A cultural and scenic perspective of Poland
Warsaw: Warsaw, Poland's historic capital, stands on the Vistula River.
Old Town Market Square: What better way to begin seeking a perspective on Poland than by exploring the city's historic center.
Copernicus Science Centre: Let them loose in the fascinating Copernicus Science Centre.
Museum of the History of Polish Jews: Poland's Jewish heritage is celebrated—and commemorated—with this excellent cultural facility.
Palace of Culture and Science: Completed in 1955, the Palace of Culture and Science stands as a monumental reminder of Stalinist-era architecture.
Wilanow Palace: Dating back to 1696, this former royal palace located in the Wilanow district of Warsaw.
Warsaw Uprising Museum: Dedicated to the Warsaw Uprising, this extraordinary museum chronicles the courageous effort by the Polish underground.
Royal Castle: Warsaw's Royal Castle is one of the most distinguished buildings in the Polish capital.
Lazienki Park: Residents and visitors alike unwind in the serene surroundings of Lazienki Park.
Wieliczka Salt Mine: Away from Warsaw, the rest of Poland greets visitors with a collection of truly remarkable destinations.