Take a closer look at this rustic cottage structure, which appears like it sprang straight out of a fairy tale. The log cottage is near Frycowa, Poland, and has a private pool as well as garden views. The cabin lodging is located 12 kilometers from Nowy Sacz and offers complimentary WiFi and on-site private parking. Three bedrooms, a kitchen with a microwave and a refrigerator, a flat-screen TV, a living area, and one bathroom with a shower are all included in this holiday home. A children’s playground, an outdoor swimming pool, and a garden are available at the holiday home. You can go hiking on your vacation. Chatka na Zawodziu is 18 kilometers away from Krynica Zdroj, whereas Szczawnica is 26 kilometers away.
There is so much to see and do in Poland during your holiday. Poland is a country known for its ability to change. The country’s capital, Warsaw, has risen from the ashes of World War II devastation to become one of Eastern Europe’s brightest stars. Take a sightseeing tour of the city to witness the city’s communist, Gothic, and modernist architectural styles, while history enthusiasts will enjoy the Warsaw Rising, History of Polish Jews, and Neon museums. The snow-capped Tatra Mountains and the rural towns of Zakopane and Malbork are among the attractions of Poland’s countryside, all of which are accessible by day trip from major Polish cities.
Hiking options abound in Poland, particularly during the summer months, when the northern lakes are ideal for kayaking and leisurely strolls. Krakow, Poland’s gem and former capital, is home to historical landmarks like Wawel Castle, Rynek Glowny (Main Market Square), and Kazimierz (Jewish District). If you don’t have much time, a city sightseeing tour can be combined with a visit to the adjacent Wieliczka Salt Mine, a UNESCO World Heritage site. The former German Nazi concentration camp Auschwitz-Birkenau Memorial and Museum is also on the list, where visitors may take a guided tour and reflect on the immense tragedies of the Holocaust. A visit to the Jasna Gora Monastery in Czestochowa, which houses the famed picture of The Black Madonna, is also a must.
The Wawel Cathedral, which houses the remains of several Polish royals as well as some of the country’s most famous religious art, is another place to see while in Poland. The dangling clump of bones supposed to have belonged to a local dragon is the primary draw at this huge religious site. The bones, which are supposed to be the true bones of the Smok Wawelski, also known as the Wawel dragon, hang near the cathedral’s entrance. The bones are entangled in a tangle high above the main doors, tied together in a haphazard tangle. The dragon was claimed to live in a cave beneath one of Wawel’s rolling hills before the city was constructed. The dragon was a classic maiden-devouring type, and the locals were reported to have to set out a new young woman every month to satisfy his appetite. According to folklore, a local hero finally killed the dragon by feeding him sulfur-laced lamb.
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