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Poland Holidays 2020

When it comes to Poland holidays, it is fast becoming a popular choice. Located in Central Europe, the country has plenty of culture to discover and different scenery to explore. Holidays to Poland can be a city break, beach holiday and ski holiday all wrapped into one. So, however you choose to spend your trip, you're sure to get the most out of your cheap holiday to Poland. Even though Poland is a great destination for a quick weekend away, perhaps you would prefer to stay a little longer. Either way, there is loads to see and do when you stay in Poland. From old, historic, medieval castles in Krakow, fascinating sites from the past like Auschwitz to sandy Polish beaches along its Baltic coastline, you can have the perfect blend of sightseeing and relaxation.

Poland at a glance

Top attractions to visit

Warsaw Old Town, Krakow Jewish Quarter,  Wawel Castle

Explore the city

We love city breaks to Krakow, Warsaw and Gdansk

Sample the local food

Try the Polish dumplings, Pierogi, and Borscht (bright-red beetroot soup!)

Romantic spots

Stroll down the Love Heart Bridge in Wilanowska

Hit the nightlife & bar scene

Gdansk, Gdynia & Sopot are Poland’s nightlife hotspots

Must-visit historical sites

Wieliczka Salt Mine, Auschwitz-Birkenau Camps

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Things to do in Poland

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Top attractions in Poland

Top attractions in Poland

Poland has plenty of culture and history to go around, so as you can imagine, there is a lot to see and do once you arrive in this fascinating country. If you're looking for a city break, you might want to head to the capital Warsaw, where you can discover historic landmarks and sights. You can head to Warsaw Old Town, which attracts a lot of tourism. Full of medieval buildings which were repaired and reconstructed after the event of WWII and cobblestoned streets, taking a walk through this old town truly reminds you of a miniture village. Warsaw is also home to the Royal Castle, where generations of Polish monarchs resided, located in the Castle Square. 

Another great spot for a city break is Krakow, also renowned for its medieval architecture and buildings, as well as its Jewish Quarter. You can visit the stunning Wawel Castle, surrounded by a lush courtyard. On the other hand, if you'd like more of a tour, you can visit the Wieliczka Salt Mine during your holiday in Poland. This site, located in the Warsaw metropolitan area consists of a series of underground tunnels and chambers. There are chapels made out of rock salt by the miners who worked in these areas. It is an interesting historical site that is continuously a main tourist attraction in Poland. 

With Poland's place in history, it's hard not to come across sites which symbolise events from the past. So, its easy to see why Poland's Auschwitz Concentration Camp is a huge tourist attraction when it comes to spending your holidays in Poland. Tourists can visit the museum to learn more about the history of the camp, as well as engage on a tour guide. The grounds and exhibitions here really do give you a sense of why Auschwitz has become such a renowned symbol of the Holocaust.

Top beaches in Poland

Top beaches in Poland

When booking a beach destination for your summer holiday, Poland may not be the first place that comes to mind. But, the country's northern coast provides hidden gems when it comes to sandy beaches and plesant coastal towns. 

If you're asking yourself, 'what is Poland's biggest beach resort?', it is most definitely Sopot, situated between the two towns of Gdansk and Gdynia. This coastal town is home to Europe's longest pier which offers stunning views of the surrounding sandy beach as well as the Baltic Sea. There are many attractions along the beach, like souvenir shops and food vendors. But, you will also find restaurants, bars and clubs in this area too. 

Leba is yet another Polish coastal town which is located next to the amazing Slowinski National Park, known for its shifting sand dunes. If you're looking for a fine, white sand beach, Leba offers you that. The perfect place to relax and watch the sunset as the waves come rolling in. 

Jurata Beach is another great spot if you're looking to get active and have some fun. Of course you can relax and take in the sunshine, but if you want to get your hands on some water sports gear, this is the place to do it. At Jurata Beach you can have a go at windsurfing, kitesurfing and sailing. 

What our local experts say

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Poland weather

Poland weather
Jan
0°C
Avg. Dry Days 12
Feb
2°C
Avg. Dry Days 12
Mar
8°C
Avg. Dry Days 14
Apr
15°C
Avg. Dry Days 13
Nov
8°C
Avg. Dry Days 18
Dec
3°C
Avg. Dry Days 15

Your Poland questions answered

What is Poland famous for?

Poland is probably most well known for its love for good beer. However, the country is also known for its strong religion - it's one of the most religious countries in Europe.

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