Originally opened in 1911, Café Berg was where locals would flock to drink beer, coffee and goat’s milk whilst enjoying concerts and views gazing down on gondoliers in the summer and ice skaters in the winter.
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.
TFN’s John Beauchamp explores the intriguing family connections between The Duke of Edinburgh and Poland.
The Zeppelin Staaken took off from Breslau on On 4 August 1919, but never arrived at its destination of Kamieniec Podolski in Ukraine. Now researchers say they have found it in a forest near Raciborz, southwest Poland.
The project ‘Looking at Breslau from Under the Plaster’, aims to collate and systemize the pre-war shop signs, advertising and other street graphics and place them on a map that locals and tourists can use to explore and discover the city from a different perspective.