Wroclaw, pronounced 'vrots-wahf' by you and me, is Poland's fourth largest city. Situated on the Oder River, Wroclaw has a wealth of hidden history, beautiful architecture and it's bustling market square for you to explore.
Enjoy strolling around one of Europe's most attractive cities, and marvel at the stunning sights, or venture down the hidden cobbled lanes. Even on a grey winter's day, this charming city is brought to life by its vibrant colours.
Słodowa Island is a fantastic place to spend an afternoon. Located on Odra River, the island is a lush green space, visited by many each year.
The Christmas period makes any city come alive and that goes without saying in Wroclaw. The Polish Christmas Markets are similar to something out of a fairytale. Expect the aroma of gingerbread cookies and mulled wine, with plenty of stalls and entertainment to enjoy, including a visit from Santa Claus himself.
When visiting quaint Gdansk, you can expect rich architecture, historic influences from Germany, Poland and Russia, as well as beautiful beaches. It's a great passageway to the Baltic Sea.
With plenty of opportunity to discover something new in Krakow, culture vultures will be in their element with such a rich history in the Old Town part of the city. The vivid bar scene attracts many stag and hen parties, and the shopping here is ideal for city breaks.
Discover Warsaw, a city that’s flourished into an eclectic mix of metropolis and green spaces. Delve behind the scenes and explore a city famed for its ongoing renovations. Take a step back in time and experience one of the Milk Bars, popular in the 1980’s, wander along the banks of the widest river in Europe or party till the early hours in the Nowy Swiat district.
The oldest city in Poland, Poznan is an established thriving economic hub; a centre for both industry and commerce. Outside of its business acumen, the city has plenty of attractions to visit steeped in culture and history, making it a popular tourist destination.
Katowice, pronounced "Kat-o-ve-cheh", is one of the most vibrant cities in Poland. Rich in history, culture, and beauty, you can spend your days visiting the industrial heritage attractions or parks and countryside not too far from the centre. The city comes alive at night with an array of nightlife from theatres to bars and clubs.