Countries such as Belarus, Germany, the Czech Republic, Lithuania, Slovakia,
Russia, and Ukraine, share borders with Poland. That is why some people are
wondering if is it safe to travel to Poland at the moment, considering ongoing
Ukraine and Russia war. We'll look into that question later in this guide.
Aside from safety concerns, Poland is the place to be if you want to enjoy
a fantastic coastline and picturesque countryside. The country is so big that
its natural region is divided into five major belts: southern mountains,
south-eastern highlands, central plains, northern lake districts, and coastal.
Therefore, all of Poland is filled with natural attractions.
You can go through every Poland region and encounter breathtaking primaeval
forests, secluded valleys, mountain ranges, lakes, meadows, and organic and
traditional farms. The abundance of nature also makes it possible for visitors
to enjoy activities such as cycling, bird watching, or horseback riding.
Speaking of culture, Poland — especially its countryside, has several museums,
churches, palaces, ruins, basket-making workshops, and adorable traditional ceramics.
Tourists travelling to Poland must ensure they have the appropriate permit and
documents, while dual Polish nationals must have their Polish passports to enter