A UNESCO Trail
Do you want to see the real gems of Poland? Get ready to explore the amazing places you won’t find anywhere else in the world. You will fall in love with the pristine nature, breathtaking landscapes, vibrant culture and rich historical heritage.
What's on the agenda?
Malbork – this biggest Gothic castle in the world will surely make a huge impression on every history lover.
Torun – visit the birthplace of Nicolas Copernicus, the scientist who revolutionized astronomy.
Bialowieza Forest – appreciate the natural beauty of the oldest natural forest in Europe that is a home to the European bison and many other unique species.
Warsaw Old Town – explore the very heart of Warsaw, almost completely destroyed during the war, then rebuilt and now bustling with life more than ever before.
Zamosc – find out why it’s also known as the “Jewel of the Renaissance”.
Malopolska region – experience the magic of Cracow Old Town, get enchanted by the wooden churches of southern Małopolska, visit the Bernardines Monastery in Kalwaria Zebrzydowska and Auschwitz-Birkenau extermination camp museum, see the underground beauty of Wieliczka Salt Mine.
Wroclaw – Centennial Hall & Swidnica & Jawor – get to see the biggest exhibition hall of its times made of reinforced concrete and two unique wooden places of worship in Europe.
Muzakowski Park – admire one of the finest examples of garden art in Europe located on the border with Germany.