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Things to do in: Warsaw

Things to do in: Warsaw

Poland’s capital and largest city is a fascinating place for a city break or longer stay, depending on your travel schedule. Filled with museums that capture the city’s tumultuous past, as well as unique neighbourhoods each with their own distinct personality, Warsaw is a haven for culture and history. But...
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The complete guide to: Warsaw travel

The complete guide to: Warsaw travel

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....
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24 hours in: Warsaw

24 hours in: Warsaw

Even if you’ve only got one day in Warsaw, that’s still enough time to cram in a fair amount of sightseeing. Thanks to easy access from the airport to the city centre, you can get downtown with plenty of time to see the sites and dine on dishes like pork...
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Things to do in: Poznań

Things to do in: Poznań

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...
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The complete guide to: Poznań travel

The complete guide to: Poznań travel

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...
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Ljubljana is the European Green Capital for 2016

Ljubljana is the European Green Capital for 2016

Over the past half-century, we have seen a major shift in society — mass rural to urban migration. Across the world, in almost every single country, significant portions of the population have left farmlands, villages, and small towns for bigger towns and megacities, in hopes of better prospects. Europe, for...
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