Tourism

In Poland, we have everything: beautiful coastal beaches and sand dunes, glacier-carved lake districts, lowlands as flat as a pancake, splendid forests, old and new mountains (including the only table-like mountains in Europe!), even a desert. Just you try to say that Poland does not live in wealth!

Practical information

How to get there? Where to stay? What to watch out for? With this practical guide, sightseeing in Poland will be a pleasure.

Poland

Europe’s geographical centre is near Warsaw,so it’s only right to say that all roads lead to Poland. Visit us and discover Poland for yourself!

By air

By air, Warsaw is only an hour away from most European capitals. You can take a quick and convenient flight to several Polish cities, including those which are especially popular with tourists.

By road

In Poland you drive on the right-hand side of the road. The network of motorways and expressways is expanding all the time; you will have no difficulty renting a car.

By rail

Poland is crisscrossed by almost 20,000 km of railroad tracks. You can reach our country by train directly from such cities as Paris, Berlin, Amsterdam, Budapest, Moscow and Kyiv.

By sea

Our major ports are Gdansk, Gdynia, Szczecin and Swinoujscie. Poland has a number of convenient ferry connections, including with Scandinavia. Yachts from all over the world are increasingly calling at our ports.


Recommended trails

In Poland, you will find kilometres of ski slopes, horse riding trails, kayak trips down the rivers, tourist trails, bicycle trails and much more. You can begin by trying out one of the trails below. Learn more by visiting the Urban tourism, Active leisure and Nature sections.