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From Newcastle: Poland 3 night City Break 8-11th December £51.99pp £103.99

£103.99 @ Amoma
There are a few sub £10pp return flights from Newcastle to Poland (Wroclaw) which I've used to put to together this cheap city break 8-11th December. Whilst Wroclaw may not be your first choice in … Read More
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There are a few sub £10pp return flights from Newcastle to Poland (Wroclaw) which I've used to put to together this cheap city break 8-11th December.

Whilst Wroclaw may not be your first choice in Poland, it does have some good Christmas markets and it allows you to be able to travel cheaply, for example the bus to Krakow is under £2pp so you could easily head over to Krakow for the day or turn this into a twin centre break and spend a night there (a bargain when you consider return flights to Krakow from Newcastle are over £100). Similarly Warsaw is just as cheap.

Wroclaw does have its attractions too, from the old town and Centennial Hall. There is also some Xmas markets in the Rynek square area too. At this price I think it's a bargain of a break.

Breakdown

3 nights in the Boutique Hotel £84 book at amoma.com

2 return flights book at Ryanair £19.96

Total £103.99/£51.99

*If you go on Amoma on Facebook you may be able to get a 10% code which could bring this price down to around £48pp*
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quidstretchy
I'd struggle to know which of those places I was in. Their languages are equally impenetrable to me

Geordie and Polish?
9 Likes
I would love to go with Paul Nuthall and Nigel Farage. Is there any reduction for three aholes going together ?

Edited By: DonkeyKonk on Dec 04, 2016 18:44: Info
6 Likes
I love Wrocław
One of my favourite things, is the The Racławice Panorama...utterly breathtaking in scale.

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[Travel Expert] 1 Like #1
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1 Like #2
Been there a while back, albeit in the summer.
Wroclaw is a lovely little city with the standard Eastern European squares, churches, rivers etc.

The food and drinks are reasonably priced and although it will be cold this time of year, u think it's well worth the price in this deal.
1 Like #3
I love Poland, I've just come back from Poznań and Łódź and they were both great value for money.
2 Likes #4
I'd struggle to know which of those places I was in. Their languages are equally impenetrable to me
15 Likes #5
quidstretchy
I'd struggle to know which of those places I was in. Their languages are equally impenetrable to me

Geordie and Polish?
1 Like #6
Beautiful city, spent some time in the summer. Great restaurants and bars - the food is excellent and cheap!
#7
I'm looking for a city break from the 17th onwards somewhere from east mids/Birmingham if anyone has seen any good deals
#8
24 quid now
9 Likes #9
I would love to go with Paul Nuthall and Nigel Farage. Is there any reduction for three aholes going together ?

Edited By: DonkeyKonk on Dec 04, 2016 18:44: Info
6 Likes #10
I love Wrocław
One of my favourite things, is the The Racławice Panorama...utterly breathtaking in scale.
#11
Yes, Wroclaw is my favourite inland Polish city (the Baltic coast has some fantastic places though).

Would just add that Wroclaw also has a fantastic (and cheap) zoo with a ginormous new aquarium building with huge under water tunnel). Also, there's a lot of former pre-war architecture (if you like that sort of thing) including the 2nd 1936 Olympic stadium.
If you can catch a footie match at the Wroclaw stadium then you're in for a treat (it was a new builkd for the Euros a couple of years back).
banned#12
OpineDevine
I love Poland, I've just come back from Poznań and Łódź and they were both great value for money.
Did you fly to Poznan?
If so, where from?
Thank you.
#13
bookmarked
#14
Hi,
To Poznan you can fly from London Stanstead via Ryanair or from London Luton via Wizzair. Both cities ie Wroclaw and Poznan are worth visiting as well as other places in Poland
PANORAMA OF THE BATTLE OF RACŁAWICE is must see in Wroclaw, in Poznan you can't miss The Palm House. Have fun :)
banned 2 Likes #15
Ioana79
Hi,
To Poznan you can fly from London Stanstead via Ryanair or from London Luton via Wizzair. Both cities ie Wroclaw and Poznan are worth visiting as well as other places in Poland
PANORAMA OF THE BATTLE OF RACŁAWICE is must see in Wroclaw, in Poznan you can't miss The Palm House. Have fun :)
Thank you but I need to fly from Newcastle to Poznan.
Then I'd go to Sroda, to meet my very first girlfriend again.
The first girl I kissed and we're still in contact.
From 1961.
1 Like #16
I've stayed in Wroclaw and headed on to Krakow after, great trip i'd really recommend both cities.
Fantastic food and visited some awesome bars!
1 Like #17
Pluun
Ioana79
Hi,
To Poznan you can fly from London Stanstead via Ryanair or from London Luton via Wizzair. Both cities ie Wroclaw and Poznan are worth visiting as well as other places in Poland
PANORAMA OF THE BATTLE OF RACŁAWICE is must see in Wroclaw, in Poznan you can't miss The Palm House. Have fun :)
Thank you but I need to fly from Newcastle to Poznan.
Then I'd go to Sroda, to meet my very first girlfriend again.
The first girl I kissed and we're still in contact.
From 1961.

