Poland is a country in Eastern Europe, filled with big castles and ancient museums. It is a country that is rich in history and proud of it. Apart from the bustling cities like Warsaw and Krakow, Poland also offers unspoilt natural beauty in the forms of lakes, wooded areas, rivers and hills. It is as we mentioned, a historic destination on account of Poland being central to the World War II. Memorials and synagogues abound in this country for a walk back in time. For those looking for some adventure though, Poland also has hiking and canoeing opportunities.
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The major regions of Poland are Greater Poland, Lesser Poland and Masovia. The former is very well-known for its cycle trails, such as the One Hundred Lakes Trail and the Piast Trail. The latter is frequently visited as it comprises of Warsaw, which is Poland's capital. Lesser Poland abounds with beautiful architecture in the form of wooden churches and the Wawel Royal Castle. It also holds Krakow, another famous Polish city.
March to May and September to November is the best time to visit Poland
Friendly and kind locals. Delicious food. Centrally located for easy travel. Relatively cheaper destination.
Extreme winters. Poor road conditions. Subtle racism.
There are a lot of places you can stay at while in Poland. Hotels that are a part of renowned global chains are the primary option for most. Apart from that, little hotels that do quite well for themselves run in small towns. You could also choose to stay in a townhouse, with beams running through the ceilings, or in an old medieval castle or hunting lodge. Campsites are also available by lakes, near sand dunes or inside forests. This option is recommended if you're on a shoestring budget but want to make the most of your visit. Another option would be to stay in an agrotourism farm and live the life of a farmer. You can learn how a farm functions and even take part in a lot of activities there.
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