Poland

Poland

Poland is often regarded as one of the most beautiful countries in Eastern Europe, with dazzling cities and glorious countryside. If you want to see it all, a Poland holiday package from Qatar Airways Holidays lets you do just that. Whether you want to tour the cities of Warsaw, Kraków, Wroclaw and Gdańsk, do some birdwatching in the area of Greater Poland, or trek the primeval forests of Podlachia, Poland has something for you.

You can make a Poland luxury hotel the base for your stay and from their explore as much or as little of the country as you like, coming back to fantastic amenities at the end of a busy day, making your stay one to remember.

Poland Destinations

Poland Holiday Packages

When you book your Poland tour package with Qatar Airways Holidays, you’ll experience the best in flights and luxury hotels that Poland has to offer. See the wonderful diversity of the country, whether you want historic cities or beautiful landscapes.

Good to know

Time Zone

GMT+1 hour, Summer GMT+2 hours

Languages

Polish, English

Dialing Code

+48

Electricity

230V 50Hz

Currency

Polish złoty

Poland Experiences

  • There is such a diverse array of things to do on your Poland tour package that it’ll be hard to decide what to choose. There are several dazzling cities to visit, each with their own unique attractions. Warsaw, as the capital, has a huge choice of attractions, while Krakow is regularly named as one of the most beautiful cities in Europe. Gdansk, on the other hand, has many notable historic buildings, while Poznan has a manmade lake at its centre with swimming pools, a water park and even ski slopes.
  • The cities are also where you’ll find the most gourmet restaurants, mixing traditional Polish fare with more international cuisine. Take a Poland culinary package and you’ll find yourself touring the fabulous restaurants of the Polish cities and becoming acquainted with pierogi and bigos.
  • As well as beautiful urban areas, Poland also has 23 national parks and a variety of landscape parks. Bialowieza National Park on the border with Belarus is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Here you can see the last remains of what was an enormous primeval forest, covering most of Europe. Other national parks have their own attractions, such as the waterfalls of Karkonski National Park, or the Dunajec River Gorge in the Pieninski National Park.
  • Poland also has several stunning historical castles in its countryside, such as Malbork Castle in the north. A brick castle, it was built in 1406 and is the biggest brick Gothic castle in the world. Older again is Czocha Castle near Luban, which dates from 1329. Seeing these castles in such rural settings gives you an idea of what they might have been like centuries ago.