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A farm stay is a popular and common leisure activity in Poland. It involves staying on an authentic local farm, where you can find a cozy place to sleep and participate in the daily activities of farm life. Regional agrotourism associations, such as the Polish Federation of Rural Tourism, offer information and assign ratings to local farms, so it’s easy to find which ones provide basic accommodations and which are more akin to luxury hotel suites with private bathrooms and kitchens. Many travelers find a happy medium by spending a few nights in a luxury hotel in one of Poland’s bigger cities and then spending a few nights at an agrotourism site out in the Polish countryside. If you want to get a taste of a Polish farmer’s life, there will be no shortage of opportunities. You can participate in activities such as milking cows and feeding hens in many of these places if you wish. If you don’t want to get your hands dirty, that’s okay too; simply observing these activities is entertaining in and of itself, especially if you are traveling with children. There are usually plenty of interesting animals and plants on these farms that are interesting to watch and excellent subjects for photography. Many places also offer other activities, such as horseback riding, fishing, cooking classes, and even Polish language lessons.  

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