Cult travel portal Far & Wide praised Poland for its “natural beauty, incredible cities, interesting food and tons of history” in the ranking of 44 nations.
Celebrated as “the Queen of Polish Beaches”, its sands stretch for ten kilometres in all, often reaching 200 metres in width, the ‘land of 44 islands’ is blessed with an ample choice of unspoiled sands, sailing options, bunker trails, curious museums and rich abundance of environmental attractions and conservation zones. One needs not explore far to feel as though stepping on virgin territory.
Is Poland friendly for foreign families with children? How do you find out what’s going on in Poland and explore and travel through Poland if you don’t speak Polish? Where are the best places to travel with kids in Poland? We speak to Magda Piasecka from the @kids in the city project to find out more.
Edmee Mommeja bought 10-year-old camel Attika from a circus in March this year and is now walking to Mongolia so that her camel pal can live a peaceful life with other camels on the Mongolian steppes.
Poles, like every nation from the northern part of the continent, love the sun and tropics. But not everyone on vacation likes to lie lazily under palm trees. Dominik Skurzak, National Geographic photographer, has opened a tourist office, thanks to which travellers are changing the world for the better, actively helping local communities.
From next summer, Hungarian budget airline Wizz Air will launch 15 new destinations, from Gdansk (northern Poland), Krakow (southern Poland) and Warsaw, the carrier announced on Tuesday.
Based on real life stories, the fictional characters roam the planet immersing themselves in the lifestyle of fantasy travellers.
The car breaks down but it can be fixed again, and has so far got the two adventurers across Europe and Asia to Malaysia.
The most prestigious travel event in Poland, Kolosy awards real life action men and women from around the world for their incredible achievements.
From swanky food to chilling museums, Warsaw has much to keep the visitor satisfied.