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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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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Poland, Nedica - a village with a medieval castle and picturesque surroundings
Summer holidays are an ideal time for family trips, so today we invite you to one of them. Our goal will be the Polish village of Niedzica, located in the…

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Moving to Warsaw: how to feel at home faster

Someone once called Warsaw eastern Paris – for its baroque beauty, elegant regality and quiet charm. But World War II ruthlessly destroyed more than 85% of urban buildings, and the capital of Poland had to start life anew. It still rises from the ashes, and if the reconstructed sights – the Palace and Market Squares, the Royal Castle – can be blamed for some artificiality (although they were restored carefully and carefully), then little-known corners outside the center still retain their cherished authenticity. Continue reading

Poland, Wieliczka – a story above the earth

When Wieliczka sounds, probably each of us will come to mind the famous salt mine in southern Poland. This eponymous town offers tourists not only beauty in its dungeon, but it is also worth exploring what is offered above the ground. Before looking into the ancient depths, we will walk among the sights in its streets that recall the rich history of this mining city.

If you, like us, go to Krakow, be sure to visit Wieliczka, which is located about 10 kilometers from the city. Continue reading

Poland, Swidnica and Yavor – churches of the World

In our countries, the post-Belogor period is still often perceived as a dark age. But it was precisely in this “dark” time that many of our greatest artistic treasures came into being, which were created by such masters as Karel Shkreta, Jan Blazhey Santini Aichl or father and son Dintsenhofer. Neighboring Poland is also proud of the wonderful Baroque treasures that arose, in fact, as a result of the Thirty Years War. However, part of today’s Poland at that time was part of the Czech Crown Lands. Continue reading

Poland, Wieliczka I salt mine - history and modernity
World rarity in southern Poland attracts more than a million tourists annually to look into the womb of the earth. The salt world, which has arisen here over the centuries…

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Poland, Cieszyn: Castle Hill
Originally a Slavic settlement, later a defense castle, today it is a historical landmark with a park and views of the Czech Tesin, Silesian and Moravian-Silesian Beskids. At the beginning…

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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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Moving to Warsaw: how to feel at home faster
Someone once called Warsaw eastern Paris - for its baroque beauty, elegant regality and quiet charm. But World War II ruthlessly destroyed more than 85% of urban buildings, and the…

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