Do you miss traveling and idyllic landscapes? Wander through the woods, breathe the fresh air, stay away from the troubles of modern society. You can do all these things in Poland.??

We’d like to share an amazing short film shot by Ania and Marcin Nowakowie from the Silesia area, who captured the stunning sights of Poland! They have visited 50 countries, however, they always try to spend at least one-third of their time on making travel activities in Poland and there is always something new to discover. Just take a look at their film and follow their lead, you will marvel at the beauty and variety of Polish landscapes!?


If you want to learn more about fascinating attractions in Poland, be sure to check out our website to get inspiration for your future travels!?

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Although the largest Castle of the Teutonic Knights is the most famous one in Malbork, the Gniew Castle is the best-preserved Teutonic castle. This immense fortress was erected at the turn of the 13th century and is the mightiest stronghold of the Teutonic Order on the left bank of the Vistula River. It was initially the seat of the Teutonic commanders, but in 1464 it came under Polish rule and served as the Governor’s residence. Over the centuries, the castle was expanded and rebuilt many times, especially in the 19th century when it was turned into a prison and a granary. Despite the build­ing was de­stroyed by a fire in 1921, the 2-meter-thick walls and the major structural survived, and it was later restored.

Today the castle is open to the public and visitors can explore halls, chapels, and ancient torture chambers to experience the medieval times of knights and kings. Moreover, numerous battleground stagings, knightly tour­na­ments and his­tor­i­cal per­for­mances are or­ga­nized at the cas­tle, making it a hotspot for showcasing medieval culture in Poland.

If you want to visit some of the best-preserved medieval castles in Poland, don’t miss out on the Gniew Castle!?


We find an adorable heart-shaped forest grove for you❤️! The cute cluster of trees is located in the village of Skarszyn about 20 km north-east of Wrocław, aptly described as the ‘Love Grove’. According to local people, the grove was not formed by people who managed to intentionally change its shape into a heart, for on the map in 1933 it looks more like a 3-point star than a heart. However, you’ll find it was the shape of a heart on the map in 1984.

Since photographer Krzeszowski showed many stunning photos of the ‘Love Grove’, today it has become a hotspot for photographers, tourists and romantics. If you want to take a look at this lovely heart-shaped forest grove, just take your camera away from the bustling city and travel to the picturesque polish village to gets some great shots.? ?

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Poland is one of the best destinations for a summer holiday, with a combination of historical cities and individual nature spectacles. If you want to go on a sunny beach holiday and to feel the vibrancy and pulse of the city, the Tri-City in northern Poland would be your best choice.

Tri-City is composed of three neighboring cities along the Baltic Sea coast, Gdańsk, Gdynia and Sopot. Each city has its own charming and beautiful white beaches for great relaxation in a sea breeze on hot sunny days. Of course, there’s more to Tri-City than just sunbaked sand and clear water.

At the forefront of the Tri-City, Gdańsk is a colorful port city with over 1000 years of history and many interesting monuments, including the Fountain of Neptune, the largest port crane in Europe, and one of the three largest brick churches in the world. Walking along the Royal Route in Gdansk, from the Golden Gate at the western end to the magnificent Green Gate at the eastern, the colorful frescos on the burgher houses and townhouses will keep your eyes darting about.

Located just north of Gdańsk, Sopot is known for its longest pier in Europe. Visitors can take a romantic walk along the longest wooden pier(Molo), extending into the Baltic sea to a length of over 511 meters. Or unwind on the white sand beach which stretches for 4.5 kilometers from the southern to the northern boundaries of the city, making it one of the most popular attractions during the summer.

Sitting at the northern end of the Tri-City, Gdynia is a relatively young city filled with sunshine and the sound of seagulls and waves. Main attractions include two historic museum ships and the Gdynia Aquarium.

If you haven‘t been to Tri-city, you are welcome to join our ? 3days Tri-city Break ?to enjoy the charm of the most popular seaside destinations in Poland.?

You may have seen a lot of beautiful photos of Polish landscapes, but Karol Nienartowicz, ​a mountain photographer from Poland, offers an opportunity to see the incredible beauty of the country through his eyes in a professional perspective! Karol has traveled to over 45 countries and four continents to take incredible images of landscapes. When he focus the camera on Poland, the results are amazing. He captured Poland’s most spectacular aspects, from its legendary castles and medieval towns to its snow-capped mountains, picturesque valleys and grassy meadows. You wil be blown away by a series of his breathtaking photos captured in Poland.?

?Check out Karol’s website to see his best photos of the Polish landscape!

? If you want to discover the beauty of Poland with your own eyes and explore your own story, just check out our website to plan your next trip!?


