Poland is steeped in rich history, with picture perfect cities like Warsaw, Kraków, and Gdańsk with all their dynamic culture, castles, and ruins. Out of the urban center there are scenic woods, lakes, and hills waiting to be explored.
Visit the museums and palaces of Warsaw and soak up the city's interesting collection of different neighborhoods and mix of architecture due to its near demolition during WW2. This is the birthplace of Chopin, and you can take in his legacy in museums alongside Poland's darker history of the Jewish ghetto.
In Kraków admire wonderful architecture, pretty squares, and streets. Visit the museums and buildings of note like Wawel Castle and Schindler's Factory. In Gdansk enjoy the different atmosphere of being in a Baltic Port, with all its harbor side glory and maritime history.
Heading out into the unspoiled countryside of Poland, admire the serenity of the The Great Masurian Lake District, the sandy dunes of the Baltic Coast, national parks teeming with wildlife and nature, and folk architecture in rural villages. Those who can bear the horrors of Europe's dark past will want to visit Auschwitz Museum to experience the chilling, horrible, and powerful stories and images remaining from the Holocaust.
With all this history, countryside, wild forest, and an emerging culinary scene, Poland has much to offer curious visitors.
Spring is the best time to visit for it is less likely to rain and the temperatures are increasing.