Highlights of Poland
From the grand buildings and quaint streets of Krakow to the alpine Tatra and Carpathian ranges, our small group holidays to Poland will take you on unforgettable adventures. Here are some highlights of our Poland tours.
Climb aboard a train to make your way to Krakow on our Highlights of Poland Tour. Once Poland’s capital city, Krakow is a charming place to visit. Wander through the labyrinth of narrow streets, stop for a bite to eat in one of the many alfresco cafes and uncover grand buildings. A must-see sight is the Rynek Glowny, Europe’s largest medieval square. Colourful townhouses stand tall around the bustling plaza and vendors present a variety of handmade wares including wooden toys and ornate jewellery. The Old Town is also a popular highlight in Krakow. Discover historic buildings untouched by the war and visit the fairy-tale Wawel Castle to learn about Poland’s former monarchy.
The towering, jagged peaks of the Carpathian Mountains dominate the horizon from Krakow. Starting in the Czech Republic and running through Slovakia, Poland, Hungary, Ukraine, Serbia and Romania, the Carpathian Mountains range forms a 1500 km arc through Central and Eastern Europe and is the third-longest in Europe. A closer look will reveal alpine meadows and forests cloaking the valleys in a blanket of emerald green. And if you fancy a hike into this rural landscape, join our Poland Walking Holiday to discover spectacular panoramic views of the Dunajec Gorge and the glacial lakes in the Tatra mountains (the highest peaks of the Carpathian range) from the summit of Babia Gora National Park.
Wander through a maze of narrow cobbled streets in the beautiful seaside city of Gdansk before setting off on our Poland Cycling Tour. Colourful townhouses line the streets, and grand buildings line the bustling Old Town Square. Pick up a nugget of ‘Baltic Gold’ from one of the many amber boutiques and browse the eclectic mix of artisan stalls on the charming terraced street of Ulica Mariacka. Relax in the evening with an amble along the water-side promenade and watch the world go by as you sip coffee in a chic alfresco cafe.
Solo tours to Poland
All of our trips to Poland are solo traveller friendly Meet like-minded adventurers and make new life-long friendships as you explore Poland under the expert guidance of your local tour leader. We’ll look after all of the logistics so you can feel relaxed and enjoy the trip to the full.