Looking for the best landmarks in Poland for your European bucket list?

Poland, where history and nature intertwine to create a tapestry of cultural richness and scenic beauty, invites explorers to delve into its past and present.

From the architectural marvels that stand as testaments to centuries of history to the natural wonders that showcase the country’s geographical diversity, Poland is a destination that promises unforgettable experiences.

If you thought Poland was just about pierogi and potent vodka, well, you’re not entirely wrong.

But let me tell you; it’s also a treasure trove of jaw-dropping landmarks that tell tales as rich and varied as the ingredients in a hearty Polish stew.

We’ll explore castles that have stood the test of time, natural wonders that will have you questioning whether you’ve stepped into a fairytale, and off-the-beaten-path gems that are Poland’s best-kept secrets.

So, lace up your most comfortable walking shoes, and let’s set off on this adventure together.

And remember, in Poland, every corner hides a story, every alley whispers legends, and every landmark is a chapter in the grand, unfolding story of this incredible country.

Thanks to my month-long solo trip to Poland, I was able to visit as many stunning Polish landmarks as possible, each surprising me in different ways.

Ready to explore? Czujesz się szczęśliwy? (Feeling lucky?)

Let’s dive into the heart of the country and discover the landmarks in Poland that make this country truly unforgettable.



If you are visiting Krakow, one of the top landmarks in Poland you should visit is Wawel Castle, the crown jewel of Kraków. 

It was a rainy night as I joined a less-than-full night walking tour in November when I was in Poland for over a month.

Since it was raining, the guide cut short the tour. I had fallen in love with the castle, and imagine my disappointment!

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Mist covered Wawel Castle

So I went ahead and booked another walking tour during the day, and luckily, it was worth my money and time, thanks to the sunshine. 

During the day is when I noticed that this isn’t just a castle; it’s a symbol of Polish pride and resilience. 

Imagine walking through centuries of history, where every stone tells a tale of kings, battles, and, let’s not forget, dragons. 

Yes, you heard that right, dragons!

Wawel Castle is an impressive castle with a rich history and architecture that is now a mix of Renaissance, Baroque and medieval styles. 

Did you know? it is one of the popular free things to do in Krakow.

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It is free to enter the extensive gardens or the exteriors of this UNESCO heritage site-listed castle.

Nestled on the banks of the Vistula River on Wawel Hill, Wawel Castle is open to visitors as early as 6 AM(check online before you go).

So, if you are here during the peak months, I highly recommend joining morning tours to avoid the crowds.

If you want to get the best captures and views of Wawel Castle, I recommend going to the Debnicki Bridge on the other side of the river, which can be reached by walking along the bed.

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The Wawel Cathedral within the premises is another free and worthy-to-visit attraction in Krakow. 

Note that for other attractions like the Royal Tombs, the Sigismund Bell Tower, and the Cathedral Museum, you need to buy tickets.

Dragon’s Den is a cave with a monster-legend behind it.

Believed to be home to dragons, you can check out the entire underground area for some fun.

  • How to Reach: Hop on a tram or take a leisurely walk from the Old Town. 
  • Opening Hours: Varies by season, but generally 9:30 AM to 5:00 PM.
  • Entry Fees: It depends on the exhibit, but plan for around 25 PLN.
  • Best Time to Visit: Spring or fall, when the crowds are thinner


The list of beautiful Polish landmarks is incomplete without mentioning Malbork Castle, the largest castle in the world by land area.

I was researching on the day trips from Gdansk, the coastal city in the north of Poland.


That’s when I learned I could explore Malbork Castle, which would not be just another castle.

Yes, for starters, Malbork Castle is the largest in the world in terms of area.

With Malbork Castle’s size being over 52 acres, it is also the largest brick structure in the world.

Malbork Castle is a masterpiece of medieval fortress architecture built in the 13th century by the Teutonic Knights.

This brick castle is a testament to the order’s power and wealth.

  • How to Reach: Train from Gdańsk.
  • Opening Hours: Summer, 10:00 AM to 7:00 PM; they shorten the hours in winter probably to give the ghosts some privacy.
  • Entry Fees: Around 45 PLN.
  • Best Time to Visit: Summer to explore the extensive grounds


Wieliczka is a UNESCO-protected 13th-century salt mine consisting of underground tunnels. 

