Group Accommodation Poland

With vibrant big cities like Gdansk, Warsaw and Wroclaw and heaps of countryside, Poland is a great destination for outdoor fans. Gothic Krakow is definitely worth a visit with its medieval core and old town ringed by Planty Park.
History buffs will also be fascinated with the country’s 1,000 year-old history, from prehistoric flint mines to more recent history and the Holocaust memorials, places that will stay with you long after you physically leave. The former Jewish centres of Lodz and Lublin are full or heritage trails to explore as well. And once you’ve had your fill of cities, then Bialowieza Forest, a National Park, is a UNESCO biosphere reserve and home of the European Bison.