10 best places to visit in Poland

10 best places to visit in Poland
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Poland is a really beautiful country. The more we travel, the more we appreciate the land where we were born. We travel a lot through Poland. We chose 10 places to visit in Poland which is the best in our subjective opinion. Take a look and enjoy your trip to Poland!

1. Bieszczady Mountains – visit in Poland

Bieszczady is the most beautiful and unspoiled mountains that we have ever been to.

It’s very popular to hitchhiking here. If you want to go somewhere, just catch a car. It’s safe and very common.

Bieszczady Mountains are quite low and easy to walk. The highest peak, Tarnica, is only 1346 meters.

Nevertheless, the views are breathtaking! We love Bieszczady and we go there every time we want to relax :).

2.  Baltic Sea – Poland beautiful places

It’s really cold but beautiful. Even in summer, it’s difficult to swim in the Baltic Sea. The water is cold and the wind is strong.

Despite this, it’s worth to go to northern Poland, take a walk on the Baltic Sea beach and eat delicious, fresh fish.

We love Baltic Sea, it’s unique, intimate and great to get away from the big city.

3. Mazury

Incredible place, as uncontaminated as Bieszczady mountains. If you like sailing, Mazury as perfect for you.

It’s famous for beautiful lakes, unspoiled nature, and relaxing environment.

Many people from Warsaw sell everything and buy a small house in Mazury. This is where they feel free and happy. This is one of the most important places to visit in Poland.

4. Rynek and Kazimierz in Krakow

We are in love with Krakow and we think it’s the most beautiful city in Poland. This is where we met, where we got engaged and made a decision to start travelling.

Cracow is an amazing city not only for us. Almost every tourist that came here, wants to come back as soon as possible 🙂

More about Cracow you can read here.

5. Castle in Łańcut

Too bad that still, not many people know about the castle in Lancut.

It’s only 2 hours driving from Cracow and it’s absolutely breathtaking. Castle in Lancut is one of the most beautiful in Europe. Both from inside and outside.

If you want to know more about Lancut, click.

6. Warsaw Uprising Museum in Warsaw

Horrible but important place. It’s only for people with strong nerves.

You’ll see there how people fight during World War II. We’ll never forget pictures of pregnant women with ripped stomachs and people tortured and murdered by UPA (Ukrainian Insurgent Army).

Few people know this, but during World War II Ukrainian were crueler than Russian And German. What they did to Poles living close to the border is just terrifying…

And this is what you see in Muzeum Powstania Warszawskiego. Do not go there if you’re too sensitive.

7. Roztocze in Lubelskie province

Amazing! Roztocze is famous for beautiful forests and fresh, unpolluted air.

Roztoczanski Park Narodowy is great for walking, riding a bike and relaxing. It’s a very popular summer destination for families with children.

If you go to Roztocze, don’t forget to visit Zamosc. It’s UNESCO World Heritage Site, famous for unique renaissance Old Town.

8. Puszcza Białowieska

Another Unesco World Heritage site. Puszcza Bialowieska is home for very rare Bison. They have endangered species and the heaviest land animals in Europe.

Bialowieza Forest is one of the poorest and sparsely populated regions in Poland. Thanks to this, local nature is uncontaminated, pure and wild.

It’s one of the most beautiful places in Poland but still unknown to foreigners. We think that’s the best place to visit in Poland.

9. Old town in Wroclaw

In our opinion, Wroclaw is as beautiful as Cracow. The old town is really amazing and unforgettable.

Old tenement houses, block paving, and narrow streets are something that we love!

Wroclaw is famous for Raclawice Panorama, a huge cycloramic painting of Battle of Raclawice. It’s really impressive and unique in a global scale.

10. Mineral pools in Solec Zdroj

Solec Zdroj is one of the best spas in the world and definitely, a place to must visit in Poland.

It has extremely precious sulfur water which can cure many diseases, including metabolism, neurotic and skin diseases.

More about Solec Zdroj you can read here.

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  2. Enjoyed your blog. We three adults (including fluent German speaker) will be in Krakov and SW Poland for about 2 weeks in June ’19. Time in Krakov will be with Smithsonian Tour but rest will be free plus a week in the Czech lands. Any suggestions for beautiful but not heavily visited places in SW Poland. We are history buffs and especially enjoy medieval sites.

    Thank you.

    • Hi Gayle. Congrats on making a great decision to travel to Poland! You won’t regret it. There are many amazing places to visit in South Western Poland. Top of them are Wrocław, Czocha Castle (Polish Harry Potter castle) and skull chapel in Czermna.
      If you like hiking, visit Sudety mountains. Go to Energylandia for some adventure.
      Consider visiting South Eastern Poland as well, especially Lancut castle and Bieszczady mountains. The highest peak of Bieszczady is located right between Poland, Slovakia and Ukraine. It’s a pretty awesome place.

      Check out this post for more inspiration: https://karolinapatryk.com/jaw-dropping-places-in-poland-visit/


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