Hi,
If this is such a great love story ;) than I will give another piece of advice :)
From Newcastle the cheapest way is to travel via Dublin (still not that cheap). Unless you don't have to travel from Newcastle, you may try as well departure from Liverpool (direct flight with Ryanair) and the cheapest flight would be from Birmingham, but I'm aware it can be too far... However there is Megabus and some trains connection available...
Ps. From Poznan to Sroda you have a local train (35min). If you'd need further help feel free to ask :)
I'm sure you will have a great time :)
[Travel Expert]#18
Pluun
Ioana79
Hi,
To Poznan you can fly from London Stanstead via Ryanair or from London Luton via Wizzair. Both cities ie Wroclaw and Poznan are worth visiting as well as other places in Poland
PANORAMA OF THE BATTLE OF RACŁAWICE is must see in Wroclaw, in Poznan you can't miss The Palm House. Have fun :)
Thank you but I need to fly from Newcastle to Poznan.
Then I'd go to Sroda, to meet my very first girlfriend again.
The first girl I kissed and we're still in contact.
From 1961.

There is a bus under £2 to Poznan or the train around £7.
2 Likes #19
rachelandgromit

There is a bus under £2 to Poznan or the train around £7.

Amazing that in Europe you can travel 110 miles on public transport for that sort of money. Roughly the same distance as Birmingham to London.

Wroclaw is certainly worth a weekend visit - great restaurants and bars and all quite inexpensive.

Anyway travel now as after Brexit you may need to queue and pay for a visa at the Polish consulate (only 3 of them in the UK). Sterling will be worth roughly the same as Polish zloty too, so enjoy while you can...
#20
Pluun
OpineDevine
I love Poland, I've just come back from Poznań and Łódź and they were both great value for money.
Did you fly to Poznan?
If so, where from?
Thank you.

I flew to Berlin and got the Berlin-Warsaw express train.

Trains are cheap and reliable in Poland, Poznań is central so I imagine if you have local flights to Poland you'll be able to get to Poznań quite easily.
banned#21
OpineDevine
Pluun
OpineDevine
I love Poland, I've just come back from Poznań and Łódź and they were both great value for money.
Did you fly to Poznan?
If so, where from?
Thank you.
I flew to Berlin and got the Berlin-Warsaw express train.
Trains are cheap and reliable in Poland, Poznań is central so I imagine if you have local flights to Poland you'll be able to get to Poznań quite easily.
Thank you.
banned 2 Likes #22
rachelandgromit
Pluun
Ioana79
Hi,
To Poznan you can fly from London Stanstead via Ryanair or from London Luton via Wizzair. Both cities ie Wroclaw and Poznan are worth visiting as well as other places in Poland
PANORAMA OF THE BATTLE OF RACŁAWICE is must see in Wroclaw, in Poznan you can't miss The Palm House. Have fun :)
Thank you but I need to fly from Newcastle to Poznan.
Then I'd go to Sroda, to meet my very first girlfriend again.
The first girl I kissed and we're still in contact.
From 1961.
There is a bus under £2 to Poznan or the train around £7.
From Newcastle?
Which stop?
Haymarket or Metro Centre?
#23
Pluun
Ioana79
Hi,
To Poznan you can fly from London Stanstead via Ryanair or from London Luton via Wizzair. Both cities ie Wroclaw and Poznan are worth visiting as well as other places in Poland
PANORAMA OF THE BATTLE OF RACŁAWICE is must see in Wroclaw, in Poznan you can't miss The Palm House. Have fun :)
Thank you but I need to fly from Newcastle to Poznan.
Then I'd go to Sroda, to meet my very first girlfriend again.
The first girl I kissed and we're still in contact.
From 1961.
The nearest airports that fly direct to Poznan is Doncaster / Sheffield (DSA) or Edinburgh and the airline is Wizzair.
Alternatively, for this flight you can take the train from Wroclaw, it's 2 hours.
[Travel Expert]#24
Pluun
rachelandgromit
Pluun
Ioana79
Hi,
To Poznan you can fly from London Stanstead via Ryanair or from London Luton via Wizzair. Both cities ie Wroclaw and Poznan are worth visiting as well as other places in Poland
PANORAMA OF THE BATTLE OF RACŁAWICE is must see in Wroclaw, in Poznan you can't miss The Palm House. Have fun :)
Thank you but I need to fly from Newcastle to Poznan.
Then I'd go to Sroda, to meet my very first girlfriend again.
The first girl I kissed and we're still in contact.
From 1961.
There is a bus under £2 to Poznan or the train around £7.
From Newcastle?
Which stop?
Haymarket or Metro Centre?

