Today’s article is a guest post by Amy from www.globotrav.com. She loves hiking and Old historical towns and specialises in travel in the UK and the rest of Europe.
There’s a reason why Poland is one of the top destinations for travellers from all over the world. From ancient castles to postcard-perfect landscapes, the country offers something for every type of traveller. This year, explore the best cities in Poland, from the Old World charm of Kraków and Wrocław to the bucket list destinations of Poznan and Gdańsk.
The city of Gdansk has been a major centre of maritime trade and industry for centuries. Its location at the convergence of several major rivers and on the Baltic Sea gave it an excellent trading position. The city’s long history has left behind some amazing historical buildings and sites. The city’s location at the convergence of several major rivers and on the Baltic Sea gave it an excellent trading position.
The city’s long history has left behind some amazing historical buildings and sites. It is no surprise that Gdansk is often referred to as the “Venice of the North” for its canals and old town. The city is home to a number of UNESCO World Heritage Sites, including the Gothic city centre, St. Nicholas and St. John’s churches and the Old Town and Port Sites. Other sites of interest include the historic Jewish quarter, the Angelic Mercy Roman Catholic Church and the Market Square. If you are looking for a good night out then you are in for a treat due to the truly excellent Gdansk nightlife on offer.
Krakow is one of the most beautiful cities in the world. The Old Town of Krakow is an UNESCO World Heritage site, and there are more than 30 museums in the city. The European Cultural Capital for the year 2016, Krakow is a city of charm and culture, with a vibrant nightlife and a variety of restaurants.
Krakow is famous for its unique, medieval architecture. The city is one of Poland’s top destinations for tourists. You can visit Krakow in a day, but you will want to spend several days here, exploring the city and its surroundings.
The Archaeology of Wrocław, located in western Poland, is one of the oldest urban centers in the country. Wrocław is known as the City of Oars because of its numerous canals and bridges. The city’s long history dates back thousands of years. Since the Middle Ages, it has been an important centre of trade and industry. Today, Wrocław is a modern metropolis with a vibrant cultural scene. You’ll find museums, theatres, concert halls, art galleries, and more than 100 pubs. During your visit to Wrocław, you’ll explore its past at various historic sites.
The city of Poznań is a lively and cosmopolitan metropolis that offers many opportunities to explore its cultural heritage and indulge in delicious Italian food. With its rich history, today Poznań is a vibrant city with many historic sights to explore. A short drive from Warsaw and a little over two hours by train, Poznań is a convenient base for exploring the region. Dotted with beautiful gardens, the city’s Old Town offers a chance to explore its many historical sights and explore the many boutiques and art galleries that inhabit the city centre.
What destinations in Poland do you love? I’d love to hear your comments on my blog below.