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Visit Poland

Poland offers beautiful views of the Baltic Sea. It has faced challenging times throughout its history, but that has helped the country become one of the strongest members of Europe.

It is a deeply religious nation, which means many of the most important public holidays coincide with the Catholic calendar. Festivals that involve Epiphany, Easter, and Pentecost allow visitors to explore local flavors and customs. Each community tends to have a festival for their patron saint as well, which offers an opportunity to enjoy this culture throughout the year.

The countryside of Poland is relatively untouched compared to other European nations. You’ll find forests, beautiful valleys, and towering mountain ranges to explore. Trails for hiking, cycling, and horseback riding are readily available.

You can even explore the oldest salt mine in the world, which has been in continuous operation since the 13th century. Enjoy some local gingerbread, relax in a Gothic city, or get acquainted with the Renaissance. The choice is up to you.

The history of Poland has created a unique culture of museums and galleries that let visitors know even more about the people of this great nation and its landscapes. You’ll find infamous locations to explore, such as Auschwitz, along with the unspoiled beauty of a woodland like Bialowieza National Park.

Poland really is a one-of-a-kind experience.

From the world heritage sites in Warsaw and Cracow to the hard-working cities of Gdansk and Poznan, Poland offers something for everyone to enjoy. Wide parks, open seas, and inviting mountains are mixed with the castles and cathedrals to create a memorable holiday. Make your way here and you will not be disappointed.

Travel and vacation in Poland

Here you can find information about travel and holiday trips to Poland. You will find travel deals as well as general travel information, guides, “good to know” and facts about Poland. You will also find updated current weather and forecasts.

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City Guides

Aleksandrow Lodzki

#AleksandrowLodzki Visit Aleksandrow Lodzki Aleksandrow Lodzki is a city in central Poland with about 26,000 inhabitants. The city is located between the rivers Wisla and Oder. Aleksandrow...

Arlamow

#Arlamow Visit Arlamow Arlamow is a small village located at the foot of the Subcarpathians about 30 kilometers from the Ustrzyki Dolne. The place is known...

Augustow

#Augustow Visit Augustow Augustow (German: Metenburg) is a gem in northeastern Poland on the river Netta, the city is located in the Augustowska forest is also...

Barcin

#Barcin Visit Barcin Barcin (German: Bartschin) is a town located on the river Notec 35 km from Bydgoszcz and 50 km from Torun. The city is...

Barlinek

#Barlinek Visit Barlinek You’ll find the small town of Barlinek in Mysliborz County, which is in Northwestern Poland. It offers the visitor a history that dates...

Bartoszyce

#Bartoszyce Visit Bartoszyce Bartoszyce (German: Bartenstein) is a city of about 25,000 inhabitants located on the river Lyna in a region known for its many lake...

Good to know

Coronavirus & travel restrictions Poland

#Coronavirus Poland Coronavirus status - Poland How is the coronavirus situation in Poland ? See the statistics for the country in confirmed and present active Covid-19...

Dentist in Poland

Dentist in Poland Vacation and dentist at the same time ? You can do both !  Going abroad for cheaper dental treatment is increasingly popular. Many...

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#Poland Poland Video Discover Poland With Guide Why You Should Visit Poland ! The top search results for visiting Poland actually provide you with reasons why you should...

Emergency numbers Poland

999 – Ambulance 998 – Fire Brigade 997 – Police 986 – Municipal Wardens From Mobile telephone 112 - All emergencies Mountain rescue service (GOPR) + 48 601 100 300 Water rescue...

Weather and forecast

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Largest cities

See the list of the largest and most important cities in the country, and the size of the cities by population.

