So what's it like?
In most UK supermarkets you'll find Polish food and in most yellow pages you'll find a Polish plumber, but how much do you know about Poland?You should know Poland for its friendly people, great food and interesting history. But in such a vast and diverse country it is hard to know where to go first, we have chosen the picturesque resort of Zakopane, it offers top quality accommodation at extremely reasonable prices and a fantastic taste of Polish mountain culture. In the heart of the Tatras Mountains, Zakopane occupies a stunning alpine setting and is the home to the hospitable highland folk who have preserved the traditions and folklore customs of the area for generations. The village is also the perfect base for a walking holiday in Poland's stunning Tatra National Park. Either before or after a break in Zakopane you can add on a few nights in Krakow. This beautiful city offers excellent shopping and top quality restaurants and bars. You'll also get to experience another slice of Polish culture, very different from the mountain folk in Zakopane.
In the summer months of June, July and August the weather varies between brief showers and dry, sunny weather. Temperatures average at a pleasant 23ºC/73ºF with the maximum as high as 40ºC/104ºF.
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