Poland is an interesting choice for a tour. You cannot cover all the beautiful towns in Poland unless you are on a long trip. Here is a list of the best of them.
This picturesque town is situated on the banks of San river. The Carpathian Mountains make an amazing landscape. The city’s rich and engaging history spans over a thousand years. It is sacrilege to miss the stunning architecture of the Sanok Castle. The one of a kind Icon collection is the jewel on Sanok’s crown.
This is one of the most popular beautiful towns in Poland. The ‘winter capital of Poland’ is situated at the foothills of the gorgeous Tatra Mountains. Bustling with tourists, this town has something to offer all year long. Summers are perfect for hiking or climbing. Winters offer the best winter sports. Don’t forget to try osckypek, a special delicacy of Zakopane.
This important commercial centre of a bygone era was once famous for its “hundred towers.” Most of it by now have turned into dust because of WW II. However, the town hall and the town centre have been renovated. The Jacob and Agnes’ Church stand testament to its past grandeur. The famous 1701 marble Triton Fountain by Bernini has a counterpart here.
Beautiful Gothic churches, stunning Romanesque architecture, and baroque front pieces make Kraków irresistible. This hub of unique bohemian cafes and jazz joints along with hidden trinket markets makes it one of the most beautiful towns in Poland. Wieliczka Salt Mine is also situated within the precincts of Kraków.
Cocooned between waterways and wetlands of the delta of Vistula, Malbork is studded with numerous Gothic structures, one of which is the Malbork castle, a UNESCO World Heritage site. The Gothic Malbork castle, situated on the banks of Nogat River, is one of the largest fortifications.
Poznań is one of the oldest and most beautiful towns in Poland. It offers the perfect blend of history and culture. This pastel-painted town is famous for the Saint Martin’s croissants and Saint John’s Fair.
The beautifully medieval Old Town in Toruń is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Toruń is well known for its Gingerbread Museum and Teutonic architecture including the famous Toruń Cathedral.
Toeing the border between Slovakia and Poland, Chocholow has a treat for tourists for every season. Located between the picturesque High and Low Tatra Mountain, this tiny town has wooden structures built by Góral highlanders in the 19th century.
Reszel, like Chocholow, contains remnants of Teutonic architecture, making it one of the most beautiful towns in Poland. It houses an impressive Gothic castle and a stunning church which has the ability to transport us back in time.
The historical town of Olsztyn is a potpourri of Polish, Prussian, and Teutonic cultures. It is situated on the Lyna River. Apart from its breathtaking natural beauty, this town also has numerous water bodies which heighten the beauty of its lush green scenery.
Explore all the beautiful towns in Poland at your leisure. Plan a long trip just for Poland because you are bound to fall in love.