UNUSUAL IMPRESSIONS IN FASHIONABLE AREAS OF POLISH CITIES
Not only the old city ... Major cities of Poland are not only the capitals of rapidly growing regions. In addition to the administrative and economic center for local residents,…

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Gdansk, Sopot and Malbork in four days - spontaneously and independently
Gdansk Gdansk and its surroundings in four days - a review of independent travel that you can see in time, the sights of Gdansk, the route around the city and…

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Nine Polish cities you did not know about
You have already visited Warsaw, Krakow, Gdansk and other most tourist Polish cities and now do not know where to go? Fortunately, you can gain experience not only in the…

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Baggage rules on flights

Baggage regulations vary by airline and flight. Of course, there are general points, but each carrier sets its own standards. Because of what, tourists are often confused in a lot of nuances, sometimes in the hustle and bustle they forget to study how much and what can be taken, which leads to unnecessary troubles: bickering at the check-in, the need to urgently re-pack suitcases, something to subtilize by weight or even throw things away. “The subtleties of tourism” prepared a small cheat sheet that will help to put everything in its place – to understand the “baggage tricks” and fly away without nerves. Continue reading

Wroclaw

Wroclaw is one of the oldest and most picturesque Polish cities. All tourists celebrate its beautiful Old Town with Baroque and Gothic architecture, as well as numerous bridges and canals, which are more numerous here than in Bruges. Wroclaw is a student city, so there are many young people on its streets, and the center is full of bars, discos and other entertainment venues.

One of the most fun tourist attractions in Wroclaw is “Find the Dwarf”. Continue reading

Warsaw

Warsaw is the capital of Poland and the largest city in Europe. Having survived many shocks and conquests, she carefully preserved to this day the most valuable of her every era. People come to Warsaw to wander along the streets of the Old Town and the picturesque embankment of the Vistula, take a stroll through the immense Lazenkovsky park and see the Church of the Holy Cross, where Chopin’s heart rests. Despite the fact that the city was almost completely destroyed during the Second World War, the appearance and atmosphere of antiquity were reliably recreated in its historical quarters. Continue reading

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Nine Polish cities you did not know about
You have already visited Warsaw, Krakow, Gdansk and other most tourist Polish cities and now do not know where to go? Fortunately, you can gain experience not only in the…

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Krakow - a city of talking stones
The university city of Krakow is the capital of the Lesser Poland Voivodeship in southern Poland. This is an amazingly beautiful town, living in a halo of history, art, culture…

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Grunwald
Grunwald is the site of a great battle, a bloody battle, the feat of arms of a army of many thousands, when a huge unified Polish-Lithuanian army (about 29 thousand…

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Oliva District in Gdansk
The lovely and peaceful Oliva area in Gdansk is worth a visit if you have an extra day or at least half an day. It is located in a wooded…

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