Important: the informations are from various external sources. If you are using the informations professional please seek official confirmation whether the figures are actual or not. Last update august 2017

RankNamePop.State
1Warsaw1.706.624Masovian
2Kraków766.583Lesser Poland
3Łódź753.192Łódź
4Wrocław632.930Lower Silesian
5Poznań567.932Greater Poland
6Gdańsk458.717Pomeranian
7Szczecin410.811West Pomeranian
8Bydgoszcz361.222Kuyavian Pomeranian
9Lublin351.806Lublin
10Katowice317.220Lublin
11Białystok294.143Podlaskie
12Gdynia250.242Pomeranian
13Częstochowa242.300Silesian
14Radom224.857Masovian
15Sosnowiec222.586Silesian
16Toruń206.619Kuyavian-Pomeranian
17Kielce205.902Świętokrzyskie
18Gliwice197.393Silesian
19Zabrze189.062Silesian
20Bytom184.765Silesian
21Olsztyn175.710Warmian-Masurian
22Bielsko-Biała175.690Silesian
23Rzeszów166.454Subcarpathian
24Ruda Śląska144.584Silesian
25Rybnik141.080Silesian
26Tychy 129.776Silesian
27Dąbrowa Górnicza128.795Silesian
28Płock126.968Masovian
29Opole126.748Opole
30Elbląg126.710Warmian-Masurian
31Gorzów Wielkopolski125.411Lubusz
32Wałbrzych123.635Lower Silesian
33Włocławek118.432Kuyavian-Pomeranian
34Zielona Góra117.523Lubusz
35Tarnów116.118Lesser Poland
36Chorzów113.678Silesian
37Kalisz108.031Greater Poland
38Koszalin107.376West Pomeranian
39Legnica104.754Lower Silesian
40Grudziądz99.090Kuyavian-Pomeranian
41Słupsk97.419Pomeranian
42Jaworzno96.600Silesian
43Jastrzębie Zdrój93.939Silesian
44Jelenia Góra86.220Lower Silesian
45Nowy Sącz84.468Lesser Poland
46Konin80.140Greater Poland
47Piotrków Trybunalski78.475Łódź
48Siedlce76.939Masovian
49Lubin76.306Lower Silesian
50Inowrocław75.681Kuyavian-Pomeranian
51Mysłowice74.912Silesian
52Piła74.687Greater Poland
53Ostrowiec Świętokrzyski73.111Świętokrzyskie
54Ostrów Wielkopolski72.360Greater Poland
55Siemianowice Śląskie71.621Silesian
56Stargard Szczeciński70.217West Pomeranian
57Pabianice69.842Łódź
58Gniezno69.732Greater Poland
59Suwałki69.281Podlaskie
60Głogów68.297Lower Silesian
61Chełm67.782Lublin
62Przemyśl66.867Subcarpathian
63Zamość66.375Lublin
64Tomaszów Mazowiecki66.232Łódź
65Stalowa Wola64.988Subcarpathian
66Kędzierzyn-Koźle65.161Opole
67Leszno64.057Greater Poland
68Łomża63.036Podlaskie
69Żory62.008Silesian
70Bełchatów61.496Łódź
71Mielec61.005Subcarpathian
72Tarnowskie Góry60.975Silesian
73Tczew60.271Pomeranian
74Świdnica59.998Lower Silesian
75Piekary Śląskie59.061Silesian
76Będzin58.639Silesian
77Zgierz58.164Łódź
78Biała Podlaska57.783Lublin
79Racibórz56.919Silesian
80Ełk56.698Warmian-Masurian
81Pruszków55.621Masovian
82Świętochłowice54.525Silesian
83Ostrołęka54.109Masovian
84Starachowice52.614Świętokrzyskie
85Zawiercie52.435Silesian
86Legionowo51.058Masovian
87Tarnobrzeg49.771Subcarpathian
88Puławy49.386Lublin
89Wodzisław Śląski49.132Silesian
90Radomsko49.073Łódź

Official National Holidays

Below you can see the list with official national holidays in the country.

DateEnglish
January 1New Year's Day
January 6Epiphany
VariableEasterSunday
VariableEaster Monday
May 1May Day
May 3Constitution Day
VariablePentecostSunday
VariableCorpus Christi
.August 15Assumption
November 1All Saints' Day
November 11Independence Day
December 25ChristmasDay
December 26Second Day of Christmastide

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Best of Poland

What makes Poland stand out as a destination is its resilience and personal pride. There is a level of independence found here that is refreshing and inviting. This attitude also provides the foundation for the vibrancy and culture found in many of the country’s top sites.

