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July 1, 2021
Lublin - the Birthplace of the Greatest Empire in Renaissance Europe

Lublin is a bit off-the-beaten-path on the touristic map of Poland. Most foreign travelers focus on visiting Warsaw, Kraków and Gdańsk, as they often have limited time for sightseeing. But if you can spend a bit more time in Poland, or are more into finding all the pearls and gems many people miss, then you […]

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June 1, 2021
Bieszczady - Poland's Wildest Region

The extreme south-eastern part of Poland, the Bieszczady Mountains, is considered to be one of the wildest regions of Poland, offering stunning views and bears, wolves and European bisons wandering around. Nowadays Bieszczady are becoming a more and more popular tourist destination, especially among hiking enthusiasts. But has it always been such a wild place? […]

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August 11, 2020
Podlasie - a Piece of the Orient in the Polish Countryside

If you think that Poland is homogeneous in terms of culture and religion, you’ll be surprised. People of different faiths,  Catholics, Orthodox, Jews, and Muslims, have lived here for centuries. A distinctive place where these religions mix is Podlasie, a region located in the north-east of Poland, near the border with Belarus. It is a […]

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July 20, 2020
Who Lives Inside the Palace of Culture and Science?

This July we celebrate the 65th birthday of the Palace of Culture and Science, probably the most recognizable building in Warsaw. Have you ever wondered what’s inside? I guess it would take ages to mention everything. There are as many as 3288 rooms, hosting (among other things) a cinema, a swimming pool, theaters, museums and […]

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July 16, 2020
In the Footsteps of Copernicus

What’s your first association with the name Nicolaus Copernicus? A great astronomer? "On the Revolutions of the Heavenly Spheres"? Or perhaps the city of Toruń?  All these associations are accurate, but as a real Rennaissance man, he was also a mathematician, a physician, an economist, a cartographer, a polyglot,  and a canon. Let’s set foot […]

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March 20, 2020
Virtual Sightseeing in Poland

It never stops to puzzle us how come something so tiny it can’t even be seen with the naked eye can affect the lives of billions of people all over the world. The coronavirus pandemics has had a huge impact on our reality, our daily routines, as well as our future plans, many of which […]

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March 5, 2020
Museum of Soap and the History of Dirt

Nowadays, having a collection of soap bars in our homes and using them frequently is a standard. We wash our bodies every day, and we know how to wash our hands properly, which is the easiest, best and most effective way to prevent the spreading of germs and diseases. But this hasn’t always been the case.

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February 14, 2020
Top UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Poland

Naturally, traveling is about local experiences, trying local cuisine, meeting local people, discovering local history… but let’s not forget that it’s also about sights and sites. Have you ever wondered if Poland has any UNESCO World Heritage Sites? You bet it does! We have as many as 16 UNESCO-listed sites in Poland. Let’s take a […]

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December 4, 2019
Museum of the Second World War

The decision to choose Gdańsk as the location for the Museum of the Second World War is not surprising. After all, it is the place where the first shots of the war were fired. What is unusual, though, is the eye-opening take on the war that this ambitious museum presents.

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December 3, 2019
Discover Gdańsk

Gdańsk is very different from other cities in Poland. As a seaport, it has been shaped and influenced by sailors and merchants from a variety of places.Its history is long and complicated, with periods of affiliation with the Polish Kingdom, the Teutonic Order, and even of being an independent city, which makes Gdańsk a very […]

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November 26, 2019
Small Towns in Poland: Kazimierz Dolny

There’s no need to convince anybody about the beauty of the major Polish cities. Warsaw with its meticulously rebuilt Old Town, the buzzing historic Kraków and the harbor city of Gdańsk - they’re all included in the itineraries of the most popular Poland tours. But if you step off the beaten path for a moment […]

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October 29, 2019
Top 6 Reasons to Visit Poland

You’ve already wandered around the streets of London, Paris or Berlin. You’ve seen the ancient monuments in Athens and Rome. But there’s more to Europe than that. Those who have already had the luck to discover Poland, often refer to it as Europe’s best-kept secret, its hidden treasure. Over 1000 years of Polish history give […]

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