Poland is not yet lost (anthem)
Poland’s history is marked by tales both pleasant and terrible, unmatched by any other destination in Central and Eastern Europe. First of all, Krakow, the ancient Polish capital, is famous for its Wawel Castle, Wieliczka Salt Mines, Jewish Kazimierz and the notorious Auschwitz-Birkenau camp. Next on any list, Warsaw is famous for the elegant Royal Castle, the sites of the famous 1944 Warsaw Uprising, Lazienki Park, Chopin festivals and the Palace of Culture and Science.
Outside of the sights of Krakow and Warsaw, there’s plenty to see, from the miraculous Black Madonna of Chestochowa to the Hasidic communities at Lezhansk, Lancut, Kotzk, Gur, and many more. Finally, Poland is a great destination for adventure travel as well; try out your sea legs in Gdansk or hit the ski slopes in Zakopane.
Polish cuisine is rich in meat, winter vegetables and hearty cereals. There are around 27 soup recipes in Poland, the most famous of which are sour rye soup (zurek) and beef tripe soup (flaki). As your main dish, your best bet is pierogi–delicious dumplings stuffed with meat, mushroom, potatoes or cabbage. There are even dessert pierogi with cheese and jam. Wash it down with a glass of Polish liqueurs called nalewka, extracted from fruit, spices, flowers or herbs.
We have been leading tours to Poland for the last 11 years. Every time we go, we find more and more activities and sights to include on our tours. We are particularly fond of Polish people, all of whom are passionate about their homeland.
You can choose from our pre-packaged tours or ask us to tailor one just for you.
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Destination Management Company JeruLita operates individual private tours as well as small and medium size groups in cooperation with our partners. We will be glad to accommodate you in a private tour or will direct you to travel expert in your country who will register you to the groups we operate.