Poland has grown as one of Europe’s greatest post-communist success stories. 

This country on the Baltic Sea has risen above a grim history to become a popular tourist attraction, mainly known for medieval architecture, hearty cuisine, and Jewish heritage. You may travel outside the cities to a Poland that remains undisturbed by time. Or spend some time trying some of the most famous pastries in the country like the rose jam ponsky or the cherry and cinnamon strudel. To visit this charming country, you will need to make a currency exchange to the zloty.

 

Let’s make a visit to 5 of the top places to visit in Poland: