Pomerania Holiday Rentals - take a dive into Europe's fascinating history this holiday season
Some visitors say Poland is one of the best holiday destinations in the world for history buffs, as the country is brimming over with fascinating European history and culture. Most of the attractions here are ideal for those with a keen interest in history, like most other cities in the country; Pomerania’s town map is dotted with museums. Getting around the city is easy for bikers, but non-cycling tourists may need to inform themselves about bus routes. Apart from museums, the historic city is known for its seaside location, picturesque villages, warm, friendly and hospitable locals and cosy Pomerania holiday lettings. Most tourists who pay a visit to the museums are instantly captivated at the pristine exhibitions dealing with local art and history.
Pomerania Holiday Cottages - a veritable paradise for history lovers
Although Pomerania is by no means a large province, visiting every corner may be difficult whilst staying in your Pomerania cottage rentals unless you find routes via Gdansk, the main city in the Pomerania region, but tourists usually love spending time in the more rustic, rural regions. You may find the most popular art galleries and some important museums in Gdansk, but don’t miss out on visits to places like Greifswald, Szczecin and Slupsk for a deeper insight into Pomerania’s fascinating history. Some museums are internationally known for their vast collection of literary works and libraries bursting with intellectual, historical, economic and political commentaries. The main museums in the city are famous for their excellently preserved archaeological exhibitions while the art museums are filled with ancient, medieval and modern works of art.
Pomerania Holiday Homes - take a step off the beaten tourist track and visit the Polish region of Pomerania
Rail services connecting European cities travel through most settlements in the region. Water routes are also a common way to travel from one museum-filled city to another, the Baltic Sea often being the main water route for local residents. Gdansk also has an international airport connecting many Polish towns. Getting around museums in the province can be quick and easy with a rented car from Gdansk. Put together a travel itinerary, hop into a rental car that suits your party’s needs and take a cruise through some of your favourite parts of Pomerania. Many museums along the way are dedicated to First and Second World War victims and are well worth seeing and reflecting upon.
Interested in other historical and cultural holiday jewels?:
- Come and visit the Church of San Miguel, which took 138 years to build, between 1801 and 1939 - Lleida Apartments
- Whilst staying at La Spezia Villas, why not visit the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Cinque Terre?
- At Plagne Montalbert, a traditionally constructed village of wood and stone, history enthusiasts can visit the Superga Chapel, a miniature replica of the one in Turin - La Plagne Chalets
What are the most popular accommodations in the area?
The most booked accommodations Pomeranian Voivodeship are apartment rentals and house rentals. We search from more than 2,783 accommodations Pomeranian Voivodeship to help you find the perfect place to stay during your trip.
How much does it cost to stay the night?
Prices start at just €39 per night. Most house rentals Pomeranian Voivodeship are 101 m² and apartment rentals are 47 m².
Do you offer pet-friendly apartment rentals Pomeranian Voivodeship?
If you are traveling with your pet, we have the perfect solution: Apartment rentals are the most pet-friendly accommodations Pomeranian Voivodeship. On average a pet-friendly rental costs €149 per night.
Do you offer accommodations for traveling with a group?
For your vacation Pomeranian Voivodeship, we do offer accommodations for groups. The typical apartment rentals has space for 4 guests.