Poland at a Glance: Best Time to Visit
Recommended time to visit: The most popular time for sightseeing in Poland is during the warmer and drier summer months of June - August. However, if you'd like to avoid the summer crowds then the shoulder seasons of spring (March - April) and autumn (September - October) see pleasant weather and lower prices.
Less popular time to visit: Poland's colder winter lasts from November - February and is characterised by snowfall and sub-zero temperatures across much of the country. However, towns and cities look very pretty covered in snow and ski resorts are open for business.
Exciting time to visit: If you don't mind braving the chilly temperatures then Christmas is a fantastic time to visit Poland. The country is famous for its Christmas markets, with cities such as Krakow, Warsaw and Gdansk bursting into life during December.
Best time for skiing: Ski resorts in Poland have been on the up in recent years, with the country carving a place for itself as an alternative to the Alps. The best time of the year to hit the slopes is between November - April, though this does vary by resort and region!
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These are the group tours we offer to Poland, however we cover more of this fascinating region in our Eastern Europe tours.
Highlights of Poland
Poland and Baltic Discovery
To help plan your visit to Poland have a look through our handy travel resources:Best Places to Visit - Poland's top cities and sights
Tourist Visas - details on visa regulations and procurement
Top Travel Tips - useful info on money, food, health and shopping