Poland Travel GuideWhen to visit Poland
Poland is a year-round destination with four distinct seasons. The most popular time to visit is from June through September, when summer events, open-air festivals, and other warm-weather activities attract visitors. The least popular time is during November and the winter months of January through March, when the weather is usually cold and the days are relatively short. However, snow in the mountains of southern Poland attracts winter sports enthusiasts. Spring and fall offer off-peak prices, and pleasant weather that's ideal for tours, cultural events, and outdoor activities. December has rather unpredictable weather, but is filled with holiday season festivities.
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40% Off, Plus Free Breakfasts at Novotel
Book a City Breaks package at Novotel Hotels, and you can receive up to 40 percent off rates with daily breakfast included. A minimum two-night stay is required.
Best-Rate Guarantee at Novotel
If you find a better price on another website within 24 hours of making your reservation, Novotel will give you that rate minus an additional 10 percent.
Advance-Booking Discounts at Novotel
If you're willing to prepay for your stay, you can save at Novotel. Make reservations at least 21 days in advance to request discounted rates.
Free Breakfast, Late Checkout, & More for Families at Novotel
Lodging and breakfast are free for two children under 16 when they stay in their parents' room. Families are also offered late 5 p.m. check-out on Sundays and can book a second room at half price.
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