Whether it be lavish tented luxury, historic old towns, moody eccentric palaces, wild untamed forests or cool seaside vibes, Poland has them all.
With between 50 to 70 cars being used on the grounds of the city’s largest cemetery every day, the International ‘Last Mile’ project hopes to reduce disruption to other visitors.
The permanent exhibition at Gdansk's European Solidarity Centre has become one of the winners of the European Heritage Awards/Europa Nostra 2021.
Set between the city centre and the leafy suburb of Oliwa, till now Wrzeszcz has possibly been better-known as the childhood home of Nobel prize-winning author Günter Grass. However, its patchwork of architectural styles also offer a telling glimpse into the chronology of the city.
GALLERY: The birds-eye view into the past is available through the desktop version of Google Earth, with maps of Warsaw from 1935 as well as Gdańsk and Wrocław from 1943.
The internationally acclaimed singer spent her formative years in Gdańsk where she finished both secondary and high school before graduating from the city’s Faculty of Biology at the Teacher Training College and studying at the ‘Song Studio of Polish Radio and Television’.
Appearing in Polish for the first time since its publication nearly 90 years ago, ‘Rowerem przez II RP’, ‘Pedalling Poland’ is filled with countless anecdotes, photos and personal observations of author Bernard Newman’s 3,000km journey from Gdańsk to Kraków.
Each home is insulated and fitted with radiators and a thermostat, enabling year-round use of the house, promoted as a great alternative to the traditional summer house.
Ninety residents of a homeless shelter in Poland's northern city of Gdańsk, out of a total of 100, have been infected with the Covid-19 virus together with seven staff members.
The Polish cities of Gdańsk, Kraków, Rzeszów and Warsaw are among a group of 16 cities which have qualified for the European Green Capital Award 2023.