Poland travel is great whether you are travelling with kids or without.
Krakow is a beautiful town and a great place to spend a few days. It is cheap and easy and close to Auschwitz which is definitely a worthwhile day trip. Don’t underestimate how much time you will need there though, it is a big site with lots to read and learn.
Warsaw is a cosmopolitan city with an easy vibe. We enjoyed visiting the attractions and just hanging out in this capital city.
However, Wroclaw was probably our favourite city. The low key attractions in this city are capped off by an absolutely gorgeous central square and cheap prices meant that we could spend a lot of time eating and drinking here. The best part was the dwarfs! These little statues are sprinkled across the city and are the perfect attractions in Poland for kids.
Travel in Poland is easy. There are buses and trains and we found everything very easy.
We travelled around on Polski buses which were quick and comfortable and took us everywhere we wanted to go. You can book the tickets online.
It’s easy to travel with kids in Poland. We never had any problems taking our kids everywhere with us, they were often free and the cities were pram friendly. We were also able to take our stroller on the local transport without an issue.
The dwarfs in Wroclaw particularly make for a family friendly attraction. They are often on the ground and Miss 5 was better at finding them than us which she loved.
So visit Poland – you won’t regret it! Below you will find all our Poland travel tips in our Poland travel blog…
We didn't know what to expect when we made our way to Wroclaw. It's not a city we had ever heard much...