City of kings. With cobbled streets, horse-pulled carriages, and stunning architecture, Krakow is the most popular Polish destination.
Polish capital will surprise you in many ways, from the UNESCO listed architecture, great traditional and fusion food to an amazing cultural offering and unmatched hospitality.
The capital of Lower Silesia, also known as the meeting place for culture, science and business. Based on the picturesque Odra River, Wroclaw is the city of historical importance.
Gdansk is a beautiful historic city with a unique cosmopolitan character. Situated on the edge of the Baltic coast, Gdansk mesmerises with strikingly un-Polish architecture.
Poznan is a city of entrepreneurs and a huge student population. Conveniently located halfway between Warsaw and Berlin, this open and dynamic city is filled with unique attractions.