Poland has risen like a phoenix from the ashes of its violent past and is now a country that attracts cruise ship guests and holidaymakers by the bucket load.
A cruise holiday to Poland is about its beautiful landscape and natural wonders as it is about its cities, history and beaches along the Baltic coastline.
Arriving in Gdynia, you can explore the port or head inland and visit Gdansk, the city of the Solidarity movement, which has a museum dedicated to it.
The old city lies behind its medieval defensive walls and contains many Gothic buildings, quaint shops, boutiques and galleries. It’s also a great place to sample Polish food. The hearty menu includes pierogi, a type of ravioli containing numerous fillings including cottage cheese, potato, mined meat, onion sauerkraut or even fruit.
Beers are very popular in Poland, but don’t forget to try the national tipple, wódka (vodka).
Whether you want to enjoy, Poland’s stunning scenery, explore its beautiful cities, or visit the poignant Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp (now a state museum), a cruise holiday to this incredible country won’t disappoint.
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