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Most Poland hotels offer free cancellation. Consider booking refundable hotels rather than non-refundable ones. Just look for the ‘free cancellation’ message during your hotel search. Prices can vary, but right now we believe that flexibility matters.
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With wild mountain landscapes, vast lakes and the sandy beaches of the Baltic Sea, Poland is a country of great natural beauty. Enjoy the medieval and modern cities as well in this hidden gem in central Europe.
Warsaw, the capital city, was almost completely destroyed during World War II. Its Old Town has been reconstructed to recreate the look and feel of the original. Stroll through winding cobblestone streets toward the Royal Castle. Stop at St. John’s Cathedral, originally built in the 14th century. Continue southwest from Old Town to the Warsaw Uprising Museum to learn about the city's failed rebellion against the Nazis. Farther east, stand on the observation deck of the Palace of Culture and Science for a superb view of the capital’s skyline from one of Poland’s tallest buildings.
Unlike the capital, Kraków escaped heavy war damage to its buildings. The city remains one of Poland’s most beautiful. One highlight is Wawel Royal Castle, the Gothic home to Polish monarchs from the 14th through the 17th centuries. Venture into underground crypts of the adjacent Wawel Cathedral to see the royal tombs. Bike or walk around Planty Park, a ring of parks and gardens encircling the Old Town, where the city’s medieval fortifications once stood.
About an hour’s drive west of Kraków are the Auschwitz concentration camps. Join a guided tour for insights into the horrors that were inflicted here.
Gdańsk is another city that’s worth a visit for its museums, galleries and the Gothic St. Mary’s Church, a massive brick structure.
Beyond the main cities, enjoy beautiful scenery. Hike through Kampinos National Park near Warsaw and Bieszczady National Park encompassing part of the Carpathian mountain range. Go hillwalking in the Tatra Mountains and canoe, windsurf or sail across the lakes of the Masurian Lake District. Enjoy fresh outdoor air while biking and horseback riding through its fields and forests. Reflect on your relaxing time in Poland as you stretch out on the beaches of the Baltic Sea.
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A: It depends on where you're planning to start your adventure in Poland. These are the airport terminals that service most incoming and outgoing flights in the country:
A: From plush options to those with fewer frills, you have plenty of choice. Many travellers choose to spend their days in apartments. Other typical types of accommodation in Poland are hotels, guest houses and apart-hotels.
A: The sky is the limit. We've got all the basics, like Poland flights, cars and hotels. We've also got a ton of attractions and activities to look at. Lock in just one of these options or fill your itinerary to the brim.
A: The easiest way to save is to bundle your bookings with the help of Expedia. Flights, Hotels and Experiences can be made into a neat little holiday package — doing this will save you precious time as well. Keep this in mind before you make your booking.
A: Starting your getaway in Warsaw? You'll find that many tourists enjoy visiting Old Town Square, Royal Castle and Lazienki Park.
If your travel plans focus on Lodz instead, Atlas Arena, Manufaktura and Radegast Station are all fabulous choices.
Finally, if Krakow is your only stop, allow time to swing past Main Market Square, Wawel Castle and Wieliczka Salt Mine.
Alles bestens besonderes das Essen hervorragend und die optimale Lage. Kommen bestimmt wieder.
cleanliness of the rooms, very comfortable beds, excellent breakfast, helpful staff.
Der Aufenthalt im Hilton war insgesamt angenehm. Kleine bauliche Mängel lasen sich sicherlich beheben. Gestört hat etwas die Umsetzung der Hygieneregeln nach Wiedereröffnung. Dass alle Gäste z.B. das gleiche Besteck beim Fühstücksbuffet anfassen (dürfen), ist doch in diesen Zeiten sehr ...
Great location, spotless, friendly and efficient staff. Would stay here again if I returned to Kraków.
Helt underbart hotel, allt var toppen! Tyvärr lite oerfaren personal men hotellet var ganska nyöppnat så personalen hade inte riktigt kommit in i det än.
Situated in Mikolajki, this hotel is within a 5-minute walk of Polish Museum of the Reformation and Lutheran Church Holy Trinity. Talty Lake and Sailors' Village are also within 10 minutes.
This day was for only one night. The beds were very comfortable. Beautiful kind gracious people. I thank you. I hadn't had any sleep for over 40 hours. It was what I needed to get the rest I needed. Thank you so very much
Es ist vollkommen ausreichend wenn man nur was zum schlafen braucht Aber alle sehr nett und freundlich Ich war sehr zufrieden und komme gern wieder