Are you bored with the usual? Does visiting the United Kingdom, France, Italy and the United Arab Emirates seem dull? Are you tired of visiting such places which now seem really cliched? Do you want to visit someplace different? Someplace exotic?
Someplace not many people visit? A place that is safe and where the people are friendly? A place where one can experience different landscapes? A place that is most definitely instagrammable? Now where in Europe can one find out such a place? Does such a place even exist? Now are all of these questions simply irritating? Don’t worry, because this blog answers them all! We have scoured the map of Europe and have finally discovered a truly magical place to visit. Ladies and gentlemen, put your hand together for the one and only, very underrated, Poland!
Poland is a Central European nation. It has an assortment of landscapes ranging from coasts to fields to highlands to mountains. It has the most amazing countryside, farms, beautiful valleys, castle ruins and so much more. Poland is a very beautiful place for people who love nature, history and culture. This article lists some of the best places to visit at Poland.
Warsaw is the capital of Poland. It is a mix between traditional stone buildings and modern glass skyscrapers. It is home to the Royal Palace, Royal Baths Park and the historic Old Town. Visit the Jewish Ghetto and Copernicus Science Centre. Its a really great place to visit museums, as Warsaw is littered with them: Praga Museum, Chopin Museum and Warsaw Rising Museum. It is also a great place to go shopping and even more wonderful for urban photoshoots, thanks to its very colourful streets.
Or Cracow, is the former Polish capital. It is known for its amazing architecture, educational and economic significance. Places to visit include Wawel Royal Castle, St. Mary’s Basilica, the Main Square and Florian’s Gate. Don’t miss out on Kazimierz district, Polish Jews’ mainland.
Beach out in the Baltic Sea, only at Tricity. Gdańsk, Gdynia and Sopot, together make up Tricity. Check out Gdansk’s Old Town, Sopot’s Molo (the longest wooden pier in Europe) and seaport of Gdynia.
Now, if you are tired of the sunny climate and beach atmosphere, head up to Zakopane, ‘the Polish highlands’. There one can enjoy all snow-based activities including skiing.
Malbork is Poland’s medieval town. Travel back in time to the medieval times and marvel at the majesty of its towers and castles.
It is one of the oldest cities in Poland and it is home to the world-famous astronomer of the ancient times, Nicolaus Copernicus. Torun has also been rated once as one among ‘The 30 Most Beautiful Places in the World’.
Zamosc is Poland’s tribute to the Renaissance. It preserves a great deal of the 1800s till date in its architecture.
8. Kudowa Zdroj:
Kudowa Zdroj is every horror fans favourite destination because it is home to the Skull Chapel, filled with human skull and bones: a tribute by a priest to those who died in epidemics.
9. Auschwitz Concentration Camp:
Learn more about how the Polish Jews suffered at the hands of the Nazis at Auschwitz Concentration Camp.
10. Wieliczka :
Check out real salt mines at Wieliczka !. It has 9 levels that extend up to 327 m underground.
11. Białowieża Forest :
This is officially among the oldest remaining woodlands in Europe; an amazing place for nature lovers.
12. The Valley of Five Polish Ponds:
This is the ultimate hiking destination with 5 ponds surrounded by peaks and ridges, adding upt to an extraordinary scenery.