I am contemplating a trip to Poland with my late-70's father (77). He's pretty good mobility wise. I'd likely be looking to travel on a Oneworld carrier, but that isn't a 100% must. I'm in CLT and would want one connection at most. That said, the airline isn't really what I'm struggling with right now. What I am struggling with right now, is what city or cities to visit. I don't mind moving around a bit, but would be looking for, at max, two towns/cities in a 5-6 night stay in Poland. So taking my flight preferences and desire to not move around a ton, would I be looking one or two of the following and which one or two would I be looking at: 1. Warsaw 2. Gdansk 3. Krakow 4. Wroclaw I've taken my Dad with me on several trips in recent years. We've had at most one connection and one city change. Last year was Amsterdam: Charlotte - London - Amsterdam. My preference would be to have one flight connection, arrive in our base city/town, and then take day trips from that base city/town. I don't know what time of the year it will be, but most likely late 2017 to early 2018. I get it will be cold. My Dad and I both like old Europe. I know there was a lot of destruction in WWII in Poland. We had a very enjoyable time in Munich, which saw a lot of destruction as well. If I had a preference, I'd go with the genuine old town vs. the reconstructed old town...and I don't intend to offend anyone w/ that preference. I'm really not very far into the planning. I'm just trying to narrow things down a bit. I'd appreciate any helpful advice that folks have to offer.