Open only during the summer, this underground mine would take you through the deep tunnels leading to the mines and the only underground chapel in the world.

Not your average mine, Wieliczka plunges you into an underground world of chapels, lakes, and sculptures, all carved from salt. 

It’s like stepping into a fantasy novel, minus the dragons.

A must-visit if you are traveling in summer. 

Again, it’s closer to Krakow and I would recommend traveling from there if Krakow is on your itinerary.

It’s a testament to the ingenuity and spirit of the Polish people.

  • How to Reach: A short trip from Kraków. Easily reached by bus or train from Kraków.
  • Opening Hours: 7:30 AM – 7:30 PM in the summer, shorter hours in the off-season.
  • Entry Fees: Approximately 89 PLN for adults, with discounts available.
  • Best Time to Visit: Year-round, offering a fantastic escape from the summer heat and a unique experience in the winter.


In the heart of Kraków’s Main Market Square, the Cloth Hall is a testament to medieval commerce.

While exploring the Krakow market square, the Cloth Hall is something that grabs your attention first. I just loved how medieval it feels, while walking inside passing through all the souvenir shops.

One of the most popular landmarks in Poland, it is worth a quick stroll that you cannot miss

Krakow cloth hall

It is one of the oldest medieval structures in Europe, and it certainly feels medieval being here.

It is one of the cutest markets that I visited in Poland.

Walk back in time to browsing stalls that sell some of the finest Polish handicrafts.

It’s like stepping into a Renaissance fair, but every day!

How to Reach: A stroll through Kraków’s Old Town.

Best Time to Visit: Early morning or late evening to avoid the crowds.


As you pass by the shipyards, you can’t help feeling as if you have arrived in a Dutch city like Amsterdam.

With canals and Dutch-styled buildings, I instantly remembered my travels in Amsterdam a few weeks ago.

Gdansk shipyard

What you can’t miss amidst these elegant uniform buildings is the Crane, which sits on the Motlawa River. It stands out today due to its antique appearance.

Our guide explained the mechanism of how it worked, and I couldn’t stop being amazed by the engineering feat of medieval times.

The Crane is one of the defining symbols of Gdansk, which was once a defensive fort, port crane and town gate.

In its heyday, it was the biggest working crane in the world, with a lifting capacity of four tonnes to a height of 36 feet (11 metres).

It used to transfer cargo and place masts on ships, with the wheels powered by men walking (or running) inside them.

Sadly, 80% of it was destroyed in The Battle for Gdansk in 1945.

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After the war, it was rebuilt, and part of it is now at the National Maritime Museum.

There are also permanent exhibitions detailing life in the port between the 16th and 18th centuries, as well as models of lighthouses and life-size recreations of counting houses.


No visit to Poland is complete without paying respects at Auschwitz-Birkenau, where history’s darkest hours are remembered.

It’s a powerful, sobering experience that echoes the importance of peace and humanity.

Auschwitz is the place where the most gruesome concentration camps of WW II are located.

It’s not a pleasant day trip to take, but history is to be known.

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However, I would suggest you avoid it if traveling with young children. There are trains and buses from Auschwitz to Warsaw. 

Alternatively, you could opt for any of these guided, inclusive tours.

This low-cost combinational tour of Auschwitz and Krakow from Warsaw is worth if you are short and time and want to do both without digging deep in your pocket.

If you want to opt for a private combo tour, this one is good.

How to Reach: The Auschwitz-Birkenau Full-Day Group Tour is worth doing if you want a cheaper trip to the camp alone.

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This tour is highly popular, has great reviews and gets sold out often.

  • Opening Hours: 7:30 AM – 7:00 PM in summer, shorter in winter.
  • Entry Fees: Free, but guided tours require a fee of around 60 PLN.
  • Best Time to Visit: Booking a tour in advance is recommended. Visit during quieter months, like late fall or early spring, for a more reflective experience.


Okay, this is the last park, I promise. But you will agree that it certainly should be among the 

After covering all the top attractions in the capital city I was looking for unusual things to do in Warsaw.

That’s when I stumbled upon Lazienki.

This palace-and-garden complex is Warsaw’s most beautiful attraction. 

