Poland, along with Ukraine, had its share of the limelight when it co-hosted Euro 2012 - you couldn't move for all the travel guides on Wroclaw, Warsaw and Krakow. Regardless of the football, the country has popped up on various lists as being amazing value for money. Skyscanner has it positioned at number one for the cheapest week-long break destination, and prices for those all-important holiday essentials (beer and taxis) are still very low.
The trick will be deciding where to go - Warsaw is a must-see as Poland's capital, but Krakow is a strong contender as it is arguably more beautiful, brilliantly set up for nightlife and is ever slightly more stylish.
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I have been to some of those destinations, one fact which is not mentioned in the article is although they are nice and untouched beaches ,but the northern countries ( Estonia, Belgium,...) are cold in summer, so it is not for swimming .with strong winds,one can just have fun flying a kite.
Poland is not cheap, taxi and beer are not essentials of a travel, hotels are. you dont expect people to sleep in the streets and get a taxi . do you?
half of MSN articles are just fake advertisements rather than a real giude. DISAPPOINTING.:(
For the price of going to a northern country go do a little trip of the Balkans. Croatia Montenegro Macedonia and Greece. All of these offer great food cheap accomodation and great weather.
A fantastic destination with something for everyone would recomend it for a cheap and sunkissed holiday
would not miss going at least once a year
go and enjoy the vibe of this fantastic country