As the curtain falls on 2022, TFN’s Alex Webber takes a personal look back at his travel highlights of the year…
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.
Holidaymakers in Sopot were alerted to the girl’s absence when members of the seaside resort’s Water Rescue team appeared and began scouring the shore.
VIDEO: Lasting around 10 mins each and set to lively house-style music, the videos use a mixture of drone and handheld footage to take viewers on a virtual tour of the places he has visited.
Whether it be lavish tented luxury, historic old towns, moody eccentric palaces, wild untamed forests or cool seaside vibes, Poland has them all.
Initially seen as being an eyesore and hinderance to beach-goers when work began in April, the pipe which is being used to extract silt from the seabed has now become a welcome place to rest, pose for selfies and party.
On the anniversary of the sinking of the Titanic, Alex Webber looks back at the fate of the Polish families and travellers who were on board when the ship hit an iceberg and sank on this day 109 years ago.
The energy that initially seduced me is still there, and if anything has grown all the stronger. Manifesting itself in a raft of top eateries and alternative hangouts, these have been ably complimented by a slew of modern attractions that range from the compelling Emigration Museum to a funicular cable car with vertiginous views of all that’s around.
Channelling Poland’s rich tradition of graphic art, the works have now helped Gdynia’s copious but often unsung charms reach an entirely new audience and, in the process, boosted the city’s standing as something of a crucible of creativity.
Grzegorz Lewandowski becomes only the 200th Polish artist to be recognised by the International Federation of Photographic Art FIAP in its 70 year history after he was awarded the title of Excellence FIAP “for his efforts, work and technique in the domain of photographic art and in recognition for the eminent services he has rendered”.