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It offers a glimpse into the royal lifestyle with its palaces, a theater, and peacocks roaming freely.

Lazienki is not only the largest park in Warsaw but also probably the loveliest among its 70+ parks. 

Earlier, this park served as a huge bathing area and later was the summer residence of the last king of Poland, popularly known as the Palace on Water.

This mammoth park, a part of the famous Warsaw Royal Route, has many amphitheatres, including the theatre on the aisle.

You can see orangeries, historic monuments, a quiet lake, botanical gardens and many lanes flanked by greenery, making Lazienki Park a perfect place to unwind or even have a picnic in the summer.

If you want to enjoy the park with a guide, there are two interesting tours that I would like you to sign up for. 

You can sign up for a private Gondola cruise tour around Lazienki, which also gives you skip-the-line tickets. 

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Or you can take this combo tour of Wilanow Palace and Lazienki, which is recommended if you are pressed for time.

  • How to Reach: Easily accessible by bus or tram in Warsaw.
  • Opening Hours: Gardens are open from dawn till dusk. Museum and buildings’ hours vary, typically 9:00 AM – 6:00 PM.
  • Entry Fees: Gardens are free. Museum and palace entry fees vary, around 20-40 PLN.
  • Best Time to Visit: May to September when the gardens are in full bloom and outdoor concerts occur.


The Royal Palace is the crown of the old town, and it is definitely one of the best things to do in Warsaw. 

This simple yet elegant castle has a long and interesting history, during which the various monarchs exerted their influence upon the people in all ways. 

The Polish king Zygmunt III Waza built the Royal Castle after moving the capital from Krakow to Warsaw. 

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A view of Warsaw Royal Palace at Night

This original castle has been restored many times throughout history, which makes it worth a visit.

Now known as the Royal Castle Museum, which is open to the public, you can check out the main attractions, such as the majestic Ballroom, Throne room, and Senate chamber.

If you are looking for a guided tour, I would suggest this Skip The Line Royal Castle Guided Tour, which is valid for one day. 

It is available in multiple languages and free to cancel for up to 24 hours.

  • How to Reach: Centrally located and easily accessible by public transport in Warsaw.
  • Opening Hours: 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM, closed on Mondays.
  • Entry Fees: Around 30 PLN, with some free admission days.
  • Best Time to Visit: Late spring or early fall for pleasant weather.


You’ll see that there are many churches in Krakow. 

There are about a hundred of them. The ancient ones are in Krakow, an old town.

Among them is St. Mary’s Church, older than the market square. Although it’s hard to tell, this church is one of the most impressive structures in the medieval old town.

The church’s tower has a fascinating history. 

This iconic brick church is famous for its wooden altarpiece carved by Veit Stoss and the Hejnał Mariacki.

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Every day in the evening, you can see a man playing the trumpet, a note being played from the 13th century. 

It is a traditional trumpet call played every hour from its highest tower.

The guard that played was shot with an arrow killing him instantly.

As a result, the guard stops playing mid-note even today. 

You can climb to the top of this tower for free, enjoy great views, and say hello to the guard.

  • How to Reach: Located in the Main Market Square of Kraków, easily accessible on foot.
  • Best Time to Visit: Early morning or during evening mass to avoid the crowds.
  • Opening Hours: Mon-Sat 11:30 AM – 6:00 PM, Sun 2:00 PM – 6:00 PM.
  • Entry Fees: Free for church services. A small fee (around 10 PLN) is charged for visiting the altarpiece.


Gdańsk’s Main Town, with its colourful facades and the iconic Neptune’s Fountain, is like stepping into a maritime fairytale and one of the must-visit landmarks in Poland to be added to your bucket list.

What’s different in the case of the old town of Gdansk is that the old town is not really old.

Gdansk was almost entirely wiped out in World War II.

So the old town was actually reconstructed to resemble the earlier buildings, which were all built in the Dutch Renaissance style because the earlier architects were from the Netherlands.

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Did you know? Most of the street names in the old town of Gdansk haven’t been changed in the last 500 years or so.

Also, unlike the old towns in other cities, you’ll not find a square.

Instead, the old town area is spread between the streets, beginning at Dluga street or Long street, and extends up to Dlugi Targ or the Long Market.

On the way, you’ll pass through the majestic Town Hall and Arthur’s Hall.

