Collected by J L
Rynek 16/17, 50-101 Wrocław, Poland
I’d never heard of the city before until looking through the Poland guidebook. It sounded lovely but it exceeded all expectations. Not overrun by tourists, and full of beautiful and historic buildings, classic town squares, river islands, and...
plac Uniwersytecki 1, 50-137 Wrocław, Poland
After walking carefully around the room looking at all the portraits that frame the windows, I sat still for quite awhile studying the ceiling above. I kept thinking that if I were a student and had to sit through lectures in this hall, I would...
Łazienki Królewskie, al. Ujazdowskie, 00-001 Warszawa, Poland
Chopin concerts are a summer tradition at Royal Lazienki Park in Warsaw. Great pianists have performed beneath the Polish composer's monument every year since 1953 (Christina Biørkøe is featured in the photo). The performances run from May through...
Rynek 50, 50-996 Wrocław, Poland
One of the many gems within the gem of Wroclaw is the Town Hall. One thing about being a little off the beaten track is that it’s harder to get English language tours and brochures. So I don’t really know much of the history, but it was a treat...
Wawel 5, 31-001 Kraków, Poland
Even though the country's monarchy has long been consigned to the history books, Wawel Hill remains the spiritual heart of Poland. The 14th-century castle still stands in Krakow, now as home to one of Poland's most prominent art collections. The...
The Tatra Mountains are awe-inspiring and full of opportunities for adventure! Trails, cliffs, valleys, lakes...so much to explore. This rainy summer day in Poland showed me spectacular views of the cloudy valleys before the gleaming afternoon...
82-300 Elblag, Poland
The Elblag canal connects hanseatic city of Elblag with Ostroda and several lakes. The most interesting part of trip takes some 4 hours and during that time you can excperience unique ride with a ship on a rail over some small hills! Experience...
090 01 Kapišová, Slovakia
In the spring while in Presov, we decided to rent a car and go discover a bit of the country. The goal was to visit several of the old wooden churches and then make our way up to Dukla, on the border with Poland. While trying to find our way, we...
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