• by: The Twisted Red LadyBug

    (...) Krakow is one of the most visited cities in Poland, yet not many know that only a stone throw away from the city you can have one - day trips that can totally blow your mind, recharge your batteries and make you thirst for more (...)

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  • By Polish Origins

    The communism years in Poland, 1945 - 1989, and everyday life in that period, is hard to imagine today, but we will try to immerse you in the reality of that time. We would like to invite you to Nowa Huta, the district of Kraków, built in the 1950’s as an example of an ideal communist town, was designed for workers of Vladimir Lenin Steelworks, the biggest steelworks in communist Poland.

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  • By Mariella @bridgekeepingtraveller.com I guess we all have countries which make us feel at home more than others. My parents, for example, love Greece, and they feel imbalanced when they don’t go every year. Most people get that. Greece has beaches, and islands, and ouzo, and lots of pretty old ruins. When I speak about Poland with that same affection, people just give me disbelieving looks.

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  • By Mariella @bridgekeepingtraveller.com

    My self-imposed focus when it comes to travel and thus, to writing (since most of the time one means the other for me) is Eastern Europe. How that came about is a long story. But one part in it is certain: that it all starts – and possibly ends – with Poland.

     

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  • By Charlie @charlieontravel.com

    If you ask someone whose never been to Poland what it’s like, they’ll tell you it’s all industrial and drab. And sure, in certain areas it is, but for the most part Poland is beautiful.

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  • by Sydney @Travel-Junkies.com

    The Tale of the Krakow Dragon Smok We were in Krakow, Poland where a dragon once lived. Here is the tale of the Krakow dragon named Smok. Once there lived a really nice King called King Krak.  He had a daughter that was very nice too.  The villagers loved him.  One day an evil dragon […]

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