Sustainable And Eco-Hotels In Poland

The 8 Most Ethical And Sustainable Hotels In Poland according to ETIC Hotels

Hotel na Podzamczu

Free parking,Free WiFi,Fitness centre,Facilities for disabled guests,Restaurant,Non-smoking rooms,Airport shuttle,Bar,Superb breakfast
ETIC carbon rating
13.4
tCO2e
ETIC Silver rating
7.2
/10

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Hotel Grano Gdansk Old Town

Indoor swimming pool,Private parking,Free WiFi,Family rooms,Airport shuttle,Restaurant,Non-smoking rooms,Tea/coffee maker in all rooms,Bar,Fabulous breakfast
  •  Gdańsk, Poland
  •  ETIC Green Score: 71%
  •  Reviews: 4.7 (1180+)
ETIC carbon rating
13.4
tCO2e
ETIC Silver rating
7.1
/10

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HOTEL TUMSKI

Private parking,Free WiFi,Non-smoking rooms,Room service,Airport shuttle,Tea/coffee maker in all rooms,Bar
  •  Płock, Poland
  •  ETIC Green Score: 71%
  •  Reviews: 4.7 (1223+)
ETIC carbon rating
13.4
tCO2e
ETIC Silver rating
7.1
/10

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Notera Hotel SPA

2 swimming pools,Private parking,Spa and wellness centre,Restaurant,Fitness centre,Facilities for disabled guests,Free WiFi,Room service,Tea/coffee maker in all rooms,Bar
ETIC carbon rating
13.4
tCO2e
ETIC Silver rating
7.1
/10

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Hotel Remes Sport & Spa

Indoor swimming pool,Parking on site,Spa and wellness centre,Fitness centre,Restaurant,Facilities for disabled guests,Room service,Non-smoking rooms,Bar,Fabulous breakfast
ETIC carbon rating
13.4
tCO2e
ETIC Silver rating
7
/10

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Apart-Hotel VIVI RESIDENCE & SPA

Free parking,Spa and wellness centre,Non-smoking rooms,Free WiFi,Room service,Airport shuttle,Family rooms,Exceptional breakfast
  •  Żory, Poland
  •  ETIC Green Score: 70%
  •  Reviews: 4.8 (305+)
ETIC carbon rating
13.4
tCO2e
ETIC Silver rating
7
/10

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Hotel Starzy?ski

Private parking,Spa and wellness centre,Free WiFi,Restaurant,Family rooms,Non-smoking rooms,Room service,Bar,Very good breakfast
ETIC carbon rating
13.4
tCO2e
ETIC Silver rating
7
/10

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Ilonn Hotel

Free parking,Free WiFi,Fitness centre,Restaurant,Non-smoking rooms,24-hour front desk,Facilities for disabled guests,Tea/coffee maker in all rooms,Bar,Superb breakfast
  •  Poznań, Poland
  •  ETIC Green Score: 70%
  •  Reviews: 4.5 (1763+)
ETIC carbon rating
13.4
tCO2e
ETIC Silver rating
7
/10

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COUNTRY PROFILE

Poland

  • Official Name:Republic of Poland

  • Capital:Warsaw

  • Population:37,846,611

  • Area:312,696 km²

  • Major Languages:Polish

  • Major Religions:Christianity

  • Life expectancy:76.93 years

  • Currency:Polish Zloty

10 Things To Do In Poland

  • 1. Tour the historic city of Krakow

    Immerse yourself in Krakow`s rich history as you explore a city that brims with impressive landmarks and beautifully preserved medieval architecture. Wander through cobblestone streets that lead to grand squares and vibrant marketplaces, where the echoes of the past resound. Discover the awe-inspiring Wawel Castle and Cathedral, delve into intriguing museums, and experience the cultural vibrancy that has shaped this UNESCO City of Literature.

  • 2. Visit Auschwitz-Birkenau Memorial and Museum

    Pay a solemn visit to the Auschwitz-Birkenau Memorial and Museum, a place of remembrance and reflection on the Holocaust`s unfathomable atrocities. Walk through the haunting remnants of concentration and extermination camps, bearing witness to the stories of those who endured unimaginable suffering. The museum serves as a stark reminder of history`s darkest chapter, urging visitors to honor the memory of the victims and to strive for a world of tolerance and understanding.

