In the Diverse And Enchanting Country of Poland

Welcome to Poland - a land of diverse and captivating cities, beautiful landscapes, and a rich cultural heritage. Located in Central Europe, Poland is easily accessible from the United States with direct flights to major cities such as Warsaw, Kraków, and Gdańsk. 

Your clients can have an unforgettable experience in Poland, where they can explore towering mountains, pristine lakes, golden beaches, and historic landmarks.

The country also boasts some of the most delicious and diverse cuisine in Europe, some surprising hidden gems that are waiting to be discovered, and endless opportunities for your clients to explore and experience something new.

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A coastal region offering lots of great adventures and home to many seaside resorts and famous health spas, the province has attractive natural areas including two national parks (Wolin and Drawa). 

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The Małopolska Province is where one finds some of Poland’s most visited sites. This diverse region stretches from the snowy peaks of the Tatra Mountains to the rugged limestone cliffs of Kraków-Częstochowa Upland, and the scenic, low lying Vistula River Valley.

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Filled with attractions for the active and history-loving tourist, with traces of Chopin’s life and work, this is the largest province and home to Poland’s capital city – Warsaw, whose Old Town is a UNESCO-listed heritage site. 

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This province is great for health resorts and spas on the Baltic Sea as well as many interesting historical sites. Highlights include the UNESCO-listed Castle of the Teutonic Order in Malbork, two national parks (Słowiński and Tuchola Forest) also cultural and historical ones, starting with the region’s capital of Gdańsk.

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Pomorskie Voivodship

This is a region with many valued historical sites, castles and palaces. It also has plenty of natural areas including two national parks (Wielkopolska National Park and part of Drawa National Park), which hold great potential for active tourism such as the Great Wielkopolska Loop. The region’s capital is Poznań is Poland’s most important trade-fair centre.

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Śląśkie (Silesia) is one of the most important industrial regions of Poland. Silesia’s largest city and historical capital is Wrocław, and the major metropolitan area is the Upper Silesian metro area with Katowice at its center. The multiethnic heritage of the region delivers deep and enriching cultural exploration of local history, tradition, and customs.

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Did you know Poland was one of the first countries to sign the UNESCO Convention for the Protection of World Heritage? Explore Poland's rich cultural and natural heritage, boasting seventeen UNESCO World Heritage sites. 

From historic city centers like Kraków and Warsaw to unique underground structures such as the Royal Salt Mines, there's plenty to offer for every traveler's interest. 

Discover religious landmarks like the Churches of Peace and stunning natural wonders like the Białowieża Forest and the Ancient Beech Forests, providing countless experiences for your clients to enjoy.

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Polish jewels in the UNESCO crown 

Top UNESCO gems in Poland to include in your client's itinerary

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Flavours of Polish cuisine

Poland's culinary scene offers a delightful blend of time-honored traditions and modern twists. Travelers can explore a rich tapestry of flavors, from the beloved pierogi filled with an assortment of ingredients to comforting soups like broth.

For a taste of tradition, they can savor dishes like bigos, a robust hunter's stew, and the classic pork chop, a cherished Sunday meal in Polish homes. To satisfy their sweet cravings, indulgent desserts like cheesecake, poppy seed cake, and apple pie beckon, each showcasing Poland's delectable sweet heritage.

Family-friendly attractions

Poland presents an array of captivating family-friendly activities, ensuring unforgettable adventures for all ages, rain or shine. From the interactive exhibits at the Copernicus Science Centre in Warsaw to the underwater wonders at the Gdynia Aquarium, children can explore the mysteries of science and the deep sea.

For those seeking thrills, the unique water park in Reda offers slides passing through tanks of live sharks, while the Suntago Water Park near Warsaw promises a day of aquatic fun with its numerous pools and slides.

Meanwhile, underground adventures await at the Guido Mine in Zabrze and the Historic Silver Mine in Tarnowskie Góry, offering boat tours and insights into Poland's mining history.

Families can also embark on educational journeys at the Museum of Toys and Play in Kielce, where historical toy exhibitions and interactive play zones await, or delve into the world of colors and lights at the Funzeum in Gliwice.

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