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Six Must-Visit Places in Poland

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From top restaurants and inviting lounges and bars to royal castles and medieval sites, Poland is a wonderful mix of old and new. Here are six places you’ll want to include on your itinerary.
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Warsaw, Poland
Your trip will likely begin at Warsaw Chopin Airport, your entryway to this fascinating capital. Warsaw sprawls across a broad area—and an even broader array of architectural styles. The 13th-century Old Town Square has been painstakingly...
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Łódź, Poland
In its heyday, Lodz, which sits almost right in the center of Poland, played a key role in the country’s Industrial Revolution and was one of the wealthiest commercial centers in Europe. Today, Lodz is Poland’s third-largest city and a creative...
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Kraków, Poland
The magnificent Wawel Castle, historic churches, excellent museums, Europe’s largest medieval square, and a vibrant food scene are among the many reasons to visit Krakow. Once the country’s capital, Krakow is a haven for art, architecture, and...
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Bobolice 1, 42-320 Bobolice, Poland
When you are in Krakow, it’s worth exploring the nearby string of medieval castles known as the Trail of the Eagles’ Nests. One of the most popular hiking trails in Poland, it begins in Krakow, passes through a fairy-tale chain of 25 castles and...
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Sokolica, Poland
Poland is a must-visit not only thanks to its culture, history, and cuisine, but for its natural beauty too. Verdant forests and alpine lakes abound, and the section of the Carpathian Mountains along the country’s southern border are astounding....
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Koszykowa 63, 00-667 Warszawa, Poland
How many international restaurants can you squeeze into one space? Warsaw’s trendy Hala Koszyki is trying to find out. This breathtaking, historic hall is every foodie’s and architecture enthusiast’s dream. Grab some sashimi, Italian gelato,...