Buried in the depths of Białowieża, the magical world of Carska is not unlike waking up trapped in the pages of a novel by Tolstoy – and who doesn’t want that?
The multi-million złoty restoration will also ensure the station is fit for the modern age.
The new look around the city’s station will bring green spaces, re-worked historical buildings and a greater emphasis on pedestrians and bikers.
Award winning station in north-west Poland praised for its “forward thinking design”.
The designers said they wanted to evoke the surrounding region of Podhale, which is sometimes called the “Polish highlands” – from its natural landscape to traditional wooden architecture.
Walking amid the random assembly of items, one gets the sense of a museum born of a different time; frankly, it feels all the better for it. And alongside the old railway tracks there’s one of the coolest places to hang out, Nocny Market.