What makes Poland a charming and adorable country is the most humble and generous people, the outrageous sights, breath-taking cityscapes and wondrous infrastructure. The cities development goes through thousands of renovations and reconstructions, the epic twists and turns have managed to attract more and more travellers to it. Food is another reason, the tasteful delights are unbearable to avoid. With having chic and medieval big names like Krakow, Warsaw and Wroclaw, Poland becomes 34th most populous country of the world and the ninth largest one in Europe. Let’s take you to a tour of 5 Best Underrated Cities of Poland That Deserves a Visit.
#1 on our list of 5 Best Underrated Cities of Poland That Deserves a Visit is Krakow which is Poland’s 2nd largest city and also one of the oldest in the country dating back to the 7th century. Technically the city has been an important leading centre of artistic and cultural life. The city has its own charm and travellers love the sights and awe-inspiring cityscapes of Krakow. The city is undoubtedly one of the pure jewels of the Central Europe and the first city to have a UNESCO World Heritage Site inclusion in 1978 which is the historic centre of Krakow.
The city’s main attractions include Archdiocesan Museum, the Bunkier Sztuki gallery, Auschwitz Concentration Camp and the church of St. Peter. Enjoy the yumminess of scrumptious food with numerous eating tours and local beverages are a must try.
The list of 5 Best Underrated Cities of Poland That Deserves a Visit includes Warsaw which is the Capital city of Poland and the largest one too, it is situated in the east central Poland, and with a population of 2666 million it becomes the 9th most populous capital city. According to the Economist Intelligence United, it ranked as the 32nd most liveable city of the world, it is often referred with names like the chic cultural capital of Eastern Europe with thriving art and club scenes and serious restaurants.
Warsaw is a global city and a famous international travel destination; it is a city with numerous entertainment venues and restaurants. The food here is kind of affordable and you will love how the traditional polish people eat, or you can simply say the witty city knows well how to have fun.
The highlights include the Warsaw Rising Museum, Neon Museum, Palace of Culture and Science, Lazienki Park, the Royal Castle, the Chopin museum and the old town square.
Wroclaw is also one of the largest cities of Poland situated on the Oder River; Wroclaw is the capital city of Silesia. At many spots in history, Wroclaw was included and became a part of Hungary, Germany and Prussia; in 1945 it became a part of Poland. Wroclaw became the European capital of culture in 2016 and also the World Book Capital whereas in 2015 it was declared as the “Best City to Live’’. Wroclaw will be a host city of World Games in 2017 and IFLA World Conference.
Wroclaw is one of the most colourful cities of the world, the buildings and streets are painting beautifully and some of the street art has made it another wondrous option to travel to. You can simply enjoy walking with a cup of coffee on the streets and chatting with the locals as they are the most humble and happy people.
The bridges, bars, coffee stops and the open air sculptures add more charm to the city, other highlights of Wroclaw includes; Wroclaw fountain, Wroclaw Zoo, Wroclaw open air sculptures, The Market Square, Centennial Hall, Wroclaw Cathedral, Szczytnicki Park, and the Racławice Panorama.
Gdansk has some unique feel and vibe that differs it from other big names of Poland, it is may be due to the wealthy and worth mentioning city’s past that makes it what it is today. It lies on the Baltic coast, and is a principal seaport of Poland; it is also the capital of the Gdansk Pomerania. Though the city has an older vibe yet the modern Gdansk proves to be an energetic one and its dynamic history is enough to prove that.
It still has some buildings that has been through the massive reconstruction and are found there survived still. Some of its major attractions include the National Museum, the Gdansk Shakespeare Theatre, the Neptune’s fountain, the Golden Gate, the Long Street and the Prison Tower.
Poznan is a city straddling on the River Warta; it is well recognized for its renaissance old town. The city is an important part of Poland, being a business and culture centre; it is referred as one of the oldest cities of the country and has been an important city to contribute towards the history of Poland. Poznan is sometimes called as an extraordinary city with having its own alluring charm and beauty.
Some of the attractions of Poznan include the Poznan Cathedral, the Palm House, the city centre, the old brewery, a walk around the river bank, Lake Malta and its views, the imperial castle, the Poznan Town Hall and the Archcathedral Basilica of St. Peter and St. Paul.
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