Often overlooked in favour of its more well-known Central Europe counterparts, Poland’s charms are vastly underrated. Exploring the Wieliczka Salt Mine, one of the world’s first UNESCO World Heritage sites, taking in nature’s majesty at the country’s impressive mountain ranges and visiting Central Europe’s only desert are just a few of the experiences Poland has to offer.
Transport back in time when you embark on a private tour, where you’ll be ferried around in antiquated vehicles as you delve deeper into Krakow’s historical streets, and enjoy an authentic 17th-century Polish dining experience accompanied by folk music played during that time period. Then, soak in the charm of Warsaw, Gdansk, Wroclaw and Zamosk’s old towns for a firsthand experience of Poland’s transformation throughout the years. A visit to Auschwitz, where the Holocaust memorials reside, will be sobering but is also essential for those interested in World War II history. Plus, Poland shares a border with seven other countries so you can easily continue your travels elsewhere!