Poland’s Top Cities Can’t be Missed

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One of the hottest countries in Europe that has emerged as a tourist destination in recent years is Poland. This Eastern European country has a collection of sites to see, and an enviable repertoire of cities that more and more people are discovering.

Here are three Polish cities that you should absolutely go visit.


This southern Polish city is arguably one of the most beautiful cities in all of Europe. With a bustling Old Town that has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site as well as a variety of historical and religious landmarks, Krakow is a city that you definitely must put on your list.


Did you know that Poland has a major city located on the ocean? Well, it’s true, and Gdansk’s location on the Baltic Coast gives it a unique vibe that you won’t find in the country’s other cities. The influence of nearby Germany and the Baltic States give this city of 466,000 a unique cultural vibe that you are sure to adore.


Poland’s capital and largest city of Warsaw might have seen a lot of its historical landmarks destroyed during World War II, but this city has risen from the ashes and become one of the most fascinating cities in Europe. The Presidential Palace and Royal Castle are must-visits here.