Welcome to Poland
Diverse cities, rich history, 23 national parks, unique cuisine and unforgettable scenery, Poland is a year-round destination with experiences that leave an impression to last a lifetime.
Looking for a city break? The iconic Krakow, Poland’s cultural capital, is brimming with urban adventure from its UNESCO-listed historic centre to the ultra-cool Kazimierz district. Head deep underground into the subterranean labyrinth that is the Wieliczka Salt Mine before relaxing in one of Krakow’s 18 ‘pocket parks’, providing some tranquil greenery amongst the bustling city.
Fancy a change of pace? Poznan is the perfect place for you. Greater Poland’s capital is a 1,000-year-old city boasting one of Europe’s most spectacular town halls, in addition to the delicious St. Martin croissants (only made in this Polish region) and Cathedral Island, home to the country’s oldest cathedral.
On the hunt for nature and outdoor adventure? Just beyond Krakow’s city limits lay a wealth of beautiful scenery within the Malopolska province. The Tatra, Beskidy and Pieniny Mountains are all ready and waiting to be explored, from skiing and hiking to cycling, this region is the heart of Poland’s outdoor adventure.
Best way to get here? LOT Polish Airlines are one of the 12 longest existing airlines in the world. They have been connecting Poland with the world for over 91 years and offer direct flights from London to Warsaw weekly.