Neptune Fountain

I had joined a free walking tour of the old town, and the guide told us about the Royal route, which includes the Dluga street.

Encompassing many prominent buildings, it starts at Wyznna street and passes through Dlugi Targ, which ends at Brama Zielon.

I just navigated using Google maps to find the others not covered in the tour.

All the places are well-marked on the maps and you should be able to find them easily.

Here are some of the guided walking tours that you can try.

There are different types of tours to explore Gdansk old town, with some including audio guides.


Famously known as ‘The Versailles of Poland,’ Wilanow Palace is a classic example of Baroque architecture. The huge well-manicured is a lovely attraction against the light-yellow coloured Palace as the backdrop, parts of which are open to visitors.

The interiors of the Palace are magnificent too, complete with royal collections.

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You can take Skip the Line Wilanów Palace and Gardens Guided Tour from Warsaw, which includes transport, English guide and pickup from your hotel if you take the extended version of the tour.

Easy to book and recommended if you want to travel comfortably.

If you are interested in private guided tours, check this Private Wilanow Palace & Garden Tour, which covers the entry fees, and includes guides in multiple languages.

How to reach: Located in the Wilanow district, you can plan a day trip to the Palace easily as there are buses from the centre.

It takes about half an hour or so to reach the Palace premises.



Bialowieza National Park is not only the country’s oldest but also a UNESCO-listed site.

If you are a nature lover, then it should be one of your day trips from Warsaw.

It is home to rare European wild bison, deers, antelopes, hundreds of species of birds and plant life.

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Bird watching is one of the popular activities to do in the park. You need to take a guide to get access to the selected reserve areas.

It’s home to the European bison, the continent’s heaviest land animal.

How to get to Bialowieza: There is no direct transport option from Warsaw to Bialowieza except for the cab. If you are taking a train, then take a train Warszawa Centralna to Siedlce, and another to Hajnowka.

From Hajnowka, you can reach the park by cab. The entire journey would take about 4.5 to 5 hours and cost up to €30.

Guided tour:

If you want to avoid the hassles of arranging transport on your own, you can book this Full-Day Bialowieza National Park Tour, which takes care of commuting, your entry ticket, pickup from your hotel, and, delicious traditional Polish lunch.

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Opening Hours: Always open, but guided tours are recommended.

Entry Fees: Guided tour prices vary, starting around 60 PLN.

Best Time to Visit: Spring or autumn for the best wildlife spotting opportunities.


With over 2,000 lakes connected by rivers and canals, Masuria offers a paradise for sailors and nature lovers.

It’s like the Venice of Poland, but with more fish and fewer gondolas.

Located in Olsztynek region, the Masurian Lake District has many attractions to offer, mostly in nature. There are some tours that you can opt or plan it yourself. 

The lake is the main attraction, but the surrounding Napiwodsko-Ramucka near the Lyna river, the castle at Nidzica and the museum are other things to explore. 

It’s an ideal destination for sailing, kayaking, and exploring the great outdoors.

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How to reach Masurian Lake: There are regular trains from Warsaw to Olsztynek.

I would recommend this guided Canoe and Sailing Tour from Warsaw if you are keen on enjoying some water activities in the lake. The tour includes the equipment and Yacht cruise with dinner.

  • How to Reach: Best accessed by car from Warsaw or Gdańsk.
  • Opening Hours: The lakes and surrounding areas are accessible year-round.
  • Entry Fees: Free, though specific attractions and activities may charge their own fees.
  • Best Time to Visit: Summer, for water sports and exploring the lakes at their most lively.


One of the top places to visit in Zakopane is Tatra National Park, a UNESCO Heritage site, a Biosphere spanning across Slovakia and Poland.

The Tatras, Poland’s majestic mountain range, are a playground for adventurers and nature lovers alike. 

Whether hiking to Morskie Oko or skiing in Zakopane, the Tatras never disappoint.

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Located in the Tatra mountains, this renowned national park is home to many glacial lakes, plenty of well-marked hiking trails, and mountain biking paths.

You will be many nature lovers and trekkers during summer and winter. 

Rent a mountain bike and enjoy the stunning vistas in the national park, one of the best things to do in the Tatra mountains.

