Explore Krakow, Warsaw and Poznan, plus many more incredible places with Angloville! Come and join our international participants while engaging in conversation, cultural exchange, and exciting activities. All while exploring Poland off the beaten path, taking in the culture, and rich history. 

Discover Warsaw

Warsaw is the capital city of Poland. During World War II, the city suffered extensive damage, but it has been meticulously reconstructed and restored to its former glory. The Old Town has been listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site. 

Also, Warsaw boasts numerous parks and green spaces, including the expansive Royal Baths Park.

It’s a popular tourist destination, offering visitors a wide range of museums, galleries, restaurants, and has a vibrant nightlife scene.

Explore Krakow

Krakow is a city located in southern Poland, known for its rich history, cultural significance, and stunning architecture. Krakow served as the capital of Poland from the 11th century until the early 17th century. It has played a significant role in Polish history and culture.

The city’s Old Town, is a UNESCO World Heritage site, and is home to numerous historic landmarks. These include the Wawel Castle and Cathedral, the Main Market Square, and the Cloth Hall.

Krakow attracts visitors from all over the world with its rich history, beautiful architecture, and unique cultural attractions.

Enjoy Poznan

Poznan is a city located in western Poland, and is one of the oldest cities in the country.

It’s known for the beautiful architecture, historic landmarks, and vibrant cultural scene. The Old Town Square is a popular destination for visitors, with its colourful buildings and lively atmosphere.
Overall, Poznan is a charming city full of rich history and has a unique chilled out vibe.

Stay in Wroclaw

Wroclaw is the fourth-largest city in Poland and is known for its stunning architecture, cultural attractions, and lively atmosphere. The city’s Old Town is home to numerous historic landmarks, including the Wroclaw Market Square, one of the largest in Europe, and the iconic Wroclaw Cathedral.

Wroclaw is one of the most beautiful and dynamic Polish cities that offers a rich historic and vibrant cultural scene.

What to visit in Poland?

Our Calendar


25 June – 01 July (Osada Danków, dep. from Warszawa) – Junior edition


25 June – 01 July (Chojnik, dep. from Wrocław) – Junior edition


02– 08 July (Willa Tatry, dep. from Krakow) – Junior edition


02– 07 July (Kurpia Arte, dep. from Warszawa) – Adultedition

02– 08 July (Chojnik, dep. from Wroclaw) – Junior editionn


09– 15 July (Dwór Pomorski, dep. from Poznan) – Junior edition

09– 15 July (Osada 49, dep. from Warszawa) – Junior edition

16– 22 July (Willa Tatry, dep. from Kraków) – Junior edition


16– 22 July (Magiczny Zakatek, dep. from Wroclaw) – Junior edition


23– 29 July(Lipowy Most, dep. from Warszawa) – Junior edition

23– 28 July (Pałac Pakosław, dep. from Poznań) – Adult edition

30 July– 05 August (Fero Lux, dep. from Kraków) – Junior edition

30 July– 05 August July (Wawrzyniak, dep. from Poznan) – Junior edition


06– 12 August (HI-FI, dep. from Wroclaw) – Junior edition


06– 11 August (Palac Pakoslaw, dep. from Poznan) – Adult edition

13– 19 August (Kurpia Arte, dep. from Warszawa) – Junior edition

20– 26 August (Palac Pakoslaw, dep. from Poznan) – Junior edition


20– 26 August (Osada Danków, dep. from Warszawa) – Adult Family edition


Short presentation of our programme

Angloville offers unique cultural exchange programmes that run across Europe. The programme pairs International English speakers with Local English Learners for one-to-one and/or two-to-one conversations. As well as, group activities designed to boost fluency and confidence. The programmes are held in various locations around the world, including Poland, Italy, the UK, and Malta. It is open to individuals of all ages and backgrounds. 

Overall, Angloville offers a chance to meet people from around the world, in an exciting and engaging way while travelling across Europe. It’s an amazing opportunity to make new friends and explore new cultures.

Highlights of our programme

Our Schedule

The Angloville Kids, Junior, and Adult Programme are designed to offer local students a unique and immersive English language learning experience. This is through conversation, cultural exchange, and fun-packed activities. In return, international participants like YOU get an amazing opportunity to meet locals and discover their culture & traditions. It will be one of the most exciting adventures of your life! 