If you are thinking about a tour of Poland, here are some of the best options to consider adding to your itinerary.

#1. Wawel Castle

Initially built in the 13th century, this Gothic castle is the home of some of Poland’s rarest artifacts. Here you will be able to find a preserved piece of the Polish royal crown. The stunning Szczerbiec coronation sword is here as well. You’ll find extensive grounds to explore, plenty of open space, and an inviting atmosphere.

#2. Auschwitz

Poland provides powerful experiences to those who love to wander. It has also seen some of the world’s greatest tragedies. One of its most humbling and emotional sites is the infamous Nazi concentration camp located near Oswiecim. More than 25 million people come here each here to pay homage to the many who suffered here. Yet, with each footstep taken, one can still hear echoes of hope.

#3. Slowinski Sand Dunes

Located within a national park in the north, these sand dunes are located just off the coast of the Baltic Sea. There’s an open-air museum within the park to enjoy as well, filled with artifacts from the Slovincians that once called the area their home. During the windy season, some of the sand dunes can reach heights of 30m or more.

#4. Malbork Castle

Founded in the 13th century by the Teutonic Knights, this castle served as their headquarters as they ruled their Baltic territory. Over the next 200 years, the castle complex would be expanded several times to help host the growing ranks of knights that joined the order. Today, you will find this complex to be a well-preserved testament to the history of the region.

#5. Wieliczka Salt Mine

Located just outside of Krakow, the company operating the salt mine has been operating continuously since the 13th century. It may be one of the oldest companies still in operation in the world today. There is a complete underground city within the complex with everything carved from rock salt, including a chapel.

#6. Gdansk

Old Town Gdansk is one of the most beautiful streets you will ever get the chance to explore. With cobblestone streets, pedestrian-only areas, and colorful buildings that stretch up tall to the sky, there are mills, churches, and granaries which date to at least the 17th century. You’ll find plenty of cafés, coffee shops, and boutiques to explore, so be sure to bring a comfortable pair of shoes.

#7. Krakow’s Main Market Square

With some elements dating to the 13th century, this is the largest Medieval town square in Europe. The center of the square is dominated by Cloth Hall, which was rebuilt in the 1t6th century.

Poland is a country which is filled with many opportunities to go exploring. Enjoy these options, as well as those specific to your destination, and you will have a wonderful experience.

Famous Poles

On a trip to Poland you for sure will stumble upon some names again and again, here you can see a short description about some of these names, famous poles.

John Paul II (1920-2005)

Probably the most famous Pole ever, Pope John Paul II was born Karol Jozef Wojtyla in Wadowice. By being elected pope by the Catholic Church in 1978, he became the first non-Italian pope in 455 years.

Nicolaus Copernicus (1473-1543)

A Renaissance astronomer and the first European to contend that it is the Sun, not the Earth, that is at the centre of the Solar System.

Maria Skłodowska-Curie (1867-1934)

Famous for her pioneering research on radioactivity. To this day she remains the only woman who received two Nobel Prizes, and the only scientist in history to be awarded two Nobel Prizes in two different fields of study.

Lech Walesa (Born 1943)

Shaped the end of the 20th century as the leader of the Solidarity movement that led Poland out of communism. Walesa’s contribution to the end of communism in Europe, and hence the end of the cold war.

Roman Polański (Born 1953)

Film director, producer, writer and actor. He is best known for his “Rosemary’s Baby” (1968), “Chinatown” (1974), “Tess” (1979) and “The Pianist” (2002), for which he was awarded an Oscar.

Adam Małysz (Born 1977)

Ski jumper who has won 38 World Cup competitions and as one of only two men ever won the overall World Cup four times. Has more titles in World Championships than any other ski jumper in the world.

Zbigniew Boniek (Born 1956)

One of the most talented Polish footballers, debuting on the Polish national team at the age of 20, an effective goal scorer (24 goals in 80 matches), has played for Italian football teams such as Juventus Torino and AS Roma, and since then has settled permanently in Italy.

