Poland’s rich history and tradition will take you to unimaginable journey from ancient times to rich medieval times all the way to modern history. 

Destinations in Poland

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Captivating cities meet picturesque, postcard-perfect landscapes in Poland. Sandwiched between Germany, Ukraine and Belarus in central Europe, the country’s thousand-year history has been heavily influenced by its diverse neighbours. Urban hangouts are flooded with buzzing markets, traditional restaurants and more authentic vodka bars than you could shake a shot glass at.

Poland has long been a nation steeped in tradition and history, although the past twenty years have witnessed such dizzying economic development that the country is starting to feel more and more like the West. Still, beneath the gleaming surface lies a culture firmly rooted in Eastern hospitality and community values, and fascinating reminders of the turbulent past are everywhere. Poland is also a land of considerable natural beauty, whose idyllic lakes, beaches and mountains provide a nice contrast to the cultural rigours of the cities.

Warsaw, the capital, conforms to stereotypes of Eastern European greyness, but it does boast an historic centre, beautiful parks and vibrant nightlife. Kraków, the ancient royal capital in the south, is the real crowd-puller, rivalling the elegance of Prague and Vienna, while Gdańsk on the Baltic Sea offers an insight into Poland’s dynamic politics as well as the golden beaches at the nearby resort of Sopot.

Poland’s rich history and tradition will take you to unimaginable journey from ancient times to rich medieval times all the way to modern history.

So Poland really does have it all, beautiful coastal beaches and sand dunes, glacier-carved lake districts, lowlands as flat as a pancake, splendid forests, old and new mountains (including the only table-like mountains in Europe!), even a desert.

Weather in Poland

The climate of Poland is maritime and sometimes continental determined by the geographical location. The average monthly temperature in July is 19 degrees Celsius (66° Fahrenheit), but sometimes in the summer the temperatures rises to 30 degrees Celsius (86° Fahrenheit). Summer is the best time to visit Poland. Winters are usually very cold, but can be mild some years. The temperature is usually below 0 and sometimes goes till -20 °C (-4° Fahrenheit). In the mountains the snow lies till April or some years even May.

Flight Information

Flight duration approx. 2 hours 15 mins from UK.


Polish Zloty

Time Difference

UK +1hr



Our current offers in Poland

Spatz Aparthotel

Spatz is a real jewel of Kazimierz district. It is situated in the historic centre of Cracow in cultural, shopping and business area, surrounded by climatic houses. This is an unforgettable journey to the past. This hotel is an ideal destination for discovery.

Unicus Hotel

Hotel Unicus Krakow Old Town is a modern boutique property located in Kraków’s Old Town, just 250 yards from the Main Market Square. The Wawel Royal Castle is situated within a 20-minute walk from the hotel. Famous Kazimierz Jewish District with many cafés and restaurants is just 0.9 miles away.

Santi Hotel

The hotel is set in a thirteenth-century building, offering completely renovated apartments with preserved historical features. The iconic Old Market and central square are only a stone’s throw away.