MORE THAN A HOTEL. In the cinema or the factory. In the tree house or the bubble. In the tepee tent or the mill. Here are the most unusual hotels in Poland.
Do you want to celebrate your birthday in a special way? Or to impress your significant other? Discover some ideas for an extraordinary weekend in Poland.
Say bye-bye to the boring chain hotels! A unique hotel with a story and an atmospheric design will help to make your visit to Wroclaw genuinely memorable.
Are you looking for something spicy? Check out this blog post with my selection of unusual hotels in Wroclaw.
What would you like: light and color therapy in your room, a hotel on Wroclaw Island, a stylish computerized room with a transparent bathroom, vintage and tango atmosphere, or a night in a former granary?
Read on and get inspired.
To truly get to know Poland, you have to taste it. Here is a selection of Polish dishes that will surprise you: tripe soup flaki, sweet pasta with strawberry, fish jelly rybna galaretka and more.
Are you dreaming of seeing lavender fields reaching to the horizon and seducing you with its aroma? Now you can make your purple dream come true in Poland!
Poland has it’s own “La Provence” with lavender fields. Polish lavender plantations are unique places run by people with real passion and encouraging visitors to get out of the city, breathe, slow down and soothe beautiful and extremely aromatic lavender. If you are like me, a lavender lover, check out where in Poland you can admire it and which lavender fields are worth visiting.
Galeria Szyb Wilson, in Katowice, Poland, is an excellent example of how a postindustrial facility can become a cultural center. Come to the Szyb Wilson Gallery for contemporary art created by young artists in the postindustrial interiors of the former Wieczorek coal mine.
Discover why this place is a bright spot on a post-industrial tourism map of Poland in this blog post.
Do you want to go to a fairytale like place? The village of Zalipie is a unique place on the tourist map of Poland. It is a living open-air museum of unusual traditions and cottages painted in flowers. It is known in Poland as “the painted village”.
In this blog post, I tell how this village appeared, why everything is painted there, from wells and dog kennels to a fire station and a church, and how to get there.
Summer in Warsaw is something special. The city comes alive with outdoor festivals, parties, and events that attract
both locals and guests from around the world. Discover some unmissable upcoming music, art, theater, fashion, and food events in Warsaw and start filling your calendar!
Visiting Warsaw this summer and wondering what’s on the cultural agenda in this city? Or maybe you live in Warsaw and look for the events to make the most of your summer? Then this blog post is for you.
So, what Warsaw prepared for us this summer?
Exploring the city with a knowledgeable guide helps to get the taste of local life and visit off the beaten path places. In my quest to uncover Warsaw, I went on a tour Warsaw Behind the Scenes, and in this blog post, I will share how it went.
In short, it was half a day of fun and meaningful dive into Warsaw history and its present time. It’s definitely not an ordinary lecture-styled boring tour, but rather a city discovery in a company of a local friend who knows Warsaw inside out.
Are you planning a trip to Warsaw? Try out this list of fun things to do, unusual things to see, and alternative city tours in Warsaw. Whether visiting for a day, a weekend or a week, you should be able to use this city guide to plan your itinerary and have a memorable experience in the capital of Poland.
Warsaw is so much more than the Lazienki Park, the Old Town with its Market Square, and the Uprising Museum. This dynamically developing city with a troubled history hides many surprising attractions.
Read this blog post and uncover Warsaw’s secrets!
Warsaw has plenty of work-friendly cafes, and I enjoyed trying a different place every day when I was living in Warsaw.
Travelers, digital nomads, and new friends often ask me to advise some nice cafes to work from in Warsaw. So, I’ve decided to make a list of my favorite cafes and to share them on the blog.
In this list, you will find cafes with free WiFi, delicious coffee and food, and a pleasant ambiance. It also contains several free coworking spaces that provide an excellent environment for working productively.
So, here is where you can go to get the work done in Warsaw:
Sweet cat alert! Are you looking for an original place to meet a friend for a cup of coffee?
Or a place where you can come with your laptop and work in a nice ambiance? If that’s what you’re looking for, then you should come here - to a cat paradise, the Cat Café in Warsaw - Miau Cafe Warszawa.
Here is my review of this unusual cafe in Warsaw.
Raise your glass several floors up, lose yourself in the clouds, and indulge in the city's splendor...
Yes, Warsaw can be splendid!
It just depends on how you look at it.
If you enjoy observing the city from a bird’s eye and dancing on the roof under the stars, this blog post is for you. Here is the list of the best viewpoints, sky bars, rooftop bars and restaurants, and hotels with panoramic views in Warsaw.