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Much like the country itself, your ALL holiday resort in Poland has it all: premium accommodations, indulgent restaurants, blissful spas and no end of exciting things to do.



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About Country

Poland is known for its beautiful landscapes, including the Tatra Mountains, the Masurian Lake District, and the Bieszczady Mountains. It is also home to several UNESCO World Heritage Sites, such as the historic center of Krakow. With a population of over 38 million people, it is the sixth most populous member state of the European Union. Your ALL luxury resort gives you access to all these wonders including a taste of the à la Française lifestyle, and much more.

Frequently asked questions

The easiest way to get to Poland is by flying into one of its major international airports, such as Warsaw Chopin Airport, Kraków John Paul II International Airport, or Gdańsk Lech Wałęsa Airport. These airports have connections to many major cities in Europe, as well as some destinations outside of Europe.

Another way to get to Poland is by train, with connections to neighboring countries such as Germany, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, and Ukraine. There are also international bus connections to Poland from various European cities.

Poland has many must-see attractions that showcase its rich history, culture, and natural beauty. The top three must-see attractions are Krakow, with its well-preserved Old Town and Wawel Castle; Warsaw, the capital city with its meticulously reconstructed Old Town, Royal Castle, and the Warsaw Uprising Museum; and the Auschwitz-Birkenau Museum and Memorial.

Polish cuisine is known for its hearty, comforting dishes that make use of traditional ingredients like pork, potatoes, and cabbage. You may want to try some regional specialties, such as oscypek (smoked sheep's cheese) in Zakopane or kremówka (a cream-filled pastry) in Wadowice. Polish beer is also popular and can be found in a variety of styles as well as compote: a sweet drink made by simmering fruit in water and sugar, often served chilled.

ALL’s wellness resorts in Poland have a plethora of spas for guests to enjoy, making them a wonderful place to rest and relax.

Generally, the peak tourist season in Poland is during the summer months of June to August, when the weather is warm and sunny, and many festivals and outdoor events take place. If you prefer milder weather and fewer crowds, the shoulder season of May and September can be a good time to visit. During this time, the weather is still pleasant, and there are fewer tourists, making it easier to explore popular attractions.For those interested in winter sports, skiing and snowboarding season typically runs from December to March, with the peak season in January and February. This is also a great time to visit Poland's beautiful Christmas markets and enjoy the festive atmosphere.

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