Scenic, historic and surprisingly cheap – Poland should feature on every traveller's list.
The heart of Poland is in a town’s rynek – the central market square where locals converge and travellers can take the temperature of this European gem. Beyond city limits, it’s a country blessed by Mother Nature; of forest and lakes, snow-capped peaks and rolling hills changing colour with each season. There’s a melting pot of traditional cuisines, hearty and heartfelt food that is being reinvented for a new audience. Wander through Poland’s living history: cultural Krakow, maritime mecca Gdansk and the post-war rebuilt capital of Warsaw. Every adventure here is distinct, but one thing remains the same – this under-discovered nation that’s eager to be explored.
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Poland at a glance
Warsaw (population approximately 1.75 million)
Approximately 38.5 million
(GMT+01:00) Sarajevo, Skopje, Warsaw, Zagreb
Type C (European 2-pin) Type E (French 2-pin, female earth)