If history is what you are looking for, then Poland is really the best place for your holiday. With a huge wealth of fine cultural spots, historical sites and cities that are centuries old, Poland is one place that no cultural history lover can miss visiting. Similar to the UK in that is has both flourishing cities and spans of beautiful countryside, taking a short break in one of the many camp sites and villages that are dotted around rural Poland is easy.
Or if you are looking for a more sobering experience, you can visit Auschwitz-Birkenau, one of the largest and the most famous Nazi concentration camp of the Second World War. Auschwitz is dedicated as a memorial to those who lost their lives in the sickening conditions of the camp, and has been visited by over 25 million people wishing to pay their respects.
From Malbork Castle to the Salt Mines of Wieliczka located near Krakow, Poland is rich with history, much of which can still be explored and viewed in its frozen, un-restored state. Take a walk around the Old Market Place of Warsaw for trinkets and hand-crafted gifts to take home as souvenirs. The stunning historical sites of Poland will stay in your heart long after your visit.