Located in Central Europe is the spectacular country, Poland. Poland is a medieval country with a history dating back as far back as the 1st century. Poland encompasses more than just the popular towns of Krakow and Warsaw; it is home to some of the most idyllic small towns. These are the most beautiful small towns in Poland. Zlotoryja is the oldest town in Poland. The one-time gold mining town has been dubbed ‘Land Of Dormant Volcanoes.’ Famous places to visit in this town include the Blacksmith’s Tower and the Church of Birth of Saint Virgin Mary. Click the next ARROW to see the next photo!
Biecz is a charming town located at the foothills of the magnificent Carpathian Mountains. It was one of the busiest trade centers in Poland. For its beauty, this tiny Polish town was nicknamed ‘little Krakow.’ Famous landmarks include the Chodor House and the Kromerowka museum. Click the next ARROW to see the next photo!
Malbork has one of the biggest fortifications on the Earth and the largest Gothic building in Europe; the popularly Malbork Castle. The idyllic town is one of the best places to visit in Poland. Click the next ARROW to see the next photo!
In the 16th and 17th century, Jaroslaw thrived as the host town of one of Europe’s largest trade fairs. Some of the most visited spots in this town are the storage equipment and the cellars which lie underground. If you want more from your sightseeing, visit the Orsetti House. Click the next ARROW to see the next photo!
Generally regarded as the ‘Pearl of the Polish Baroque’ is the perfect postcard town of Rydzyna, the town features some of the most amazing Baroque architecture your eyes will be blessed to see. One of these beautiful structures includes the Rydzyna Castle and the St. Stanislaw’s Church. Click the next ARROW to see the next photo!
An ethnic group of Prussian descent once inhabited Reszel. Stepping into this ancient town will make you feel like you stepped many centuries back in time. The sleepy town still retains some of its old charm and the most iconic structure in Reszel is the enormous Episcopal Castle built Gothic-style. Another landmark is the St. Peter’s Church. It is also home to the sacred spot for Catholicism called the Sweita Lipka. Click the next ARROW to see the next photo!
A favorite relaxation spot for Polish kings and princes of Lithuanian descents which lies close to the River Narew is the spectacular town of Tykocin. It was served as housing for 3 dozen beer taverns, 15 vodka spots and 10 inns that served only mead. This tiny town is one of the oldest in Poland. Must-visit sites in this settlement include Tykocin Castle, Jewish Cemetery and Church of the Holy Trinity. Click the next ARROW to see the next photo!
Coined from ‘Chelm,’ a Polish word which means ‘hill’ is a magical town called Chelmno which stretches over a total of nine hills. The quaint town still retains some of its charms, some of which can be found in its gorgeous Renaissance town hall and five enormous churches that were built Gothic-style. Legend has it that one of these astonishing churches holds a relic of the famous St. Valentine, little wonder there are multiple lovers benches sprawled across. Click the next ARROW to see the next photo!
Situated along the banks of a river called Vistula is the dainty town of Kazimierz Dolny. It is one of the rich historic sites of Poland. It has a booming art scene which has lured many creative artists to its abode ever since the 19th century. Some of the most remarkable art galleries and spectacular sculptures can be found in the lovely streets of this town. Notable sites include the Parish church of St. Bartholomew and St. Anne. Click the next ARROW to see the next photo!
Zakopane popularly referred to as Poland’s Winter Capital city is a little, enchanting town that is home to the snow-filled Tatra Mountains. The majestic Mountains brought the town to widespread recognition. The hiking haven welcomes numerous hikers immediately it starts to snow. It is where you can get a very tasty, smoked cheese called Oscypek.