Unconventional Museums in Warsaw

Unconventional Museums in Warsaw

Think you know all the best museums in the caipital of Poland? Think again! Today we will introduce you to several museums in Warsaw which you might not have heard of, but are undoubtedly worth Read More »

Gryfów Śląski

Gryfów Śląski is located at the Izerskie Foothills, upon Kwisa and Lake Złotnickie. It was established in the middle ages by one of the princes in the Piast dynasty, but its long history is Read More »

Szczeliniec Wielki

Szczeliniec Wielki is the highest peak of the Stołowe Mountains, most of which are strictly protected by a national park. The fable-styled shapes of the rocks make the landscape of this place Read More »


Zalipie is a tiny village painted in flowers, located next to Tarnów in Lesser Poland. It became famous thanks to its colorful houses. Buildings painted in such style are incredibly unique, and Read More »

The Blavian Desert

When it comes to picturesque places, it has become common to describe such places with the term „wonders of nature” – but, can a wonder of nature be created by human hands? Can it be Read More »


Sanok is a Polish town, located in nthe valley of the river San, in the podkarpackie region. And there ar plenty of interesting things to see and do in this town. The Mołotowa Line Bunker The Read More »

Chelmsko Slaskie

The village of Chełmsko Śląskie, located in the Krzeszów Valley, began to develop in the 16th century along with the development of weaving. At that time, locally hand-made textiles were exported Read More »

The Hel Peninsula

The Hel Peninsula is one of the most interesting regions of the Polish coast of the Baltic Sea. It is entirely part of the Seaside Landscape Park, which was established in 1978 in order to Read More »

The Retro Show in Szreniawa

Szreniawa is a village located in the neighborhood of the northern border of the Wielkopolski National Park. In the extensive palace park you can find the Bierbaum residence from 1852, which is Read More »


Frombork is a small town in Warmia, often mistaken for Malbork. It is an obligatory part of any trip to the eastern part of the Polish coast! The name of the town is most likely associated with Read More »

The Karkonosze Museum

The modern Karkonosze Museum is an effort of many years of work, which began back in 1880, when a group of Karkonosze lovers established the Karkonosze Association in Jelenia Góra. Its goals Read More »


If you’re travelling nearby the Świętokrzyskie Mountains, you should also visit Bodzentyn. This town might be small, but it is very interesting. It was established by Bodzant Jankowa – the bisop Read More »

The ruins of the Mielnik Castle

The castle in Mielnik was created in the 15th century and rebuilt in renaissance style in the 16th century. But unfortunately, it was destroyed in the 17th century. The castle was first mentioned Read More »

The Wysoki Kamień Shelter

Back in the times, when the first Walons wandered through the mountains in search for treasure, Wysoki Kamień was an orientation point and the birthplace of many legends. In the early 19th Read More »

The Holy Mountain of Grabarka

Grabarka is a mountain located next to a village of the same name in the podlaskie region. It is the most important place of the religious orthodox cult in Poland. At Grabarka you can see a Read More »

The Lipski palace in Czerniejewo

Czerniejewo is a peaceful town, located far away from the main communication trails. It is located 15 kilometers away from the capital of the region – Września. In 1735, priest Andrzej (Onufry) Read More »


Rydzyna, a town situated 7 kilometers to the south-west from Leszno, was formely located at the trading route between Wrocław and Poznań. Rudzyna was the summer residence of the Leszczyński Read More »


In the late 19th century, it was incredibly close for Ciężkowice to become an renowned resort. Although the project suggested by Ignacy Jan Paderewski was never completed, during the 1950s search Read More »


Trzcińsko-Zdrój is a tiny, charming town at the Myślibórz Lake District. It was one of the very few towns in Poland that avoided destruction during World War II. It’s a miracle that this precious Read More »

The Lubomirski Castle in Łańcut

Łańcut is a small, picturesque town, located 217 kilometers away from Rzeszów, the capital of the podkarpackie region. It gained municipal rights during the reign of Kazimierz the Great, and Read More »

Locomotive Parade in Wolsztyn

Wolsztyn is the only town in Poland, where for over 100 years, the engine house has been working without any breaks, and every morning the citizens are waking up when they hear the whistle of a Read More »


Głogówek is a small and incredibly beautiful town in the region of Śląsk Opolski. It developed from the borough of an old Piast settlement. Around 1275 it gained municipal rights, and until 1532 Read More »

The Siliesian Piast Castle in Brzeg

Brzeg is a large city upon the Odra river, located between Wrocław and Opole. Its history was similar to the fates of the entire Lower Silesia. Brzeg was an important trading and crafting centre Read More »

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