Travel Blogs from Poland

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Sun...!, Warsaw, Poland travel blog


A travel blog entry by bigbenn


... best country I have ever been to as far as value for money. Generally all the cheap countries are dirty and grubby, but in Poland is cheap, but wonderfully modern and clean - a first-world country at third-world prices. We also hardly saw any drunks or ...

Salt Mines, Wieliczka, Poland travel blog

Salt Mines

A travel blog entry by binni

Got into Krakow from Prague on the night train at about 0650...headed straight for the hostel and we (Harry, Nuria and I) were uber grateful to discover had our beds already prepared for us and we hit them straight away. After out little morning nap, ...

I'm full of Polish Sausage and Pierogi, Krakow, Poland travel blog

I'm full of Polish Sausage and Pierogi

A travel blog entry by herechickey


This is our 2nd day in Krakow and we have fallen in love with this city. The people here drive a bit crazy,I have had many near death experiences! Makes life intersting!!! The food is the soups. WE went to Auschwitz on Monday. Walked ...

The land of missing vowels, Warsaw, Poland travel blog

The land of missing vowels

A travel blog entry by peteindira


... along the way.  Today we set of for our next destination Gdansk, a name that I still have trouble pronouncing. P.S. Dear Poland,         A vowel would be helpful, thank you.            ...

Krakow, Krakow, Poland travel blog


A travel blog entry by tomshearer

... we went into the town for breakfast which ended up costing the equivalent of about 80p! The price of food and drink in Poland really is fantastic (lunch only cost about 2 pounds). Before lunch we went to visit Krakow's castle and cathedral which are ...

Krakow, Krakow, Poland travel blog


A travel blog entry by danwstephens


I headed into Krakow today to catch up with my old friends from my exchange program at Jagiellonian University. It's amazing how contagious Krakow is. An significant number of the international students that I studied with basically liked it so much ...

Krakow, Krakow, Poland travel blog


A travel blog entry by tagmoore


... 18th century until some clever diplomacy put it back on the map after World War 1. Krakow was always a very important city, while Poland basically didn't exist it was the one place that had enough autonomy so that people could speak Polish and feel safe ...

Crumbling Palace, Ujazd, Poland travel blog

Crumbling Palace

A travel blog entry by rachelkw


You come over a rise to be met by the ruins of Ujazd. This huge palace was built around 400 years ago and it spreads over a couple of acres. Made of the local stone, it had five storeys, several wings and a large, round, end tower, with the well at the ...

Travel Break: Oct. 29-Oct.30, Krakow, Poland travel blog

Travel Break: Oct. 29-Oct.30

A travel blog entry by samserpico

... know if i mentioned this but Poland and Prague do not use the euro. Maybe I did say this, but either way, One Euro in poland is worth about 3 zlotys.)      Around 9am, we walk back outside where we are greeted by the sun and a ...

Gdansk and Malbork, Gdansk, Poland travel blog

Gdansk and Malbork

A travel blog entry by kscottho


... weather was chilly but sunny. The cruise was amazing. What baffled me was that we briefly stopped on Westerplate, which was Poland, and consequently the rest of the world first encountered fighting with the Nazi's. It's a strange feeling to be standing ...

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