Historic Cities, Beautiful Countryside and Warm Hospitality
Located in the heart of Europe, Poland has many neighbours including Germany, Lithuania, the Slovak Republic, Ukraine and the Czech Republic. With a rich history dating back to the 10th century, as well as stunning scenery across its vast 305,000km² land mass, Poland attracts plenty of visitors. Explore the beautiful Baltic coast of the north, the unspoilt mountains, lakes and national parks of the interior, or Poland’s cities where Jewish heritage, Teutonic roots and delicious regional dishes are waiting to be discovered.
Poland is a member of the Baltic Sea EU macro-region (EUBSR), subscribing to the overarching strategic aims of strengthening connections within the region, increasing prosperity and working together to protect the seas. With many cultural routes passing through Poland, it is clear that these links with the rest of Europe shape the country it is today.
How to get there?
Poland is well connected by road, rail, sea and air, thanks to its wonderfully central location within Europe. There are 12 international airports scattered across this large country, the busiest of which are Warsaw Chopin Airport, Krakow Airport, Wroclaw Airport and Gdansk Airport.
Many of the trains connecting Poland’s cities with other major European cities are modern, high-speed models, offering visitors fast and comfortable rail travel. Cyclists will find Poland’s network of cycling lanes are developing rapidly and there are many scenic EuroVelo routes to choose from.