These days, Poland appears to be on everyone’s hot list for European travel, and it is not surprising to know why. This country which was once only known for cabbage, potatoes, and vodka has underwent a ... 20-year renovation period since the Communist government’s downfall in 1989, allowing itself to transform into a nexus for both business and leisure. And while the cabbage, potatoes, and vodka that made Poland popular are still excellent, there are lots of things that visitors can enjoy in this transitioning country.
For some people, a trip to Poland is the perfect opportunity to reconnect with their Polish roots. For others, it is the perfect destination to experience the unique beauty of nature. Accordingly, Poland’s mountains and lakes, sprawling miles of woods and strip-field farms are regarded as its most dramatic features. The country’s one-of-a-kind cities, on the other hand, offer travelers different scenes reminiscent of the land’s painful yet rich and moving history. From Krakow’s Baroque churches and Warsaw’s vibrant downtown, to Czestochowa’s picturesque Jurassic rocks, Poland perfectly blends nature and urban scenes at their best.