Exploring Kazimierz and Kopiec in Kraków

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When we arrived at the train station, Kraków was just waking up.

72 Hours in Krakow, Poland

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Pub crawls, town squares, old city centers, unique foods, and a sobering history. Krakow has much to offer.

Six Places in Poland You’ve Never Heard Of

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Warsaw and Krakow tend to be Poland’s most popular tourist cities; however, Jenna Makowski offers insight into some of Poland’s lesser known but equally interesting destinations.

Central Europe: What to see + Easy Tips for Safety & Comfort

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Let Jenn Molholt show you the ropes on a trip around Central Europe: from where to go to how to get there safe and sound, Jenn shares all of the information you need.

Warsaw’s Missing Beauty

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How could an undeniably beautiful city like Warsaw be appointed the ugliest in Europe, asks Terje Raa

Communism and Kitsch in Central Europe – Krakow, Budapest, Bratislava, Berlin, Europe

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With the fall of the Soviet Union, Central Europe has opened up to Western tourists. Alongside the return of the old favourites, Communism has become a tourist attraction. John Guzdek provides a guide to the new Communist East.

No Shelter from East or West – Gdansk, Poland, Europe

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Fiona Honor Hurley is followed around Gdansk by a wedding couple seeking the perfect photo opportunity.

Back to Krakow: City of Glory – Poland, Europe

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Saricie Kuo sees more of Krakow this second time around.

Heat Wave in Warsaw, Poland – Europe, Central Europe

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Though Saricie Kuo did hear about the ongoing heat wave in Western and Southern Europe, he did not think much about it – until he reached Warsaw.

Save Money on Travel in Eastern Europe – Eastern Europe

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