Why a “Food, Wine & Spa Adventure in Lower Silesia, Poland” might just be the right slow trip to restart your European travels with your friends and family this year or next.
We’re all looking forward to touring again after over a year of staying home and dealing with the unexpected, unwelcomed and limiting pandemic.
As we reflect on how to best host our guests again in lovely Poland, a custom, private, small-group, slow food, wine and spa experience in an off-the-beaten path region like Lower Silesia, seems like a perfect way.
Lower Silesia region is located in the south-west corner of Poland bordering Czech Republic in the south and Germany in the west. It is one of the most diverse and mysterious places with welcoming people, beautiful nature and stays possible in the Sudety mountains and countryside world-class boutique hotels and resort spas and YES, tasty Polish wine.
During a “Food, Wine and Spa Adventure in Lower Silesia, Poland” you and your fellow travelers can expect to experience the following:
– Overnight stay in a 16th century Renaissance castle like the Uroczysko Siedmiu Stawow Hotel & Spa in the Polish countryside
– Vineyard tours and Polish wine tastings
– Tour of Wroclaw, the capital of Lower Silesia
– Visits and shopping for unique finds at local festivals happening during your tour
Please call us at 1-772-777-0571 or email firstname.lastname@example.org if you’d like to experience a food, wine and spa adventure in the Lower Silesia region of Poland with your family and friends in 2021 or 2022.
View sample wine itinerary we offer in the Lower Silesia region of Poland “Five Days with Polish Wine in Lower Silesia & Wroclaw” and start getting some ideas.
You may also like our “Flavors of Lower Silesia and Wroclaw” tour which we organize around the annual Polish Pottery Festival every August.
Do zobaczenia w Polsce! – See you in Poland!
| Malgorzata (Sarna) Rose, is a native of Poland. Poland Culinary Vacations grew out of her love and passion for travel and everything Polish, including fine Polish cuisine, eventually blossoming into a first-class culinary travel company. While growing up in Poland, she experienced the great joy of cooking with family and friends. Using her grandmothers' recipes and fresh ingredients from their gardens, they prepared food for weddings, parties, and traditional holidays. Now, through Poland Culinary Vacations, she wants to share that experience with you, and show you the best of everyday Polish living: the special people and their hospitality, and the heritage and traditions unique to each region. Only a native can help you discover and fully experience the authentic Poland!|
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