Poland in July: tips for making the most of your summer in Poland The cover photo features Lake Wigry National Park in Northern Poland Weather in Poland in July July is a month characterized by hot weather and warm nights in Poland. The average monthly temperature in July in Poland is 19°C / 66°F, and the…

Glamping in Poland – for those who love the idea of reconnecting with nature by going on a camping trip but aren’t too keen on the basic living arrangements Glamping comes from combining the words “glamorous” and “camping”. It means accommodation surrounded by nature while maintaining the comfort and amenities offered by the hotel. Glamping…

16 amusement parks and theme parks in Poland “JuraPark Krasiejów” – a dinosaur theme park between the cities of Wrocław and Kraków Photo source: JuraPark Krasiejów “Zoo Borysew” – a zoo in central Poland famous for white tigers and lions Photo source: Zoo Borysew “Zatorland” – animatronic dinosaurs, mythology park, funfair (located in the same…

Places to visit in Mazury, Poland Masuria (Mazury in Polish), a region famous for its lakes, is located in north-eastern Poland, in the Warmian-Masurian Voivodeship/Province, whose capital is the city of Olsztyn. The Province has two parts: Warmia and Mazury. Informally, everything (including Warmia and Olsztyn) that is in north-eastern Poland and has lakes is…

Poland in May: tips for making the most of your spring in Poland Unusual and unique hotels & accommodation in Poland for a holiday with a difference Are you looking for an experience to take your holiday up a notch? Our list offers exciting alternative accommodations set in beautifully unique places all over Poland. Our…