Come to Poland and learn about your family history

There are nearly 9 million Americans who claim Polish ancestry. The Baltic Sea, the Tatra Mountains, and everything in between are luring more and more people to Poland as they search for their roots.

Poland offers a wide variety of outdoor activities, from windsurfing and biking in the summer to skiing and snowboarding in the winter and hiking in the spring and fall.

In addition to exploring the country’s rich history, you can unwind in one of Poland’s many spas or resorts. Poland has everything you need for a self-discovery trip, including luxurious hotels in major cities, cultural festivals, and music concerts, and rural manors, farms, and vineyards.


The first step in learning about our ancestry is usually to look through old photo albums. We imagine our forebears in faraway cities and countrysides, hear our mothers’ and fathers’ accounts of their immigration experiences, and practically taste the holiday dishes they prepared.

These recollections warm our hearts, and I hope you’ll experience the same warmth and welcome in Poland.

Whatever you’re up to during your time in Poland—exploring historic royal capitals, hiking through breathtaking national parks, or sampling beer at one of the many microbreweries—one thing will remain constant: the warm welcome of the Polish people. The hospitality and the food are legendary.

Anyone who has attended a Polish wedding can attest to the joyous blending of delicious foods, customs, and celebrations. The magic of Polish cuisine will make your trip unforgettable, whether you’re in the mountains or by the sea, in the quiet countryside or in the bustling cities.


While visiting the land of your ancestors, you can use the opportunity to perfect your pronunciation of dzie dobry (jane-doh-brih, good morning) and jak sie masz? Yahk shay mahsh? Na zdrowie (nah zdroh-vyeh, Cheers!) and czy jeste? (how are you?) are common greetings in Poland. Also, you can get by with just speaking English and still get lots of smiles and warm welcomes.

Out of 112 countries and regions, Poland has the 16th best English proficiency in 2021, according to the EF English Proficiency Index. This places it above Switzerland (ranked 25), France (ranked 31), and Italy (ranked 32). (35).

Poland has been an important meeting place for many different cultures for many centuries. Some of Europe’s finest and most engaging museums can be found there, shedding light on the continent’s history and its people.

Relax on the boulevards, beaches, and promenades along the banks of the beautiful rivers that run through Polish cities after taking in the country’s rich history and thriving culture.


The interconnected system of trains and airplanes makes traveling across the country quick and easy. You can get to Poland in a matter of hours with nonstop flights from major cities like Chicago, Los Angeles, Miami, New York, and Newark. The flight time is only an extra hour compared to flying to London.

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