Poland is one of Eastern Europe's emerging jewels, full of medieval architecture, bold landscapes, a rich jewish heritage and a hip art scene.

Despite the devastating consequences of World War II, Poland has managed to retain many treasures. Its capital Warsaw has endured many an invasion and is today a confident metropolis on the rise. Elsewhere in the country, the Jasna Gora Monastery and Wieliczka Salt Mine combine with the capital and many other attractions to form a memorable European journey.

When to Go

The tourist season is from May to September, but the beaches can get really crowded. The warm period from May to June and from September to October and the ski season from December to March are the best times to visit Poland.

Featured Poland Journeys

Group of 1813 days, from AU$13,400
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A Journey to the Heart of Europe - A Limited Edition Small Group Journey (2020)

Relive the rich, and often turbulent, history of four central European countries on this fascinating cultural journey.

Group13 days, from AU$13,400
Group of 14813 days, from AU$23,180
Cruising the Baltic Sea: Copenhagen to St. Petersburg

Set out on the most sweeping of Baltic cruises, immersed in the cultures of grand, historic cities in Denmark, Poland, Lithuania, Sweden, Latvia, Estonia, Finland and Russia.

Group13 days, from AU$23,180

Featured Accommodation

Hotel Bristol

​​Hotel Bristol is located in the heart of Warsaw, on the famous Royal Route between the historical Old Town and the designer shops of Nowy Świat.

Hotel Copernicus

A Relais & Châteaux property, the Hotel Copernicus stands on Kanonicza Street, Krakow’s oldest street that winds its way toward Wawel Royal Castle.

MaMaison Hotel Le Regina, Warsaw

One of Warsaw’s most unique hotels, the MaMaison Hotel Le Regina is amongst the finest in the city.

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