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Our Poland tours

On each of our guided tours to Poland, you’ll enjoy a balance of sightseeings led by locals and free time to follow your interests. All our Poland tour packages include an expert Tour Director, breakfast daily, select lunches and dinners, comfortable transportation, and accommodations hand-selected by our staff.

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What travelers say about their trips to Poland

Wonderful Itinerary!
06/04/18 by 3rd-time traveler Margaret
This trip was absolutely wonderful, and our tour guide Lala was exceptional! We have wanted to go to Poland where my husband's grandparents were born, so Warsaw and Krakow were so interesting to us. I had done extensive research on the cities we would be visiting, Lala gave us even more history.
Highlights of Eastern Europe
The Time of My Life!
06/13/16 by 1st-time traveler Anna
Krakow, however, was my absolute favorite. We arrived in the evening so we only really got to spend one day in Krakow. Go Ahead really does an amazing job - every single thing is arranged for you and it really took the worry out of it.
Highlights of Eastern Europe
The Majesty of Eastern Europe
03/11/12 by 3rd-time traveler Ronald
Our trip to Eastern Europe was like a magic carpet ride of discovery. We savored the sites, aroma and sounds of these mystical countries. Each country was a new adventure and a cultural experience not to be missed.
Highlights of Eastern Europe

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Your tour includes hotels, breakfast daily and other select meals, comfortable transportation, an expert Tour Director, guided sightseeing, and more.

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Your local Tour Director will meet you and your group on the first day, and be your go-to for the best sites, flavors, and stories of the region.

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Travel tips for Poland tours

What are some interesting things to do on a trip to Poland?

No trip to Poland is complete without visiting Warsaw, a city that was nearly destroyed during World War II and rebuilt beginning in 1944.

All of our Poland guided tours will take you through the city, where you can see the Chopin Monument at Lazeinki Park, visit the Jewish Ghetto and Jewish Memorial, and walk through the Warsaw Rising Museum to learn about the Ghetto’s revolt against the Nazis. You can also walk amongst the Old Town’s colorful buildings, which is a truly unforgettable experience.

When is the best time of year to visit Poland?

While most people tend to take trips to Poland in the summer, our favorite time to go is during the off-season. The weather is more moderate, there are fewer crowds, and prices are often more reasonable, too. Poland never gets too hot and can drop to below freezing in the winter, so spring and fall are the perfect times to visit.

Which major cities should I visit in Poland?

Don't skip Warsaw or Kraków. Warsaw is the capital, and the largest city of Poland. Its Old Town is a designated UNESCO World Heritage Site. Kraków is in southern Poland near the border of the Czech Republic, and it’s known for its well-preserved medieval core and Jewish quarter. As you walk through both cities on our Poland tours, you’ll immerse yourself in the country’s vast history and culture.

What is Poland famous for?

Here are 5 of the many things Poland is known for:

  • The history. From medieval tribes to religious strife to two world wars, there's no shortage of cultural history to learn while visiting Poland.
  • The Masurian Lake District. In Polish and German the name of this UNESCO-recognized biosphere translates into mean “the land of one thousand lakes”, and it’s overflowing with things to see and do.
  • Many picturesque landscapes. On any of our Poland trips, you’ll discover that the country is home to breathtaking beaches, lakes, mountains, and forests. There's even a desert, too!
  • Milk bars (bar mleczny). No, they’re not bars for milk. These cafeteria-style restaurants offer complete, homemade meals for just a few dollars.
  • Delicious beer. Did you know the average Polish citizen drinks between 92 and 99 liters of beer a year? There are definitely some delicious brews to try.
What are some tips for visiting Poland for the first time?
  • Check the weather before you pack. It might not be as cold as you think. Winters can dip below freezing, but summers can get really warm, too!
  • They don’t use the euro. The national currency in Poland is zioty (pronounced zwoty), and most places will not accept the euro or U.S. dollars.
  • Always bring a gift if you’re visiting a local. Whether it’s cake, a bottle of alcohol, or even a few flowers, it’s customary to arrive with a token of thanks. If you’re bringing flowers, though, be sure to make them an odd number! Even numbers are reserved for funerals.
  • Take your shoes off if you enter someone’s home—unless they tell you to leave them on, of course!
Why should I choose to go on a Poland group tour?

We always recommend taking group tours to Poland, and it’s not just because we do all the planning for you. Our Poland travel packages visit all of the top sites and include select meals, so you won’t have to worry about a thing. A local expert will guide you at nearly every destination on our Poland tours, so you’ll experience each site from a local’s perspective.  And the best part? You’ll travel with a group of like-minded people who might become lifelong friends. Learn more about the Go Ahead Tours difference here.

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