Finding Wrocław listed on TripAdvisor as an Emerging Destinations, Webber says the inclusion of one of his favourite city’s in Poland is ludicrous. “Under-the-radar? Only if you’ve spent the last two decades in a Kentucky jail,” he scoffs.
The project, which beat off competition from over 75 other international nominees including Axel Springer’s Berlin campus, Le Monde’s Paris HQ and the Summers Office Building in Buenos Aires, was chosen after nearly 200,000 votes were cast in a public poll organized by prestigious platform ArchDaily.
Noting the cities’ strong performance, fDi Intelligence wrote that “Poland certainly appears to be punching above its weight.” It added: “Poland is upholding its reputation of having a well-educated workforce, coupled with good cost effectiveness.”
Listed on Airbnb as a 1-room accommodation with private bathroom, the listing says: “Recommended especially for people with a good sleeping bag, no back problems and no more than 170 cm tall.”
The social-fridges are usually identified as ‘Jadłodzielnia’, which translates to food sharing, and have now spread across the country.
VIDEO: The black and white video shows the mother pacing around her enclosure before the little ball of fur pops out and immediately wants some TLC.
The first of its kind in Poland, the pop up hotels are aimed at those who want to experience Poland’s undiscovered areas of natural beauty, far away from traditional tourist hotspots. And as they are mobile, they can circumvent pandemic rules.
Dr. Tomasz Figarski, who is a specialist at the Forest Management and Geodesy Office, has joined the ‘Leaves aren’t Rubbish’ campaign, pointing out that fallen leaves have multiple environmental benefits.
TFN’s John Beauchamp explores the intriguing family connections between The Duke of Edinburgh and Poland.
Offering “a safe investment” with “guaranteed returns”, the market for micro-apartments has proven resilient in the face of covid.