visiting Poland

Why You should visit Poland?

Visiting Poland has become very popular among tourists from Western Europe and the USA. What can you expect when you come to Poland? What are the main arguments for visiting Poland? I invite you to read the article in which I will describe Poland in general.

visiting poland

Poland is a beautiful country that has something to offer everyone. From stunning natural scenery to rich historical and cultural heritage, Poland is a great place to visit for a relaxing holiday or an exciting adventure. Here are just a few of the reasons why Poland should be on your travel list:

  • Poland’s countryside is dotted with picturesque lakes, forests and mountains, perfect for enjoying the great outdoors.

  • The country’s cities are full of fascinating architectural landmarks and museums, where you can learn about Poland’s turbulent history.

  • Poland is also home to some of the best food and drink in Europe, including delicious traditional dishes and world-famous Polish vodka.

tourists in poland

Poland is a country with a rich history and culture, and it is a popular destination for tourists from all over the world. If you are planning a trip to Poland, there are a few things you should know before you go. First, is Poland safe? Yes, Poland is generally a safe country to visit, but like any other country, it is always important to be aware of your surroundings and take precautions against crime. Second, what is the best time to visit Poland? The answer to this question depends on what you are looking for in your trip. If you want to experience the country’s vibrant nightlife and see the sights of its cities, then the best time to visit is during the summer months.

However, if you are looking for a more relaxed vacation where you can enjoy the countryside and smaller towns, then autumn or spring may be better choices. Third, what should you pack for your trip to Poland? Again, this will depend on the season and the activities you have planned. In general, though, you should pack comfortable clothes and shoes, as well as rain gear if you are visiting during the rainy season. With these tips in mind, you’ll be sure to have a wonderful time on your trip to Poland.

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Poland is one of european countries with a rich history and culture. While it is safe to travel here, there are a few things that visitors should be aware of before they go. For example, is Poland is quite cold in the winter, so pack accordingly. It is also important to be aware of the currency before you arrive. Poland uses the złoty, which is not convertible with other currencies. ATMs are widely available, but it is always a good idea to have some cash on hand in case you need it. When it comes to tipping, 10-15% is standard in restaurants. In terms of language, Polish is the official language, but English is widely spoken throughout the country. With these tips in mind, you will be sure to have a wonderful time exploring everything that Poland has to offer.

For many people, Poland is an unforeseen destination. It does not often top the list of places to travel, but it should. This country has a lot to offer visitors, from its stunning architecture and rich history to its delicious food and hospitable people. Here are just a few reasons why Poland is worth a visit. First of all, Poland is home to some of the most beautiful cities in Europe. Krakow, Warsaw, and Gdansk are all must-sees, with their grand squares, cobbled streets, and Gothic churches. Secondly, Polish food is hearty and filling without being heavy. Think of dishes like pierogi (dumplings), bigos (stew), and placki ziemniaczane (potato pancakes). Yum! Finally, the Polish people are incredibly welcoming and always willing to help visitors find their way or recommend a good restaurant. So if you’re looking for an underrated European destination with plenty to offer, be sure to put Poland on your list.

Which cities in Poland are worth visiting?

Poland is full of vibrant cities and charming towns, each offering their own unique experiences. From the country’s capital Warsaw to coastal Gdansk – one of three metropolitan areas in Poland known as 'Tri-Cities’ along with Sopot and Gdynia – visitors can expect modern amenities alongside historic architecture like old town squares. Additionally, Wroclove (otherwise known as Wrodclaw), Poznan Bygoszcz ,Szecin are just some other notable locations that attract travelers all year long for events such fun summer concerts featuring international stars! Finally smaller spots away from it all offer traditional Polish hospitality at its finest – you’ll never be short on choices considering how much there is see throughout this beautiful land!

What natural values does Poland offer?

Poland lies between the Baltic Sea and the beautiful mountains of the Tatras and the Karkonosze Mountains. In Poland, we have 23 national parks that are located in different parts of the country and have very different natural values.

