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Poland 2024

  • Wroclaw market square
  • Warsaw market 1920

This rally is coming soon.

The Adria Owners Club are heading to Eastern Europe to explore the diverse and unique country of Poland, from the stunning old historic towns of Krakow and Wroclaw to the lovely seaside resorts in the North.

The rally begins in the town of Potsdam, just outside the city of Berlin, and finishes in Dresden. If you would like to break your journey from the port to your first night and your return journey at the end of the rally, we can arrange an optional overnight stop at camping Erholungsgebiet Doktor-See for the nights of 04/09 and 28/09. Please indicate on your booking form if you would like this added to your itinerary.

Campsites have been chosen based on their location to the nearest town and public transport, and may have not been visited by the Alan Rogers team. Please also note that European campsites do not have the UK spacing rule of 6 metres and therefore you may be placed close to your neighbour.

Please note the following distances for the stops included in the itinerary

  • Hoek of Holland to Erholungsgebiet Doktor-See (optional overnight stop, 240 miles)
  • Erholungsgebiet Doktor-See to Potsdam (197 miles)
  • Potsdam to Poznan (175 miles)
  • Poznan to Torun (102 miles)
  • Torun to Sopot (116 miles)
  • Sopot – Warsaw (218 miles)
  • Warsaw to Sandomierz (169 miles)
  • Sandomierz – Krakow (100 miles)
  • Krakow – Wroclaw (169 miles)
  • Wroclaw – Dresden (167 miles)
  • Dresden to Erholungsgebiet Doktor-See (Optional overnight stop 269 miles)
  • Erholungsgebiet Doktor-See to Hoek of Holland (240 miles)



Campsite Locations

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Itinerary

05 Sept - 07 Sept: Camping Sanssouci, Postdam (2 nights)
Camping Sansoucci

Sanssouci is a wooded, lakeside campsite located 2km from the town of Sanssouci. There is a shuttle bus from the campsite to Postdam and a train station in Postdam that gets you into the centre of Berlin in 50 minutes.

The campsite has standard sized pitches with water and electricity (6 amp), under pine trees. A restaurant, suitable for groups, with a terrace overlooking the lake.

Dogs are welcome and they offer a dog walking service / short term care, if you wanted to go out for the day.

Welcome dinner and drink on the first night

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07 Sept - 09 Sept: Hotel Camping Malta (2 nights)
Camping Malta


This campsite is in the grounds of the Hotel Malta and is located close to (about 25 minutes walk) the town of Poznań and next to the picturesque Lake Malta. The campsite has individual pitches around 80 m sq, separated by hedges and all with 16 amp electricity. On-site facilities include a restaurant that serves traditional Polish and European cuisine, and there's also plenty more to choose from as you walk around the man-made lake.

There is a tram within a 10 minute walk from the campsite that takes you directly into the former capital where you will find a beautiful old market square, lined with colourful townhouses, stunning architecture and plenty of coffee shops to just sit in and soak up the surroundings. Also on the square is the impressive renaissance town hall which also houses the city museum – if you are there by noon you will see two billy goat figures butt their heads in the famous daily ritual..

Useful information

ZTM operate the train and tram system in Poznan and adults of 70 or over are free of charge. Dogs are also permitted as long as muzzled, leashed and not on a seat

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09 Sept - 10 Sept: Camping Tramp (1 nights)
Camping Tramp

The campsite is quite basic and in need of an update, however the location is excellent therefore we have included a one night stopover here to visit the town before continuing the journey to the north of Poland. All pitches have 16 amp electricity.

The site is located next to the main bridge that takes you into the city, there are reports of road noise from the busy road so take ear plugs. However, the beautiful old town is accessible by a 15 / 20 minute walk and is certainly worth a visit. Torun is one of the few polish cities to escape major damage during the war and the beautifully preserved old town is now a UNESCO world heritage site.

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10 Sept - 14 Sept: Camping Park 45 (4 nights)
Camping Park 45

This campsite is in a partially wooded area next to a glorious sandy beach looking out toward the Sopot pier and Gulf of Gdansk. Many pitches have shade from the tall pine trees, and long leads are needed for the electricity points (16 amp) . The site can become busy with motorhomes packed in (they don’t appear to have a minimum rule between units), however you will be visiting in low season and the site managers advised that this will not be an issue.

There is a pizzeria, and restaurant on site however there’s also a good selection of restaurants nearby to choose from.

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14 Sept - 18 Sept: Camping Motel Wok (4 nights)
Motel Wok

A small, well maintained campsite with an excellent location on the edge of Warsaw, only 2 minutes from the bus stop, which will take you into the city. All pitches have 16 amp electricity however you may feel a little squeezed in due to the size of the rally.

Restaurant and bar on site

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18 Sept - 20 Sept: Camping Browarny (2 nights)
Camping Browarny 2

Camping Browarny is a well-kept campsite located close to the ancient town of Sandomierz, with just a 10-minute stroll to the main market square. Pitches have 16 amp electricity.

The town of Sandomierz perched on a hill near the river Vistula and has a huge amount of character. The centre has a main square with pastel-coloured baroque townhouses and an impressive 14th-century gothic red brick town hall, the oldest in Rynek. Lots of narrow cobbled lanes lead off from the main square. One of the main attractions is the underground tourist route, which is a guided tour through a 500 metre section of 34 historic cellars beneath the market square (the guides are locals and speak In Polish)

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20 Sept - 24 Sept: Camping Smok Nr,46 (4 nights)
Camping Smok 46 areil

This campsite is conveniently located on the outskirts of the beautiful city of Krakow and just 300m to a bus stop. Pitches are of a good size and have electricity varying from 6 - 16 amp electricity. There is no restaurant, but you can BBQ and cook outside.

