Welcome to Poland
Poland has something to offer for everyone.
Sip a coffee on a pavement cafe in Krakow. Walk the streets of Warsaw or enjoy the maritime atmosphere of Gdansk. Poland’s cities have so much to offer which is why they are becoming more and more popular with British tourists.
The cities are only the tip of the iceberg as Poland is blessed with mountain resorts, lakeside cottages, primeval forests, Teutonic castles and much more.
Guide to Poland’s Beaches
Top Ten Beaches in Poland
If ever you visit the north of Poland then you really must explore the stunning white sandy beaches of the Polish seaside.
Urban Beaches in Poland
If you cannot get to the Polish coastline then fear not, all is not lost. There are a number of urban beaches right in, or next to a number of Polish cities.
WEATHER IN POLAND
Guide to Poland’s Currency
Guide to Poland’s currency
Polish Price Comparisons
Poland Currency Cheatsheet
From The Blog
Read the latest news and tips about travel in Poland.
Snowlandia-Winter theme park in ZakopaneYou have probably never heard of Snowlandia. In fact, you have probably not even heard of Zakopane but for every Pole Zakopane holds a special place in their heart as this mountain resort is extremely popular both in winter and...
St Dominics Fair in GdanskEvery year in the Old Town of Gdansk the St Dominic’s Fair is held. It’s a market and cultural festival that lasts for three weeks from the end of July to the end of August. The market dates back over 756 years and in recent years seems to be...
All Souls Day in Poland (Dzien Zaduszny)If you happen to be in Poland near the end of October/beginning of November then you are likely to witness one of the most important days in the Polish calendar- Dzień Zaduszny or All Souls Day. Although it is a holy day of...