Polish nature is also wonderful outside the national parks, you will find here huge forests, clean rivers and lakes and much more. In separate entries, I will describe the Baltic Sea, Polish mountains, and other natural assets.

When is the best time to visit Poland

Poland is great especially in summer, but it also has many advantages in winter. In summer, many interesting cultural events take place here and sightseeing is much more enjoyable, but in winter you can experience traditional Polish Christmas or enjoy winter attractions in the mountains.

So whether you’re looking for relaxation or excitement, make sure you add Poland to your travel plans!

What about polish history?

Poland has a very rich history, but also a very difficult one. Poland participated in both world wars. After the end of the Second World War, Poland was not a free state but a communist state. It was only after the fall of communism in 1989 that Poland became a truly free country and began to develop economically. On this blog we will describe the history of Poland in detail.

A few common questions about visiting Poland

  1. What is worth visiting and seeing in Poland?

    If you come to Poland you should visit at least two major cities, we especially recommend: Warsaw, Gdansk, Krakow, Wroclaw, Poznan, Lodz. It is also a good idea to visit some smaller towns or villages.

    We also recommend visiting national parks, and such regions as the sea or the Polish mountains. There are over a dozen UNESCO World Heritage sites in Poland.

  2. What is the currency in Poland?

    The currency used in Poland is the Polish zloty (PLN). You can easily exchange your currency in banks, hotels, and currency exchange offices. Polish zloty comes in denominations of 1, 2, 5, 10, 20, 50, 100, 200 and 500 zloty notes as well as 1, 2 and 5 groszy coins (1 groszy = 0.01 zlotys). ATMs are widespread throughout the country so it shouldn’t be hard for visitors to withdraw cash when needed. Credit cards are accepted at most places but it’s always worth checking before making any purchases or bookings with them just in case. In general, even in the smallest shop located in a small village, you should be able to pay by card. Poland in this area is very developed and it may be surprising, because in Croatia or Germany there are many places where you can only pay in cash.

  3. What is the best way to get around Poland?

    Poland has an extensive public transportation system, including trains, buses, and trams. The best way to get around the country is by train, as it is fast, convenient, and affordable. Taxis are also widely available, but it is always best to check the fare beforehand to avoid overpaying. The public transportation system in Poland is extensive and efficient so it’s usually easy to travel between different cities by bus or train. The national rail network covers almost all major cities while buses can be found even in smaller towns and villages throughout the country. Additionally, there are plenty of taxis available in most cities if you don’t want to use public transport but bear in mind that prices can vary significantly depending on where you are travelling from/to so make sure you ask for an estimate beforehand if possible. There are many applications in Poland, such as Uber or Bolt. In larger cities, you can easily order transport, and by using the application you know how much the trip will cost. As a rule, cars and drivers are of a high standard.

  4. Do Poles speak English?

    English is widely spoken in Poland, especially in tourist areas and among the younger generation. However, it is always a good idea to carry a translation dictionary or a phrasebook, just in case. Indeed, English is not as common (especially in small towns) as card payments, but you can communicate in English in Poland in quite a large area.

  5. What are the most popular accommodation options in Poland?

    Poland offers a variety of accommodation options, from budget hostels to luxury hotels. The most popular options are hotels, apartments and hostels. In recent years, private apartments have become very popular (especially in the largest cities), which you can book via Such apartments are very comfortable, located in the nearest city center, accommodation takes place without the participation of the owner (the keys are in the safe on the door of the apartment). You can also consider staying in a traditional country guesthouse, known as an „agritourism” for a more authentic experience.

All the above-mentioned aspects and questions will be explained in detail in the following entries. Please visit this blog regularly.
Finally, we would like to inform you that

All the above-mentioned aspects and questions will be explained in detail in the following entries. Please visit this blog regularly.
Finally, we would like to inform you that Warsaw – the capital of Poland won the vote in the European Best Destinations 2023 competition. One million travelers took part in the survey, and according to them, Warsaw was the best among 400 other destinations. More info:

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