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Price and Availability Index in Poland
Vacation Rental Price Information in Poland
This graph displays average prices of the vacation rentals and holiday apartments located in Poland. Vacation rental prices are the highest in July (7/6 - 7/13). Poland is cheaper in a week of February (2/1 - 2/8), where prices are on average $71 a night.
Rental Availability Information in Poland
Our availability graph helps you identify the busiest months in Poland. It is harder to find an accommodation during a week of February (2/8 - 2/15), as 67% of the rentals are booked. Conversely, it is in June (6/1 - 6/8) that the highest percentage of rentals are available.
Vacation rentals in Poland - discover the delights of this Europen gem
Located in Central Europe, Poland is brimming with an abundance of splendid architecture, world-class museums and attractions plus impressive coastlines along the Baltic Sea. Accommodation choices are eclectic, from country cottages to city apartments, your choice of where to stay is as varied as the wild landscapes and cosmopolitan vibes of the country itself.
Whatever the weather - make the most of Poland
Poland has a temperate climate with warm summers and cold winters, making it an excellent all year destination. It rarely gets exceedingly hot in the summer months, but winter can bring long cold snaps with significant amounts of snowfall. Warm summers bring the opportunity of trips to the beach along the Baltic Coast and multiple opportunities for exploring the lakes and countryside of Warmia-Masuria.
When winter arrives, the historic cities of Warsaw and Krakow really come to life. Christmas markets pepper the medieval squares, and both the world-class restaurants and locally run milk cafés (government subsidised canteen dining) serve up hearty portions of Polish dumplings and beer.
Be a culture vulture in Poland
Many of the cultural activities in Poland are situated in the large, cosmopolitan cities of Warsaw and Krakow. The Palace of Culture and Science dominates Warsaw's skyline. It houses several museums, and you can travel to the top of the Soviet structure for a small fee. The Royal Castle, located in the Old Town, and the Wilanów Palace might be of interest to those with a passion for the past. If modern history is your thing, then the Warsaw Uprising Museum is a moving account of Polish resistance against the Germans in WW2.
Krakow, Poland's second biggest city, is awash with historical buildings at every turn. Some of the most impressive structures, which are itinerary musts, are St Mary's Basicila, Wawel Cathedral, and Cloth Hall - a town hall home to a pretty Polish art museum. The National Museum in Krakow is also worth a visit for those interested in a comprehensive overview of the country. A visit to Oskar Schindler's Enamel Factory is also a moving but incredibly worthy half day experience.
What to do when the sun goes down in Poland
All small towns and villages in Poland have a collection of bars and restaurants, and the larger cities have even more options for evening activities. Located just behind the south side of Nowy Świat in Warsaw (accessed via the alleyways) is a collection of local style bars reminiscent of times gone by. The city also has several theaters, the most impressive being the National Museum and Teatr Wielki - both of which showcase a variety of productions. Ballet is a great option for non-native speakers, and operas are often surtitled in both Polish and English.
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