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A diverse and culturally-rich country in Eastern Europe, Poland has been occupied or invaded by most of its neighbors over the centuries, but has managed to preserve or restore some of Europe's most distinctive and beautiful cities. Any visitor to Poland will be drawn by the romantic elegance of Krakow, while Gdansk in the north has its own lovingly-restored medieval center. The capital Warsaw has rebuilt its baroque palaces and is enjoying a 21st-century regeneration, while Poznan is a lively university town with a vibrant cafe culture. Poland's outdoor spaces are superb attractions in their own right, particularly the Tatra mountains of the south and the unique and ancient Bialowieza forest in the south-east. Online hotel booking specialist Venere offers the best value Poland hotels, regardless of location or budget. Book Poland accommodation in advance at Venere and enjoy your vacation in this fascinating country.

What's Poland Like?

Poland's cities are obvious starting points for any exploration of the country. Krakow is the jewel of Poland, one of the great Eastern European cities, with a Renaissance castle, a magnificent cathedral, an elegant art nouveau theater, and atmospheric streets full of tempting bars and cafes. In the north, Gdansk is significant as the birthplace of the Solidarity movement that triggered the downfall of the Communist regime in the 1980s, but its old town is striking, featuring the world's largest brick Gothic church. Nearby Sopot is a stylish and lively Baltic resort. In the south, the Tatra mountains offer facilities for hikers and skiers, spectacular waterfalls, picturesque mountain lakes, and wildlife that includes bears and lynxes. Poland hotels offer the perfect base to uncover the diverse treasures of this evocative land.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Poland

In major tourist destinations like Krakow, English may be widely understood, but elsewhere, not so much. The visitor to Poland should try at least a few basic phrases in Polish as ice-breakers. Handy greetings include "Dzien dobry" for good day and "Pani mowi po angielsku?" for do you speak English? Polish culinary specialties tend to be robust and inexpensive. Look out for traditional dishes like barszcz, the spicy beetroot soup often served with a small pie or pastry, and pierogi, dumplings stuffed with cheese, meat or mushrooms. Getting around Poland is relatively simple and cheap by train, although the services can be very slow. Consult the Venere site to get a wealth of information on Poland hotels. Our certified guest reviews, multiple photos and sample room descriptions provide a clear picture of what to expect from places to stay in Poland.