Warsaw’s rich historyThe capital Warsaw was virtually levelled by bombing in World War II, after which repairs returned it to its original state. This was so successful that the inner city is now listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Attractions here include the Royal Castle and the Warsaw Historical Museum. The Royal Way (Szlak Królewski) connects the old city centre with new parts of the city.
Young, energetic KrakowKrakow is an energetic student city with a lively party scene. Start at a café on the main square, called Rynke Glówny. If you’d like to visit the cathedral and the royal palace (Wawel Castle) where former kings were crowned, you’ll have to climb the Wawel Hill. Many tourists also visit the former Auschwitz extermination camp, now a museum, located around 70 km from Krakow.
Small town ZakopaneZakopane is a town at the foot of the famous Tatra Mountains. It’s a great place to explore this mountain range from. During the winter, you can go skiing, snowboarding, and cross-country skiing. In the summer, go on hikes or go mountain biking, white-water rafting, or horse-riding.
Masuria; cultural lake districtMasuria, also known as the ‘land of a thousand lakes’, is a stunning lake district in northeast Poland. The largest lakes are Mamry, Śniardwy and Niegocin. The area can be explored by sailboat, canoe, bicycle, or car. If you’d like to experience some culture, visit the city of Gdansk on the Baltic Sea. Bed and Breakfast Poland also offers BnB’s in this breath-taking area!
Book your BnB in Poland now!We could spend many more hours telling you about the sights in beautiful Poland but you simply need to experience them for yourself. Go on a fantastic journey of discovery and don’t delay booking your ticket and your accommodation in a lovely BnB from Bed and Breakfast Poland!