When visiting Europe, few travelers go farther east compared to now-super-popular Czech Republic and Croatia. Very good example: Poland. Despite becoming a member state on the Eu since May 2004, the land still takes care of not achieve many itineraries as travelers fear visiting a dreary country — an erroneous cliché that seems hard to shake for former USSR states. People in the know, however, are conscious of Poland can be a stunner — Gdańsk and Kraków alone can make anyone weak during the knees. So, to be able to you could make your trip to Europe less predictable, but nonetheless fill it up with amazing architecture and outdoor experiences, acquiring a quality 11 wonderful things that you can do in Poland.
Photos by Emily Kaszton, words by Morgane Croissant