Krakow is by far the most popular city to visit in Poland, but this charming historic spot isn’t the only place to explore in this country.

Capital Warsaw, and the cities and towns of Wrocław, Poznań and Gdańsk are also prized destinations far away from the usual tourism crowds.

Visit in winter and you can expect cold weather and snow showers, but visit in the summer and beautiful sky days are perfect for sightseeing.

All these places to visit in Poland also offer fab day trips, which means 2-3 nights in each spot is well worth it. 

From important historical sites such as Auschwitz-Birkenau Memorial and Museum to cultural treasures such as the Wieliczka Salt Mine, there’s a huge amount to explore in this country – one which is often underrated!

So if you’re travelling in Eastern Europe, don’t discount Poland, instead check out these posts I’ve written about my fab time in this country…

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