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Poland as a sports tour destination

Whilst cities such as Krakow and Warsaw are known to be popular destinations for tourists and stag dos, it has not always been seen as a typical sports tour destination. That has all been changing recently though with more and more teams throughout Europe choosing Poland as their destination for a sports tour. So just what does Poland have to offer?
Historical buildings, stunning architecture, beautiful countryside and even miles of sandy beaches; Poland really is the country that has everything. And that’s just from a tourism point of view, when it comes to the sports we’ve got that covered too. Whether you want to play basketball in Gdansk or football in Krakow, we co-operate with a number of teams of different levels and ages in a number of cities. And if it’s some hardcore training you’re looking for then you may want to check out our training camps situated in the Tatra Mountains.
When you’re not training or playing matches then there are also a wide variety of activities on offer. As well as typical sightseeing expeditions on offer, we also can arrange a number of activities such as shooting or quad biking. And when it comes to the evenings all of our destinations have unique and exciting nightlife, with Sports Tours Poland co-operating with a number of different restaurants, bars and clubs meaning we can ensure you have a night to remember.


  • Holiday at the Baltic Sea
    Part of the so called three city which comprises of Gdansk, Sopot and Gdynia, places like this aren’t what people typically picture when they think of Poland. Located on the coast of the Baltic Sea, Gdansk is a city which was beautifully restored after the Second World War, and due to its miles of sandy beaches is a popular holiday destination for Poles, as well as people from all over Europe…


  • Known to be one of the most picturesque cities in Europe, it’s no surprise that almost 10 million tourists visit each year. A city which is brimming with history round every turn; Krakow was fortunate enough to survive the Second World War largely untouched which has resulting in the stunning buildings and monuments that are still standing today


  • The capital city of Poland; Warsaw is one of Europe’s great metropolises and a great place to visit for any sports tour. Having been in existence for several hundred years, it was once nicknamed the Paris of the north with the city rising from total devastation after the Second World War. The city was restored from the scratch and continues to flourish nowadays with quality hotels and skyscrapers.


  • Another one of the picturesque cities which are well worth a visit in this part of the world is Wroclaw. Situated on the Odra River, Wroclaw’s beauty means that it more than holds its own when compared to other cities in its vicinity such as Prague, Vienna and Krakow. Wroclaw is a city in which you can walk around for hours just admiring things. With more bridges than anywhere else in Central Europe and a market square which is only beaten in size by Krakow, it’s no surprise that Wroclaw has been named the European Capital of Culture for 2016.


  • Situated at the foot of the majestic Tatra Mountains, Zakopane is a beautiful small town with spectacular views and a place which cannot be missed when you visit Poland. Located just over two hours by bus from Krakow, it’s the perfect place if you’re looking for a sports tour somewhere a bit different. If you want to experience a different culture all together then Zakopane is the destination for you, as you can meet with Polish Highlanders who have their own national dress and even their own language which sounds quite different to traditional Polish.