With vast landscapes, lakes, water ways and woods, Poland serves as the perfect place for the adventurous tourist.
The magnetism of Poland lies in its medieval hot spots such as Krakow, Gdansk
; but away from the cities, the intrigue and attraction is amplified by its dense woods, lakes and rivers.
With over a thousand years of intricate history, monuments and museums are dedicated to its battles and the scars of the wars can still be witnessed everywhere today. Beyond the sombre and solemn Holocaust
memorials, synagogues have been over the years been restored.
Away from the cities, most of Poland has been left untouched. Large areas of the country lie flat while most of the southern border is low-lying with inviting and impressive mountains. Hiking paths are available across the country, taking you on a journey through clumps of forests, broad rivers and mountains.
Most of the northeast is covered with lakes and waterways drawing adrenaline junkies to the sport of kayaking and canoeing. Alternatively, if you prefer the coastline, visit the sandy and picturesque beaches at the Baltic Sea.
Experience Polish culture and get ready yourself for a most memorable trip to Poland.