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What To Do in Warsaw for the Weekend

As the capital and largest city of Poland, Warsaw is a vibrant and exciting destination for travelers looking for a mix of history, culture, and entertainment. With a rich heritage that dates back to the 13th century, the city boasts a unique blend of traditional and modern architecture, a vibrant nightlife, and a dynamic cultural scene. In this article, we’ll provide you with a two-day itinerary that covers the must-see sights and experiences of Warsaw, including a tour of the Old Town, a Pub Crawl Warsaw, and a thrilling gun shooting experience. Day 1 – Exploring Warsaw’s Old Town and Pub Crawl Start your day by exploring Warsaw’s charming Old […]

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Gdansk Stag Do: The Ultimate Destination for Bachelor Parties

Gdansk, located in Poland, is quickly becoming one of the most popular destinations for stag dos and bachelor parties. With its lively nightlife, beautiful architecture, rich history, and unique activities, it offers an unforgettable experience for groups of friends looking to celebrate their last days of singlehood. Why Choose Gdansk for Your Stag Do There are numerous reasons why Gdansk should be at the top of your list for stag do destinations. Here are just a few of them: Vibrant Nightlife Gdansk boasts a thriving nightlife scene, with a plethora of bars, clubs, and pubs to choose from. Whether you’re looking to party hard or simply relax with friends, you’ll […]

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Discover the Best Things to Do in Gdansk: A Guide to the City’s Must-See Attractions

Introduction Gdansk, located on the Baltic coast of Poland, is a city with a rich history and a vibrant culture. From its medieval Old Town to its bustling streets and thriving arts scene, Gdansk has something to offer for every traveler. Whether you’re a history buff, art lover, or just looking for a relaxing escape, you’ll find plenty of things to do in Gdansk. Explore the Beauty of Gdansk’s Old Town Gdansk’s Old Town is one of the city’s most historic and beautiful areas. Visitors can explore the winding streets and discover stunning Gothic and Renaissance buildings, including St. Mary’s Church and the Great Mill. Take a stroll along the […]

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Discovering the Beauty of Poland: A Guide to the Must-See Attractions in Krakow

Poland is a country rich in beauty, wonder, and history, making it the perfect destination for travelers seeking new adventures. The city of Krakow is a prime example of this, with a plethora of must-see attractions that offer a glimpse into the country’s rich heritage. From the iconic Wawel Castle to the serene Royal Łazienki Park, Krakow has something for everyone. One must-visit attraction in Krakow is the Cloth Hall, a stunning example of Gothic architecture that dates back to the 13th century. St. Mary’s Basilica is another breathtaking landmark, showcasing the country’s brick Gothic architecture and standing as one of the largest brick churches in the world. For those […]

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7 Things You Can Strike Off Your Bucket List by Visiting Poland

Poland is the perfect Eastern European destination. Cheap flights there and a low cost of living means that for many people, spending a long weekend here is probably cheaper than it would have been at home! There are also cool vacation rentals, which means a place to stay is not a huge problem. However, you’re on holiday, so you don’t want to do the same things that you could at home, right? In this article, we’ll take a look at 7 things you can strike off your bucket list by visiting Poland. If you do even just one of these activities, you’ll make unforgettable memories of your trip to this […]

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All Saints’ Day in Poland | How Poles Celebrate the 1st of November

If you decide to visit any cemetery in Poland at the beginning of November, you will surely be taken aback by seeing that it is fully lit with thousands of candles and decorated with tons of flowers of all kinds (but mostly the Chrysanthemums). This is all because of the All Saints’ Day, a Polish tradition during which Poles from all over the country travel to their home cities to visit the graves of their deceased relatives. In Poland, the celebration takes place under the name of Wszystkich Świętych, which literally means All Saints. It is also quite common to hear people refer to this day as Dzień Zmarłych or […]

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Summer in Warsaw | Things You Can Do Only in Summer

The weather in Poland tends to get extreme. +35 Celsius degrees in summer, minus 25 Celsius degrees in winter… sounds pretty normal and usual to any Polish person. Summer in Poland holds one great advantage for all travelers: the days are veeery long, which means more time to discover the wonders of the country during the daylight hours. Also, Polish cities tend to make the most of it and offer a great variety of attractions like open-air cinemas, breakfast markets, beach volleyball tournaments, etc. Of course, there are plenty of things you can do during the winter season in Poland as well (oh, my beloved skiing!), but there are tons […]

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A Drunk’s Brief History of Polish Vodka

“Just drink it,” my friend Rafal said, “it’s just water.” I took a sip from the water bottle and immediately spit it out. “Dude that’s not water, it’s vodka!” I exclaimed. “Well, technically, vodka does mean ‘small water’, so I wasn’t lying”, he quipped. Almost everyone who drinks vodka has a love-hate relationship with it; most of us will say we hate how much we love it. Vodka is responsible for a lot of Polish national pride, a good chunk of Poland’s export economy, and that annoying kid that lives down the street whose parents hate each other. But there’s more to love about vodka outside of the imaginary superpowers […]

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Fat Thursday in Poland – Tłusty Czwartek Tradition

Did you know how Polish people celebrate the last Thursday of February? They eat heaps of doughnuts! Yes, that’s true, Poles love their doughnuts 😉 It is not only a traditional Catholic Christian feast marking the last Thursday before Lent but is also associated with the celebration of Carnival! Fat Thursday is a literal translation of the name Tłusty Czwartek which can give you an outlook on how this day looks like 😉 People are getting out of their homes and work seeking for those delicious pączki. By the way, if you reading this while in Poland you also have to take part in the hunt 😉 When wandering around town, you will find […]

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Chocolate Railway Model in Warsaw

Pictures from Marcin Brzomiński. Do you love chocolate and travelling? We have the best mix of those two this coming month! Museum Station (Stacja Muzeum), in cooperation with the chocolate company E. Wedel, prepared for visitors a model railway – made almost totally out of chocolate! The creator is one of the most famous confectioners Janusz Profus! The mock-up was built with approx. 500 kg of chocolate and occupies an area of approx. 12 square meters. The total track length is approx. 30 meters. On the model, you can see mountains, forests, a railway tunnel, roundhouse workshop, crossovers, cars and more. The most important element of the model is a […]

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