Warsaw – The Majestic Capital
Warsaw is Poland’s capital and largest city. Situated in the east of the country on the banks of Vistula River, it was devastated by the horrors of World War II, but now boasts an entirely reconstructed Old Town, a thriving arts scene and a lively nightlife. A modern day home to almost two million people Warsaw truly is the “Phoenix City”. more »
'Poland' literally means 'land of fields', and although fields do indeed abound, a trip down to the most southern region of the country reveals the stunning Tatras Mountains. Adventure and active travellers rejoice! Poland has just what you have been looking for: sports, sights and food and drink well worth savouring.
Poland is famous for its castles. Please read Discover Poland's TOP 10 Polish Castles review.
Sea, sand and wonderful scenery make Western Pomerania a real hit with Polish tourists and the region is gradually growing into a holiday favourite with people across Europe. If it’s the great outdoors you’re after, Western Pomerania is certainly the place. Text by Aiden Brisland
Indulging in spa treatments… enjoying a brisk walk through forests… taking a step back in time to learn more about a bygone age… Kuiavia-Pomerania offers endless opportunities for a satisfying holiday. Text by Alicja Kosicka