oO From Wroclaw, rather than going to London to fly to Poznan take the cheap Wroclaw flight and then a bus.
#25
Wroclaw is pretty close to the Sudety mountains and they were snowed up unusually early this year, it all probably melted by now, but you might get lucky again and most slopes have artificial snow, as long as it gets below zero at night.
Sniezka mountain is pretty nice and you cna get a cable car from the Czech side:
https://www.google.co.uk/search?q=sniezka+poland
#26
Rys_Ochodzki
rachelandgromit

There is a bus under £2 to Poznan or the train around £7.
Amazing that in Europe you can travel 110 miles on public transport for that sort of money. Roughly the same distance as Birmingham to London.
Wroclaw is certainly worth a weekend visit - great restaurants and bars and all quite inexpensive.
Anyway travel now as after Brexit you may need to queue and pay for a visa at the Polish consulate (only 3 of them in the UK). Sterling will be worth roughly the same as Polish zloty too, so enjoy while you can...
What makes you think that? the rate dropped initially to 4 point sth, but now it's 5.3 zl per pound which is great value.
#27
Great deal BTW :)
1 Like #28
tom6195
I'm looking for a city break from the 17th onwards somewhere from east mids/Birmingham if anyone has seen any good deals

Yeah, I'm also looking for something totally irrelevant if anyone can help ?
4 Likes #29
The positive vibes in this thread about my mother country are warming my cockles, peeps ;-)
#30
Pluun
Ioana79
Hi,
To Poznan you can fly from London Stanstead via Ryanair or from London Luton via Wizzair. Both cities ie Wroclaw and Poznan are worth visiting as well as other places in Poland
PANORAMA OF THE BATTLE OF RACŁAWICE is must see in Wroclaw, in Poznan you can't miss The Palm House. Have fun :)
Thank you but I need to fly from Newcastle to Poznan.
Then I'd go to Sroda, to meet my very first girlfriend again.
The first girl I kissed and we're still in contact.
From 1961.

Bet love story than Twilight
banned#31
tom6195
I'm looking for a city break from the 17th onwards somewhere from east mids/Birmingham if anyone has seen any good deals

What about Coventry? I've heard it's lovely at this time of year.
#32
thomasrykala
The positive vibes in this thread about my mother country are warming my cockles, peeps ;-)
I would love to visit Poland,I have polish friends that live in my town,lovely people
#33
Drink some Tyskie and throw the empties everywhere. I'd say to do it with Newcastle Broon Ale but doubt you'd find any.
1 Like #34
anewman
Drink some Tyskie and throw the empties everywhere. I'd say to do it with Newcastle Broon Ale but doubt you'd find any.

Going to Poland to drink Tyskie is like coming all the way to Scotland for a pint of Tennent's.

It's a pi*s water mass-produced by SABMiller or whichever corporation owns them these days. Microbreweries are booming in Poland now and any decent pub should have a dozen or so to choose from. Or sod it and go straight for vodka. :)
1 Like #35
I don't need to go to Poland

Just pop to my local town center any day of the week it feels like I'm already there
#36
Rys_Ochodzki
rachelandgromit

There is a bus under £2 to Poznan or the train around £7.
Amazing that in Europe you can travel 110 miles on public transport for that sort of money. Roughly the same distance as Birmingham to London.
Wroclaw is certainly worth a weekend visit - great restaurants and bars and all quite inexpensive.
Anyway travel now as after Brexit you may need to queue and pay for a visa at the Polish consulate (only 3 of them in the UK). Sterling will be worth roughly the same as Polish zloty too, so enjoy while you can...


... or shocking that in UK you have to pay so much money for many times unreliable, late and overcrowded public transport...
2 Likes #37
CONKY666
I don't need to go to Poland
Just pop to my local town center any day of the week it feels like I'm already there

wow, you've made 7 comments here in the 7 years you've been registered - and one of them had to be this...you was doing so well petal.
#38
only been truthful and only costs £2.50 on the bus to town
1 Like #39
rudy691
CONKY666
I don't need to go to Poland
Just pop to my local town center any day of the week it feels like I'm already there
wow, you've made 7 comments here in the 7 years you've been registered - and one of them had to be this...you was doing so well petal.

I'm pretty sure this is about him:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t2ICmOYP8gs

;)
#40
CONKY666
only been truthful and only costs £2.50 on the bus to town

please stop.

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