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Poland Travel Expert

Poland is often overlooked by tourists looking for a new vacation destination.

Poland has so much to offer with its great history, delicious food, and beautiful landscapes.

Plan Your Perfect Trip With Poland Travel Expert

Combined with our first-hand knowledge of all things Poland, we have a network of Polish connections stretching from Bielsko-Biała in the south to Gdańsk in the north. Our team at Poland Travel Expert can find, source and arrange anything you need in Poland. Explore Kraków the old capital of Poland in the South. Churches, Salt Mines, and day trips to Auschwitz.

The thriving metropolis Warsaw is now the capital of Poland. Destroyed in WW2 and today embracing its history, culture and a newfound lease on life. Gdańsk is on the Baltic Coast. A popular destination for beachgoers. Gdańsk is the centre of the world’s amber trade. Poznan is the 5th largest city in Poland. Poznan old town square and the streets leading off feature many attractions. Zakopane is the outdoor capital of Poland. Skiing, Snowboarding in Winter, Hiking, Mountain Biking in summer. Visit Poland now!

New articles from Poland Travel Expert

  • 10 best cities in Poland to visit
    Poland may not be on top of many people’s bucket lists as a top European destination but it should be. The best cities in Poland to visit stretch from the Tatra Mountains in the south to the waters of the Baltic Sea in the north. From a country that suffered deeply in WW2 to a … Read more
  • An easy Warsaw 1 day itinerary
    Warsaw, Poland is one of the oldest and most historic cities in Europe. It was also one of the most bombed during World War II. However, it has since rebuilt itself into a beautiful city with a rich history and an important centre of culture and politics. Many people plan a trip to Warsaw for … Read more
  • The best day tours from Krakow to Auschwitz
    The city of Krakow is well known for its rich history and architecture. Its stunning market Square is used in many an Instagram picture for the perfect European backdrop scene. But around an hour away west of Krakow is Auschwitz, one of the most famous WW2 sites in Poland and possibly the world. In 1940, … Read more
  • The best Warsaw to Auschwitz day trips
    The city of Warsaw is well known for its rich history and architecture, but Auschwitz is the most famous WW2 site in Poland. In 1940, the Nazis took over the town and established Auschwitz as one of the largest concentration camps in Europe. Approximately 1 million people were killed at Auschwitz, including more than 1,000 … Read more
  • 5 unbelievable Lublin legends
    There’s a lot of history, often weird and dark, surrounding the capital of the Lubelszczyzna voivodship, Lublin. Still quite underappreciated touristically, this region is home to many magical tales and legends, some of them causing laughter but more often sending chills down the spine. Lublin Legends are guaranteed to delight, inspire and terrify all in … Read more
  • The unforgettable Ksiaz Castle
    There are many great castles in Poland waiting to be explored. Many have a chequered past, stories of legend, family tragedy, conquered and then left to the elements only then to be rediscovered, reimagined and restored. Ksiaz Castle is no different with its unique history and links to the Nazis in World War 2. Today Zamek Książ … Read more