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 soldiers) led by Vladislav Jagailo defeated the 21 thousandth army of the crusaders of the Teutonic Order. It is difficult to describe in words how much this place means to the Poles, it’s easier to give a couple of comparisons. Grunwald is somewhat Polish Kulikovo field or the famous Borodino, which once and for all turned the tide of the war. In a word, a place of greatness, pride and joy. I must say, very deserved. Continue reading
Auschwitz-Birkenau is one of the most frequently visited Polish museums. Its main feature is reliability – here everything remained exactly as it was at the time of the functioning of the camp. Here are personal belongings of prisoners, gas chambers and crematoria, and even entire rooms full of human hair, which the Germans used in light industry. Continue reading
The area and the hotel where we stay on a trip largely determine our further relations with the city and Wroclaw is no exception. A good impression of the city and minimizing all unpleasant moments means the place of spending the night was chosen correctly. The requirements for the place of our stop in Wroclaw were simple.
Walking distance to the bus stop number 106, which goes to the airport
Minimize use of public transport, ideally only on foot
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