There are many designated biking trails(you can only bike on these), including the famous one leading to the Siwa Polana meadow, gorgeous Chcocholowska Valley.

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For trails outside the park, I’d recommend going to the village of Bialka Tatrzanska, especially if you are here in summer for sweeping views of the valley with majestic Tatra in the backdrop.

Recommended: Tatra Mountains and Zakopane Full-Day Trip from Krakow

  • How to Reach: Best accessed from Zakopane, the winter capital of Poland.
  • Opening Hours: The park is open 24/7, but specific attractions have their own hours.
  • Entry Fees: Entry to the park is free. Certain facilities and services may charge a fee.
  • Best Time to Visit: Summer for hiking, winter for skiing.


Apart from Bialowieza Forest, many other national parks in Poland are perfect for hiking in winter. 

Carpeted by the winter snow and the cold wind accompanying you, it is a unique experience to hike in these conserved sanctuaries where you can spot the best of wildlife and flora.

Bieszczady National Park bordering Slovakia and Ukraine offer stunning views of the Carpathian mountain ranges, and is one of the best landmarks in Poland.

It is one of the offbeat landmarks in Poland, so it is the best place for spending winter in Poland to enjoy its magical weather and natural beauty by yourself.

Part of the Carpathian mountain range, Bieszczady is known for its wide-open spaces, diverse wildlife, and iconic wooden churches.

It’s a haven for hikers, nature lovers, and those seeking solitude.


  • How to Reach: Best accessed by car; the nearest major city is Rzeszów.
  • Opening Hours: The national park is always open, but visitor centers have specific hours.
  • Entry Fees: A nominal fee for entering the national park (around 5-10 PLN).
  • Best Time to Visit: Late spring to early fall for the best hiking conditions.


You could also visit the Karkonosze Mountains, also known as the Giant Mountains, home to the Siedlecin Tower House, a unique mansion and other palaces and gardens.

Home to the mythical mountain spirit Rübezahl, Karkonosze National Park offers breathtaking landscapes, from rugged peaks to serene waterfalls. 

You could also go hiking in the Karkonoze, where trails originate from Szklarska Porba and Karpacz.

One of the most beautiful valleys here is the Sudeten Valley, where you can visit the palaces Paac Wojanow, Paomnica, and the gardens.

  • How to Reach: Best accessed from Wrocław or Jelenia Góra.
  • Best Time to Visit: Summer for hiking, winter for skiing.


Ojcow National Park is the smallest national park in the country and one of the beautiful offbeat landmarks in Poland. 

But it offers more experiences than you can enjoy in just a day.

Consisting of castles, caves and many fascinating trails, you can easily spend a day or two wandering in this beautiful park.

Don’t miss to check out unique rock formations in the park, famously known as White Hand Rocks.

Just a short drive from Kraków, Ojców National Park is one of the underrated landmarks in Poland.

  • How to Reach: Best reached by car or bus from Kraków.
  • Opening Hours: Open 24/7. Specific sites within the park may have different hours.
  • Entry Fees: No entry fee for the park. There are small fees for parking and some attractions.
  • Best Time to Visit: Spring and autumn for the best walking conditions and vibrant foliage.


The Dunajec River Gorge runs through the Pieniny Mountains in the south of Poland and the north of Slovakia. 

If you are a nature lover, I highly recommend adding this adventure to the list of natural landmarks in Poland.

The gorge is characterized by some of the most interesting geological and geomorphological structures and area-specific natural ecosystems with little anthropogenic influence

Experience the natural beauty of Poland by rafting through the Dunajec River Gorge.

Surrounded by towering limestone cliffs and lush greenery, it’s an adventure straight out of a landscape painting.

  • How to Reach: Accessible from Kraków or Zakopane; guided tours are available.
  • Opening Hours: Rafting times vary, typically available from April to October.
  • Entry Fees: Rafting tickets around 50-100 PLN per person.
  • Best Time to Visit: Late spring to early fall for the best rafting conditions.



One of the natural, offbeat landmarks in Poland is the crooked forest.

A peculiar sight, the Crooked Forest is home to around 400 pine trees that grow with a 90-degree bend at their base. 

The Crooked Forest is located in the village of Nowe Czarnowo near Gryfino, West Pomerania, in north-western Poland. 

