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Bridge Holidays From the UK – Fun, Friends and Travel in Poland

Bridge or contract bridge is a well-known card game enjoyed by millions of people around the world. Bridge is also the perfect excuse for thousands of people to leave the UK every year and enjoy a holiday package tailor around playing bridge. Traveling with fellow enthusiasts and friends, people spend time simply enjoying different scenery while taking part in endless games of Bridge. A typical internet search will bring up many bridge holiday results for the usual sun soaked locations such as Spain, Greece and even further afield such as Barbados. The average age of Bridge players in the UK is 55 years old and over 60 in the USA. Given the target market for Bridge holidays contains a lot of people who are retired or near retirement it is no wonder that chilled out beach locations are a popular destination option. However, there are a lack of overseas city destinations on offer for Bridge holidays from the UK. No doubt there are hundreds of Bridge players out there who like the idea of ​​a Bridge holiday but are not attracted to the sunny beaches and hot climates traditionally given by specialist travel agents.

There are of course many options within the UK for city / countryside based Bridge holiday locations out there but how about the same options abroad? Would you consider Poland and specifically Zakopane and Krakow as a possible destination for your next Bridge holiday? A combination of time spent between the countryside of Zakopane in Southern Poland and the city of Krakow, a UNESCO world heritage site.

Zakopane is based at the foot of the Tatra Mountains and instead of sand and sea offers Bridge players beautiful scenery of mountains, mountains and forests, a location of growing interest in the winter ski and snowboard holiday market. Krakow is a listed UNESCO world heritage site offering museums, medieval architecture and Gothic cathedrals. If you are the more adventurous type and would be interested in seeing more of the places you are visiting then Poland would offer plenty of scope for a well balanced holiday of playing Bridge, enjoying local traditions, visiting historical sites and creating a truly memorable experience.

The thought of trying a new holiday destination to the more experienced Bridge players may be a slightly worried prospect, there are of course strict rules and regulations to be followed, after this is first and foremost a Bridge holiday. No need to worry, Bridge is played around the world and Poland is no different, there is a Polish Bridge Union (Polski Zwiazek Brydza Sportowego), regular competitions and thousands of members. A Bridge holiday to Krakow and Zakopane would have been professionally organized as a trip to Spain.

Take a look at Poland when considering your next bridge holiday destination and enjoy a wonderful blend of culture and Bridge together.



Source by Gareth Nicholls

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