Poland holidays and tours, 2015 and 2016

Our Poland holidays take in the best sites & off-the-beaten-track places from historic Warsaw & Krakow to the wildlife & scenery of the Carpathian Mountains. All our Poland holidays are provided by operators committed to supporting local people & the environment.
Poland walking holiday in the High Tatras
Rugged mountains and the historic city of Krakow, from 849 - 999 (9 days) inc UK flights
Vienna to Budapest tour
Travel five countries for memories to last a lifetime, from 1260 - 1570 (15 days) ex flights
Central and Eastern Europe holiday
The highlights of Eastern and Central Europe, from 850 - 1290 (10 days) ex flights
Poland & Slovakia cycling holiday
Cycling holiday in High Tatras, the Carpathian mountains, from 1220 (8 days) ex flights
Poland and Slovakia family holiday
Family activity summer holiday the Carpathian Mountains, from 695 (8 days) ex flights
Cycling holiday in Poland
Cycle in medieval towns & unspoilt Poland, from 849 - 899 (8 days) inc UK flights
North Eastern Europe motorcycle tours
Enjoy North Eastern Europe with friendly guides + good bikes, from 6298 (18 days) ex flights
Baltic holiday, North Eastern Europe
Capture the history of this less discovered corner of Europe, from 649 (7 days) ex flights
Eastern Europe tour, the Baltic experience
Experience the diverse delights of the Baltic states, from 1560 - 1890 (15 days) ex flights
Central Europe winter activity holiday
A fantastic winter holiday in Central Europe, from 1290 (7 days) ex flights
Skiing guesthouse in the Polish Carpathians
Unique holidays in the mountains of Beskid Niski in Poland, from 15 - 25 per person per night
Central European tours
A fascinating and varied journey through the heart of Europe, from 1299 - 1349 (14 days) inc UK flights
Poland holidays
Discover new and old Poland, from 1499 (15 days) inc UK flights
Czech Republic, Slovakia and Poland family tour
Authentic family holiday in Eastern Europe, from 1228 (10 days) ex flights
Berlin to Venice small group holiday
Adventure-filled Central Europe tour from Germany to Italy, from 1325 - 1520 (15 days) ex flights
Poland farmstay, Silesia
Charming villa located in the valley of the River Warta, from 25 - 50 per accommodation per night (sleeps 2-4)
Self-catering cottages in Mierki, Poland
Cottages in Masurian Lake District, peaceful rural location, from 60 - 85 per accommodation per night

9 reviews for Poland holidays3 star overall rating

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Vienna to Budapest tour
The most memorable for me was waking through the sandstone canyons in the Teplice National Park. (more)David Simpson
I loved the Czech Republic in particular and also walking in the Tatra mountians. I will be telling everyone that if they want to ski they should try Slovakia as a skiing destination. Cesky Krumlov and Prague are the most fascinating cities and I will definitely be returning to visit them again. (more)Helen Spooner
Well thought out - good mix of free time and planned activities. V.good trip notes and information - really useful for planning what to see and how to get there. (more)fenella williams
From 1260 - 1570 excluding flights
Cycling holiday in Poland
Experiencing the countryside, food and culture of the country by bike...Overall the cycle tour Pedalling in Poland was a really enjoyable experience. (more)Jane McCallum
The most memorable bit was cycling in the countryside. (more)Jean Dewart
From 849 - 899 including UK flights
Eastern Europe tour, the Baltic experience
Memorable parts? Cycling in Tallinn, testing fresh food in central market of Riga, kayaking and pick mushrooms in the Aukstaitija National Park. Dinning in Warsaw and the very lovely sunny tour leader. Tips? Travel light, ready to walk up to twenty minutes and claim stairs with all your luggage. Be well prepared with tourist information in all places, as the tour leader is not a tour guide, only gives out limited local information and may leave you behind if you walk too slow. Local... (more)Xiaoling Wang
From 1560 - 1890 excluding flights

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5 stars
I am reborn! Simply the best holiday I have ever been on
4 stars
Some great stories to tell the grandchildren. Would recommend to a friend
3 stars
Very enjoyable
2 stars
It was OK
1 star
A bit disappointing really

Want to know more about Poland holidays before you go?

Find out more about Poland by reading these articles.

Pass through the heavy oaken gate into the Strict Nature Reserve (SNR) in Poland's Bialowieza Forest National Park and you step back in time. This is a forest such as you have never seen before, a true fairy tale forest, the Wildwood of 7,000 years ago. Oak and ash, lime, spruce and hornbeam soar to 40 metres and more. Cathedral pillars of trees, branchless until they form the canopy far above, "Some people come expecting the eerily dark taiga forest they have in Russia." my guide, Stawek Marczuk, remarked. "Bialowieza is not like that, it is a Robin Hood forest." And he is right, there is none of the forbidding atmosphere experienced in some forests, this is a friendly place. One of the most unusual aspects of the Strict Nature Reserve is the amount of timber on the ground. Ever since the National Park was established in 1932 fallen trees have been allowed to lie where they dropped except where this is across tracks and paths. Then they are sawn by hand and dragged clear with horses. No powered machinery is allowed. A dead oak may last for a hundred years and each soon acquires a wonderful hanging garden of mosses, soft woodland grasses, small flowers and mysterious fungi. Having Europe's largest remaining herd of free ranging bison is probably what makes Bialowieza most famous. They were exterminated here in 1919 and a re-introduction programme using zoo stock was begun in 1929. The first bison were released in 1952 and the herd is now maintained at around 260 animals. Ironically, being grazers, they prefer to live in the exploited forest outside the national park because the felling of trees leaves clearings where grass can grow for a while. They have been fed in the winter since 1810 in order to prevent unnecessary damage to trees and this is when they are easiest to find. Spotting them in summer is almost impossible and, although a poor substitute, the captive animals in the Bison Reserve close to Bialowieza village enable you to appreciate the scale of Europe's largest land mammal. Certainly they could give you a nasty nudge! Bialowieza Forest covers 1,500 square kilometres but only 40% is in Poland. I say 'only' but it still means travelling through continuous forest for a minimum of twelve miles in order to reach Bialowieza village. Of this the national park is limited to just a sixth and only part of that is SNR. The remainder is exploited forest, unprotected and still containing a significant but declining number of soaring old growth trees which are gradually being cut. The remaining 60% is in Belaruse where it has all been protected as the State National Park Belovezhskaya Puscha. These two national parks were additionally given UNESCO World Heritage Site status in 1992, one of a handful of European transfrontier sites. Read more about Poland in this Poland article.

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