Explore Poland's unspoiled nature and energetic urban life
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Best sightseeing spots
While you stay in Krakow, visit the re-opened Princes Czartoryski Museum with Leonardo da Vinci's Lady with an Ermine, and see the Schindler's Factory museum at Lipowa 5. Besides relaxing on the Baltic beaches, the Tri-City offers walks in the Oliwa Park and cafes by the Long Market. A trip to the castle in Malbork will be an amazing adventure for the whole family.
City break in Wroclaw? Visit Africarium, a fabulous journey through exotic waters from under the roof of a modern building. Also, visit tourist attractions in Poznań, and taste the specialties of the local cuisine - St. Martin's croissants, the most delicious bagels and find out ingredients for blind fish with myrdyrda and trampled pyry.
Poland is a country of beaches - those at the seaside, like amazing Świnoujście, beaches by the river, like the Poniatówka beach in Warsaw, and beaches on the islands, like Grodzka Island in Szczecin, where we also recommend you to see the Waly Chrobrego Promenade, where majestic sailing ships are moored. What else is there to see? The list is long - from Katowice's Nikiszowiec to the European Solidarity Center in Gdańsk and the Karkonosze waterfalls near Szklarska Poręba. The most difficult thing is choosing which amazing places to visit first.
All of our hotels are either located in city centers or the most attractive tourist resort areas. Gdańsk impresses with the Radisson Hotel, located on the Motława river bank with a view of boats and historic townhouses by the river, and the Radisson Blu Hotel in the famous Long Market near the Green Gate and Neptune's Fountain.
Neighboring Sopot invites you to a hotel near the beach. In Szczecin, all guests' wishes are fulfilled in the Pazim complex, where the local Muffinek patisserie will steal the palates and hearts of all foodies.
People who would like to get to know the greatest attractions of large cities should choose the Radisson Blu hotel or Park Inn by Radisson in Krakow, Park Inn by Radisson in Katowice and Poznań, or the charming Radisson Blu located on the Odra River in Wroclaw. The Radisson Blu Hotel Sobieski invites you to revisit the capital of Poland. The pearl in the crown for demanding customers will be the one and only in our country - exclusive Radisson Collection in the center of Warsaw.