Winter in Poland today can be a magical and unforgettable experience, but it is characterized by cold and snowy weather. Its snow-covered streets, bright lights, and festive decorations, as well as the aroma of roasted chestnuts and mulled wine, add to the season’s allure.
And cities like Warsaw, Krakow, Gdansk, and Poznan are blanketed in snow in winter, offering a wide range of winter activities for visitors and locals alike, from skiing and snowboarding to skiing on frozen lakes and rivers. A true winter wonderland exists here!
There are still times when individuals feel as though they have entered another universe despite how gorgeous the streets and squares are. Cities are decorated with colorful lights and festive decorations, often creating a magical atmosphere here. It can sometimes resemble a winter wonderland, and other times it can beckon you into the mystical, old world of fairy tales.
Among them, Kraków is one of the most beautiful cities not only in Poland but also in the whole of Europe, and its architecture combines many styles (from Romanesque to Gothic, Baroque, Art Nouveau, and others). The picturesque backdrop for a winter walk is also provided by this ancient medieval architecture. Walking along the streets and feeling the spirit of the city covered with a thick layer of snow is an incredible pleasure.
Patryk Biegaski, a Polish travel photographer, captured images of this winter wonderland beauty. And since 2018, he has collaborated with Swiss National Tourism Organization – Switzerland Tourism, Sigma, Marumi and Vanguard brands, capturing the beauty of nature and architecture in frames.
So, We invite you to take part in this amazing winter wonderland experience and enter a world of myth!
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