Warm September marks the beginning of Poland’s autumn, which last till the beginning of November. The autumn is called ‘golden’ because of the abundance of colours, mostly yellow, light brown, and red, from the leaves of trees. Most of the time it is still quite warm (around 15°C). This is the best time to visit our beautiful old cities like Krakow, Warsaw, Wroclaw, Poznan and the tri-city of Gdansk, Gdynia, and Sopot. If you prefer to relax close to nature, then there are many wonderful sites, like the mountains in Southern Poland, where you could walk and admire the scenery.


As winter starts the temperature can drop below zero and snow begins to fall. Between mid-December and February the average temperature is -10°C. Sometimes, however, it can drop even below minus 25°C. The snow often lies till mid-March when the astronomic spring begins. Therefore, if you are fond of skiing, both winter and summer semester are ideal. In the south of Poland, you can find many places for skiing like Zakopane, the so-called ‘winter capital’ of Poland, Bukowina Tatrzańska, Białka Tatrzańska, Szklarska Poręba, Wisła (home town of Adam Małysz), and Szczawnica.


Spring is the happiest and most colourful time of the year. The whole of nature awakes from the numb of winter. Toruń is overtaken by greeness and flowers start blooming. The streets fill up with colourful fashion. If you like fresh seaside breeze then takes a train to Gdansk and relish the spring sea air. Would you prefer a mountain view? Then go south and walk in the mountains: Tatry, Pieniny, Sudety, Karpaty or Bieszczady.


The summer starts in June with temperatures around 25 °C, and July is the hottest month. It is the best time to visit Poland and sunbathe on the beautiful sandy beaches along the Baltic Sea. Moreover, you can go mountain climbing in the south of Poland.