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Mikolajki


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A wet wonderland surrounded by lakes
Mikolajki is located near Poland's largest lake, deep within the Masurian Lake District, a harmonious mix of forests and thousands of lakes connected by a series of canals. Not surprisingly, the town itself is located on a lake by the same name and features plenty of restaurants and cafes that follow the water. Mikolajki itself is cute and has served as a resort town for generations, but its main draw is the endless lakes around, which can easily be explored by rental boat, pleasure cruise, kayak, or even by following the lakeside paths and promenades.

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Where to stay in Mikolajki

Modern Hotel in Mikolajki
Modern Hotel
Our favourite option in Mikolajki, this hotel has its own island.
Cozy Lakeside Spa Hotel in Mikolajki
Cozy Lakeside Spa Hotel
Cozy lakeside hotel and spa with plenty of amenities, good for both families and couples.
Classic hotel in Mikolajki
Classic hotel
Massive lakeside hotel packed with amenities, from boat rentals and a riding club to a golf course.

Things to do in Mikolajki

Private Motorboat Cruise on a Great Masurian Lake Trail
Private Motorboat Cruise on a Great Masurian Lake Trail

Frequently Asked Questions about travel to Mikolajki

How long should I stay in Mikolajki?
Mikolajki is a perfect destination to enjoy a break from an otherwise packed historical and cultural itinerary. As it is not a big place, one or two days should be enough time to spend there.
How do I get around Mikolajki?
In Mikolajki, which is located in the region of Great Masurian lakes, by boat is the most preferable way of moving around, but it's also common to rent a bike and enjoy some of the local trails or opt for a pleasant walk in the town and its surroundings.
Is Mikolajki safe?
Mikolajki is a small-scale resort town and is practically crime-free. Of course, it is always better to keep valuables out of plain sight, to eliminate any risk of a potential pickpocketing, but this isn't something that occurs in Mikolajki often at all.
Where's best, easiest and safest to get some local currency?
There are at least couple of ATM's spread around the town. In case there are none in sight, it's always advisable to ask your receptionist to point you towards the nearest one.
Can I pay by card in Mikolajki?
Even though usage of credit/debit cards all around Poland is nowadays common, in all sorts of shops, and restaurants, even when paying a very small amount, it's still a good idea to have some cash on hand, especially if you're eating out. When you withdraw money from an ATM and you're asked if you want to be charged in PLN or your own currency, go with the Polish one, so you won't have to pay an additional fee.
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