Discover Poland's Tri-City

Discover Poland’s Tri-City

It’s hard to talk about Northern Poland without mentioning the Tri-City. Stretching along the Baltic Sea coastline near the mouth of River Vistula, the Tri-City is in fact a large metropolitan area consisting of three distinct cities: Gdansk, in the east, Sopot, the smallest, in the middle and Gdynia in the west. The distance between this cities is quite negligible and good train and road connections make it easy to travel from one to another. As for the cities themselves, they all have th... [ 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 ]

One Week of Baltic Travel

One Week of Baltic Travel

If you only have one week in Poland, you might wish to maximize your time in the country by visiting the worthy places. The highlights of Poland include lots of culture, historic towns and beaches. You may want to check out the Baltic coast such as Gdansk and Sopot. The other historic places are Poznan and Wroclaw. Everybody who has been to Poland will tell you to see Krakow and Warsaw, well, they are indeed must see places to include in your itinerary. The best way to arrive is by flight to ... [ read more ]