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Poland is making special preparations to receive guests and ensure their comfortable accommodation during UEFA EURO 2012TM. You will find many lodging opportunities in every price range in the Host Cities and their surroundings. If you value comfort and convenience during your stay in our country you can choose one of the star categorized hotels. Also apartments, i.e. private homes rented directly by the owners or through booking portals, offer a high standard. If you don’t want to pay too much you can also stay at a guest house, private lodgings, hostel or dormitory. The cost of accommodation in a Polish hostel almost the same as in hostels in the EU. The dormitories/halls of residence over very attractive prices, but their standards vary depending on the university to which they belong. You can also find the campsites in the Host Cities and in their surroundings.
If you don’t know yet where to stay in Poland, check out the offer of the Polish Pass program. There is a wide range of lodging opportunities so you can select the perfect accommodation to suite you needs during UEFA EURO 2012TM. Read more.
Fans and tourists arriving to Warsaw for UEFA EURO 2012TM have hundreds of facilities of different standards to choose from – from luxury hotels and apartments, to hostels, guest rooms and dormitories.Read more
The extensive accommodation on offer in Wroclaw allows the Tournament visitors to select accommodation to best suite their needs and tastes. The hotels in Wroclaw will satisfy the most demanding customers.Read more
If during the Championships you're planning on staying in Poznan you can take advantage of the offer of large reputable chain hotels or small charming hotels located in and outside the city centre.Read more
From a campsite to a five-star hotel, from an RV park to a luxury SPA – Gdansk provides any kind of accommodation and leisure, depending on what suits your needs and fits your budget.Read more
Remember that when flying – no matter if the flight is inside or outside Poland – you must have an ID document to present to the airport staff. To enter the Schengen territory, citizens of third countries must have a valid travel document and visa if required.
Tickets to the UEFA EURO 2012™ games can only be purchased through the following website www.uefa.com, National Football Federations, or won in competitions organised by the official sponsors of the Tournament.
The ban on drinking alcohol in public places, possession of a knife or other dangerous items, the entry to a football match of a minor without a guardian – are just some of the regulations in force in Poland.
Choose the genuine logo and high quality licensed UEFA EURO 2012™ products. When you buy counterfeit goods you are agreeing to breaking the law and to the low quality of such goods.
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