Poland is easily accessible on most major European airlines. By train, there are direct connections with Berlin [Link to relevant page], Amsterdam [Link to relevant page], Kiev, Vienna [Link to relevant page], Prague and Moscow. By car you can enter Poland via one of many roads linking it with the neighbouring countries. Many international bus lines use the roads to connect major Polish cities. While it is somewhat limited, there are more and more ports along the Polish coast for those entering the country by sea.
Polish food is very vegetarian-friendly and most restaurants cater for vegetarians with at least one meal without meat. Poland is well known for its perogis, which are parcels of unleavened dough containing various ingredients such as mashed potatoes, cheese, mushrooms and cabbage, served with fried onions. Sweet perogis are also popular in some areas and contain strawberry, apples or other fruits. Try some on your visit!
If you’re in Poland in the autumn, be sure to see the Wratislavia Cantans International Festival, a chance to see concerts, symphonies and chamber music, operas and ballet performances. Many of the artistic performances take place in amazing historical sites in Warsaw. The festival begins around September 9. If you miss the music festival, check out the Warsaw international Film Festival just one week later. The festival screens more than 100 films from 40 different countries.
Poland has given the world 17 Nobel prize winners, four of which were awarded Nobel Peace Prizes and five of which were awarded Prizes in literature.
http://www.poland.travel/en-us (official tourist site)