Rating of the best cities in Poland
Moving to Poland it is important to choose a city where you will feel comfortable and safe. Many emigrants who leave for Poland have their own image of an ideal…

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Poland - a journey beyond the beauty of Lesser Poland Voivodeship
In the coming weeks, we will discover the amazing natural and cultural attractions of the Lesser Poland Voivodeship. Our starting point will be the city of Zakopane, which is also…

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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…

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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

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

Gdansk Old Town

The historical center of Gdansk, where the main attractions are concentrated, is called the Main City, and everything that is located north of Pivnaya Street is called Old Town. The architectural appearance of the latter was formed in the 13-17 centuries, when Gdansk was called Danzig, belonged to the Teutonic Order, and then became a free trading city. Most buildings were destroyed by World War II bombs, but after they were rebuilt by Polish restorers. True, the reconstruction of the Church of the Virgin Mary, the largest brick church in Europe, is still not completed. 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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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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POLAND LICENSES TO ITS JOB UKRAINIAN STUDENTS
A number of Polish firms began to offer students from Eastern European countries, including Ukraine, legal employment for a period of one month or more. The “Make Money for Gifts”…

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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…

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