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December 18, 2018
8 Things We Miss When We Leave Poland

The Polish population is about 60 million people, with roughly 20 million living abroad. Now that Poland is part of the European Union, having a taste of living and working in a foreign country has become particularly easy. And a lot of Polish tourists travel all around the globe to discover other countries and cultures. […]

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November 20, 2018
20 Surprising Facts about Poland

Traveling and getting to know foreign countries is always full of surprises. What’s surprising about Poland, you may wonder? When we started creating this list, our aim was to write ten facts, but before we even noticed, we already had twenty on it. And it seems like it’s only the tip of an iceberg! POLISH […]

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November 7, 2018
5 Things to Pay Attention to When Choosing a Group Tour

Your holiday is very precious, you deserve to have the best time of your life. Of course you want it to become a lifelong memory of amazing experiences. But with so many different options and so many tour operators on the market, trying to decide on the best option can easily give you a headache. […]

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October 22, 2018
The Moodiness of the Polish Weather

Naturally, all travelers want to prepare for their trip the best they can and make sure they bring the appropriate clothing. But whenever we are asked one of the most frequently asked questions about what weather to expect during our tour, we wish we could take out our magical glass ball and check. We are […]

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June 30, 2018
Polish Geography with a Pinch of Salt

In order to visit Warsaw, you don’t have to travel to Poland at all. There are about 20 cities, towns and villages called Warsaw in the United States of America, e.g. Warsaw, Illinois. On the other hand if you decide to come to Poland, you will get Europe in a nutshell: Paryż (Paris), Rzym (Rome) […]

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June 4, 2018
All You've Wanted to Know About Paying in Poland

...But Have Been Afraid to Ask. Let’s face it: traveling entails spending money. There’s no escape. But we can try to find our way to make the payments as comfortable as possible and limit the money we spend on currency conversion. Let us put some basic information about paying in Poland in one place. Cash […]

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May 24, 2018
From Countertrade to Online Payment

Once upon a time in a faraway land by the banks of the river Vistula, natural economy flourished, with goods exchanged by direct barter. It was complemented by commodity economy, with such things as salt, amber or furs. Luckily for the tourist industry, those times are long gone. Can you imagine tourists traveling around with […]

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May 9, 2018
Tap Water in Poland

If there was one thing that united Polish people some ten or fifteen years ago, I daresay it was tap water phobia. Tap water was considered to be contaminated, full of chlorine and simply undrinkable (and all the more so when unboiled). There were portable water filters in almost every household. Many people kept plastic […]

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May 9, 2018
Things That Might Surprise You in Poland

People in all countries have their own habits that seem weird to a foreigner’s eye. Such quirks that one finds obvious and natural until someone else points out they aren’t considered normal in other parts of the world. Poles are no exception. Here’s a list of typically Polish things that might surprise you when you […]

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April 11, 2018
Tic Toc: a Tourist’s Inner Clock

If you live in Northern America, Europe or some parts of Australia, you are most probably familiar with the concept of daylight saving time. What is more, you’ve just experienced it, just like the inhabitants of Poland have. We bet you are excited about the days getting longer and you can feel spring in the […]

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April 6, 2018
Tips and Hints: Buying Souvenirs

A good holiday deserves to be long remembered. Pictures and films are a must, of course. In the era of smartphones and digital cameras you can take almost an unlimited amount of photos and share them with your family and friends. But it’s always nice to take a piece of the places you visit with […]

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March 10, 2018
Tips and Hints: Getting Around Warsaw

The capital city, Warsaw, is the first glimpse of Poland that many tourists get. The public transportation network here is well-developed. Having buses, trams, metro and commuter trains to choose from, you can get anywhere you want quickly, safely and conveniently. But getting around Warsaw can surprise you at times. The first surprise comes once […]

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