Poland Sports & Outdoors

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Poland Sports & Outdoors

  • Football

    Warsaw Sports & Outdoors

    The Dziesieciolecia Stadium (10th Anniversary Stadium) was bulit in 1955 for a project of an "Olympic Stadium for the city of Warsaw". It has a capacity of 71.000, but often housed more than 100 000 spectators. Due to its poor condition the stadium was abandoned in 1983 and used for non-sports events. Nowadays, the area around the stadium is home...

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  • Football

    Krakow Sports & Outdoors

    KS Cracovia Krakow is the oldest sports club in Poland. It was established in 1906 and won the first Polish football championships in 1921. Cracovia promoted to the first football league in 2004 after 20 years in lower leagues. The club has a strong hostility towards Wisla Krakow. It is tradition that Cracovia's first and second team play a...

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  • Fitness

    Warsaw Sports & Outdoors

    For those of you planning a longer stay in WAW, I strongly recommend the Sheraton Warsaw Fitness Centre. I actually live nearby and I've been using their gym and sauna facilities for over 6 years now. The quality of the equipment, cleanliness of the facilities and lack of crowds are its main advantages. There are two saunas: steam room and dry...

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  • Skiing

    Krakow Sports & Outdoors

    We are really lucky here in Krakow that the closest ski slopes are only 40 minutes driving from the city. They also have lights and are open till 10 pm or even longer if there are at least 5 skiers on the slope. One of the places that are not too far from Krakow is Spytkowice. It's on the way to Slovakian border called Chyzne. In Spytkowice there...

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  • Go-carts

    Krakow Sports & Outdoors

    There's something exhilarating about a spin round the go-kart track in the old tramshed in Kazimierz! Zl 15 gets you a very generous (when it's quiet at least) 8 minutes, and the adrenalin rush you get from throwing the little kart round those tight bends is terrific. A lap or two will get you used to the track and then - whoosh! I hoped to get...

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  • The best time for hiking in Polish...

    SpringThe weather in spring is unpredictable (it is unpredictable in the mountains in general;). You may be positively surprised or disappointed. Early spring in the lower mountains may be hard for hikers because of the melting snow. In the higher mountains you can still encounter winter conditions. Hiking in the Tatra Mountains, Babia Góra –...

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  • extreme sports in polish...

    you can do everything here!biking, extreme sports,hiking,skiing,climbing,fishing trips,horseriding,surfing,boating,kayaking/canoeing,rafting etc...its a paradise for people who loves it! you dont have to bring your any equipment, because you can borrow

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  • Canoe trips on Drawa river

    You should try the great adventure of canoeing at Drawa river among the beautiful forests and clean environment. Drawa is a river located in north-western part of Poland - passes by Czplinek, Krzyz, Drawsko Pomorskie in Wielkopolskie and Zachodniopomorskie districts.

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  • Horseriding

    Horseriding is becoming more and more popular in Poland. There are stables and horse-riding schools all over the country. Of course, not all of them can be recommended. Sometimes the people who run them are merely amateurs, who have a couple of horses and want to earn money offerring very little in return. One of the stables worth trying if you are...

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  • Sniezka Mountain

    The hike to Sniezka Mountain, near the town of Karpacz, is an easy but plesant hike. The top lies at 1602 metres above sea level. The first stretch, however, can be shortened by using a very old (year 1959) and precarious chair-lift. From there it's just under an hour to the top, where you can find the St. Laurentius Chapel and a futuristic...

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  • SKIING IN THE POLISH MOUNTAINS

    Recently my friends and I made a trip to a great little ski resort, near CZECH and GERMAN border.It's a great place to ski, snowboard, climb the rocks and hike.Prices are moderate to cheap by western standards. They start at $ 8 US/night for a B&B in a private home to $ 60 US/night in a nice hotel (sauna, swimming pool, etc) One may bring his/her...

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