Poland’s capital is nearing 2 million residents, making Warsaw a great mix of people along with a variety of different cultures and historical sights. Located on the Vistula River, leading to the Baltic Sea, it is no wonder so many people choose to tour around Poland and discover the landscapes that only Poland could offer. Most people actually believe the capital of Poland is Krakow, but that was actually the medieval capital. Sadly, most of Warsaw was completely destroyed during World War 2 and that reality is that many of the buildings are post-war. However, it doesn’t take a lot of digging to see that Poland still offers history and awesome nature, so don’t be put off and come take a tour around this fantastic country.
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Best campervan drives in Warsaw
Warsaw to Krakow :
Easily one of the most driven routes is actually when people drive from Warsaw to Krakow. The 4-hour drive on the S8 and DK1 is quite fun and there are many sights to see along the way. One of the places that are off the beaten path to visit along the way is Sandomierz, which is a small town not catered to tourists and gives an authentic feel of Polish life. Also, many people will stop in Tokarnia to see the Village museum.
Bieszczady Mountains :
If you want to really get in touch with your nature side, you definitely need to make a trip to the Bieszczady Mountains which are around 5 hours away on the DK9. The mountains have some great twisting and turning roads, weaving around small tiny churches that are randomly placed throughout the mountain areas. If you are a lover of mountains, you could also take the time to visit the largest mountains in Poland, he Tatra Mountains. These mountains are actually the highest between the Caucasus and the Alps!
The small city by the sea of Gdansk is known for small beaches and a relaxing mild climate and is reached from Warsaw in only about 3 and a half hours on the A1.
While in Warsaw and you want to stick relatively close, just head north and enjoy some of the great lakes that are dotted throughout the country. They are quite calm and peaceful!
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