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Road Trip through Poland in the Summer


Jars777 20 | 70
9 Apr 2013 #1
Hello all

Since moving to Gdansk last year I would love to see more of Poland. So the idea is to do a road trip during the Summer (potentially August). We do have a car and ideally we would like to camp but if that's not possible we can stay in hotels for the occasional night. But we are on a tight budget, so cheap and cheerful is the way forward.

Has anyone done it? Any must-see's? Haven't been anywhere (apart from Rzeszów and Auschwitz as teenager) in Poland. So I guess Krakow, Wroclaw and Warsaw should be on the list?

Cheers
J
Harry
9 Apr 2013 #2
If you stick to eastern Poland, you shouldn't have too much trouble finding hotel rooms (basic but serviceable) for under 150zl for a double room with breakfast in most places.
OP Jars777 20 | 70
9 Apr 2013 #3
But if we quite fancy camping? Or is that not a good idea?
Harry
9 Apr 2013 #4
If you're planning to do it in eastern Poland, bring lots of good quality mosquito repellent.
delphiandomine 85 | 18,254
9 Apr 2013 #5
But if we quite fancy camping? Or is that not a good idea?

It's not a bad idea at all, and can be done very cheaply in many parts of Poland. For instance, I stayed here once - hotel-pttk.pl/pl/camping - not a bad place at all and ridiculously cheap if you want to camp.

You can go much better than that if you look for rooms in private places - last time I was there, you could get a very decent room with a bathroom for as little as 70zl a night. I did stay in one very strange place in Nałęczów though..
wawa_marek 1 | 129
10 Apr 2013 #6
Any must-see's

Malbork !

Depends on what you are looking for. For the August trip I'll sugest you holiday destinations: Mazury, Baltic Coast, or maybe Toruń, Bydgoszcz, Chojnice if you want to see somting else.


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