Why visit Poland?
Get to know a country with a thousand-year history, rich traditions, and great cultural heritage. The notable legacy in the form of architectural monuments, historical vestiges, and works of art - fits perfectly with the lushness of nature and natural landscapes. Poland is competitive in the European tourism market.
Poland's 12 major international civil airports are scattered all over the country. The most important is the Frederic Chopin airport in Warsaw, serving several million passengers annually. The national air carrier in Poland, known all over the world, is LOT Polish Airlines.
Poland has a well-developed railway network, which you can use to travel almost everywhere around the country. There are various categories of trains - from long-distance InterCity to regional railways. You can also reach Poland from European countries by international trains.
Poland has a well-developed road network, which is still being improved. This network includes highways and expressways, which can be used to quickly and efficiently travel between most regions. Some of them require payment via the viaTOLL system. Poland belongs to the Schengen Area, and there are no permanent border checkpoints on the border with Germany, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, and Lithuania. On the eastern border of Poland, which is also the border of the European Union, there are several crossings with border control.
Poland is a country created for bicycle tourism based on the highly varied topography and beautiful landscapes. Designated bike lanes run along Polish roads as part of the European network of EuroVelo bicycle routes. There are also networks of interregional and regional routes, such as GreenVelo or VeloDunajec. Travelers exploring larger cities will be pleased with numerous urban paths and trails.