Our venues

Our programmes are held in various venues throughout Poland, providing participants the opportunity to experience different regions and cultures. The 12 venues chosen by Angloville are typically located in picturesque and culturally rich areas. This provides participants with a unique and enriching experience. Here are two of our best-rated and most popular venues in Poland:

Bachledowka Hotel & Spa

Bachledówka Hotel & Spa is a unique accommodation in the Podhale region, located on large, rolling grounds with scenic views of the Polish and Slovakian Tatra Mountains to the south. It is a perfect place for rest and relaxation in the midst of picturesque landscapes and clean mountain air.

Jacuzzi & sauna


Vegetarian & vegan dining options

Swimming pool

Walking trails

Lipowy Most Hotel & Spa

Hotel Lipowy Most is located in the middle of the Puszcza Knyszyńska Landscape Park. The grounds are surrounded by primaeval forests and picturesque landscapes, creating a tranquil environment.


Vegetarian & vegan dining options

Table tennis, billiards & darts equipment

Sauna & Swimming pool

Laundry service

What we cover

If you’re looking to explore Poland off-the-beaten-path, experience new cultures, and make international connections, Angloville is the perfect place for you. From historic Polish cities to stunning natural landscapes, you’ll have the chance to see and do things you never imagined.

Also, the programme can help you build travel confidence, develop interpersonal skills, and improve your ability to teach English. You’ll gain invaluable experience that can benefit you personally and professionally.

In other words, Angloville is a unique and rewarding programme that offers a fun and effective way to travel. You’ll make new international friends while discovering Europe and expanding your horizons.

Free accommodation for all action-packed days (shared rooms or apartments with private bathrooms)

Free food: 3 meals at minimum. Local & international cuisine

Leisure: Daily fun-packed activities

Invaluable experience with local & international youth from all around the world

Grow: Opportunity to become TEFL qualified via Anglo-TEFL Scholarship.

Local guide tips

Angloville advises International Participants to arrive 1 or 2 days in Poland before the programme starts. To arrive at the meeting city, we recommend: www.skyscanner.com to look for some good flight deals. Budget airlines within Europe (Wizz air and Ryanair) do have some great deals for the upcoming months, with fares starting from £30!

You can book your return flight for the last day of the programme, but make sure you will be flying from the capital city, not earlier than 23:00. Generally, our participants prefer to book their return flight the day after the programme to enjoy a proper rest before flying. 

We will include all the important information in an info-pack (2-3 weeks before the programme starts).

Angloville offers free 2-hour walking city tours for our International Participants in Krakow, Warsaw, Poznan and Wroclaw. These walking city tours are designed to help participants immerse themselves in the local culture and history of the city. The tours are led by local guides who are knowledgeable about the city’s history, architecture, and culture.

If you are interested in participating in one of these walking city tours, you can contact Angloville at info@angloville.com. Note our city tours take place on the Saturday before the programme starts. Also, it’s a great chance to meet your fellow participants.

We recommend you to arrive a day before the programme starts, which means you will have to book the accommodation yourself. The city-centre of the departure is always a good option. Angloville only provides the accommodation for the duration of the programme. If you decide to complete a three-week package with Angloville, booking the accommodation between the programmes will also be your responsibility. 

We suggest Couchsurfing (for a free accommodation), HostelWorld and Booking.com (for a bed in a dorm or a cheap hotel deal), or AirBnB (for a private room or a flat to share).

When packing a trip to Poland, you should first consider the time of year you are visiting. Poland has a temperate climate, so you should pack layers of clothing, including a warm jacket or coat for colder months. In summer, light clothing is best for staying cool.

If you plan to explore Poland independently, consider downloading a travel app to help you get around and find things to do. Though many people in Poland speak English, it’s always nice to learn a few basic phrases in the local language to help with communication.

Don’t forget to pack all the essentials like your passport, travel insurance, and any other necessary travel documents. Also, it’s a good idea to have some cash and credit cards for shopping, snacks, and other extra activities. If you’re coming from a country with a different type of electrical outlet, you’ll need to bring an adapter plug to charge your devices.