Poland is back with a bang on the World Tourism Scene. Enigmatic cities like Warsaw, Krakow and Gdansk have all been trimmed up, while at the outskirts of urban areas there are pristine forests, alluring mountains and mesmerizing lakes. Whether you fancy painting your body with neon or are looking for serenity in the lap of nature. Here is our pick of 3 Polish experiences which will completely mesmerize you regardless of your orientations.
Skim through the Great Masurian Lakes
In the northeast of Poland, there is a huge network of interlinked lakes and rivers. This natural bounty remains unsung for reasons unknown. From Spring to Autumn, boat lovers from across the globe, paddle the Lake Sniardwy or Lake Niegocin and embrace the charm of nature. The more audacious people go for the Krutynia River. The towns of Gizycko and Mikołajki are good to base oneself in for exploring the nary watery fantasies.
Burn the Floor in Kazimierz
Poles are fanatic about partying. Poznan, Wrocław and Warsawall have decent array of chic clubs and bars but none matches the buzz of Krakow's Kazimierz district. For centuries it was inhabited by Jews but after WWII the buildings were abandoned. But in the past two decades, the area has been swayed by energetic clubs and not to mention it has been transformed in to a evening hotspot for frolicking and socializing. Mleczarnia and Miejsce have got a strong reputation for their drinks whereas Alchemia’s parties are fast becoming a legend.
Escape to the Carpathian Mountains, a Spiritual Home for Adrenaline Junkies
Poland is almost flat throughout, but the south corner of the country is run by dramatic Carpathians which extends from Germany to Ukraine. The Karkonosze range is the save heaven for bikers, while Zakopane, just south of Krakow is like a fantasy come alive for Skiers. The most profound though is the Bieszczady range in the farthest southeast. A perfect place to ditch the crowds, a hiker’s paradise and so isolated that people are outnumbered by the lynx there.
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