Visiting Warszawa, Kraków and Ojców

When it comes to obvious holiday destinations, Poland is probably one of the first ones that springs to mind. It’s no surprise that I live here. Poland is a place with a lot of offer and guarantees a little bit of everything that you could want from a break away. Whether you are looking to get your fix of culture, to spend time wandering old cities, trying out a new culinary scene, or heading to the beach, you are spoilt for choice. Poland is most famously known for its rich history, with many remnants of the second world war, castles, palaces and medieval architecture. Yet that is not all that Poland is known for. It also has many areas of natural beauty with mountains, lakes and walking trails. Keep in mind when Booking your next trip to Poland that there really is something for everyone to see and do. Here are some of the best places in Poland that you need to explore on your next visit.


Kraków is one of the oldest cities in Poland and is definitely worth a visit if you are looking to soak up the culture and discover somewhere new. There are many different museums here that you can visit, as well as churches and other beautiful historic buildings. You can wander the quaint streets and also try a whole host of different food and drinks at their vast array of restaurants. If you are looking for a vibrant nightlife, this is also something that you can find in Kraków.

Dziwaczne Odkrycia: Kraków's City Logo, the Dragon

Dziwaczne Odkrycia: Kraków’s City Symbol, the Dragon


Warsaw is another fantastic place to visit in Poland and has a host of things to see and do. You can see the youngest Old town in the world and stroll along some of the most beautiful riverside boulevards. There are many different museums that you can head to in order to get your culture fix, and you can indulge in the different restaurants for a taste of their wide foodie scene. You can head to a vodka factory to find out where the drink is made and wander the many different gardens.

Warszawa Metro Centrum


Ojców is a small village that is mostly known for its large national park. It is one of the most amazing national parks in Europe and is well worth a visit on your trip here. It features many forests, canyons, cliffs and areas for horse riding. There is plenty of medieval architecture to view and a host of wildlife. You can ride horses, wander around the park on foot or get a bike and go for a cycle.

My Stay at The Cosy Grażyna’s Guesthouse: Pokoje Gościnne u Grażyny, Ojców

Poland is a place with so much to give and it is well worth adding to your travel bucket list for a destination that you will never forget. There is something for everyone no matter what you are looking to get from your break. Why not rent out a car and go on a trip to a few different places on your trip? This is one of the easiest ways to get around and see the many different sights.

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