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Adult & University Sport Tours to Poland

Poland is one of the cheapest destinations for a sports tour in Europe; flights and accommodation are very reasonable and the cost of living is very low too. So, if your university sports team is on a low budget but still wants to get abroad for a tour, Poland is a great option.

Tours 4 Sport organises a lot of university sports tours to Krakow, which in our experience is the best Polish destination for a tour. While we can offer tours to Warsaw, we prefer to recommend Krakow as we feel a tour there offers better value for money.

Karkow is filled with clubs, bars and restaurants where you can expect to pay half as much for your food and drinks as you would in the UK. With a roaring nightlife which rivals that of any European city, Krakow is a student’s dream!

Whether you are thinking about a university rugby tour or a university football tour, Poland is definitely worth considering. Although Krakow is our top tip for a Poland sports tour, Frogs and Co, the famous Polish rugby team do host a brilliant annual rugby tournament in Warsaw which is also an exciting opportunity for a university sports tour. 

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“A great time was had by all thanks and everything went off without a hitch. The rugby club really put a lot of work into the tournament and it is well run. On Sunday evening they put on a big awards ceremony with live music and dancers plus a sit down meal - a great rugby atmosphere and a good night was had by all. I will have no hesitation in recommending either yourselves or the event.”

JR - Sevenoaks RFC U17

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