Virtual Sightseeing in Poland

By 20 March 2020What to See in Poland

It never stops to puzzle us how come something so tiny it can’t even be seen with the naked eye can affect the lives of billions of people all over the world. The coronavirus pandemics has had a huge impact on our reality, our daily routines, as well as our future plans, many of which will need to be amended or postponed. There’s not much we can do about it but be patient, wash our hands, abide by the social distancing recommendations and wait for the world to be back to normal. Because sooner or later it will – and we’ll catch up on everything that we missed.

Having something to look forward to makes the waiting more pleasant. We hope that reading our blog posts will make it more pleasant too. By looking through different categories, you’ll learn about interesting places to visit in Poland, about Polish history, Polish culture and traditions, Polish food, as nature in Poland, as well as learn Polish language.

But there’s even more that you can do online. Some popular tourist attractions offer the possibility to visit them virtually by taking a virtual walk. If you haven’t been to Poland yet, it’s a fantastic opportunity to have a foretaste of what’s coming. If you have, these virtual walks will let you relive your visit – and perhaps see something that you haven’t  had a chance to see.

Malbork Castle

Virtual Sightseeing in Poland

Wieliczka Salt Mine

Virtual Sightseeing in Poland

Cathedral Basilica in Łowicz

Virtual Sightseeing in Poland

Royal Castle in Warsaw

Virtual Sightseeing in Poland

POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews

Virtual Sightseeing in Poland

Warsaw Rising Museum

Virtual Sightseeing in Poland

Auschwitz-Birkenau

Virtual Sightseeing in Poland

Museum of the Second World War

Virtual Sightseeing in Poland