It is a protected natural monument of Poland. This grove of 400 pines was planted in around 1930.

The reason behind this anomaly remains a mystery, making it a fascinating stop for curious travelers.

It’s a botanical puzzle that not even Sherlock Holmes could solve.

Also, I recommend spending a day or two in nearby Szczecin, which is about an hour away, especially if you are here for the winter around Christmas.

It is one of the Christmas markets in Poland that you can see if you prefer fewer crowds to bask in the Christmas glory in the country.

The Christmas markets in Szczecin are set up in three neighbourhoods – Plac Lotników, Plac Adamowicza, and Aleja Kwiatowa. 

  • How to Reach: Best with a car from Szczecin.
  • Opening Hours: Open 24/7.
  • Entry Fees: Free.
  • Best Time to Visit: Spring or fall for the most magical atmosphere.


Zalipie is a living folk art gallery that showcases Poland’s vibrant spirit, and one of the best offbeat landmarks in Poland.

In Zalipie, every house is a canvas adorned with colourful floral paintings that brighten the village with their vibrant hues. 

It’s a unique cultural tradition that has turned the village into a living folk art museum.

It’s like stepping into a living, breathing art gallery, where the exhibits are the homes.

  • How to Reach: Best accessed by car from Kraków or Tarnów.
  • Opening Hours: Visitors can explore the village year-round. The Painted Cottage (Malowana Chata) museum has specific hours.
  • Entry Fees: The village is free to visit. The Painted Cottage (Malowana Chata) museum charges a small fee, around 10 PLN.
  • The Best Time to Visit is spring and early summer, when the flowers, both painted and real, are in bloom.


How about loads of nature time as well as beach time? Add a visit to this park since it is one of the popular landmarks in Poland.

If that sounds fun, then one of the day trips from Gdansk to consider is to head to the coastal town of Leba.

The city is lined with miles of white-sand beaches, but it is also the entry point to the gorgeous Słowiński National Park.

The park is known for its magnificent moving dunes, large areas of forests, lakes and abundant wildlife. 

Take a hike along the trails of the forests which begin at Rąbka, the entrance to the park.

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You can also visit the UNESCO biosphere reserve(6 PLN entry fees). If you enjoy cycling, go along the coast. 

Around sunset, get to Łącka Dunes to watch some stunning colours overlooking the horizon of the Baltic coast.

From the entrance, it takes about 3 hours by walk and about 30 minutes if you cycle to reach the dunes.

How to reach?

If you are traveling during the summer, you can take direct trains from Gdansk to Leba, which takes 3 hours. Check the timings on the PKP website).

  • Opening Hours: Open year-round, but visitor centres may have specific hours.
  • Entry Fees: Entry to the park requires a ticket (around 5 PLN).
  • Best Time to Visit: Spring or early fall for mild weather and fewer visitors.


Elbląg Canal is a canal in Poland, in Warmian-Masurian Voivodeship, 80.5 kilometres long, running southward from Lake Drużno to the river Drwęca and Lake Jeziorak. 

Why is it unique? It is one of the offbeat natural landscapes in Poland if you are planning to enjoy a boat tour with your kids.

One of the wonders of 19th-century engineering, the Elbląg Canal, uses a system of slipways to transport boats over hills. 

It blends natural beauty and human ingenuity, offering a tranquil boat journey.

  • How to Reach: Accessible from Gdańsk or Olsztyn by car.
  • Opening Hours: Operational hours for the boat lift vary, typically from May to September.
  • Entry Fees: Boat trip costs vary (approximately 50-150 PLN, depending on the route).
  • Best Time to Visit: Spring to autumn for canal operations and scenic beauty.


How about adding a quirky Polish landmark to your list?

Located in the Szymbark, this is a quirky upside-down wooden cabin with 2 floors to explore, including displays of paintings.

This house challenges your senses and defies gravity.

Walking through its inverted rooms is a unique, if somewhat disorienting, experience. 

It’s like Alice’s Wonderland, only you’re the one who’s grown too tall.

  • How to Reach: A car journey from Gdańsk.
  • Opening Hours: 9:00 AM – 6:00 PM (varies by season).
  • Entry Fees: Around 12 PLN.
  • Best Time to Visit: Year-round, but weekdays offer a less crowded experience.



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