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Holidays in Poland

Historic resilience meets natural beauty.

Discover the real Poland with Your Co-op Travel 

Poland has 17 UNESCO World Heritage Sites, giving you just a taste of what the country has to offer for the curious traveller. From historic sites and old town architecture to ancient forests and beautiful beaches, Poland offers so much to interest, entertain and impress tourists. 

Whether you’re a historian, nature enthusiast, beach lover or culture vulture, Poland promises a holiday filled with unforgettable experiences.  

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    Winter city break to Krakow

    Spend 3-nights at Aparthotel Grodzka 21 located in Krakow's Old Town. Hold Luggage included. Based on 21st January 2024 departure.


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    Top 10 sights to see in Poland 

    1. Medieval old town

    Immerse yourself in the history of Krakow’s old town. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, the old town is one of the best preserved medieval urban complexes in Europe.

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      Poland overview

      During the 16th and 17th centuries, Poland was one of the largest and most influential countries in Europe. It was also the birthplace of world-renowned composer Frédéric Chopin and author Henryk Sienkiewicz. 

      Today, the country has a rich culture of arts, music, literature and dance. The Polish language and its unique alphabet are integral parts of the nation’s identity, as well as traditional Polish folk culture, which is celebrated with colourful costumes and festivals.  

      Religion, in particular Roman Catholicism, is central to Poland’s culture, and its importance is evident in the religious landmarks, churches and cathedrals across the country. 

      What to eat

      The food you’ll find in Poland tends to be hearty comfort food that’s deeply rooted in traditional cuisine. Tuck into pierogi, dumplings filled with potatoes, cheese, meat or mushrooms, or fill up on bigos, a hearty dish known as ‘hunter’s stew’. Polish sausages, called kielbasa, are popular as well as schabowy, similar to a pork schnitzel. To finish your meal on a sweet note, try paczki (filled doughnuts) or sernik (cheesecake).

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        Prices correct as of 03/11/2023, subject to change and availability. Provided by Co-op Holidays, ATOL protected 11121. Where applicable, resort fees are payable locally. Prices based on 2 adults sharing.