Popular Accommodations in Poland
- Pure history
- Untouched nature in the south
- Bathing Paradise Baltic Sea
- Worth a trip all year round
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The Polish Baltic Sea coast is probably the most popular holiday region of the country and therefore has a very large offer of holiday accommodations in all price ranges. Starting from Swinemünde near the German border via Wollin, Kolberg, Stolpmünde and Leba at Lebsko Lake to Gdansk, Gdynia and Elblag, you will always find what you are looking for when looking for an idyllic vacation rental or a cosy holiday apartment.Holidays in the metropolises of the country
Especially culture lovers and those interested in history are drawn to the large cities of the country, which are bursting with sights as well as holiday accommodations. The largest offer is in the state capital Warsaw, where you will find what you are looking for, especially in the picturesque centre. Other tourist hotspots are Krakow, Lodz, Wroclaw, Poznan, Szczecin, Lublin and Katowice in Silesia.A vacation rental in the south
If you like it a little more quiet and want to spend your holiday in almost untouched nature, you will feel comfortable with a holiday apartment in the south of Poland. In particular the many small villages in Rübezahlls Reich, the Giant Mountains, meet this requirement in any case thanks to their location far away from all the metropolises. Other popular green resorts are Zakopane, Buczkowice in the Cape Maps and Krynica-Zdrój.
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Travelers and Activities
Hardly any other country is as rich in historical treasures as Poland. Accordingly, history lovers and those interested in culture can let off steam to their heart's content between castles, monasteries and museums. Particularly worth seeing are the historic old town of Krakow, the medieval salt mine of Wieliczka, the old town of Thorn built by German knights in the 13th century, the red Marienburg in Malbork and the countless impressive wooden churches. The offer is rounded off by museums such as the Chopin Museum, the Archive of Nations and the memorial site of the former Auschwitz concentration camp, which commemorates the dark times in Poland's history.Paradise for active holidaymakers
Poland is a synonym for landscape diversity and offers a correspondingly wide range of activities. While in the mountain regions such as the forest capitals, the Giant Mountains and the Beskydy Mountains everything revolves around hiking, mountain biking and trekking, Zakopane is the epicentre of winter sports. Water sports enthusiasts, on the other hand, will find what they are looking for especially in the Baltic Sea, where windsurfers, kitesurfers and sailors will find the best conditions. On the other hand, the rivers and lakes in the interior, which invite you to kayak in a relaxed manner, are a little quieter.
Poland was the first European country to have a constitution.
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The diversity of Poland makes it a very popular destination all year round. This is particularly true of the country's cultural metropolises, which radiate their own unique charm all year round. Thanks to the great guarantee of snow, the months of December to March in particular are considered the ideal travel time for winter sports enthusiasts. If, on the other hand, you are planning an extended beach holiday on the Baltic Sea or on the inland lakes in the heart of Poland, you should plan your vacation rental for the months of June to December, when temperatures above 25 degrees Celsius and an average of up to 9 hours of sunshine per day attract you. For nature lovers who want to get close to shy animals like wolves, bears or eagles, October is also a good month to visit southern Poland.Regular events
The event season in Poland begins with the Stettiner Theatertage and the Stadtfest in Köslin in April as well as with the maritime Ostseetage Swinemünde and the Festival of Early Music at the Marienburg in June. The festival continues with the fishing festival in Jastarnia in July, the Sopot Festival in August and the international Shakespeare Days in Gdansk's Wybrezeze Theatre in September. Young and old friends of the Middle Ages can also look forward to the great Viking Festival in Wollin in July, during which exhibition fights, handicrafts and numerous interactive activities await you and your children.
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The former German Hanseatic city of Gdansk has been known for its amber culture for centuries. In the narrow streets that branch off from the historic harbour into the old town, there are still numerous small shops and manufactories where the fossil resin is processed into artistic jewellery. Look over the shoulder of the craftsmen and treat yourself to such a piece of jewellery or use it as a souvenir.Dive into the pulsating nightlife of Warsaw
Those who book an apartment in the capital during their holiday in Poland and have something for the nightlife should definitely pay a visit to the Warsaw entertainment district. The Platinium Club near the National Opera, the Tygmont Jazz Club and the Opera Club, which attracts many young people with its classical music and modern ambience, are highly recommended.Relax in the Bieszczady Mountains
Nature lovers should travel to the low mountain range landscape on the border to Slovenia and the Ukraine, because not only breathtaking panoramas await them in the local national park, but with a bit of luck also encounters with animals that have long since ceased to be native to Germany, such as wild cats, brown bears and wolves. In any case, the ascent to Bieszczady, the highest mountain in the region with 1346 meters, is also part of it.Polish cuisine
The Polish cuisine is very hearty and therefore just right for lovers of hearty dishes. In order to enjoy traditional dishes such as the Polish national dish "Bigos", the beetroot soup "Barszcz" or the blood sausage with barley ("Kaszanka") as unadulterated as possible, you should tend to visit the smaller restaurants where the locals are also guests.In close contact with giant lizards
A visit to the Polish Jurassic Park is an absolute highlight for little dinofans. A good 30 kilometres behind the German-Polish border near Küstrin, loud yelling is already announcing that primeval creatures are up to their ears behind the metre-high fence. Embark on an exciting journey into the history of the earth and encounter over 100 life-size dinosaurs on the site. Between the Tyrannosaurus Rex and the Brachiosaurus, which rises 15 metres into the sky, radiant children's eyes are guaranteed.
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