The Most Beautiful Places in Poland. Must See in Poland
From 3100 EUR
Auschwitz Birkenau, Bialowieza, Kalwaria Zebrzydowska, Krakow, Krzemionki, Malbork, Muskauer Park, Swidnica, Tarnowskie Gory, Torun, Wroclaw, Zamosc.
From 335 EUR
The Białowieza National Park is the last fragment of the original forest of Europe that has survived to our times. The symbol of the park is the European bison living here in the wild.
From 180 EUR
Kazimierz Dolny is the pearl of Polish Renaissance. Next to the large number of historic buildings and places , we have close contact with nature (Vistula slow flowing in the bends or unusual loess gorges).
From 470 EUR
See all the most important places: Krakow with Salt Mine in Wieliczka and Auschwitz in a nutshell. This is what other takes from 2 to 3 days – you will explore it in several hours.
From 365 EUR
A visit to dazzling Kraków and fairy Wieliczka Salt Mine (the first traces of salt production date back 5000 years). At the beginning we will get directly to the mine, to after visiting the underworld kingdom get to the center of the Old Town.
From 330 EUR
A visit in the magical Kraków, where, according to a legend, is one of the seven miraculous stones (chakra) thrown by the Hindu god Shiva (the others are in New Delhi, Mecca, Delphi, Jerusalem, Rome, and Velehrad).
From 375 EUR
Malbork (Ger. Marienburg) – the largest surviving Gothic fortress in the world. Built from the thirteenth century by the Teutonic Order is currently on the UNESCO heritage list.
From 135 EUR
Front of us is the one most beautiful landscapes of the eighteenth century Poland. Idyllic and noble. Breathtaking views are waiting for us in the Arkadia-Nieborow Park. One of the most beautiful 18th century aristocratic gardens.
From 300 EUR
Torun – the city of Copernicus, Gothic buildings and gingerbread. In the area of the Old Town with an area of approximately 19 hectares – The Old Town in Warsaw is only 10 hectares – there are over 190 monuments.