The history of Wroclaw

The history of Wroclaw

Wroclaw is the fourth largest town in the country in terms of population and history. It is an artistic and decorative city at the intersection of two routes: the Via Regia and the Amber Rout. Wroclaw had excellent conditions for development. The city was first mention in a written document in 1000. The Slezans were the owners of the settlement of the island of Ostrow Tumski at least from the 6th century. We would like to present you the history of Wroclaw. Poland was a milit... [ 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 ]

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 ]

Tarnów, the beautiful old town with the warmest climate in Poland

Tarnów, the beautiful old town with the warmest climate in Poland

The city of Tarnów is a great place to visit. It is a beautiful old town with the warmest climate in Poland and stunning architectural buildings. The city of Tarnów lies on the south-eastern part of Poland and has 115 thousand inhabitants. It is an important road and rail junction and a popular cultural and tourist center. We would like to present you the most important buildings in the city that worth visiting. We will give you some details about the hotels and the weather in the town o... [ read more ]

Zakopane Sights and Things to do

Zakopane Sights and Things to do

If you like the mysterious atmospheres of cemetery, in Poland, Cmentarz Zasluzonych na Peksowym Brzyzku is a cemetery that is definitely worth visiting. There is something for everyone, for example, active goers would surely enjoy rafting down the Dunajec River. Whether you are coming from the north or the south, Zakopane has well connections by flight or by trains to Prague, Vienna, Budapest, Eger and Miskolc, Slovak Paradise, Tatras and Tatraladia. That makes it easy to access, treating Za... [ read more ]

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 ]

The Bledow Desert in Poland

The Bledow Desert in Poland

There is an area of 32 square kilometers of sands in the Bledow Desert in Poland. It can also be found in the Klucze village. It is in the Silesian Highlands in the Silesian Voivodeship. Despite only 32 square kilometers, it is still the largest in Central Europe. All thanks to the melting glacier thousands of years ago. From the Middle Ages, 40 meters thick of sand layer, nowadays, there are even occurrence of mirages. Silesian Culture and Recreation Park In this large park of up to 620 h... [ read more ]

Skałka and what to see

Skałka and what to see

Want to see the gorgeous riverside sanctuary of Poland? Then you must go to Skałka, Kościół Paulinów, Pauline Church. This is one of the most important religious sites in Krakow. Historically, the King Boleslaw the Bold accused Stanislaw Szczepanski and had him beheaded. The reason was of treason but the king’s family was sort of under a curse and they tried to appease the spirit. Pauline Church was built and the royal family made regular pilgrimages at the church to atone for the mur... [ read more ]

Artistic Poles that Ever Lived

Artistic Poles that Ever Lived

Wonderful culture in theater, writing and music is what Poland is well endowed with. The Poles could have been thorn emotionally with their national struggles, the Second World War and the Holocaust. One hundred and fifty years had passed but the haunting feeling still remains. Literary Tradition of Poland The major Polish literature was in Latin and it was so until the early 18th century. One of the greatest poet is Czesław Miłosz who is also a prose writer as well as a translator. The cl... [ read more ]

The Polish Port City, Elblag

The Polish Port City, Elblag

Check out this medium-sized port city that is inhabited with only 126 thousand people. Elblag is in the Northern Poland belonging to the Warmińsko-Mazurskie voivodeship. The people here live on this city that lies on the Elblag River. This 14.5 kilometer river connects to Lake Druzno and the Vistula Lagoon. Infact, Lake Druzno is not deep to qualify as a lake. Jagielloński and Elblaski Channels as well as some other lakes are in vicinity. So if you like lakes and nature, this might be a go... [ read more ]