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Tarnovia Hotel
Tarnovia Hotel Star Rating 3        
Kościuszki 10

A 16-minute walk from the Muzeum Okręgowe w Tarnowie, this upscale hotel is 5 km from St. Martin's Peak.The contemporary rooms feature free Wi-Fi and satellite TV.
Hotel Logos
Hotel Logos Star Rating 2        
ul. Uphagena 28

A 13-minute walk from Gdańsk Wrzeszcz train station, this casual redbrick hotel with a gabled roof is 4 km from both Old Town and St. Mary's Church.Featuring wood furnishings, the warmly decorated rooms come with free Wi-Fi, and flat-screen TVs with premium channels.
Hotel Oriza
Hotel Oriza Star Rating 3        
ul. Bocheńska 1311

Peacefully located in the Polish countryside, yet only 18.6 miles from Krakow, this 3-star hotel offers free Wi-Fi, elegantly decorated rooms and a restaurant.All rooms at Hotel Oriza feature a flat-screen TV with cable channels, a small seating area and a wardrobe to store clothes.
Dworek Lachowicze
Dworek Lachowicze        
Grzegorzowice 83A, Wasniow

This comfortable guest house in Wasniow provides complimentary Wi-Fi, as well as a playground and a games room. It also offers conference rooms, a BBQ/picnic area and a garden.All of the stylish rooms at Dworek Lachowicze feature a shower.
ul. Trakt Brzeski 3B

Traktat is located in the green outskirts of Warsaw, and is surrounded by a green garden. Restaurant and free WiFi access are available.Each air-conditioned, classically furnished room here will provide you with a flat-screen TV and a balcony.
Kania Lodge
Kania Lodge        
Sitna Gora 10

Offering a barbecue and hot tub, Kania Lodge is set in Kartuzy in the Pomerania Region, 18.6 miles from Gdańsk. Guests can enjoy the on-site restaurant.
Villa Zakamycze
Villa Zakamycze Star Rating 3        
Zakamycze 38

Set amidst gardens, this relaxed, modern lodging is 2 km from Krakow Zoo, 8 km from the medieval Main Square and 12 km from the 14th-century Wawel Castle.Cozy rooms with wood furnishings feature en suite bathrooms, flat-screen TVs and free Wi-Fi. Upgraded rooms add whirlpool tubs.
Pokoje Goscinne Bed & Breakfast Unikat Krakow
Pokoje Goscinne Bed & Breakfast Unikat Krakow Star Rating 3        
Wiślna 10

Centrally located, Pokoje Goscinne Bed & Breakfast Unikat Krakow offers easy access to Krakow's popular tourist and retail hot spots. It also provides off-site parking, a garden and free Wi-Fi.Equipped to ensure a comfortable stay, rooms offer a desk, a radio and a coffee maker.
Krakow City Apartments
Krakow City Apartments Star Rating 3        
Szpitalna 34

Situated in the heart of the city, Krakow City Apartments offers easy access to Krakow's main shopping and sightseeing areas. It provides free Wi-Fi and a laundry service, and is an easy walk from the Czartoryski Museum.Apartments at Kraków City Apartments are comfortable and provide a microwave.
La Gioia Modern Designed Apartments Krakow
La Gioia Modern Designed Apartments Krakow Star Rating 4        
Władysława Syrokomli 3/10

Located amongst a range of well-known tourist attractions, boutiques and restaurants, La Gioia Modern Designed Apartments Krakow is ideal for guests wanting to discover Krakow and its surroundings. Guests can also enjoy free internet access throughout the property.All apartments are air conditioned and feature well-equipped kitchenettes with refrigerators and microwaves.
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Poland is the home of: Nicolaus COPERNICUS, Fryderyk CHOPIN, Lech WALESA and Pope John Paul II. My country, located in the plains between Germany and Russia (today Belarus, Ukraine and Lithuania as well), bordered in the south by Slovakia and the Czech Republic has suffered severely from the ravages of war. But each time it has been rebuilt by its inhabitants. Poland has really opened up after the fall of the Berlin wall and is becoming a very attractive destination for travelers. It has many historic towns and cities that testify of the long history of the Polish state, great natural beauty and a unique coast. The two primary destinations are the present capital Warsaw, which like a phoenix rose from the ashes of total destruction in World War II, and the ancient capital Krakow, untouched by war, which is an exquisite treasure of Gothic and Renaissance architecture. Poland is too large to be properly appreciated in one visit. There is too much to see. Discover central Poland, with its many wild national parks easily reached from Warsaw, or the north and the Baltic coast with the ancient port of Gdansk. In the western part you will find Wielkopolska, the cradle of the nation, and in the south Malopolska and the Tatry mountains easily reached from Krakow. In the southwest Silesia with its many old castles and mounains is worth a visit.