Did you know that Poland has some amazing museums? Thanks to the difficult history, talented artists and powerful kings, after many decades and centuries, you can now admire their work and legacy.
The Museum of the Palace of King Jan III in Wilanów – if you are visiting Warsaw it is a great opportunity to visit this museum. It has a wonderful and big garden, which is an ideal spot for a long walk during the summer season.
The Royal Łazienki Museum – thanks to its location in the Warsaw city center, locals come here often to relax after a long day in work. Museum is combined here with a lot of attractions, there are organized many concerts, exhibitions and meeting. You can also sail a real gondola on the pond in front of the Palace on the Island.
Auschwitz-Birkenau Museum in Oświęcim. It is a reminder of the horrible war experiences. It is not easy to be here but is worth it. It is a place which warns you, that people are capable of the worst in the name of an ideology.
Wawel Royal Castle in Cracow – you will find here a chapel, courtyard and a cathedral which will take your breath away. The Cathedral is a very important place, because it is filled with priceless works of art, including tombstones of kings. An absolute masterpiece of Renaissance art is also the Sigismund Chapel.
The Cracow Saltworks Museum in Wieliczka is something you have probably never experienced. The Wieliczka Salt Mine was included in the UNESCO World Heritage List in 1978 as one of the first 12 objects in the world. The deepest corridor of the Wieliczka mine is located 327 meters underground, and the total length of all underground pavements reaches 300 kilometers.