Visit with Click A Tour the best tourist attractions in Poland, whether you are looking for history, art, or nature - plan your visit with our list of the best tourist attractions in Poland. Walking tours can be found in big cities in Poland, this is a terrific way to get to know the city and learn about the history, culture, and architecture. Visits from Gdansk or Warsaw is possible. Click A Tour offers the best things to do in Warsaw, with tips on how to plan your time and get the best experience. Warsaw is not necessarily an immediately delightful destination, but a must for any route to Poland. Unless you travel for the weekend, no trip to the heart of Central Europe should miss Warsaw. Wroclaw is the fourth largest city in Poland and one of the most attractive holiday destinations in Poland. Gdansk is one of the best tourist attractions in Poland, although it may not be popular in Krakow, Warsaw or even Wroclaw. Set 10 km / 6 miles south of the city of Warsaw, Wilanow Palace is a beautiful late 17th century baroque palace and one of Poland's treasures - several medieval buildings and residences, squares, monuments, churches, galleries, museums, cafes, and restaurants. The red brick tower built at the end of the 14th century and reconstructed in 1782 was part of the city's original fortifications. Rzeszow is located on both sides of the Wislok river in the heart of the Sandomierz Valley. One of the most important towns in Poland. The largest Gothic church in Poland - St. Mary - Basilica - is also the seaside resort of neighbouring Sopot - with the Pier, the longest pier in Europe at 515 meters (1,700 feet). This historical district of Krakow is the largest medieval square in Europe and one of the main tourist attractions in Poland. From the needle-shaped spiers of the Basilica of Santa Maria, the winding and intertwining cobbled alleys, the great market square, and the half-left medieval town hall there are many reasons why this charming historic district was one of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Poland. Among the architectural gems of the city, you must visit the former Wawel Castle and many ancient monuments. The beautiful and unique main square of the Old Town of Krakow dates back to the 13th century. It is one of the largest medieval squares in Europe and can be seen on sightseeing tours in Poland. Be sure to visit the castle, the monastery, and the old city (sometimes called "Little Krakow" because of its resemblance to the old city of Krakow) after visiting the museum do not miss the Warsaw Uprising Memorial situated near Old Town. As a unique Renaissance town in Central Europe, Zamo should be on everyone's list of the zenith of Zamosk with colourful and stately buildings surrounding the Old Town Market Square, completely rebuilt after the First World War, and built with one of the most beautiful medieval architecture in Poland. The city is best known for its medieval centre and Jewish quarter and is located on the Ryni region The strenuous efforts of local residents to recreate their historic centre as it was in the post-war period has been called the most ambitious reconstruction project in history. There is nothing more exciting than seeing the buildings restored to their original form in the decades after the end of the war as Warsaw's Old Town. Located in the western part of Poland, this city is best known for its old Renaissance town, which was completely destroyed during World War II, beautifully rebuilt and is now flourishing. The main attraction of Warsaw is also for the fastest routes through Poland. A walking tour of the old town of Gdansk is certainly the highlight of any visit to the Polish city. Entering the historic centre of Gdansk means enjoying the fusion of Germanic, Baltic, Scandinavian and Slavic influences in Polish culture and architecture. Explore old and new cities, see the castle and dumplings gorge, and visit the city's amazing museums dedicated to the battle of the Warsaw Uprising and the ghettoization of Jews during World War II. Cities like Warsaw, Krakow, and Gdansk are teeming with treasures, and outside the centre there are Rocky Mountains, woodland forests, and beautiful rivers worth exploring.