From £41 pp
Situated at the crossroads of Europe, Poland is a country that has been torn up, battered around, and is now rising again to offer to travellers some extremely unique experiences.
Medieval clashes with modern, and from the historic Gdańsk to the slick Warsaw, Poland is a relatively untapped gem ready to be your next unique European experience.
Vast forests and mountains as dark as chapters of it’s past, Poland is rich land of stories and legends, of traditions and innovation, all served with lashings of vodka.
Sunny in the middle summer months, there are chances of rain, but you can be guaranteed entrance to all tourists attractions. These are the school holidays, so you may run into larger crowds, particularly at weekends.
March, April & October
Cooler months, but the weather can still be sunny and the temperature is relatively comfortable in most places. Some attractions may have shorter opening hours, but that’s the price you pay for escaping the crowds.
The months for skiing in Poland’s resorts. It can be pretty cold in these times, so wrap up warm, but the only busy time will be the week between Christmas and New Year.