Visiting Warsaw, Newly Rebuilt Capital of Poland

If there is one thing to admire about Warsaw, it is its tenacity to rebuild again and again after 98% of the city was destroyed during World War 2. The Germans had made it an objective to clean the whole city to the ground and not leave a single wall standing, piling the debris in a pyramid of ruins in the middle of the house to humiliate and punish the Varsovians for their uprising. And even under the Soviet rule and against communist philosophy, locals insisted to rebuild the old town exactly how it was historically, a massive project that is still ongoing over 80 years after the end of the war. Very inspiring to me… In This Article…1 Rebuilding a Capital after 98% was destroyed post WW22 Best 2 Days Itinerary in Warsaw3 Top 10 Things to do in Warsaw4 Top Rated and Recommended Cafes in Warsaw5 […]

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Visiting Krakow, the Most Beautiful City in Poland

For some reason, cities that have gone through traumatic experiences and intense stress will tend to rebuild in a more creative and imaginative way, resulting in a “special city”. Think about cities like Athens or Istanbul who have had their share of invasion through the past 3000 years. Or more recently how Berlin has become a center for subculture after all it went through during the cold war. Krakow is part of this victim group, and after all the horrific events it lived during world war 2 with the Nazi camps and massive destruction, it is now flourishing in a very interesting and special way. In This Article…1 The Magical Reborn Krakow Jewish Quarter2 Best 2 Days Itinerary in Krakow3 Top 10 Things to do in Krakow4 Top Rated and Recommended Cafes in Krakow5 Top Rated and Recommended Restaurants in Krakow6 Krakow In Pictures7 Pin to Pinterest The […]

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4 Days in Wroclaw, Rising Star of Poland’s Tourism

Just 10 years back we would hardly hear about this south-western polish city. Now it has a booming tourist industry that brings millions of visitors every year to see its beautiful Gothic and Baroque style old town, one of the best preserved in the country. This year I decided to see by myself what the hype is all about and if its worth a visit. In This Article…1 A City Built on Bohemian, Austrian and Prussian Traditions2 Best 2 Days Itinerary in Wrocław3 Top 10 Things to do in Wrocław4 Top Rated and Recommended Cafes in Wrocław5 Top Rated and Recommended Restaurants in Wrocław6 Wrocław In Pictures7 Pin to Pinterest8 A City Built on Bohemian, Austrian and Prussian Traditions Now that I’ve been to all the biggest cities of Poland, I can finally compare them between each other and decide which is my favorite. And my favorite is without a doubt […]

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Dedicating a Few Days to Lodz in Poland

Not the typical city that will appear on travelers radar, Lodz is still worth a visit on an itinerary as its central location makes it logistically easy to include while traveling from Wroclaw to Warsaw or on the way north towards Gdansk. It doesn’t pack a lot to see compared to other polish cities, but I can expect its popularity will continue growing in the next few years. In This Article…1 The “One Street” City of Poland2 Best 2 Days Itinerary in Łódź3 Top 10 Things to do in Łódź4 Top Rated and Recommended Cafes in Łódź5 Top Rated and Recommended Restaurants in Łódź6 Łódź In Pictures7 Pin to Pinterest The “One Street” City of Poland As local people like to joke about it, if you get even one street away from Piotrkowska Street you are out of bounds. That is actually very close to the truth as Piotrkowska is definitely the highlight of […]

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Gdansk: Polish Jewel of the Baltics

The last piece of the puzzle in this year’s quest to travel all the Baltic coast, from Tallin to Poland passing by Kaliningrad. And what a way to finish this trip in Gdansk, one of the Jewel of Poland and the Baltic Coast. I’ve been waiting to come to Gdansk for years but wanted to do so on the perfect time during summer months as the weather is critical for me to enjoy in this part of Europe.  In This Article…1 Poland’s Most Beautiful Old Town2 Outside the Old Town of Gdansk3 Best 2 Days Itinerary4 Top 10 Things to do in Gdansk5 Top Rated and Recommended Cafes in Gdansk6 Top Rated and Recommended Restaurants in Gdansk7 Gdansk In Pictures8 Pin to Pinterest Poland’s Most Beautiful Old Town Gdansk is beautiful! I can’t believe it took me so long to come here, even after visiting […]

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