Central Poland is an area of intense historical interest, with its medieval castles and ruins, as well as natural splendor in the form of limestone caverns and their aquifers in the Krakow-Wielun Upland.
Warsaw, the nation's capital, is at once a testament to war's destruction as well as a tribute to the city's reemergence. While the Old Town is graceful and charming, the city also offers a modern skyline with tall, gleaming buildings. The Vistula River that travels through the heart of Warsaw bisects its personality, as well; the more upscale western side is home to most of the businesses and culturally significant locales, while the eastern bank is catching up as investment fuels a resurgence.
The woods of Bialowieza National Park represent the last vestiges of the forests that once covered the entire European plains. It's also one of the few prehistoric forests still standing in the world. Geographers and scientists from all over the globe come to Bialowieza to study its biodiversity, its record of vitality and its remote location, away from major population centers. For this reason, travel though the forest is somewhat restricted and limited to tours on horse-drawn carriages.
No matter where your travels take you throughout Central Poland, if you end up at one of the properties we offer, you'll find comfort that will continue the experience of the day while giving you the rest and respite of home.
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