You'll want to take a closer look at this rustic cabin building that looks like it just stepped out of a fairy tale. The log cabin is located in Frycowa, Poland and features include a private pool and garden views. The cabin accommodation is 12 kilometers from Nowy Sacz, and guests benefit from complimentary WiFi and private parking available on site. This vacation home features 3 bedrooms, a kitchen with a microwave and a fridge, a flat-screen TV, a seating area, and 1 bathroom fitted with a shower. The vacation home offers a children's playground, an outdoor swimming pool, and a garden. During your vacation stay, you can go hiking. Krynica Zdroj is 18 kilometers from Chatka na Zawodziu, while Szczawnica is 26 kilometers from the vacation property.
There is so much to see and do during your vacation stay in Poland. Poland is a country that is renowned for transformation. Warsaw, the country's capital, emerged from the ashes of World War II destruction and reinvented itself into one of Eastern Europe's brightest stars. Take a sightseeing tour of the city to see the communist, Gothic, and modernist architectural design styles, while the Warsaw Rising, History of Polish Jews, and Neon museums are top attractions for history buffs. Some of the highlights of Poland's countryside include the snow-smothered Tatra Mountains and rustic towns of Zakopane and Malbork, all possible on a day trip from major Polish cities.
While in Poland you will find hiking opportunities aplenty, especially in the summer months when the lakes in the north are perfect for kayaking and relaxed wanders. Polish pearl and former capital, Krakow, boasts historical attractions such as the Wawel Castle, Rynek Glowny (Main Market Square), and Kazimierz (Jewish District). If you don't have a lot of time you can combine a city sightseeing tour with a visit to the nearby Wieliczka Salt Mine, a UNESCO World Heritage site. Also listed is the former German Nazi concentration camp Auschwitz-Birkenau Memorial and Museum, which allows visitors to reflect on the monumental horrors of the Holocaust during a guided tour. Plus, you won't want to miss out on a visit to the Jasna Gora Monastery in Czestochowa, home to the revered painting of The Black Madonna.
Another site to visit while in Poland is the Wawel Cathedral that holds the remains of several Polish royals as well as some of the country’s most famous religious art. But the real attraction at this massive religious compound is the hanging bunch of bones that are rumored to have belonged to a local dragon. The bones hang next to the cathedral’s entrance and are said to be the real bones of the Smok Wawelski, also known as the Wawel dragon. The bones are chained together in a random tangle, hanging high above the main doors. Before the city was founded, the dragon was said to live in a cave under one of Wawel’s rolling hills. The dragon was of the classic maiden-devouring ilk and it is said that the local people had to put out a fresh young woman each month to quell his appetite. According to legend, the dragon was finally killed by a local hero, who fed Smok a lamb laced with sulfur.
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