Only selected flats can make it on to our collection of the finest holiday apartments in Poland. The most modern. The fanciest. The most stylish. The LOVEliest.
Each and every apartment in the collection has its own unique look and feel. Whether it’s loft-style, modernistic or deluxe, the interior design of all the flats really stands out.
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FEATURED DESTINATIONS IN POLAND
Cobbled streets, colourful façades, decorative lamp posts, romantic alleys… The historic centres of Krakow, Poznan and Wroclaw retain their old-world charm making the three cities must-see places in Poland. A plethora of café-gardens, restaurants and open-air attractions (such as horse-drawn carriages and mime artists) create a dynamic atmosphere that will suit couples and families alike.
The south of Poland boasts beautiful mountain ranges, including the majestic Tatras and picturesque Beskids. While it’s always a good idea to come here in winter and go skiing, it is the other seasons that bring out the best of the region. Scenic trails, panoramic views and a spectacle of colours and scents all leave a lasting impression on those who love the great outdoors.
Cool as it is, the Baltic Sea attracts lots of tourists in the warmer months of the year. The reason for that is its gorgeous coast perfect for catching the sun and taking long walks. Beautiful, sandy beaches lined with pines and high cliffs giving spectacular views are by far the most characteristic features of the Polish seaside.
With stylish clubs, plenty of shops and great museums, major Polish cities have got what it takes to keep visitors entertained. What makes them different from other city break destinations is an eclectic atmosphere: an intriguing mix of the old and the new. They also have a varied calendar of events ranging from concerts to design festivals and marathons.
To get away from the main tourist routes, it’s best to think small. Little towns and villages offer a totally different travel experience and seem a perfect choice for laid-back weekend breaks and outdoor activity holidays. Not to mention that they give visitors an added bonus of being able to see Poland’s local colour.