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Welcome to Poland

Poland Holidays, Flights and City Breaks

Looking for that fantastic holiday or city break destination? Poland is one particular country where you will find spectacular cities that fit into this genre. Poland is located in central Europe. For the best available rates on flights, holidays and city breaks to Poland from Ireland, call us today.

Krakow is the former capital of the country and it was the location where the cornoations of the Polish kings took place.  Krakow has had a quite a chequered history.  The impressive Gothic Wawel Castle in Krakow has to be one of the stunning examples when it comes to Polish Castles. Just 50 kilometres from Krakow you will find the Auschwitz Concentration Camp, which due to the horrible events that took place there, leaves an impression like no other World Heritage Site does. The ancient Wieliczka Salt Mines is another amazing day trip from Krakow that you have to experience  during your city break to Poland.

Warsaw, Poland’s capital is one city that you have to see up close and in person. It has gone through Old Town reconstruction after its wartime destruction and it offers a variety of attractions that every visitor to Poland will have to explore.

Other popular Polish cities that you must try and visit during your Polish vacation are Gdansk, Lublin, Torun and Poznan.

Poland has twenty-three National Parks that are located over the whole country, so natural attractions are never too far away. Białowieża National Park, which is situated on the Belarus border, is a World Heritage Site that comprises of the last remains of the Primeval Forest that once covered most of Europe. It is here where you will spot the European Bison.

If you are an adventure junkie, why don’t you try the dangerous Eagle’s Path in the Tatra Mountains where you will also find Poland’s highest peak. Explore all that Poland has to offer.

For all you enthusiastic walkers and hikers, you will have to visit the mountainous Bieszczady National Park that has great hiking opportunities as well as plenty of wildlife.

Poland’s countryside is so beautiful to see up close where you will find so many historic villages, churches, castles and other spectacular monuments.

You are bound to find so many things of a historical importance during your Polish vacation. 

Krakow and Warsaw are the top two cities in Poland.

Krakow

Krakow, Poland’s second largest city is situated on the Vistula River in the Lesser Poland Region and it is without a shadow of a doubt a visitor’s paradise. The city dates back to the 7th century and it is one of the oldest cities in Poland.

Krakow has been described as the cultural capital leading the way for the country’s tourism industry. Krakow has become one of the hotspot destinations in Europe.

Walking through the Old Town is definitely like stepping back into the past.

Krakow has been named a UNESCO Heritage Site where you are sure to find and explore Medieval Castles and Gothic Churches, which sit alongside high-rises and stylish boutiques.

This captivating town has one of the best-maintained medieval city centres in Europe.

Krakow is a little gem in Europe’s gleaming crown.

Warsaw

Warsaw, Poland’s capital is located on the Vistula River, 260km from the Baltic Sea and 300km from the Carpathian Mountains. Warsaw is also known as the ‘’Phoenix City’’ because it has survived so many wars throughout its complicated and tough history.

Warsaw is a phenomenal place to visit. A visit to the Jewish Quarter is a must, where you will discover the history of Warsaw’s tragic past.

Stroll through the streets of Warsaw’s Old Town. Enjoy the atmospheric alleys, squares and the cosy Warsaw cafes, which create a unique sense of history.

A trip to Warsaw wouldn’t be complete without a visit to Saxon Garden. Saxon Garden is Warsaw’s oldest public park and it is only a ten-minute walk from the Old Town.

This amazing city is full of contrasts, which are sure to excite and inspire you.

For cheap flights, holidays and city breaks to Poland at the best available rates and last minute deals, call us today.


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