POLAND Destination Guide and Tours
Arguably one of Europe’s best kept secrets, Poland offers miles and miles of sandy white beaches, picturesque hills and primeval forests. Delve into its storybook cities and historic attractions as you learn more about its fascinating culture.
In Kraków walk around the beautiful town square, Rynek Główny and see the famous Sukiennice Cloth Hall and St. Mary's Basilica. Experience a powerful and moving visit to Auschwitz with a Local Expert and see the Auschwitz memorial and museum. Explore the outstanding UNESCO World Heritage Site of Toruń, founded by the Teutonic Knights in 1233.
With Insight Vacations gain access to exclusive experiences: • Meet a resident of Poznań who will share insights into local life on a walk through the Old Town.
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Warsaw & The Baltic States
Set out from Warsaw to explore the Baltic States, including the capitals Tallinn, Riga and Vilnius. Discover stylish, vibrant cafe societies with fascinating history.
Christmas Markets of Poland, Prague & Germany
These stunning cities of the east reveal their medieval charm, among the sparkle of twinkling lights and the magic of Christmas.
Highlights of Poland
Poland today is probably Europe's best kept secret. Appreciate the wealth of medieval fairy-tale cities and scenic wonders on this enthralling journey, and enjoy the warm-hearted hospitality of the Polish people themselves.
Northern Capitals & Russia
An all-embracing journey of Scandinavia, the Baltic, Russia, Lithuania and Poland, showcasing Baroque splendour, fine design and historic conflicts and resolutions.
Highlights of Eastern Europe
Delve behind the former ‘Iron Curtain’ to explore these stunning cities of the east. Flourishes from the Austro-Hungarian Empire and a mélange of medieval charm are juxtaposed against more sombre reminders of WWII.
When to go: For the warmest temperatures head to Poland between June and August. Winters are chilly so make sure you wrap up warm if you’re heading there December-February.
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DEC - FEB
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