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Overlooked by many yet impossible to forget for those who venture here, Poland is one of Europe's great nations. It has a cultural and historical heritage that few countries can match. There is breathtaking natural beauty that ranges from vast stretches of national park wilderness to sandy Baltic beaches. While, it's home to handful of the most happening and exciting cities on the continent. Poland is a rewarding, varied and memorable place to go on holiday.
The most popular city break destination in Poland is Krakow, which is also easily the most beautiful city in the country. An impressive, visually stunning city nestled on the banks of the Vistula River, Krakow is home to breathtaking architecture, world-class art galleries and museums, countless historic attractions and reputably the highest concentration of bars and clubs in Europe. The Unesco-listed Old Town is a treasure trove of Renaissance and Gothic buildings and is frankly unmissable.
Krakow may be blessed with beauty but Warsaw is blessed with a vibrant magnetism that draws in around 14 million visitors each year. Warsaw is a dynamic, happening city with a world-class arts and culture scene, many historic attractions and outstanding shopping and dining. Warsaw is also the place to go on a holiday to Poland for nightlife; the city's clubbing scene is the most cutting-edge in the country. Warsaw is also a hub for opera, classical music and theatre.
The city of Gdansk, on the north coast, is a popular destination and flawlessly combines history with all the allure of a contemporary European city. Steeped in history, Gdansk is home to a myriad of fascinating attractions including medieval and Gothic architecture, important WWII landmarks and remnants of Soviet rule. The city enjoys a lively nightlife with a youthful buzz and some of Poland's top clubs, which attract top international DJs.
If you want to hit the beach on your holiday to Poland, the nation's sublime Baltic Coast is home to many pristine expanses of sand. Just 12km north of Gdansk is Sopot, Poland's premier seaside resort, which enjoys dazzling white sands, luxurious hotels and high quality restaurants, as well as plenty of activities and a fashionable and lively nightlife.