Poland Holidays – Cheap Flights, Holiday Rentals and Tours

During your holiday in Poland you discover a land full of pride people, character, hospitality, culture and traditions. But the country is also home to beautiful landscapes ranging from vast plains, snowy mountains and vast forests.

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In the north of Poland you can enjoy the coast with its beaches, promenades and harbor. Discover the Hanseatic city Gdansk in Poland and you should visit the capital Warsaw of course. Check out the travel agencies listed below, and book your holiday to Poland, safe and secure online!

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Coach Holiday – The little-known holiday country Poland is a good destination for a coach holiday or city breaks. During a bus tour in Poland you will see that this country has many cultural treasures and historic towns. How about a visit to the cities Krakow or Gdansk during your coach holiday, through Poland? The nature and culture of the country will be dealt with extensively during this tour. Visit our coach holiday page to book your holiday to Poland!

Ski and Snowboard Holiday – Southern Poland is well known for its impressive Tatra Mountains, the highest mountains in Poland. This mountain range provides for both the novice and the advanced skier or snowboarder, plenty of opportunities. By cable car, you can travel to the top of the Kasprowy Wierch Mountain (1.987m above sea level). Or drive with a ski bus to Bialka Tatrzanksa, where more than 14 slopes await you. During your winter holiday in Poland you can enjoy nature, culture and relaxation. After a day at the slopes, you can unwind in the spa area of the Aquapark in Zakopane, which includes a sauna, jacuzzi and massage. Or go for dinner in one of the many nice (regional) restaurants in the center of town. You can also enjoy yourself at night in one of the many entertainment venues in the center of Zakopane.

City Break Krakow – The fact that Krakow survived World War II, almost untouched, has always been a great attraction for tourists. The oldest surviving buildings date from the early 13th century. The city has expanded over the years, reflecting various construction styles, especially Renaissance. In the center of this historic city, you can find the largest market in Europe, the lively medieval market square Rynek Glówny with its famous Cloth Hall and many cafes and restaurants. Also make sure to visit the royal castle Wavel.

A visit to the Jewish quarter of Kazimierz should also belong in the program of the Krakow-visitor. The cozy little cafes, art galleries and antique shops, the cobbled streets lined with stately buildings, the historic character, have a magnetic attraction. Stroll through the narrow streets, visit the Synagogue, or blow off steam in one of the tastefully decorated cafes with outdoor terrace.

Krakow is a city full of stories and myths, but it’s also a university town. The pride of the city is the Jagiellonian University, one of the oldest in Europe. Of the 800,000 inhabitants of Krakow, there are 100,000 students. These students are mainly housed in historic homes and the students can be found in the more than 200 cellars of Krakow, which have been converted into bars and nightclubs. There is also a great and lively nightlife in Krakow.

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It is possible to visit the former German concentration camp Auschwitz from Krakow on your own, but we advise you to visit Auschwitz or the second camp, Auschwitz-Birkenau with a guide.

Visit our city breaks page to book a holiday to the Polish capital Warsaw.

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