Poland's cities and towns
all boast unique characteristics. The history, architecture, major sights, culture, and nightlife is different from one Polish city to another, and these specific qualities can make a traveler fall in love with a particular destination. If you've been to Poland, and a particular Polish city really got under your skin, share why it did so. If you're planning a trip to Poland, check out these favorite Polish cities that you can work into your itinerary.
Gdansk was the first part of Poland to be hit by WWII, so the city is literally drenched in history, landmarks, and historical sites. One of my favorite things about Gdansk is the great diversity. Yo…More
The seafood was excellent. I had fish as often as I could while I was here. The town is gorgeous and well preserved, and you can easily walk to everything. The panoramic view from St. Mary's Church i…More
I remember the scent and beauty of the roses in Lazienki Park, the growth and change from communist times along Solidarity Avenue, the monuments in the Jewish Ghetto with bouquets of flowers at their…More