Tag: Poland

Monthly Recap: April 2017

They say April is the most foolish month of the year and it was certainly true for this April in terms of weather. It started with a sunny, warm weekend that reminded us more of summer than spring. But then two weeks later we had snowstorms. And April, of course, didn’t pass without us being…
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7 Cool Places Under The Ground In Eastern Europe

I remember a giant hall. The ceiling disappeared in the darkness. There were tiny lights and a huge blackness around us. We walked in silence and awe. Suddenly we came to a halt. We saw a deep ravine and a narrow bridge and we heard the sound of water but it was so deep down…
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Our Best Travel Moments Of 2016

It’s that time of the year again when everyone gets nostalgic and we are no different. To be honest, curling ourselves up on the couch while drinking hot tea, eating some chocolate and talking about ‘the good times’ is the only thing we want to do on a dark, chilly December day. Another year has…
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10 Amazing Photos From The Streets Of Krakow

It’s one of the toughest challenges for a city to enchant me when I’m in my winter coat – which means cold… that thing I can’t stand. Cold makes me grumpy and I find everything annoying when I’m cold. But I’ve fallen in love with Krakow in spite of the chilly and snowy weather during…
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5 Majestic Churches Not To Miss In Krakow

One of the most surprising things for us in Krakow was the vast number of huge and gorgeous churches in its relatively small Old Town. We love architecture and we admire beautiful churches anyway, but Krakow amazed us with some outstanding one! In this photo essay we are sharing our favorites in pictures and encourage…
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Crazy Spring Days In Krakow

We just couldn’t wait for the spring and for being outside after the dark, wet, chilly winter days, so of course we took advantage of the public holiday in Hungary in the middle of March. That’s how we ended up in Krakow, Poland for 4 days. The drive from Budapest to Krakow We could probably…
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