The World Heritage-listed Bialowieza is Europe’s last virginal forest, covering 1,500sqkm of pristine land on the eastern side of the country bordering with Belarus.
Revel in the musical riches of Poland’s historical second city, whose countless concert venues even include a chapel deep within a salt mine.
Not far from Poland’s capital are two historical sites, the Wieliczka salt mine and the Auschwitz-Birkenau museum, both of which transport travelers to a different time.
From snowy walks through a fairytale castle to warming hot chocolate and cherry vodka, embrace and escape the cold on a winter’s break to Poland’s second city.
The continent’s rich history of scientific discovery and wondrous natural sights are sure to inspire all kinds of brainiacs, from physics buffs to fossil hunters.
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