List of holiday lets in Poland and elsewhere

list of holiday lets

There are some extremely talented street artists and portrait painters in Poland. This one was spotted in Zakopane.


Holiday lets

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Poland is a country for holidays and short breaks at all times of year

Winter holiday lets

ski in PolandExpect snow, frozen rivers, outdoor ice skating, icicles, skiing and sleigh rides from January to March. Winter wonderland time in southern Poland with sparkling frostly landscapes and a bite in the air.

Don't miss the Christmas market in Cracow or Krakow. Celebrate New Year or Sylwester with the Poles.

Plenty of ski slopes for skiers of all abilities in southern Poland, almost every town has ski slopes and skiing. Log fires welcome you inside for cosy sociable evenings.


Easter and Spring holiday lets

holidays poland springFind beautiful fresh wildflowers, blossom and green shoots. Good walking and sightseeing weather, especially if you're climbing hills.

Birdwatchers can observe birds at their busiest collecting food for their young. Poland is a great location for birdwatching holidays with a wide variety of birds. Also unusual butterflies.

Easter is still a big religious festival in Poland with much pomp and ceremony. Enjoy hand-painted eggs, chocolate eggs, festivals and fun.


Summer holiday lets

summer holidays polandSummer days are hot in Poland - it's generally warmer than the UK, perfect for lounging outside, swimming, fishing, sitting at pavement cafes and relaxing. This is when Polish people walk and cycle and take thier holidays. Wheat fields are golden and grasshoppers chirp in the meadows.

Explore Poland's natural lakes, forests and mountains. Splendid unspoiled scenery, the countryside teems with wildlife. Brown bears and plentiful wildlife in the national parks.

Autumn holiday lets

holidays poland sutumnAutumn is a lovely season in Poland when the trees display gorgeous rich colours ranging from pale gold through to deep red and copper, fallen leaves litter the ground and the nights start drawing in earlier. The log piles in Poland grow larger in preparation for winter.

People in the country pick apples and pears to store to last throughout the winter months and dry hay on special wooden stands in the meadows.

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