The number of visitors to Poland increases year by year, with many seeking its beautiful – not to mention accessible – cities. The fact that Krakow is just an hour’s drive from Auschwitz, one of the most important historical sites in Europe, also helps with the country's popularity.
If visiting the remains of the Third Reich’s most infamous concentration camp seems a bit too intense, there are still plenty of reasons to see Poland. The wholesome and filling cuisine, the cultural history that involves such respected protagonists as Chopin and Josef Conrad, and the beautiful architecture are also all popular draws for visitors.
Since the 1990s, Poland’s businesses and public transport have been required to consider people with mobility impairments, meaning that the cities are pleasantly accessible.
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