With the final curtain drawn on 2021, TFN's Alex Webber takes a look at the year that awaits and those unmissable places that demand your attention.
Snuck away west of Leszno and with a population of just 14,000, ‘the greatest little town you’ve never heard of’ sits largely forgotten by the rest of the nation. And that’s good!
Whether it be lavish tented luxury, historic old towns, moody eccentric palaces, wild untamed forests or cool seaside vibes, Poland has them all.
Attracting a specific clientele defined not by their wealth or success, but rather their attitude to life, it is a place of openness, creativity and boundless good times.
From polar bear trails to revamped castles, Webber presents his top travel finds of 2020.
They used to call him the fat Hugh Grant, now they just call him fat. But that’s probably because of all the high (and low) end eateries he frequents during his travels around Poland. Anyway, without further ado, join TFN columnist Alex Webber as he takes you inside Webber’s World.
Not far from the town of Leszno, exploring the castle's many nooks and corners the sensation is of walking through a magical, dreamlike kingdom that’s not entirely of this world.