Having fun in Wroclaw

Having fun in Wroclaw

The one thousand years old Wroclaw is one of those Polish cities that you absolutely have to visit. Wroclaw is the place of fun and it is visited by many tourists and business travelers. Many exhibitions and conferences are taking place here all year round. There you won’t find only beautiful architecture World Heritage sites and stunning views, but it is a lively and fun destination having a typical local atmosphere with nice people, great food, jazz clubs, vibrant night-life, conce... [ read more ]

The population of tiny dwarfs in Wroclaw

The population of tiny dwarfs in Wroclaw

Wroclaw in one of those Polish cities that you absolutely have to visit. It is the historical capital of Silesia, an important cultural and scientific center. It is a beloved destination for tourists and business travelers. Wroclaw has many tourist attractions, but today we would like to present the population of tiny dwarfs in Wroclaw. The dwarfs took Wroclaw since 2003, when the Mayor of Wrocław opened an extra room in the Jas house: the Dwarf Museum, which has a miniature sign boar... [ read more ]

Wroclaw as the city of bridges

Wroclaw as the city of bridges

Wroclaw is located in Poland, on both sides of the middle Oder. The city has five rivers: the Oder and four small rivers that flows into the Oder: Bystrzyca, Oława, Ślęza i Widawa. It is the historical capital of Silesia, the fourth largest city in Poland and one of the oldest ones. With its 12 islands and hundreds of bridges it is also called “Lower Silesian Venice” or the “city of bridges”. Before the second World War the town had 303 bridges, but today has 112 main bridges a... [ read more ]

The Holy Trinity Church or the Chapel of the Royal Castle in Lublin

The Holy Trinity Church or the Chapel of the Royal Castle in Lublin

The Holy Trinity Church is located in the courtyard of the Royal Castle in Lublin and it is part of the Castle Museum. It was probably built before 1327. The frescoes from the beginning of the 15th century that can be seen in the chapel of the Castle are real rarities. The 14th century single-nave chapel was decorated with murals to the request of Wladyslaw II Jagiello, also known as King Ladislaus II Jagiello. The frescoes were made by the Russian Andrzej master.   The ... [ read more ]

Tourist attractions in Lublin

Tourist attractions in Lublin

Lublin is one of the ten biggest cities in Poland. The first way of arriving tourists often leads to the beautiful old town through the Krakow Gate. The Old Town of Lublin is not typical. The narrow, curving streets, tall stone houses, irregularly shaped town square are result of the renaissance architectural style of that period. Lublin is very clean, not only in the Old Town area, but the entire city. We would like to present you the most important tourist attractions in Lublin. &... [ read more ]

The Royal Castle of Lublin

The Royal Castle of Lublin

Lublin is the biggest city in eastern Poland, the capital of the Lublin voivodship and the ninth largest city in the coutry. Although attracts fewer visitors than Krakow or Warsaw, Lublin is a charming city with many architectural buildings and beautiful tourist attractions. If you consider visiting Poland, we recomand you this marvelous city. We would like to present you one of the most beautiful tourist attractions of the city: the Royal Castle of Lublin.     ... [ read more ]

Top 5 Tourist Attractions in Poznan

Top 5 Tourist Attractions in Poznan

Poznan is one of the largest cities in Poland and has a charming atmosphere, combining history with modernity. There is no reason to get bored in the city of Poznan in Poland. Start with mandatory attractions to see, move then to the imposing buildings and museums, participate in several rounds, practice outdoor activities and make your way beyond the beaten track to discover hidden gems eyes of many. Take time just to get your breath. We would like to give you a hand by presenting the... [ read more ]

The City of Poznan - the Place where History Meets Modernity

The City of Poznan – the Place where History Meets Modernity

The city of Poznan is situated on the Warta River and is one of the oldest cities of the Medieval Polish State. Poznan is a city with a surprising diversity of architectural styles of churches, houses, museums. The city of Poznan is an important economic, academic and cultural center where history meets modernity. Polish rulers first settled here, while today is a vibrant metropolis modern city, a perfect place for culture, and for business and entertainment. The city has gained fame due ... [ read more ]