Discover this elegant gem of a city, with gorgeous architecture unspoilt by tourist hordes.
Explore Poland’s Jewish heritage in the ancient synagogues and winding alleyways of this now hip neighbourhood.
Relax on the vast stretch of white sand near this lively summertime resort.
Live it up among the glass skyscrapers and abandoned factories of the country’s dynamic capital.
Hike among jagged alpine peaks, swim in crystal-clear lakes and enjoy the unique mountain culture.
The most notorious extermination camp of them all – few leave unchanged by the experience.
Hugely popular in summer, head to the east of the region for true beauty and solitude.
Feel reinvigorated by the work-hard-play-hard bustle of this down-to-earth mercantile city.
Birthplace of Copernicus and famous for gingerbread, Toruń is a medieval university town with easy-going charm.
A man-made marvel, featuring fabulously decorated subterranean galleries carved from rock salt.
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