The Wieliczka Salt Mine, Poland

If you checked my previous blog post, you already know all about how I have been robbed while leaving from the Birkenau former German concentration camp in Poland. Even though I was devastated by the fact that I was robbed, there was a bus with almost 25 people waiting on the parking line for the tour... Continue Reading →

How I was robbed in Poland

I decided to share my most terrible experience from Poland with my readers, in order to arise the warning regarding the pick pockets in the crowded places, especially museums and touristic sights. If you happened to follow my blog you probably already know how my boyfriend and me booked the tour through Viator to visit... Continue Reading →

Birkenau, Poland

As I mentioned in my previous blog posts my boyfriend and me visited Krakow, Poland for the first time a few weeks ago. Since we both love history and especially we are interested to learn everything regarding the WW II we decided to book the tour to the Former German Concentration Camps Auschwitz and Birkenau, that... Continue Reading →

Auschwitz, Poland, Part 1

The content of this post is very emotional. I truly wish that all my blog visitors will read everything from the first to the last sentence this time. I know that a lot of people like my posts because of beautiful photos and sometimes they don't read the content. I do the same thing from time... Continue Reading →

Summer in Krakow, Poland

If you intend to visit Krakow in Poland, my first advice will be, check the weather forecast before you set off. Generally speaking the weather in Krakow remains warm from May to September, and although blue skies and sunshine are the norm, they are frequently broken up by sudden rain showers and storms. So make sure... Continue Reading →

Pierogies tasting in Poland

Regarding our recent visit to Krakow, Poland, I would like to mention few things about the food we ate there. I am talking about the famous Polish dish ''Pierogi'' (dumplings) in this blog post. Sorry all my dear Polish friends, but I didn't liked them at all. On our first day we visited Polish national... Continue Reading →

Krakow, Poland

Karkow is the second largest and one of the oldest cities in Poland. My first impression as soon I stepped on the Polish ground, was that everything there was very clean. For example, you can barely see any cigarettes thrown onto the sidewalks, squares and the streets. When somebody as a tourist see how Polish... Continue Reading →

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