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A journey of discovery through culture, history and untouched nature

Geography and location 

Poland, a country in the heart of Eastern Europe, fascinates with its rich history, cultural treasures and impressive landscapes. From the Baltic Sea Coast to the Tatra Mountains, the country shows off its full splendour. 

Warsaw: The resurrected capital 

Warsaw, the capital of Poland, tells a story of reconstruction and resilience. The old town, lovingly restored after the Second World War, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The Palace of Culture and modern skyscrapers show the modern face of the city. 

Krakow: Historical Gem 

Krakow, the former capital and cultural centre of Poland, impresses with its historic market square, the Cloth Hall and the impressive Wawel Castle. Poland's cultural life pulsates here. 

Auschwitz: A memorial to history 

The former Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration and extermination camp is a reminder of the atrocities of the Second World War and is an important testimony to recent European history. 

Bialowieza Primeval Forest: A window into Europe's prehistoric times 

The last and largest jungle in Europe is home to many rare animals, including the majestic European bison. A paradise for nature lovers. 

The Tatra Mountains: Poland's mountain paradise 

Zakopane, the gateway to the Tatra Mountains, is not only a mecca for skiers in winter, but also offers wonderful hiking and climbing opportunities in summer. 

Gdansk: Pearl on the Baltic Sea 

With its impressive architecture, the Langgasse and the Crane, Gdansk tells stories of trade, sea and freedom.

Polish Baltic Sea: A coastal paradise full of charm and culture 

The Polish Baltic Sea Coast, with an impressive length of around 500 kilometers, is a true paradise for beach lovers and culture travellers. The golden sandy beaches that stretch along the coast offer ideal conditions for sun worshipers and water sports enthusiasts. Places like Sopot, Gdańsk and Kołobrzeg are particularly popular and attract with their picturesque beaches and lively coastal towns. The “Trójmiasto” (three cities) - consisting of Gdańsk, Sopot and Gdynia - is a cultural centre with maritime traditions, historic old towns and a vibrant cultural scene. For nature lovers, the Slowinski National Park with its impressive shifting dunes and the Wolin National Park with its dense forests and cliffs offer unique experiences. From a culinary point of view, the Baltic Sea coast is a feast for the palate, especially thanks to the fresh fish dishes and seafood served in the numerous restaurants. Overall, the Polish Baltic Sea coast is a versatile travel destination that combines nature, culture and relaxation in perfect harmony. 

Health resorts and wellness centres: Poland's oases of relaxation 

Poland is rich in natural healing springs and has a long tradition in spa and wellness. The country's health resorts, embedded in picturesque landscapes, offer a combination of traditional healing methods and modern wellness treatments. Zakopane, located in the heart of the Tatra Mountains, is not only a popular mountain health resort, but also a centre for modern wellness treatments and outdoor activities. Szczawnica in the picturesque Pieniny Mountains and Krynica-Zdrój are known for their healing mineral springs and offer a variety of treatments for relaxation and recreation. Ciechocinek and Inowrocław are particularly known for their graduation towers and brine springs, which help with respiratory diseases. The coastal towns of Sopot and Kołobrzeg combine the best of beach holidays and wellness, with first-class spa facilities and relaxing treatments. Each of these spa resorts offer a unique experience designed to rejuvenate and heal the body and mind. It is an invitation to discover the healing powers of Poland and relax in the country's wellness centres. 

Culinary delights 

From pierogi to bigos – Polish cuisine is hearty and diverse.
A must for anyone who wants to taste the authentic culture of Poland.

Culture and tradition 

Whether it's the solemn sounds of a Chopin concerto or the lively dances of the mazurka, Poland is bursting with cultural richness and vibrant tradition. 

Recommended season 

Every season in Poland has its charm. Spring and autumn are ideal for city trips, summer for exploring the Baltic Sea coast and winter for ski tours in the Tatra Mountains. 

Poland is a country full of contrasts and undiscovered beauties. It invites you to immerse yourself in its history, culture and impressive nature and to experience unforgettable moments.

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