Szczecin Vacation Packages
Szczecin, in Szczecin - West Pomerania, is a city of round and about 410,000 residents.
It’s situated 280 miles (451 kilometers) from Warsaw and 80 miles (129 kilometers) from Berlin, Germany.
Don’t miss the chance to visit the excellent forts and castles in the area. When you stare up at the iconic shape of the historical Pomeranian Dukes' Castle, it’s very easy to imagine how ruling clans once lived in their empire.
Read stories of brave sailors and fishermen in the Szczecin Maritime Museum, the premier nautical museum in Szczecin. It's one of the most interesting museums in the city, so set aside an afternoon to peruse fine examples of historical artifacts and crafts about the region’s seafaring history.
An old place of worship, one of the most popular of the many historic attractions here, is the Cathedral Basilica of St. James the Apostle. Visit this heritage site to explore its cultural significance and also to study its design.
The Szczecin area’s major attractions often overshadow its less renowned, but equally rewarding sights. Regardless of how many fabulous sights you’ve squeezed into your itinerary, no holiday to this city is complete until you’ve checked out the Church of the Immaculate Conception, the Bismarck Tower, the Chrobry Embankment and the Eagle Statue Fountain.
Accommodation in Szczecin
Pre-booking the perfect place to stay goes a long way towards vacation bliss. You can check out a selection of the most popular hotels in Szczecin on Expedia's up-to-date Szczecin hotels guide.
If you're interested in a place to stay in the more exclusive end of the spectrum, you're sure to enjoy the hospitality at the Hotel Novotel Szczecin Centrum, located at Al 3 Maja 31, or the Hotel Focus Szczecin, at ul. Malopolska 23. In the same premium category, there is also the Hotel Campanile Szczecin and the Radisson Blu Hotel, Szczecin. The Hotel Campanile Szczecin is housed at Ul Wyszynskiego 30, while the Radisson Blu Hotel, Szczecin is situated at Pl Rodla 10.