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As a the cultural heart of Poland, the Wawel Royal Castle complex sits proudly on top of a hill in Krakow. It’s one of the best places to visit in Krakow and we’ll show you around the glorious assortment of Renaissance, Romanesque and Gothic buildings, with centuries of tales of sackings, vandalism, occupations and restorations.
Polish food will set your taste buds singing and we’ll show you all the best dishes to try from hearty soups to their famous dumplings.
We love Poland all year round, from the golden mountains of autumn and the sunny cities of summer, to the charming snowy scenes of winter.
A day bag
Bring a day bag to keep your hands free while you spend your days exploring the best Poland tourist attractions and picking up special souvenirs.
Pack a Polish phrasebook or download some common phrases to your smartphone, to help you learn a bit of the country’s official language and connect more with locals.
We’ll be taking some long journeys through this massive country and while the scenery offers visual entertainment, a pair of headphones can be used to enjoy some local music or podcasts.
This former concentration camp is synonymous with the Holocaust. It's important to remember its dark and sorrow past with respect when walking through this piece of history.
When you indulge in Polish food at local restaurants and cafes, you’ll support local farmers and get to eat delicious regional dishes while learning about their fascinating food traditions.
Although Polish water is safe to drink, the plumbing can affect the quality and taste. Instead of drinking bottled water, bring a reusable bottle with built-in filtration for an eco-friendly option.