With culturally rich cities and unspoiled scenery, Poland offers an ideal opportunity to explore and discover. The Royal Łazienki Museum in Warsaw combines history and nature, surrounded by picturesque parkland. Nearby, the Museum of King Jan III's Palace has earned the nickname ‘Polish Versailles', thanks to its breathtaking Baroque architecture. When the sun sets, head to the Vistula Boulevards for live music and vibrant nightlife. Consisting of twelve islands connected by over 100 bridges, Wroclaw is a city with a unique character. Visit during the summer to enjoy Słodowa Island's picnic season with open-air cinemas and concerts. Krakow's old town boasts Europe's largest Medieval square showcasing authentic Gothic architecture. Take home hidden treasures from The Cloth Hall, a traditional trading area, or shop at Galeria Krakowska for high-street names. Head south to discover Zakopane, a resort town in the breathtaking Tatra Mountains and National Park. This hiker's paradise with numerous trails allows you to enjoy nature to the fullest.