☁️?‍♀️☁️If you want to experience walking through the clouds, be sure to visit the spa town of Świeradów-Zdrój where there is an 850 meters long Sky Walk footbridge that will take you to a height of 62 meters above the ground! From the top, you’ll see sweeping views across this romantic town and the natural beauty of the border area. Moreover, you can step out onto a glass platform or rest on a drop-shaped net to experience an adrenaline rush. After the sunset, it’s also a perfect spot to enjoy the starry night and immerse yourself in the tender feelings of night.

In addition to the charming views of the footbridge’s surroundings, the town itself offers many beautiful attractions. Situated in the Sudety Mountains, Świeradów-Zdrój is a popular spa town in south-western Poland near the border with the Czech Republic famous for its healing mineral waters, a pleasant climate and beautiful scenery.

In the heart of Swieradow-Zdroj, there is a majestic historic Spa House where you can taste the mineral waters. It features a 46-meter-high clock tower and an elegant 80-meter-long larch walking hall made completely out of wood, which is the superb craftsmanship that does not exist anymore. The beautiful and distinctive buildings were built in the 18th and mid-19th centuries and well preserved, it’s really worth a visit even today.

Apart from being a top health resort in Poland, Świeradów-Zdrój is a tourist and holiday center that offers beautiful natural surroundings that attract visitors who prefer to explore its natural beauty on foot or two wheels. In the winter, Swieradow-Zdroj is also known for its excellent skiing locations where there are two prepared toboggan runs, six ski-lifts as well as the year-round gondola to the top of Stog Izerski. ⛷️?


?Happy International Museum Day! Museums are not only a fountain of knowledge to learn about the past, but they’re also ideal places for those who are curious about the country they are visiting or just want to enjoy art and culture. Do you know that Poland boasts about 1000 museums across the country? And all of them are unique and help you to unearth their individual fascinating histories of the area. Moreover, you can also find a museum that tells the story of the beginnings of the Polish state.

Located in the oldest part of Poznań where the Warta and the Cybina rivers cross, Porta Posnania ICHOT is a world-class multimedia museum that is composed of a modernist main building and the Cathedral Sluice, which are connected by a footbridge. It shows the history of Cathedral Island where Poland’s first historic ruler, Mieszko I, built his biggest stronghold. Visitors can also learn about the history of the origins of the Piast Dynasty, which is the first historical ruling dynasty of Poland. After visiting the museum, you can go and start your exploration of the island and get an up-close look at its historic monuments along the Royal-Imperial Route. Don’t miss out on this multimedia museum next time you visit Poznań! ?

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Many Poles went out to dine outside to celebrate the reopening of restaurants, bars and pubs last weekend.?Although indoor dining will not be allowed to reopen until May 29, increasingly people are attracted by mouth-watering food and fresh air. What’s the magic of Polish cuisine? 

Poland is not only famous for its multicultural traditions and distinctive historical monuments, but also for its different kinds of food. Just as diverse as polish culture is affected by its neighbors, Polish cuisine has integrated elements from other countries as well, making it varied, interesting and often surprising. You can learn about some of the classical polish cuisines by taking a look at the list of BEST FOODS TO TRY IN POLAND compiled by CNN, which includes 15 popular dishes that are not only good tasting but also help improve our mood, and you can find them practically in any restaurants in Poland. Of course, the best way to sample Polish food is to visit the country and try its many local restaurants. ? 

1. Zurek, a fermented soup made with sour rye flour.

2. Flaki, a beef tripe soup.

3. Bigos, a Polish stew made from sauerkraut, meat and a variety of vegetables.

4. Pierogi, a polish dumplings.

5. Czernina, a soup made from duck blood 

6. Tatar, a Polish appetizer made of minced meat mixed with onions and egg yolk.

7. Kotlet schabowy, a breadcrumbs-coated cutlet made from pork.

8. Silesian kluski, a cooked potato dumplings with a hole in the middle.

9. Kaszanka, a sausage containing pig’s blood, pork offal and buckwheat.

10. Racuchy, a Polish sweet treat that looked just like pancakes.

11. Placki ziemniaczane, a polish potato pancake.

12. St. Martin’s croissant, a horseshoe-shaped croissant with white poppy seed.

13. Torun’s gingerbread

14. Makowiec, a roll of sweet yeast bread with a filling of poppy seed.

15. Oscypek, a smoked cheese made of salted sheep’s milk in Poland’s Tatra Mountains.  

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Poland is well known for its historical cities like Krakow, Warsaw, Gdansk and Wroclaw. But there is more to the country than just historical monuments and cultural heritage. There are 23 National Parks across the country that have stunning scenery and amazing wildlife undisturbed. All the parks are scenic getaways with diverse landscapes that are perfect for all nature lovers, outdoor enthusiasts and those who want to explore the natural beauty of Poland. And some of those natural treasures are unique that you can’t find anywhere else. Let’s just have a look at these natural wonders in Poland! ?

