Poland is full of fascinating history, stunning natural scenery, and vibrant cities. From the fabulous city of Krakow in the south to the luxury resort of Sopot on the Baltic Sea, Poland has a wide variety of attractions to satisfy the seasoned traveller, who has perhaps explored and enjoyed Germany, France or Italy. It has delicious cuisine, friendly and welcoming people, and has so much to offer any European rail adventurer.
The two most-visited cities in Poland, Krakow and Warsaw, are linked with a high-speed line that eats up the miles in this large Central European state. Other popular destinations such as Gdansk, Sopot and Wroclaw are also easily reachable using Poland’s excellent rail network.
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Gdansk is a major port on Poland's north coast and offers visitors a multitude of experiences with many different ways to explore its rich and varied cityscape.
Poland’s second city has a rich history dating back over 1,000 years and the beautiful cityscape reflects its cultural, economic and political importance.
Warsaw is the capital city of Poland and despite being devastated during World War II, its beautiful Old Town has been rebuilt and it has a huge wealth of culture and history to offer.