Think You Know Poland? Think Again...
This incredible destination combines history, breathtaking landscapes and urban adventures. Stunning castles and mansions, wild mountains and vast forests; bustling cities filled to the brim with culture, art, architecture, history, authentic cuisine and friendly locals.
EXPLORE POLAND ON FOOT
Poland has a rich network of hiking trails, ranging from intense climbs to gentle nature walks.
Essential Poland hikes: The Karkonoski National Park:
Hike the ridge between Mt. Szrenica and Mt. Sniezka for views of forests and mighty cliffs.
The Bialowieza National Park:
Home to the largest population of the European bison. It is one of the very few remaining places in Europe where landscapes and local wildlife can be observed and appreciated in their natural habitat.
The Tatra Mountains
create a natural border between Poland and Slovakia, and are the location of two national parks. Zakopane, a popular ski town is the area's top destination. Be bold and try something beyond the beaten path and venture out into the untamed, wild beauty of the Polish Tatra mountains.
The Bieszczady Mountains:
Mountain range in the Southeastern part of Poland, home to the Bieszczady National Park. Outstanding destination for adventure travel and outdoor activities. The best time to visit is in the fall or spring.
URBAN ADVENTURES BY BIKE
A bike rental is the perfect way to discover and explore Poland’s bustling cities at your own pace. As a bicyclist, you can see the many different sides of a city, from its trendy neighborhoods to its historic castles and palaces, worldclass parks and much more. From the beginning of April to the end of November, city bikes are available on a 24/7 basis.
BEAUTIFUL COASTLINE AND PRISTINE LAKES
Summer is the perfect time to explore the coastline along the Baltic Sea. Whether travelers are looking for a flashy, glamorous beach destination or a quiet, secluded spot, Poland's Baltic Coast has it all. Best of all, the expense of staying at a beachfront resort in Poland is far less than for many comparable destinations worldwide. Poland's lake district has thousands of lakes and an equal number of ways to pass the time. Summer is the best season to take advantage of all that the lake region has to offer, from sailing, water-skiing, windsurfing and canoeing to more relaxing pastimes like fishing and birdwatching. Experience the Poland you never hear about, a country that will welcome you kindly and send you home refreshed and relaxed!