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Krakow and Warsaw may be the cities that first come to mind when considering a visit to Poland, but don’t discount vibrant Poznań, a chaming city on the Warta River in western Poland. The capital of the country’s Wielkopolska region, Poznań offers a lot to see and do in the...Read more
Known as the historical capital of Greater Poland (Wielkopolska), Poznań is the county’s fifth largest city by population and one that offers a laidback blend of history, culture, urban greenspace, noteworthy architecture and a buzzing café and bar scene. While Krakow and Warsaw might get the bulk of travel attention...Read more
Safety Krakow still has a long way to go before you could consider it LGBTQ-friendly. Poland is a formerly communist country that missed out on the sexual revolution of the 60s and 70s; the Catholic Church has been a dominant voice on domestic policy for centuries, hence why same sex...Read more
Warsaw might have a tumultuous past and gritty exterior, but it won’t take long to be sucked in by the city’s many charms. Poland’s capital offers some of the best food in the country, bars and nightlife to rival any major European city, interesting museums, and beautiful parks and gardens....Read more