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Particularly during the twentieth century, Poland has had more than its fair share of conflict. But there’s a new, vibrant Poland being discovered by more visitors each year offering plenty to see and do. See medieval centers, ultra-modern museums, majestic castles and some truly spectacular scenery here. After a century where Poland gained her national independence and then lost it again, twice, historic cities such as Warsaw, Krakow, Wroclaw and Gdansk have become essential travel destinations, representative of a country that is looking to the future.

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Gdansk

Gdansk

Poland’s largest port, Gdansk is situated on the Baltic coast at the mouth of the Motlawa River. The city has been switching from German to Polish allegiance since the Middle Ages and was even an independent state (known by its German title, Danzig) before WWII. Many...

Krakow

Krakow

Krakow boasts Gothic, Renaissance and modern gems in its history-permeated squares. Poland’s most visited city boasts its own brand of the country’s distinct history, from the majestic hill-top Wawel Castle to the famous Schindler factory. Now, the buzzing streets...

Poznan

Poznan

Embracing the banks of the Warta River, Poznan is one of Poland’s largest and most vibrant cities. It’s also one of the oldest, with a beautiful Old Town area, a plethora of museums and a patchwork of architectural gems. From its two castles and the Renaissance Town...

Warsaw

Warsaw

Poland’s largest city is quickly becoming a major center of culture in Europe. Warsaw has seen itself completely transformed over the last few decades, and boasts a UNESCO-listed Old Town area offering winding cobbled streets, charming pastel hued buildings, an...

Wroclaw

Wroclaw

Nestled at the heart of Poland’s historic Silesia region, the bohemian city of Wrocław embraces the banks of the Oder River and is an interesting, alternative destination for your next city break. Wrocław is a city to be explored at leisure, from the Gothic,...

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