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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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October 25, 2019
The Right Side of Warsaw

Typically, the sightseeing of Warsaw starts and ends on the left side of the Vistula river. But if you happen to arrive a day earlier or depart a day later, consider taking some time to cross the river and explore the less touristic side of Warsaw. Here's a short video that will give you an […]

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October 1, 2019
Why Do We Love Kraków?

Kraków (also known as Cracow) is definitely Poland's top tourist destination. We are not surprised. We've been there so many times and we just can't get enough... Here's a list of reasons why Kraków is worth visiting. And this list is not even close to being exhaustive. 1. Kraków's Old Town It's listed among the […]

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September 13, 2019
Why Visit Malbork?

The monumental Gothic castle in Malbork is the largest preserved Medieval castle in Europe. Did I say Europe? Actually, it’s considered to be the largest castle in the world, measured by land area. And of course it is a UNESCO Heritage Site. (Now you know why it’s so eagerly photographed during our Ultimate Poland and […]

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September 5, 2019
Falowiec - Living on the Wave

Look at the Przymorze district of Gdańsk on Google Earth. See the long caterpillar crawling towards the sea along the Obrońców Wybrzeża street? That’s the longest of eight wavy apartment blocks in Gdańsk, known as falowiec (from the Polish fala - wave). The falowiec kind of apartment blocks remind of the times of the Polish […]

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August 21, 2019
Wolf's Lair: Hitler's Secret Headquarters

Hidden in the middle of lush Masurian forests, and slowly being reclaimed by nature, is Wolf’s Lair (Wolfsschanze), a secret Nazi stronghold and Hitler’s headquarters on the Eastern front. The walls of these concrete bunkers, nowadays covered in moss and lichen, once witnessed the assassination attempt on on the Führer. A safe location Wolf’s Lair […]

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August 12, 2019
The Trail of the Eagles' Nests

The Polish Jura region between Częstochowa and Kraków is one of the most beautiful places in Poland, with its hilly landscape and Jurassic limestone rock formations, cliffs, valleys and caves. But apart from the extraordinary natural beauty, it also abounds in historical monuments along the Trail of the Eagles’ Nests. This amazing hiking trail, which […]

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August 2, 2019
The Spirit of the Polish Countryside

There’s no better place to learn all about the rural life in the past and to enjoy the true Polish countryside atmosphere than the numerous picturesque ethnographic parks we call ‘skansen’. The word ‘skansen’ usually refers to an open-air museum that presents the folk culture of a given region. Today we’ll have a sneak preview […]

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May 7, 2019
The Bones of the Wawel Dragon

Kraków is probably the most famous Polish destination among tourists. With its beautiful sights, unique, cheerful atmosphere and history just waiting to be discovered in every corner of the city, it surely deserves its fame. But why is the future of the world in the hands of the Cracovian historic buildings conservator? And what does […]

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March 12, 2019
The Tiny Inhabitants of Wrocław

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