Good deal! Fly from Hong Kong to Warsaw, Poland for only $330 return with Lufthansa!
Stunning sandy coast, mountains and lakes, 15 UNESCO World Heritage Sites, charming villages and castles – often overlooked as a travel destination, Poland has it all! Be surprised and amazed by how beautiful this country is!
Poland's coastline along the Baltic Sea boasts with gorgeous fine sand. Tricity (Gdańsk, Gdynia and Sopot) is a good starting point to Polish resorts and beaches. Sopot offers a perfect combination of daytime relaxation and evening amusement. Take a walk along the longest wooden pier in Europe and enjoy a beautiful sunset among the swans on the beach. Orłowo in Gdynia is known for stunning towering cliffs and scenic forest trails. You can also visit Krynica Morska, located on the Vistula Spit.
Spend some time in one of numerous beach towns and enjoy romantic seaside scenery with breathtaking sunsets. For example, Łeba and Ustka have long kilometres of clean, wide beaches, surrounded by forests and dunes. Hel Peninsula is a 34-km-long sandy stretch of land, great for windsurfing and kitesurfing. Świnoujście and Międzyzdroje are beach resorts on the western side of the Polish coast, close to the border with Germany.
To know more check Destination Fly4free: Poland and start planning your trip with Lonely Planet’s travel guides
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