Dos famosos estaleiros do Mar Báltico, em Gdansk, aos cumes de neve das montanhas Tatra e ao centro histórico de Cracóvia, a Polónia consegue agradar a todos. A capital central, Varsóvia, pode não ser tão bonita quanto Cracóvia, mas tem o seu próprio charme com alguns dos melhores restaurantes e clubes da Polónia. Explore Vratislávia, no Rio Oder, uma zona relativamente recente nos roteiros turísticos.
See where the Solidarity Movement started in northern Gdansk and find the bullet-scarred remains of the Warsaw Uprising. Explore the southern city of Krakow with its Jewish legacy and make sure you try some authentic bagels washed down with a glass of vodka. South of Krakow is the year-long rural playground, the Tatra Mountains.
Head straight for Wawel Castle and the old Jewish quarter of Kazimierz in Krakow. Marvel at Warsaw's totally reconstructed, UNESCO-listed Old Town and its excellent Rising Museum. Hunt for amber on the Baltic Sea shores around the port city of Gdansk. Or visit Wroclaw – an engaging city with Gothic towers that is currently undergoing something of a comeback.
Travel around the country involves passing through many villages. The most beautiful are in the Tatra Mountains in the south where Zakopane lures the crowds for some serious apres ski. In summer, you can hike or fish on lakes and rivers. And the crystal clear waters and beautiful white sandy beaches at Gdansk and Sopot will pleasantly surprise you.