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Castles, battles, kings and wars, Poland's history is vast and vivid. From well-worn Gothic buildings to restored ruins spanning the centuries, Poland's cities are each beautiful in their own, sometimes battle-scarred, way. Once you land in Poland, you'll be treated to unspoiled scenery right across the country with lakes, beaches and mountains surrounding its historic hubs. 

Poland: CracowKrakow's Market Square

Sitting pretty between the Baltic Sea and Carpathian Mountains, capital city Warsaw will likely be your first port of call. Its 'Centrum' area makes for a great introduction to Poland, spread over several districts home to museums, eateries, and the charming Old Town. 

Elegant Krakow, the so-called 'cultural capital' of Poland, boasts a Heritage-listed city centre, with a blend of modish bars and medieval meeting places. A stately Polish city, Krakow maintains a youthful vibrancy thanks to its large student population. If you'd like to delve deeper into Poland's intriguing culture, make your way to Lublin, Poznan, Wroclaw and Gdnask. 

Poland: Moszna SilesiaThe Moszna Castle

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