Travel to Poland during the summer months of June, July, and August, and you will be welcomed with festivals, outdoor concerts, and warm weather. Enjoy the sunshine on historic squares and relax with a cool Polish beer or your favorite flavor of lody (“ice cream. in Polish language). Take tours to countryside attractions to learn more about what the country of Poland has to offer.
When you have exhausted your options within major cities, take to the countryside to visit attractions that are especially appealing when the weather is warm and tows are plentiful. For example, from Kraków, it’s possible to visit the cool, underground chambers of the Wieliczka Salt Mine or the Black Madonna of Czestochowa. From Gdansk Malbork Castle is a short train ride, but many other Polish Castles and Polish World Heritage sites can be accessed from destination cities. You can also use summer to visit some of Poland’s regions. For example, Silesia is known for its eye-catching natural landscapes and for notable sites like the Peace Churches of Swidnica and Jawor. Malopolska is rich with castles and history.
plentiful – liczny
chamber – sala
mine – kopalnia
notable – godny uwagi