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Fokarium in Hel

I must admit that it sounds weird to ask for two tickets to Hel. But Polish Hel (both the town and the peninsula) is, believe me, quite a charming place: […]

Greetings from Gdansk!

We always feel at home in Poland. The people are friendly, the food is delicious and there’s so much to do and see. And yes, we are back! After Krakow, […]

Bye-bye Jelenia Gora and Poland

This was the view from our window during the month of August; so calm and peaceful… I will miss this lovely little town! Its unusual wooden balconies… Some interesting details […]

The Church of Peace in Jawor

A few years ago, my boyfriend and I visited the church of peace in Świdnica. We booked the visit in advance, we arrived at the appointed time and our guide, a friendly […]

Bolesławiec – Ceramics City

Bolesławiec in Lower Silesia is one of those towns that has a lot to offer but that is not on the tourist radar. They call it Ceramics City because of its […]

The Książ Castle

As I already told you, there are many castles in this region of Poland. Actually, Lower Silesia (i.e. southwestern Poland, bordering Germany and the Czech Republic) boasts one of the highest concentrations […]

Bye-bye Poznan

After two months, it’s time to say goodbye to this fascinating town. On this occasion, I’ve selected a few pics for you… Stary rynek (the old market) with its gorgeous […]

A visit to the small zoo in Poznan

There is a small zoo in Poznan which is free of charge. This is a type of pigeon. I hate pigeons but this one was special. There were several types […]

University of Wrocław

Poland is home to all sorts of amazing buildings. The University of Wrocław is just one of them. The University has a rich history of more than three centuries. Founded […]