Hel Peninsula in Poland

Hel Peninsula in Poland

Of 34 Kilometers, Hel was the center of the herring trade in the 12th century. The Hel city at the tip of the Hel Peninsula leads you to Pucka Bay and Baltic Sea which are on both its sides. This place has beautiful beaches, where you can rest your toes in soft sands that feels like silk and you can run along the shores where pretty resorts are intermittently located. Many authors, artists, rich professionals come here for a short getaway between the times of WWI and WWII. Jurata has many va... [ read more ]

Kashubia

Kashubia

The biggest city in Kashubia is Gdansk. With about 300,000 people of the Kashubian ethnicity in Poland, their old Kashubian culture survived partially due to its folk crafts like pottery, embroidery, sculpturing, plaiting, amber-working and glasspainting. Visiting Kashubia, you will find that their traditional Kashubian wooden houses particularly in the Kashubian Ethnographic Park. This is an open-air museum which is one of the oldest and with an old village of the Kashubian fishermen. It wa... [ read more ]