An island in a sea of forest, and boasting a history swathed in an imperial cloak, the village of Białowieża is an unmissable attraction.
Przemyśl trundles towards UNESCO world heritage list after fortress and old town get special historical status.
Workshops, tours and exhibitions are among the attractions of the "Admission-free November at Royal Residences" campaign, which will last from November 2 to 30.
With over 1 million graves, covering over 100 acres and dating back to 1790, Powązki cemetery is one of the oldest and noblest in Warsaw. TFN’s Jacek Borowski takes a look at some of the great and the good buried within its wall and the stories they have left behind.
According to the green-fingered organisers: “Scythe cutting is growing in popularity because lawn mowers make a lot of noise and release a lot of fumes. It is unpleasant to push a lawn mower around, but scythe cutting is a beautiful thing with an interesting history.”
TFN delves into the story of a ghostly car cemetery and the mysterious man behind it.
Mr Włodek can hit the market again with a new van and new books thanks to public donations.
The Freedom Mound in Poznań has been refurbished to mark Poland's centenary of regaining independence. The structure is planned to be re-opened on November 11.
From swanky food to chilling museums, Warsaw has much to keep the visitor satisfied.
Villagers set about transforming the little concrete bus stop by adding a table, chairs, artwork and a traditional cuckoo clock. At Easter they cover it in festive decorations and at Christmas they add a Christmas tree.