Poland Flights GuidePoland is a Northeastern European country with coastline along the Baltic Sea. While cities like Gdansk have acted as an important port cities since the early 20th century, modern Poland is part of the European Union and a leading power in Eastern Europe. It's cultural heritage includes 16 UNESCO World Heritage Sites scattered throughout the country, of which the Polish people and government take immense pride in.
many large Polish cities such as Warsaw (the capital city), Krakow, Wroclaw and even Gdansk pull quick associations with World War II. And while it is true that many of these cities were invaded by Nazi forces during the war (the Jewish ghetto in Warsaw is still a popular touristic site), the Polish government and people have done a thorough job with internal reparations after the way, and modern Warsaw and Krakow are known to be beautiful and even modern.
There are many international airports in Poland, the foremost being Warsaw Chopin Airport (named after the famous Polish musician) located in Warsaw. It's not a surprise that Krakow International Airport ranks second in terms of business, and Gdansk, once known as Poland's biggest seaport, has its third largest International Airport, servicing both European and Transcontinental flights. Poland's climate is mostly oceanic, meaning four distinct seasons, and somewhat harsh winters contrasted with somewhat hot summers. As such, rainfall is not uncommon during the winter, but there is in fact less than in the summer months when humidity can build into precipitation somewhat frequently.