Poland tours offer travellers the perfect chance to escape the everyday and experience the breathtaking landscapes, rich culture, and complex history that makes this Central European country so unique. Home to sandy beaches along the Baltic Coast in the north and the snow capped peaks of the Carpathian Mountains to the south, Poland is a beautifully scenic country that begs to be explored. Whether you plan to bike, hike, climb, or drive, there are countless outdoor adventures to be had on Poland tours.
For those travellers who prefer to absorb local culture and learn about history, Poland tours offer a wealth of opportunity. From the historic city center of Gdańsk to the impressive walls of Malbork Castle, the intricate architecture of Poland is truly a sight to behold. And if trying new foods is one of your favourite parts about travelling, local dishes like borscht, pierogi, cabbage rolls, and herring will be sure to excite your taste buds! There is so much to do, see, and taste on Polish tours that you will feel the need to hurry back for another holiday!
When is the Best Time to Visit Poland?
Depending on the nature of your trip, the best time to visit Poland will be either the summer months of June-August, or the Autumn months of September and October.
The summer months are the best time to visit Poland if you plan on spending plenty of time outdoors sightseeing and enjoying outdoor activities like hiking and biking, as the weather during this time will be hot and dry; however, this is also the peak season for tourists, so you may want to plan your trip accordingly.
For those who want to avoid the crowds, the autumn season of September-October is the best time to visit Poland, as you will encounter far fewer tourists. Weather during this time will be slightly cooler, but still warm enough to spend time outdoors, meaning this is a great time to visit and experience some of the attractions that would be very busy during the summer months.
Types of Tours in Poland
There are a number of different types of tours in Poland that are available depending on seasonality and availability, which will allow you to plan out your perfect adventure. From walking tours through historic cities to bike tours in ecologically diverse national forests, check out these incredible Poland tours to learn more:
Bike Tours in Poland
While there are plenty of outdoor activities that showcase the natural beauty of Poland’s landscape, one of the most popular has got to by exploring the country by bike. Whether you plan to bike through the Masurian Lakeland, cycle along the banks of the Vistula River, or travel along the Baltic Coast on the way to Gdańsk, there are plenty of amazing bike tours in Poland that will make for the adventure of a lifetime.
Frequently Asked Questions About Poland
How many days in Poland is enough?
If you want to experience some city highlights and also travel to surrounding areas, it is best to spend at least 10 days in Poland, although you could certainly spend several weeks!
Is Poland a good place to visit?
Poland is a good place to visit for a number of different reasons including its delicious food, friendly locals, rich culture, fascinating history, beautiful architecture, breathtaking landscapes, and so much more!
What is the prettiest place in Poland?
While there are a number of beautifully scenic regions in Poland, many travellers consider Białowieża Forest to be the most beautiful.
Is Warsaw or Krakow better?
It’s hard to choose whether Warsaw or Krakow is better, as they are unique in their own ways; however, Krakow is a much smaller and friendlier city, while Warsaw is larger and busier. Both are great options if you want to get a taste of Polish city life.
Do they speak English in Poland?
While not an official language, many Polish people can speak English, particularly in larger cities. In fact, in a ranked survey of 100 countries with English speaking skills, Poland placed 16th!
Poland Tour Highlights
Situated along the border between Poland and Belarus, Białowieża Forest is one of the last remaining sections of a large primeval forest that once covered much of the European Plain. Designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the forest covers an area of over 1418km², some of which lies within Białowieża National Park on the Polish side of the border. Białowieża Forest is perhaps best known for being the home of Europe’s heaviest land animal, the European Bison, of which there are approximately 800 animals within its boundary.
Malbork Castle, also known as the Castle of the Teutonic Order in Malbork, is a fortress near Malbork, Poland that dates back to the 13th Century. The original purpose of the castle was to strengthen the Teutonic Order’s hold over the region after they had conquered Prussia and suppressed the Prussian Uprising. Designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1997, Malbork Castle was actually the largest brick castle in the world upon its completion in 1406. It hosts approximately 500,000 visitors per year.
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Eastern Poland Family-Friendly Bike Tour
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Added to the UNESCO World Heritage List in 1979, the Polish part of the Białowieża Forest is one of the last places where you can see the ecosystem of the lowland forest with your own eyes. The Eastern Poland Family-Friendly Bike Tour is a spectacular journey that will showcase the home of over 800 European bison, as well as 50 species of mammals, around 200 species of birds and 1,000 species of insects.
Masurian Lakeland Self-Guided Bike Tour
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Masuria, also called “the land of a thousand lakes,” is a charming district of Poland and the setting for the Masurian Lakeland Self-Guided Bike Tour. Characteristic of this area are gentle hills and mighty dark forests, which cover almost 30% of Masuria. Above all, the lakes have shaped the face of Masuria. The largest is called Śniardwy and is a Masurian Sea with an area of 110 square kilometers. You’ll ride from lake to lake, stopping to swim or fish where you please. Enjoy a relaxed paddling tour and an organ concert to add depth to your biking adventures.
Biking Along the Vistula – Cracow to Warsaw
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The Biking Along the Vistula: Cracow to Warsaw tour is among the most popular in Poland. The route leads along the Vistula valley from Cracow to atmospheric Kazimierz Dolny, passing through many picturesque towns that date back to the reign of Kazimierz the Great. During the trip, you will stop off at some of the most important towns between Cracow and Warsaw. Thanks to the low difficulty level, this route is suitable for anyone who wants to explore the region by bike.
Masurian Lake District Cycling Tour
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Warmia and Masuria, also known as the land of a thousand lakes, is a unique water system in Europe that features a series of picturesque lakes connected by a network of rivers and streams. In addition to the natural beauty that can be found here, you will also find countless monuments and historic sites dedicated to the region’s rich past, such as the world-famous St. Mary’s Church in Gdansk, the largest brick castle in Europe in Malbork, the imposing cathedral in Frombork, and Adolf Hitler’s eastern headquarters known as the Wolf’s Lair in Gierloz. This area offers not only these fascinating cultural impressions, but also lets you experience untouched nature.
Cycling the Baltic Coast to Gdansk
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Located in the north of the country, Poland’s Baltic coast is a beautifully serene place. Here you will find the island of Wolin, the eastern part of the island of Uznam, the Hela peninsula, numerous coastal lakes, cliffs and world-famous sand dunes, which can be found in the Slowinzer National Park near Leba. In total, the Polish Baltic Sea coast has more than 500 km of sandy beaches and is suitable for both water sports and sunbathing. Grab a bicycle and let yourself be enchanted by the beauty of the Polish Baltic Sea coast!
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