Robert Lewandowski (Born 1988)

Polish footballer who plays for German Bundesliga club Bayern Munich and the Poland national football team as a striker. He joined Dortmund in 2010 and is renowned for his excellent play in Champions League 2013.

Adam Mickiewicz (1798 – 1855)

As a poet Mickiewicz first gained attention with his “Ballads and Romances”. This collection of poems opened the romantic era in Polish literature.

Fryderyk Chopin (1810-1849)

Best known Polish composer and virtuoso pianist, one of the great masters of Romantic music who was called “the poet of the piano”.

Discover Poland

A Central European country right on the border with Germany and Eastern Europe, Poland has a rich history, proud culture, and stunning geography all its own. The unique combination of Slavic and German influences result in a vibrant culture, with local artistic and culinary traditions like none other. From the Baltic coastline to the forests of the interior, Poland has plenty of natural beauty to explore. Historic cities like Krakow and Lodz house stunning castles and cathedrals, perfect for any lover of medieval architecture.

The capital city, Warsaw, is a huge, 800-year-old metropolis, called the ‘Phoenix City’ because it has sprung back and continued to grow after each conflict. Krakow, the former capital, is traversed by the picturesque Vistula River, and has been a cultural center for over a millennium. Lodz, full of beautiful parks and palaces, is another top destination for those looking to immerse themselves in Polish culture. Poznan, another river city, was founded on islands for protection, making it a unique city for visitors and residents alike. There are plenty of ways to explore on your Poland vacation.

Warsaw, the capital, is one of central Europe’s greatest cities. The city is filled with palaces and churches, many rebuilt after the city’s near-total destruction in World War II. From prime examples of Gothic architecture, especially St. John’s Cathedral and the majestic Royal Castle. Nearly all of Europe’s architectural styles are housed in the city, making it a great place to learn about the progression of Western Art. The city also houses multiple parks and gardens, with 25% of the city covered in green space. Cultural gatherings like Wianki, a festival on the river with roots in pagan times. Warsaw also has numerous jazz clubs for those interested in live music.

Poland’s culinary culture is completely unique, and if you’re visiting, there are several dishes you don’t want to miss. Bigos, a hunter’s stew made of meat and cabbage, is a popular and delectable dish. Like most central European nations, Poland has many local soups, ranging from rye to tripe, and all are worth trying; while potato pancakes are also a local specialty that should be missed.

Poland’s geography is home to a wide array of natural environments, ranging from the coast to mountain ranges. Skiing, both downhill and cross-country, is the most popular winter activity, and mountain lodges house travelers as they trek across mountain ranges. The Karkonosze range, shared with the Czech Republic, is home to unique rock formations that make it an ideal destination for climbers.

Poland is dotted with UNESCO World Heritage Sites, recognized for both historic buildings and pristine ecosystems. Visitors flock to Bialowieza forest, one of Europe’s last reminders of an ancient primeval forest that once covered the continent. The forest is home to a wide variety of endemic species, including European bison. Castles, including one built by the Knights Templar, also command the attention of visitors from around the world. Whether you’re looking for the quiet of nature or the proud reminders of one of Europe’s oldest cultures, Poland delivers.

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Poland Covid-19 / Coronavirus

