A two-day break
Come stay at our Campanile Cracowie/Krakow hotel and experience this marvel of Poland. The old town is home to many world-class monuments and restaurants, and everything is accessible by foot. Near Krakow , you will experience the beauty of the amazing landscape as you cruise the river. Perhaps one of Poland’s leading tourist attractions is the Dunajec River Gorge. This trip provides opportunities to visit the Niedzica Castle in the area, built in the 14th century by Hungarians to protect a trade route passing through the area. The boat-side view from the river grants you a stunning view of limestone cliffs and native flora, as well as rare bird species such as the Black Stork.
A week-long stay
With a week in Poland, why not experience the breathtaking scenery of the north? Amazing landscapes and unbelievable seashores will leave you stunned. Visit Gdansk and Sopot , home to one of the cleanest waters in Europe, the Masuria Lake. Afterwards, head over to the bustling capital, Warsaw , with its glass skyscrapers and exciting nightlife.
A family holiday
Travelling with your family? Poland offers a number of national parks to enjoy. On one side of the country, discover Slovinci NP near Leba and, on the other, the Gory Stolowe NP near Kudowa Zdroj, with its amazing rock formations. The Tatra NP around Zakopane is said to have the best mountains in Poland. Today, English speakers will find it fairly easier to get around in Poland, whereas ten years ago it would have been a different story!Officially known as the Republic of Poland, the country is located in central Europe, bordering Germany to the west and the Czech Republic and Slovakia to the south, the Ukraine, Belarus and Lithuania to the east and the Baltic Sea to the north.
The formation of Poland is said to have occurred with the adoption of Christianity by Mieszko I in 966, however the kingdom of Poland was formed in 1025. Later Poland was assimilated into the Kingdom of Prussia, the Russian Empire and Austria. The country only regained its independence in 1918 and then two decades later it was overrun by Nazi Germany and the Soviet Union.