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Destination guide

We came, Warsaw, we conquered—Poland's cultural landscape

From the urban splendor of cosmopolitan Warsaw to the bucolic hills of the Polish countryside, Poland's got something for everyone. Stay in charming villages and picture-postcard towns, or get away from it all entirely by picking out your perfect cabin in the woods. Poland vacation rentals cover everything from the country's rolling hills to its modern, progressive cities, which means your trip can be as versatile and dynamic as you want it to be. History is everywhere in Poland—but planning a trip to this diverse country is a sure-fire way to liven up your future.

Things to do

Let sleeping dragons lie in mythical Krakow

Poland boasts a wealth of world-class sights, and at the top of the very long list is magical Krakow. Legend has it the city was founded after the defeat of a dragon, and fiery Krakow lives up to its historical reputation with a red-hot nightlife scene. It's also known for its ancient architecture, including breathtaking medieval buildings like Wawel Castle and Wawel Cathedral. If you'd rather browse Poland vacation rentals with views of rolling countryside, then look to the east, where wild bison roam in Bialowieza National Park, or head for the hills and hole up in the Tatras Mountains.

Activities

The past is always present in forward-thinking Poland

With a rich heritage stretching back about a thousand years, it's no surprise that Poland is the perfect destination for history buffs. The shadow of World War II still stretches over parts of the country, though, and one of Poland's most popular sites is certainly not for the faint of heart—walking tours of the Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camps, given daily by informed, compassionate guides, help bring to light the harrowing devastation that happened there. Elsewhere in the country, nature reigns, and you'll find plenty of opportunities to stretch your legs—whether you're hiking, biking, or even skiing the slopes of the Tatras Mountains.

Weather

Baltic breezes keep things cool on balmy summer days

Visiting in winter? You'll need a couple of shots of the county's famous vodka to keep warm—temperatures between November and February fall well below freezing, and you'll see locals bundled up in coats and scarves. Winter may seem like a dubious time for Poland vacation rentals, but the ski season heats up around mid-December in the Tatras mountains, and you'll be in good company if you're looking to hit the slopes. Summer (June–August) is a popular time on the Baltic coast—the mercury regularly hits the mid-70s, and the area's seaside towns, ample sunshine, and cool breezes make for a dreamy getaway.

Natural features

Poland's forests—where the wild things (still) are

Sharing borders with Germany, Belarus, Ukraine, Lithuania, Slovakia, and the Czech Republic, Poland is where east meets west in central Europe. The seaside resorts along the country's Baltic coastline come alive in the summer, and historic Gdansk is a delight to visit in any season. To the south is the ever-popular city of Krakow, and Warsaw, Poland's capital, sits right in the middle of the country. To the east, the countryside becomes much wilder, with old-growth forests perfect for getting lost (or not—watch out for those wolves!), while the Tatras Mountains offer hiking and skiing along the Slovakian border.

What's the best place to stay if you're looking to rent a house for a weekend in Poland?

If you want some vitamin "sea," browse our vacation homes at Vistula River Beach in Nowa Praga. Walk the beach at sunset, do a few downward dogs on the shoreline, feast on seafood lunches ... Even if you only have a weekend to spare, there are plenty of ways to get into relaxation mode in this popular part of Poland.

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