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2,451
4,047
Albania
112,897
1,939
35,768
Algeria
114,234
3,013
32,157
Andorra
11,042
112
304
Angola
21,086
514
925
Anguilla
18
0
0
Antigua and Barbuda
848
21
417
Argentina
2,149,636
52,880
150,940
Armenia
174,679
3,221
6,674
Aruba
8,110
77
205
Australia
29,046
909
1,942
Austria
475,070
8,713
23,205
Azerbaijan
236,768
3,241
3,809
Bahamas
8,600
181
1,004
Bahrain
126,602
472
6,359
Bangladesh
550,330
8,462
38,865
Barbados
3,285
37
433
Belarus
295,511
2,038
6,989
Belgium
787,891
22,261
712,113
Belize
12,335
315
94
Benin
6,071
75
1,033
Bermuda
722
12
22
Bhutan
868
1
1
Bolivia
254,273
11,823
44,214
Bosnia
135,513
5,228
12,400
Botswana
31,746
359
4,627
Brazil
11,019,344
265,500
996,666
British Virgin Islands
153
1
21
Brunei
189
3
4
Bulgaria
260,308
10,614
36,807
Burkina Faso
12,181
143
222
Burundi
2,319
3
1,543
Cabo Verde
15,782
154
588
Cambodia
1,011
0
494
Cameroon
35,714
551
2,569
Canada
886,574
22,239
30,268
Caribbean Netherlands
540
5
92
Cayman Islands
451
2
23
Central African Republic
5,021
63
38
Chad
4,177
140
369
Channel Islands
4,041
86
7
Chile
855,785
21,077
28,991
China
89,994
4,636
183
Colombia
2,276,656
60,503
38,954
Comoros
3,596
146
40
Congo
9,179
131
1,534
Costa Rica
206,640
2,833
16,323
Croatia
246,514
5,590
3,743
Cuba
55,693
348
4,566
Curaçao
4,807
22
112
Cyprus
36,878
233
34,588
Czechia
1,321,331
21,717
168,405
Côte d'Ivoire
35,187
202
2,277
DRC
26,541
712
3,397
Denmark
214,839
2,379
7,095
Diamond Princess
712
13
0
Djibouti
6,146
63
152
Dominica
144
0
14
Dominican Republic
243,247
3,172
42,453
Ecuador
294,503
16,039
22,455
Egypt
186,503
10,995
31,489
El Salvador
60,800
1,915
2,078
Equatorial Guinea
6,329
96
496
Eritrea
2,944
7
501
Estonia
75,003
653
18,954
Ethiopia
166,138
2,429
25,209
Falkland Islands (Malvinas)
54
0
3
Faroe Islands
658
1
0
Fiji
63
2
6
Finland
62,063
767
15,296
France
3,904,233
88,574
3,550,364
French Guiana
16,693
87
6,611
French Polynesia
18,459
140
13,477
Gabon
15,625
90
1,789
Gambia
4,759
152
464
Georgia
272,851
3,576
2,582
Germany
2,508,655
72,532
125,223
Ghana
86,465
647
4,866
Gibraltar
4,249
93
22
Greece
205,120
6,758
22,284
Greenland
31
0
1
Grenada
148
1
0
Guadeloupe
10,149
162
7,745
Guatemala
178,560
6,473
7,147
Guinea
16,670
95
1,394
Guinea-Bissau
3,312
49
592
Guyana
8,807
201
492
Haiti
12,536
250
2,458
Holy See (Vatican City State)
27
0
12
Honduras
173,729
4,260
101,480
Hong Kong
11,091
202
260
Hungary
466,017
15,873
114,632
Iceland
6,059
29
10
India
11,229,398
157,890
188,710
Indonesia
1,379,662
37,266
147,740
Iran
1,689,692
60,687
186,807
Iraq
726,548
13,572
52,435
Ireland
223,219
4,422
195,433
Isle of Man
757
25
315
Israel
801,575
5,891
36,918
Italy
3,067,486
99,785
472,862
Jamaica
26,026
453
11,272
Japan
438,956
8,227
12,468
Jordan
427,717
4,935
55,467
Kazakhstan
218,754
2,812
13,712
Kenya
108,827
1,876
19,381
Kuwait
200,572
1,127
13,258
Kyrgyzstan
86,583
1,473
1,535
Lao People's Democratic Republic
47
0
5
Latvia
90,331
1,695
10,129
Lebanon
395,604
5,046
80,254
