Just as there wasn’t a plan for the 13-month adventure through SE Asia, The Baltics, and Poland, decide on a new travel chapter Reg the motorhome – home away from home for a while!
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In addition to a wonderful cultural experience and lovely locals, a plethora of sites await any traveller to Wrocław in Western Poland. Continue reading “Delightful Wrocław – Western Poland”
About twenty percent of Poland’s population study at one institute or another in Poznań, which helps to retain a young and vibrant atmosphere in the city’s streets. Continue reading “Vibrant Poznań – Poland’s Central-west”
Situated at the foot of the Polish Tatra Mountains and with over a century-old tradition of skiing, Zakopane is Poland’s “Winter Capital” so expect loads of skiing, snowboarding, cross-country activities, walking trails, and breathtaking vistas! Continue reading “Stunning Zakopane! Southern Poland’s Tatras Mountains”
Dating back as far as the 7th century, Kraków is one of the oldest cities in Poland. According to legend, Kraków was built on the dragon’s cave that the mythical King Krak had slain. Continue reading “Kraków – Southern Poland’s Visual Gem”
Zamość is known as the “Ideal Town” as it’s consistently designed and built in accordance with Bernardo Morando’s outstanding architectural theories – a unique town and very easy to navigate your way around, especially on foot. Continue reading “Poland’s Southeast Hidden Gem – Zamość”
The name Lublin in eastern Poland was first recorded in 1224 with archaeological research proving that the most ancient traces of Lublin date back to 10,000 B.C.
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Located on the Vistula River dividing the city in two parts to the left and right, Warsaw is the sprawling capital of Poland and has been since 1596. Continue reading “Poland’s Capital – Warsaw”