A country that offers stunning outdoor sports, majestic castles and striking old towns, Poland is a must-visit destination
Located in the heart of Europe, Poland still preserves its historic character and culture, despite having undergone modernization. Most of the time it is an underestimated destination, however, once there, visitors will realize…
The Malbork Castle in Poland is the largest Gothic castle of Europe and is the largest castle in the world
The castle was built by the Teutonic Knights and was originally named as Marienburg or Mary's Castle. The castle and its museum were declared as a World Heritage Site in 1997.…
The highest part of the Carpathian mountain range, the Tatra Mountains serve as a natural border between Poland and Slovakia. The Tatra Mountains cover an area of 785 square kilometres out of which three fourth lies in Slovakia. The highest point on the Polish side is Mount Rysy rising to…
The capital and the most important city of the Wielkopolska region, Poznan is one of the most dynamic and prosperous cities of the country. Poznan is one of the main cultural and literary centres of Poland. The beautiful historic core of the city features Gothic, Renaissance and neo-Classical architecture. The…
Located in the centre of the Masurian Lake is the town of Gizycko. Gizycko is sandwiched between Lake Niegocin and Lake Kisajno and is a major centre of water sports and iceboating. The calm water surface and the flat banks offer excellent conditions for sailing and other activities.
Located in the central Europe Poland has a coast close to 491 km's which includes 2 natural harbors and an area of 321,685 km².
A population of close to 38 Million. Muslims account for about 0.1% of the population.
The annual average temperature at Poland is close to 8°C but the temperature differs based on the regions at Poland. Average temperature during summer is close to 18°C while the average during winter (January) -4°C and can fall as low as -35°C.
Polish is the official language.
GMT+1 hrs GMT+2 hrs summer time.
General: 8 AM to 4 PM
New Year's Day : January 1st Labor Day : May 1st Constitution Day: May 3rd Independence Day : November 11th Christmas Day : December 25th Second Day of Christmas : December 26th