Crooked Forest

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In north-western Poland, close to the German border, there’s a grove of 400 oddly-shaped pine trees that were planted in the village located 40 km south of Szczecin. Each pine tree bends sharply and kind of looks like shepherd’s crooks, all pointing in the same direction — north. The strange shape of the grove earned it the title of “The Crooked Forest” and became one of the nine most amazing forests in the world (according to Daily Mail). Visitors from all over the world come to admire this magical scenery and immerse themself in nature. So far, there is no definitive answer that can explain this phenomenon.

Moving sand dunes

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The moving sand dunes lie between Lake Łebsko and the Baltic Sea and are well known for being one of the largest of their kind in Europe. It’s probably the biggest attraction of Słowiński National Park. Sand deposited by the sea first settles on the beach and then, propelled by winds, shifts to the Łebska Spit, creating a stunning desert landscape with dunes 30-40 meters high. Climbing up the Rowokół hill, the highest peak of the park, you can take in the sweeping views from the watchtower.

Morskie Oko lake

morskie oko lake

Morskie Oko lake, which means “Eye of the Sea” in English, is the largest lake in the Tatra Mountains that can be found in the scenic Tatra National Park. Gaze into Lake Morskie Oko and admire the reflection of the highest polish peak (Rysy, reaching 2,503 m) on the surface. This blue-green alpine lake is truly a wonder of nature, which is formed during the sculpting processes of the last ice age, in which you can easily find trout through the clear water.

Błędów desert

Błędów desert

Dubbed the Polish Sahara, the Błędów Desert is an improbable area of shifting sands that spreads over 32 square kilometers on the Silesian Highlands in the Lesser Poland Voivodeship. Błędów Desert is the biggest desert in Central Europe that was deposited thousands of years ago by a melting glacier. Although it’s viewed as a marvel of nature, the Błędów Desert was rather a result of human activity.

Masurian Lakes District

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Known as “The land of a thousand lakes”, Masuria is a picturesque region located in northeast Poland. With more than 2,000 lakes surrounded by lush forests and unspoiled countryside, this region is a paradise for sailing enthusiasts as well as water sports enthusiasts. Its natural beauty, clean air, and silence captivated all who visit here. If you are fed up with being at home and eager to immerse yourself in nature with clear water and fresh air, then Masuria is the best spot for you.

Hercules’ Club

Hercules' Club

Hercules’ Club is a 25 meters tall limestone column situated in Ojców National Park near southern Poland. Abundant in uniquely shaped and eerie rock formations, numerous caves, picturesque castles and strongholds, the area has been enchanting its by-chance visitors for ages.

Paradise Cave

Paradise Cave is a horizontal limestone cave in Poland located in the hill Malik, to the south of Kielce, Świętokrzyskie. The cave has a length of 240 m and a vertical range of 9.5 m; however, only 180 m and 2 entrances are open to visitors. Its corridors lead through five chambers ornamented with stalactites, stalagmites and columns of rock created over thousands of years. Only fifteen people are admitted to enter the cave every fifteen minutes and only under a guide’s protection.

? Happy 50th anniversary to Katowice’s Spodek ‘flying saucer’! The Spodek Arena in Katowice is the most unique building in the city that looked like a UFO from a distance.? It’s a multipurpose sport and show arena and used to be the largest indoor venue of its kind in Poland with a capacity of 11,500. Today, it more like the symbol of the city that impresses people with its very creative design.

Of course, there’s more to Katowice than just the Spodek, visitors will marvel at plenty of industrial heritage here. For centuries, the city has been an industrial center, making it an intriguing modern destination for those looking to see more of Poland. One of the highlights is the Industrial Monuments Route in Nikiszowiec district, which is a historical settlement that was all made of red brick and was only housing for mining families. This settlement consists of 9 buildings representing Silesian “familiok” architecture, each one has a square or triangle form with the level of floors limited to three, surrounding large inside courtyards. It is one of Poland’s official national Historic Monuments and has the potential to be a UNESCO World Heritage site.

Katowice is also one of the most interesting musical cities in the world. It is home to the Polish National Radio Symphony Orchestra and is also the place holding the biggest indoor blues festival in the world, Rawa Blues Festival. With its musical soul of the city, Katowice was named a UNESCO City of Music as part of the UNESCO Creative Cities initiative in 2015.

Just about an hour west of Krakow, the Katowice can be a nice weekend getaway for you to explore a different side of Poland.?