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Log Cabins & Lodges in Poland
If you're looking for a relaxing place on a mountain away from the noise of traffic, Poland has exactly what you're looking for. Spectacular log cabins and lodges located in beautiful green mountains with landscapes that will impress you with their clear lakes, extensive forests and green fields covered with orchids. All this wonderful ecosystem and the variety of tourist activities make Poland the perfect place for a holiday and a well-deserved rest in the distance.Contemporary cosy cabins with hot tubs
Poland offers you cabins with a modern facade, stylish interior, wooden walls and fully equipped kitchens. You can find a wide variety of modern apartments with balconies and cabins that include beautiful gardens decorated with flowers, terraces, relaxing saunas and hot tubs to enjoy under the stars. In addition to this you can also find some with a swimming pool for the children to have fun in and barbecues to prepare an excellent dinner to enjoy with the family.
Travellers and activities
For families, Poland has hundreds of things to do and see. In the city of Krakow you can visit one of the most amazing museums, The Museum of Illusions. You and your family will be amazed by a magical world of scientific illusions. You will be intrigued by how everything works and you will be part of the exhibition. In Warsaw you can also find another excellent interactive museum, called "Pinball Station" located in the centre of the city. With more than 60 free pinball machines and arcades you will feel like a child again. Another tourist attraction you can't miss is the Upside-Down House, located in Szymbark. It is a fully furnished house in the style of the 70's but it is set up upside down, you will have to enter through the attic window to get around. A rather strange attraction with a hidden message that you will discover when you visit it. However, Poland also offers many other places for the family such as HistoryLand a lay museum located in Krakow where children can take a fun journey through more than 1000 years of Polish history, built with more than a million legos.Poland for outdoor lovers
If you love being outdoors, surrounded by sun and breeze, the moving sand dunes located in the northwest of Poland in the National Park Słowinski will delight you. These soft sands are blown by the wind from the Baltic Sea, so the sand has swallowed up the pine trees in the area, and you can see their tips on the 40-metre-high mounds of pure sand. Moreover, the place is surrounded by the ocean and lakes. It is a completely fascinating place where children can roll down the hill. Another option further from the sand is the crooked forest located at Gryfino, you will see some unique pines that are mysteriously bent into the shape of a J. It is believed that the gravitational attraction in that area has been responsible for its shape, although it is still unknown. There is no doubt that it is a forest that you must enter.
Poland is home to the oldest restaurant in Europe dating back to 1275, Piwnica Swidnicka in the city of Wroclaw. It is still open today and you can eat there.
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Surprise yourself with one of the most impressive developments in the mining industry, the Wieliczka salt mine. It is one of the most visited tourist sites in Poland, and how not, the place went from a dark cave to a majestic mine with crystal lamps and carved sculptures, all made with salt. Besides this, the site has a chapel and a restaurant. You can take guided tours through the incredible nine-level tunnels and pass through the beautiful crystal caves. It is a unique experience that you cannot miss on your holiday to Poland.2. Go into the wild and visit The Wroclaw Zoo
The Wroclaw Zoo is the only zoo in the world that has an oceanarium dedicated to the marine life of Africa. Besides reflecting in great detail the ecosystems of Africa, the areas and exhibits are completely set to the natural environment of the animals which gives the children an unforgettable experience. They will walk along the beaches of the red sea where you will see colourful fish, then take an underwater walk along the Nile where you will be surprised by the giant hippopotamus, you can walk through the acrylic tunnel to feel underwater with the sharks and rays. The experience also involves many other amazing animals such as manatees, crocodiles, African penguins, anteaters and more. It is the ideal place to take the children on holiday.3. Visit The Malbork Castle Museum
Built by the Teutonic Knights who served as soldiers in the Crusades, Malbork Castle is a Gothic fortification dating from the 13th century and now serves as a museum. The site contains perfectly preserved rooms and historical collections of armour, weapons, sculptures, paintings and much more. You can also enjoy exciting events where scenic battles of Poland are recreated!4. Walk through the Tratas National Park to the Morskie Oko Lake
Venture through the lush forests of the Tratas National Park and discover the largest lake in the area, the Morskie Oko Lake. To get to the lake you will have to walk along an 8 km long trail, where you will see snow, huge waterfalls and hundreds of caves. At the end of the trail you will find a cabin called Schronisko where you can eat and relax. Once you arrive at the lake, you can fish in its turquoise waters or if you prefer to just enjoy the view of this beautiful wonder of nature, you can sit by the water to watch this natural wonder.5. Bake in the Gingerbread Museum
Visit the city of Toruń and go to what was one of the largest ginger production facilities at the beginning of the 20th century, now converted into the ginger museum. Located a short distance from the Nicolaus Copernicus Monument, the site is an interactive museum where you can prepare, bake and decorate your gingerbread in the medieval style with the original machinery. A rather fun activity full of humour and history.6. Have a unique dinner in heaven
If you love heights and breathtaking views, you should experience Dinner in the Sky. A combination of elegant food and a height suspended 50 meters from the ground results in an extreme dinner overlooking Solny Square in the city of Wroclaw. You can take your family to enjoy an exclusive and safe activity with the best chefs.7. Watch astronomical shows under the dome of the Planetarium at Toruń
Immerse yourself in a spectacle of constellations, stars, moon phases, solar eclipses and other phenomena that you have never seen before at the Planetarium of Toruń located in the old part of the city. It is a very popular tourist attraction that allows you to go through the cosmos and the unknown outside our planet. You can spend some quiet time in the projection room and perform simple experiments in a laboratory that resembles the futuristic space laboratory on Mars.
FAQs: Log Cabins & Lodges in Poland
Which types of services can you find in the log cabins in Poland?
In regard to the services you can find on Holidu, it seems that the log cabins in Poland benefit from everything that holiday-makers want! Here, the log cabins generally have a variety of amenities, the most popular being: balcony (89%), barbecue (85%), and garden (84%)...What are you waiting for?
How do travellers usually rate log cabins in Poland?
The log cabins in this destination have many positive reviews from holiday-makers. Many (54%) have a rating of 4.5 stars, which tells us that here, it is possible to find a log cabin for your next holiday!
Are the log cabins in Poland suitable for holidays with children?
According to the Holidu database, 69% of log cabins in Poland are child-friendly, it will therefore be easy to find the perfect log cabin for you and your family.
Are the log cabins in Poland suitable for travellers and their pets?
Definitely! In Poland, 62% of the log cabins offer the possibility for travellers to take their pets with them, 84% even have a garden!
Do the log cabins in Poland generally come with an internet connection?
Certainly! According to the data collected last year, 62% of log cabins in Poland include Wi-Fi. This means that you will be able to stay connected during your stay!
How much does it cost on average for log cabins in Poland?
Most of the log cabins in Poland (48%) cost less than €100 a night. Therefore, this destination is perfect for reserving a budget-friendly log cabin!
Do the log cabins in Poland typically come equipped with a fireplace or a pool?
Good news! According to last year's data, the log cabins in Poland are perfect in summer and winter. Here, 27% have a fireplace and 12% a pool.
Are the log cabins in Poland suitable for holidays in big groups or better for an escape as a small group?
According to last year's Holidu data, 96% of log cabins are perfect for families with up to four people. Approximately 67% of the log cabins here have at least two separate bedrooms. Poland is the ideal destination for going in small groups, with family or friends!
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