Useful Polish Phrases for Travel

Useful Polish Phrases for Travel

‘Tak’ is the Polish ‘yes’, to express ‘no’ you say ‘nie’, pronounced as ‘nyeh’. The Polish said ‘OK’ by saying ‘Dobrze’. Beyond the yes and no, we may want to ask some simple questions when the time and opportunity arise. For example, if you want to ask ‘What’ you say ‘Co’, to ask ‘Where’ you can say ‘Gdzie’ or ‘guh’. To ask ‘when’, you can ask ‘Kiedy’ and this is pronounced as ‘key yeh dey’. Why and how, so for ‘who’ you say ... [ read more ]

Un-Earthing Experiences in Poland

Un-Earthing Experiences in Poland

Challenging yet amazing, is such an enjoyment that the underground routes has to offer. See both the conservation and learn about the historical facts through a unique underground tour and uncover the mystery. More than 70 such routes from caves, underground stores, middle-age dungeons, old mines, under the old towns, bunkers to post-military areas and objects, they all had different scent of secrets and their own stories to tell. Old unique tales, some thoughts of the legendary rulers as well... [ read more ]