If you are looking for a short, refreshing trip to a place where culture and entertainment come together, why not choose Polish cities for your weekend escape?
Krakow is an all-time favorite, but Warsaw and more recently Wroclaw and Gdansk have become hits as well. Two to four days will be sufficient not only for an introduction to a new exciting city, but also for an excursion to the best attractions in the vicinity.
We prepare weekend packages in beautiful places for couples looking for a romantic weekend, or small groups of colleagues and friends who just want to party in a new location. We will make your stay memorable.
In Krakow and Warsaw there are special add-ons:
Krakow is remarkable for its historical district, which survives intact, attracting hundreds of thousands of visitors annually. The compact and tremendously beautiful old town brims with outstanding sights from all epochs, and has a number of great restaurants and cozy cafés. The magical old Polish capital is governed by rituals while exuding the air of a well-established showcase institution. People are the most important element: they become pilgrims heading to Krakow for refreshment and the reassuring comforts of traditions and heritage.
Warsaw shirks generalizations. Downtown skyscrapers and wide avenues congested by rush hour traffic project a city where business comes first. But do not be put off by the façade. Everybody knows Warsaw was almost completely destroyed during World War II, but the city got back on its feet. The lost buildings have been recreated to look even older, and rolled in with an eclectic architectural package of the socialist, modernist, postmodernist and the undefined. The enigmatic puzzle is fragmented; each fragment is charmingly pleasant in its own way.
If you have been to Warsaw and Krakow, then request a city break in Wroclaw, Gdansk, Poznan or Lodz. Many people will tell you that these cities are even more beautiful than Krakow or Warsaw.