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Tuesday, September 29, 2020
Planning to visit Krakow? You'll find so much history, great food, markets, beautiful art and architecture. Things that are must sees, the Wawel Castle and Cathedrals in Krakow.
Steeped in rich and turbulent history, Wroclaw is one of the oldest and most beautiful cities in Poland. Have fun on the over one hundred bridges and be sure to check out the lock bridge.

Funky Gdansk

Most of the buildings that you will find in Old Town were reconstructed after WWII and contain late Gothic, baroque, and Dutch architectural designs. If you have visited parts of Southern German or Dutch towns you might see similarities with the pictures below. During your trip to Gdansk, I would suggest trying to photograph The City Hall,...
Tatra Mountains create a border between Poland and Slovakia and boast the highest range in the Carpathian Mountains that arc through Eastern and Central Europe. There are two Nationals parks, one for Poland and the other for Slovakia, however, the Slovakian side...
Krakow is one of the oldest cities in Poland and entered the European Capital of Culture in 2000 and approved as an UNESCO City of Literature in 2013. Throughout the city you can find various monuments and statues that pay homage to the rich history of Krakow.
All Saints’ Day (Dzień Wszystkich Świętych) and All Souls’ Day (Dzień Zaduszny, or Dzień Wszystkich Zmarłych) respectively are November 1st and 2nd. Dedicated to prayer and paying tribute to the deceased by visiting their graves. November 1st is a bank holiday. Only public transportation and emergency workers work.
Stone Mushrooms or Szczeliniec Wielki are located in The Table Mountains which are full of unusually shaped rocks that have a similar appearance to mushrooms. You can get to the Stone Mushrooms in the right season by bus or shared taxi. There is a small fee to enter and plenty of cafes to enjoy a treat...




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