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Search Cheap Flights to Poland

An eastern European country, Poland borders the Baltic Sea. The country is famed for its Jewish heritage, natural beauty, and medieval architecture. Poland is a haven for history enthusiasts, especially those interested in World War II. Polish history is extremely rich, which include some unfortunate events like the Nazi occupation and 44 years of soviet communism. While here, visitors can explore several historic landmarks such as Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp memorial, Gothic Malbork Castle, Wieliczka Salt Mine, and Wawel Castle. Nature lovers can go for trekking and skiing at Tatra Mountains (part of the Carpathians), rafting at the Dunajec River, and swimming at Masurian Lake District. Towns such as Gdansk and Zakopane are also worth a visit. Notable attractions here include Bialowieza National Park, Warsaw Old Town, St. Mary's Church, Kazimierz, Malbork Castle, Lazienki Park, and Krakow Old Town.

Popular Destinations in Poland

Krakow

Krakow is among the most popular Polish cities in terms of tourism. It is situated on the banks of Vistula River in the south of Poland, near the border of Czech Republic; it is about 500 kms from Prague. Established around the 8th century, Krakow is among the oldest cities and former capital of Poland. The city is an epitome of rich past and has traditionally been one of the imperative centers of Polish culture, artistic, and academic life. The city has been a major hub of economic, academic and cultural activity. Among visitors, Krakow is famous for its medieval architecture and wide squares. The city has multiple points of interest such as Wawel Hill, Jewish Quarter, Krakow Main Square, Historical Museum of Krakow, and many more.

Rzeszow

Rzeszow is the biggest city in southeastern Poland. The city is positioned on both sides of Wislok in the heartland of the valley of Sandomierska Valley. Rzeszow is well-off in terms of historical significance and boasts a blend of old and contemporary lifestyles and attractions. You can explore the Market Square, enjoy the beauty of Rzeszow Multimedia Fountain, carry out shopping in Rzeszow Shopping, and do much more. The city is lined with museums, theaters, and art galleries such as Ethnography Museum, Diocesan Museum, Wanda Siemaszkowa Theatre, and Szajna gallery.

Katowice

Katowice is the center of cultural and economic life in Upper Silesia, which is a region in southeastern Poland. Visitors to the city can enjoy a walk down the streets to witness the evidences of 19th century industrial edifices. These buildings make a pleasant sight as they merge with modern structures. The city center boasts a diverse range of museums and monuments, such as Silesian Museum, Tyskie Brewing Museum, Christ the King Cathedral, and Wyspianski Silesian Theatre. Nature lovers can pay a visit to the Silesian Zoological Garden, Kosciuszko Park, and Paprocany Lake. For the foodies, there are several restaurants serving assortment of sumptuous cuisines from this region.

Best Time to Visit Poland

The best time for which you can book Poland flights are the months between May and September. During these months, rain is less frequent and the country experiences comfortable temperatures. March, April and October are also great months to take flights to Poland with vibrant colours of spring and autumn beautifying the landscape.

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