Most Recent Poland Blog Posts
Read my interview with Mayer Hersh, a Polish Jew who survived nine concentration camps in World War II including the most infamous of them all - Auschwitz.
After being inspired by a fellow travel blogger, I made a list of the places I hope to visit in 2019.
This week me and James discuss Steven Bartlett’s claim that university is a scam, my recent trip to Gdansk, Poland and debate whether success is down to luck or hard work.
I went on a "blogging retreat" to Krakow in February - but was it worth it? Here's what I learned.
Krakow is host to a hive of activity, amazing food and sights of real historic significance. Find the best places to hit in the Polish city with this quick travel guide!
Warsaw is Poland's lively, cosmopolitan capital. Find out what you can do there with this quick travel guide!
As Poland's underrated gem, Wroclaw has a lot going for it. Find out why you should go and what to do in western Poland's biggest city.
With only 100 days until Christmas, here's why you should book flights to Wroclaw for a festive getaway.
You can find out more about the city, see what we did and find out what you could be getting up to by watching my 180 seconds in Warsaw, Poland
From Helsinki’s humourous tourist welcoming to an 80-year-old flight attendant still in service, here is a round-up of the world wide web’s most interesting travel news.
Everyone at some stage will have a bad travel experience. Although not extreme, I had one when I went to Krakow earlier in 2015, when I was accused for stealing drinks from a sports bar.
Auschwitz is one of the most fascinating places on Earth. It was also the final resting place of an estimated 1,500,000 people during the Holocaust, but it should be a place on your bucket list if you haven't been there already.
I love going to different places, but I always make sure to check out their footballing pedigree, and whether or not they have a football stadium nearby.
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Poland is a country in central Europe and is a major cultural and economic hub on the continent, with several large cities contributing to status.
It was a key battleground in World War II while under German and one of the war’s worst affected nations. It was home to 12 concentration camps during wartime, including the infamous Auschwitz complex, which is now a major tourist attraction for the country and remains a poignant reminder of one of humanity’s darkest eras.
Bordered by seven countries, Poland is a member of the European Union, gaining membership in 2004 which signalled a new chapter in the country’s storied history.
Did you know?
Kraków was the capital city of Poland from 1038 to 1596, before that title moved to Warsaw, predominantly for geographical reasons.
The Polish constitution of 1791 was the first written national constitution in Europe, and second in the world after the United States of America’s 15 years earlier.
Poland borders seven countries – Germany, Lithuania, Slovakia, Belarus, Ukraine Czech Republic and Russia.
Strictly speaking, Poland is not in eastern Europe. It’s actually in central Europe.
The Polish alphabet consists of 32 letters.