  • 3. Explore the Wieliczka Salt Mine

    Embark on an underground adventure as you descend into the captivating world of the Wieliczka Salt Mine, a UNESCO-listed site that houses intricate salt chambers, chapels adorned with salt sculptures, and awe-inspiring subterranean landscapes. Journey through time as you learn about the mine`s history, its role in the region, and the artistic ingenuity that transformed salt into breathtaking art.

  • 4. Enjoy the Masurian Lake District

    Discover the enchanting beauty of the Masurian Lake District, a paradise for nature enthusiasts. With its multitude of lakes, verdant forests, and serene landscapes, the district invites you to engage in water-based activities, from sailing and kayaking to peaceful cruises. Immerse yourself in the tranquility of this idyllic region and experience the harmony between pristine nature and leisurely pursuits.

  • 5. Discover Warsaw`s Old Town

    Step into Warsaw`s past by exploring its meticulously reconstructed Old Town, a UNESCO World Heritage site that stands as a testament to the city`s resilience. Wander through charming cobblestone streets adorned with historic buildings, and pause at cozy cafes that invite you to savor the present moment. The Old Town`s revitalized beauty is a tribute to the spirit of restoration and an homage to the city`s enduring heritage.

  • 6. Admire the Wawel Castle

    Marvel at the regal beauty of Wawel Castle, a symbol of Polish history and royalty that graces the city of Krakow. Delve into the castle`s storied past as you explore its elegant chambers, chapels, and courtyards. Ascend to the tower for panoramic views that stretch across the city`s skyline and the Vistula River, offering a glimpse of Krakow`s harmonious blend of tradition and modernity.

  • 7. Attend the St. Dominic`s Fair in Gdansk

    Immerse yourself in the vibrant atmosphere of the St. Dominic`s Fair, one of Poland`s largest open-air events. The fair transforms the streets of Gdansk into a bustling marketplace of crafts, arts, and entertainment, inviting you to explore an array of stalls, sample local delicacies, and enjoy live performances that showcase Poland`s cultural richness.

  • 8. Explore the Bialowieza Forest

    Venture into the pristine heart of the Bialowieza Forest, one of Europe`s last remaining primeval forests and a UNESCO World Heritage site. Discover a realm where towering trees shelter a diverse array of flora and fauna, including the majestic European bison. Wander along nature trails that lead you through the forest`s serene landscapes, fostering a deep connection with the untamed wilderness.

  • 9. Visit the Gdansk Shakespeare Theatre

    Experience a modern interpretation of Elizabethan theater at the Gdansk Shakespeare Theatre. This unique venue pays homage to the theatrical legacy of William Shakespeare while offering immersive cultural experiences to contemporary audiences. Engage with performances that bring classic plays to life in a setting that resonates with both history and innovation.

  • 10. Wander around Torun`s Old Town

    Step into the medieval charm of Torun`s Old Town, known for its impeccably preserved architecture and being the birthplace of astronomer Nicolaus Copernicus. Roam through narrow streets that wind past Gothic buildings, visit the house where Copernicus was born, and absorb the ambiance of a city that echoes with history. Torun`s Old Town invites you to uncover stories embedded in its architecture and to explore a UNESCO-listed gem that captures the essence of the past.

5 Most Visited Cities In Poland

  • Warsaw

    Kraków

    Wrocław

    Gdańsk

    Poznań

When To Go To Poland

  • The best time to visit Poland is during the spring months of May and June and the warm months of July and August. This Central European country offers historic cities, medieval architecture, and a rich cultural heritage. Warsaw, the capital, showcases reconstructed historic sites and modern development. Krakow`s charming Old Town and Wawel Castle offer insights into Poland`s history. The Tatra Mountains and the Wieliczka Salt Mine provide opportunities for outdoor adventures. Poland`s blend of history, tradition, and diverse landscapes create a travel experience that is both enriching and captivating.

Travel Recommendation And Useful Links For Poland

Find the complete travel guide for Poland

  • - Check entry requirements based on your nationality and ensure you have the necessary documents.
    - Respect local customs and etiquette, and learn about Poland`s history and culture.
    - Be cautious of changing weather conditions; pack accordingly for different seasons.
    - Explore Poland`s historic cities, castles, and beautiful countryside.
    - Experience Polish cuisine, traditions, and the country`s rich heritage.

  • Office Tourism of Poland

  • CIA World Fact-book

  • Wikipedia Page

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