While staying in Opole holiday homes, visitors can explore the city and surrounding region in their own time, and at their own preferred pace. The region offers ample opportunities for walking, rambling, cycling and cross-country running in the plains of the Oder river. The Opolskie area is renowned as the land of castles, manor houses and villages encased in beautiful greenery.
There is no shortage of things to see and do in Opole and it's environs. Its capital city, Opole, is a jewel. The Opole Akropolis is the seat of Opole University, boasting a magnificent gallery of Silesian Baroque sculpture. It also hosts the picturesque Saint Adalbert's Chapel. Aside from the placid, idyllic nature surrounding the city, there are regional markets, historic and archaeological sites to discover. The area around Opole accommodation is home to cultural highlights, which is sure to be expected of such a district steeped in vernacular traditions and history. Every year, the city of Opole is the site of the National Festival of Polish Song.
There can be no more practical solution for tourists wanting to use this region as a base for exploring Poland than staying in Opole holiday homes. The region borders the Czech Republic as well as being close to the Silesian region and the popular destinations of Krakow and Wroclaw.