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11 Best Things to Do in Wrocław, Poland

Wrocław is one of the most charming cities in Poland. You will see numerous attractions and monuments, eat in great restaurants and you will not have time to be bored! The capital of Lower Silesia is appreciated both by Poles and international tourists. Let’s review the best things to do in Wrocław and perhaps after …

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Comprehensive 10-Day Poland Trip: See The Best of Poland

10-Day Poland Itinerary: The Best Of Poland Looking for a Poland itinerary and tips to plan your Poland trip? You have come to the right place. A country rich in history, food, and nature, Poland’s popularity is slowly on the rise. Once an oppressed country, the cities are now dotted with charming streets and vibrant …

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Traditional Polish Food Dishes You Must Try When You Visit Poland

The Best Traditional Polish Food That Isn’t Pierogi Polish food is widely eaten around the world thanks to globalization and the many Poles living overseas. They bring with them their culture and glorious traditional Polish cuisine. People think of traditional Polish food as being heavy, meat-and-veg type meals. The ones you want to enjoy in …

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Krakow: Poland’s Beautiful Second-City

Overflowing with churches, museums, and historical sites, Krakow is the city to visit if you want to capture Europe’s culture through photography. The second largest city and one of the oldest in Poland, Krakow is pretty easy to explore. You just need to familiarize yourself with its key sights and activities. >>Polish Food – 10 …

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A Crash Course in Polish Gastronomy in Poznan

  One of the unintended effects of Communism in Europe was that it preserved traditional cooking techniques for a lot longer than in many other places in Europe. The Iron Curtain acted as a culinary time capsule: While much of the West was moving forward with the industrialization of its food production, people from Bucharest to …

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The Insider’s Guide to Poznan, Poland

  I arrived in Poznan, Poland, armed with a bunch of historical facts, figures and questions: how, for example, was this area the cradle of the Polish nation, how was it that the Germans fortified the city but were, nonetheless,  overrun by the Red Army in 1945, and what promted the citizens to rise up in revolt in 1956. I …

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Wroclaw: Poland’s Riverside Treasure

Wroclaw (pronounced Vrot-swav) is situated on the River Oder ( or Odra) in Western Poland. The Oder branches throughout the city forming 12 islands, which are connected to each other by over one hundred bridges creating a ‘Venice of Poland’. The soaring architecture, romantic river, and overall free-spirited feel of Wroclaw may come as a …

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Where to Stay in Warsaw, Poland

Warsaw, the capital of Poland, is a large city of almost 2 million, and it offers a wide selection of ‘where to stay’ options, from true 5-star hotels to comfortable budget accommodations. The Old Town in the Sródmiescie district is home to most of Warsaw’s popular tourist sights, such as the Royal Castle, and the …

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