Bristling with security cameras and surrounded by a solid steel and marble fence with barbed wire, Sobieskiego 100 is just one of several buildings that is occupied by Russia following agreements signed between the People's Republic of Poland and the Soviet Union in the 1970s.
Just a PKP train ride away from major Polish cities, Gniezno is an ideal destination for a weekend filled with charming architecture, strolling among lush greenery, and a series of unexpected attractions.
Warsaw’s historic Hotel Europejski has reopened after a long period of renovation. For over a century, the hotel on Warsaw’s Royal Route, near the Old Town, has been a landmark on the city’s map – a gathering spot for diplomats, artists and businessmen. Now it is ready to welcome well-heeled travellers again.
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