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Fun Things to do in Krakow

Fun Things to do in Krakow

Krakow, Poland is one of the best cities to visit in Europe. It is a charming city with tons of history, culture and several museums, churches and mines to explore. The city is small enough that you can see most of it in a day, although you will want to spend more time here to get the most out of it. It is very walkable and easy to get around. The old town has a lot of charm with tons of restaurants and shops. It is extremely beautiful and filled with charming architecture. There are also plenty of museums and…
The Ultimate Guide to Bydgoszcz

The Ultimate Guide to Bydgoszcz

Bydgoszcz City is one of the most underrated cities in Poland. It is not as well known as other tourist destinations like Krakow or Warsaw but you will be hard-pressed to find another city that offers so much in terms of culture and history. The old town area is filled with historic buildings, cobblestone streets and charming cafes while many museums showcase Poland's past struggles through various periods of time. However, if you are travelling through Bydgoszcz then it might be worth spending some time outside its borders too. The city's surrounding areas are just as beautiful and offer a…
Where To Stay in Torun

Where To Stay in Torun

Torun is an often overlooked city in Poland on the Vistula River, just over 200 km northwest of the capital Warsaw. With around 200,000 residents, it’s not a huge city but its UNESCO World Heritage Site status has increased its profile. Yes, Torun’s Teutonic Castle and its Old Town and New Town date back to the mid-13th century when two concurring major events were happening.  Not only were the monks of the Teutonic Order spreading Christianity around Eastern Europe, but the Hanseatic League was also rapidly increasing trade between Central Europe and the Baltic countries. These monuments from this time…
Where To Stay in Wroclaw

Where To Stay in Wroclaw

Wroclaw is the fourth largest city in Poland with a population of around 640,000 people. It presents itself as the cool, slightly quirky cousin in the family. This city has a vibrant market square, killer brunch cafes, and hundreds of little bronze gnome statues that began life as an anti-communist political movement. Because it’s quite a small city and all the main sites are concentrated in one area, you might think it would be difficult to figure out where to stay in Wroclaw. It’s not! Yes, the city centre is where you’ll find the majority of hotels in Wroclaw. But…
Where to stay in Bydgoszcz

Where to stay in Bydgoszcz

Although it is not as well known as Krakow or Warsaw, Bydgoszcz City offers many opportunities for culture and history buffs. The Old Town area of Bydgoszcz is filled with beautiful historic buildings, cobblestone streets and charming cafes. The town has been a fixture in Poland since the 11th century when it was established as a defensive outpost against invaders. It is now home to over 350,000 people and is one of Poland’s largest cities. The city is filled with historic buildings that have been preserved over the years and it is easy to get lost in its maze-like streets.…
Where to stay in Krakow

Where to stay in Krakow

Are you wondering about the best areas to stay in Krakow? Krakow, Poland, is a beautiful and historic city. Krakow is the second largest city in Poland with plenty of attractions and areas to explore. There are lots of great restaurants, bars, and cafes too. But where should you stay if you are planning on visiting Krakow? There are many different neighbourhoods in Krakow and many hotels to choose from. Krakow is a breathtaking city and there are many areas to stay in. Some of the most popular areas to stay in Krakow are the Old Town, Kazimierz and Podgórze.…
Where to Stay in Warsaw

Where to Stay in Warsaw

Poland is a beautiful destination, and a visit to Poland wouldn’t be complete without a visit to the capital city, Warsaw. The city has been destroyed and rebuilt and has come back better than ever. It’s a destination for foodies, history buffs and culture vultures. No matter your reason for visiting Warsaw, let us help you find the best places to stay in Warsaw, Poland. No matter your budget or travel style, the perfect Warsaw accommodation is waiting for you. Fortunately, public transport in Warsaw is very good, so each neighborhood is very accessible, regardless of where you stay.  We…
18 Things to do in Torun

18 Things to do in Torun

Toruń is one of Poland’s four biggest cities, despite having just 200,000 inhabitants. The historical centre of Toruń is set on the Vistula River in the north of Poland, just three hours’ drive from Warsaw, the country’s capital and largest city. Toruń is one of the oldest cities in Poland, although the sad truth is that many of its buildings were reconstructed after the Second World War. This gives the city a unique style, reminiscent of its former historical self with a slightly cleaner feel. The city is picturesque and filled with mediaeval buildings, and easy to walk around as…
48 Hours in Toruń - A Two Day Itinerary

48 Hours in Toruń – A Two Day Itinerary

  Toruń is one of those hidden gems that can be easily missed. It is a charming medieval town in northern Poland on the Vistula River that is bursting with history, architecture and centuries-old tradition. It is also a UNESCO world heritage site. There are lots of things to do in Toruń that make it a great destination to have on your bucket list. Toruń is also well known for the astronomer Nicolas Copernicus and for its production of gingerbread, so if you want to spend your time somewhere amazing, then Toruń is a must. The best time to visit…
48 Hours in Wroclaw - 2 Day Itinerary

48 Hours in Wroclaw – 2 Day Itinerary

City breaks in Poland are so popular for two main reasons. First, it’s cheap if you’re travelling from a western country. And second, the cities are packed with history and colourful buildings which are beautiful. Wroclaw, Poland is one of those cities. But why visit Wroclaw above other more popular cities like Warsaw and Krakow? Is Wroclaw worth visiting? Yes! And spending 48 hours in Wroclaw or one weekend is the perfect amount of time. Wroclaw (pronounced vrots-wav) is Poland’s fourth largest city. Its historic centre is fairly compact and walkable with cobble-stoned streets, river views, street art, and tons…