From the quirky to the divine, Tarnów in southeast Poland pretty much has it all.
Tenderly renovated and charmingly subdued, it’s not difficult to see why Piotrków Trybunalski’s Old Town vies with Łódź as one of the country’s most filmed cities: among others, Robin Williams worked here (Jakob the Liar) as too have heroes of Polish kino such as Agnieszka Holland (In Darkness) and the legendary Andrzej Wajda (Pan Tadeusz).
With over 150 major films shot in the streets of Łódż, it’s in these forgotten parts you breathe the air of Wajda, Polanski, Lynch and the fundamental spirit of cinematic Łódź. To walk these broken boulevards is akin to losing yourself in your own private film set: a moment of magic that few can forget.
Still operating, the Pleszew line has embraced the future by becoming a cultural centre.
A haven for writers and an ideal spot to find some respite, the SPA town of Nałęczów is beautifully located on the banks of Bystra River.
The number of trains carrying goods in Poland is increasing, Polish Infrastructure Minister Andrzej Adamczyk said on Friday, adding that railway companies were transporting fewer passengers during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Reputed to be the world’s largest “gallery” of outdoor murals, over sixty now decorate the once tomb-like blocks of Zaspa drawing tourists, TV crews and journalists from around the globe.
The first set of ATR220 Tr diesel trains produced by Pesa Bydgoszcz, based in northern Poland, have arrived in Sardinia. This is the first time that vehicles from the Bydgoszcz factory were delivered by sea, said Maciej Grzeskowiak, a company spokesman.
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.
Poland's largest manufacturer of nearly all types of railway vehicles, Pesa Bydgoszcz, has executed delivery of 72 Link multiple-unit trains to the German company Deutsche Bahn, the company has said in a press release.