Our guide
to Poland

Welcome to October's chapter of our own PQE worldwide guide, where we will explore some of our consultants' recommendation for places to eat and visit when you visit our subsidiaries.

About our cover photo of the month

In the photo above, one of Poland’s official Objecta of Cultural Heritage: the medieval market square in Wrocław’s Old Town, where you can find some of the best brick gothic and baroque buildings of the whole country. With its many historical landmarks, such as the Cathedral Island and the Centennial Hall, Wrocław is also known as a “city of the future”, according to the report made by Financial Times in February 2021, a UNESCO City of Literature and a university city with a population of over 130’000 students.

Where to eat

Starka

Józefa 14

Kraków

Bombonierka

Meiselsa 24

Kraków

Czerwony Wieprz

ul. Żelazna 68

Warszawa

What to visit

Krakow

Market Square
Wawel Castle
Kościuszko Mound
Florianska Street
The Sukiennice
Planty Park

Suggested by Jan from PQE Poland

Travel like a local

Poznań
Gdańsk
Łódź
Torun
Szczecin

Suggested by Dominik from PQE Italy

Warsaw

Trakt Królewski
Royal Łazienki Park
Museum of the Warsaw Uprising
Royal Castle
Wisła (Vistula) River
Chopin Museum

Suggested by Simone from PQE Italy