Despite the destruction wrought by World War II, this spirited nation has preserved much of its cultural wealth. Today, Poland boasts 14 UNESCO World Heritage sites. A visit here is enlightening, exposing you to unfamiliar names and places and personalities. Piast the Wheelwright, for instance, Poland’s first ruler. Malbork, the world’s largest castle. Did you know that Poland has one of only five sand deserts in Europe? Or the oldest salt mine in the world (filled with statues, three chapels, and an entire cathedral all carved out of rock salt by the miners)?
Below is a mere sampling of travel ideas to get you started. Have a look, then contact us here, or call us at 800-585-8555, and let’s chat.
Narrow Your Search
Europe (Germany, Poland)
Season: January, February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November, December
Type: Custom Journeys
Poland: an inspiration, ancient cities, a burgeoning economy, a marvelous mix of old and new. Begin in Warsaw, a city that continues to reinvent itself. Then Zelazowa Wola, birthplace of Chopin. To Czestochowa, Auschwitz-Birkenau, the salt mines i...View Journey »
Call us to start planning
(M-F 9-5 CST)