Lesotho
10,523
307
6,328
Liberia
2,024
85
47
Libyan Arab Jamahiriya
138,640
2,273
10,525
Liechtenstein
2,590
54
48
Lithuania
202,214
3,328
10,695
Luxembourg
56,646
662
3,322
MS Zaandam
9
2
0
Macao
48
0
1
Macedonia
107,163
3,195
9,239
Madagascar
20,155
300
312
Malawi
32,442
1,069
9,000
Malaysia
313,460
1,169
20,333
Maldives
20,794
64
2,606
Mali
8,580
358
1,781
Malta
24,398
334
3,322
Marshall Islands
4
0
0
Martinique
6,818
46
6,674
Mauritania
17,322
442
210
Mauritius
641
10
43
Mayotte
18,140
127
15,049
Mexico
2,128,600
190,604
267,565
Micronesia
1
0
0
Moldova
195,252
4,111
19,811
Monaco
2,023
26
162
Mongolia
3,336
3
745
Montenegro
79,774
1,067
9,062
Montserrat
20
1
5
Morocco
486,223
8,682
5,301
Mozambique
62,520
693
15,406
Myanmar
142,034
3,200
7,162
Namibia
40,030
438
2,072
Nepal
274,721
3,010
825
Netherlands
1,120,075
15,833
1,104,242
New Caledonia
67
0
9
New Zealand
2,405
26
78
Nicaragua
6,489
174
2,090
Niger
4,822
177
240
Nigeria
158,506
1,969
18,647
Norway
74,942
632
8,296
Oman
143,955
1,591
8,050
Pakistan
592,100
13,227
18,415
Palestine
196,812
2,140
19,494
Panama
344,834
5,923
7,149
Papua New Guinea
1,670
16
808
Paraguay
168,043
3,318
24,164
Peru
1,371,176
47,854
47,077
Philippines
594,412
12,516
36,043
Poland
1,794,914
45,285
267,061
Portugal
810,094
16,540
61,987
Qatar
166,949
262
10,686
Romania
828,283
20,900
53,048
Russia
4,322,776
89,094
321,758
Rwanda
19,551
268
1,443
Réunion
13,125
59
1,110
S. Korea
92,817
1,642
7,701
Saint Kitts and Nevis
41
0
0
Saint Lucia
3,866
43
260
Saint Martin
1,571
12
160
Saint Pierre Miquelon
24
0
8
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
1,663
8
632
Samoa
3
0
1
San Marino
3,922
76
420
Sao Tome and Principe
1,950
32
356
Saudi Arabia
379,831
6,528
2,689
Senegal
35,857
919
4,333
Serbia
485,439
4,562
80,530
Seychelles
2,979
15
316
Sierra Leone
3,920
79
1,141
Singapore
60,033
29
110
Sint Maarten
2,070
27
18
Slovakia
323,390
7,836
60,254
Slovenia
195,468
3,891
11,211
Solomon Islands
18
0
4
Somalia
8,321
302
4,087
South Africa
1,521,068
50,678
29,516
South Sudan
8,766
102
4,347
Spain
3,149,012
71,138
333,210
Sri Lanka
85,695
502
3,134
St. Barth
638
1
175
Sudan
28,605
1,895
3,554
Suriname
8,977
175
333
Swaziland
17,184
658
1,250
Sweden
684,961
13,003
671,958
Switzerland
562,290
10,048
33,660
Syrian Arab Republic
15,981
1,063
4,544
Taiwan
969
10
27
Tajikistan
13,308
90
0
Tanzania
509
21
305
Thailand
26,441
85
579
Timor-Leste
122
0
28
Togo
7,570
92
1,172
Trinidad and Tobago
7,736
139
98
Tunisia
237,704
8,201
27,104
Turkey
2,780,417
29,030
127,463
Turks and Caicos Islands
2,177
15
142
UAE
410,849
1,322
16,735
UK
4,218,520
124,501
894,454
USA
29,696,250
537,838
8,821,756
Uganda
40,464
334
25,065
Ukraine
1,401,228
27,022
177,686
Uruguay
63,837
651
8,325
Uzbekistan
80,219
622
682
Vanuatu
1
0
0
Venezuela
142,338
1,384
6,560
Vietnam
2,512
35
557
Wallis and Futuna
16
0
9
Western Sahara
10
1
1
Yemen
2,473
651
376
Zambia
82,421
1,124
3,354
Zimbabwe
36,271
1,485
952
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