During your stay In Krakow, why not visit the infamous Wielicka Saltmines or the historic site of Auschwitz.

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24 Sept - 26 Sept: Camping Olimpijski (2 nights)
Camping Olimpiski

A simple campsite, 5km from the centre of Wroclaw with good tram services into town. Pitches range in size and have 10 amp electricity.

Wroclaw is one of the oldest and most beautiful cities of Poland and a hidden gem. Its old town is a maze of cobblestoned alleys, and the vibrant central square has tall colourful building in picture perfect style. Spend the day wandering the streets spotting as many dwarf statues as you can (there’s over 400), visit the Penitent Bridge for a unique viewpoint of the city (the 200 stairs are worth it), or if you prefer a lift, you can get a good view from the top of the Cathedral of St John Baptist.

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26 Sept - 28 Sept: Campingplatz Dresden Mockritz, (2 nights)
Dresden Mockritz

This campsite is located within 15 minutes of the city centre and with a bus every 20 minutes it's ideal for visiting one of Europe’s most attractive and interesting cities.

Due to the location the site is often used as an overnight stop for tourers travelling to Poland. All pitches have 6 amp electricity and some are on unlevel terrain..

Meet on your last night for a farewell meal to mark the end of your adventure around Poland.

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Travel Options

Travel Operator Stena Line
Date 3 Sept 2024
Description

Ferry inclusive price includes:

  • All campsite costs
  • Welcome Meal
  • Evening meal in Sopot
  • Farewell meal in Dresden
  • Over night stops on 4/09 and 28/09 at Camping Erholungsgebiet Doktor-See can be added to your itinerary for an additional £25 for each stop.

Stena Line

03/09/2024 Departing Harwich to Hoek of Holland, 23:00 arrives 08:00

29/09/2024 Departing Hoek of Holland to Harwich, 22:00 arrives 06:30

  • Motorhome up to 8m: £1,895
  • Car and Caravan up to 8m: £2,066

Ferries are based on dynamic pricing and only valid at the time the quotation is provided therefore the above prices are to be taken as a guide.

All cabins are subject to availability. Pet friendly cabins are available on overnight sailings and can get booked up fast.

Day sailings are also available, departing at 09.00, arriving in Holland at 17.45. Please ask for a quotation.

Irish Ferries

Alternatively, you can cross the channel by ferry or Eurotunnel

Travel any date and time from Dover to Calais

Travel any date and time from Calais to Dover

  • Motorhome up to 8m: £1,594
  • Car and Caravan up to 8m: £1,695

Ferry prices are fixed and include the rally itinerary. For Eurotunnel fares, please call for a quotation.


Prices

Motorhome with Stena Line: £1,895

Car and Caravan with Stena Line: £2,066

Optional Extras

Over night stops on 4/09 and 28/09 at Camping Erholungsgebiet Doktor-See can be added to your itinerary for an additional £25 for each stop.

Additional Information

Dogs

Dogs are permitted to join the rally and will be paid for locally on arrival of the campsite. Please make a note on your booking form if you wish your dog to join the rally.

Whilst in Germany, dogs will not be permitted on public transport. However, dogs are widely accepted throughout Poland and can travel on public buses and trains providing they not on a seat, they are muzzled and under control. Some restaurants may accept dogs, however it is the decision of the establishment.

Excursions

Excursions will be available to book soon, however the following will give you a taster..

6 September - Berlin

A day tour discovering the highlights of Potsdam and Berlin on a unique vintage bus. Includes an English speaking tour guide. The day starts at 10am, includes 2 breaks and ends at 4pm.

Alternatively, for a more in depth experience, make your own way to Berlin and join a walking tour with an english guide, and free time to explore the city at your own pace.

11 September -Day trip to Gdansk

Day trip to Gdansk including a 2 hour walking tour where you can discover the charming of old town, free time for lunch followed by a one hour cruise to the Gdansk Shipyard and back.

Rejoin the coach for the final leg of the trip to the Oliwa district where you can have a short break for coffee before visiting the famous cathedral with the famous 18th century organ with almost 8,000 pipes

12 September -World Heritage site of Malbork Castle with lunch

This impressive castle is the showstopper of Poland and the largest gothic fortress in Europe. We can organise a guided tour (they generally last around 3.5 hours as the castle is so large) or an audio tour to allow the members to walk at their own pace.

Lunch included in the castle’s gothic restaurant.

The castle is 46 miles from Soport so could take up to 80 minutes on the coach.

21 September -Excursion to the Wielicka Saltmines

Guided walking tour of one of the oldest Salt Mines in the world, discover the beautifully preserved underground mine with its breath-taking chambers carved completely out of salt, the impressive chandeliers and chapel.

A fair amount of walking is involved, and it’s not recommended if you don’t like small spaces or get anxious in tunnels

22 September -Excursion to Auschwitz

A visit to the former concentration camp known all over the world as a symbol of the holocaust.

Pets are accepted on the rally but will not be permitted on excursions unless stated.

Reserve Your Place

If you would like to reserve a place on the rally, please complete the form below and you will be emailed a booking form shortly.

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