Last Updated: Monday, December 4, 2017 Summer holidays are approaching and so is financial uncertainty. Politicians have got us in a spin, doom mongers are giving us palpitations and all we really want to know is “where can we go on holiday without filing for bankruptcy?”. This is not a straight forward question because a […]
Last Updated: Thursday, June 23, 2016 For some reason that may not be evidently clear, a good deal of people tend to have a prejudice or certain false notion about Poland. Approach it this way and your beliefs will be reinforced (Law of Expectation?).
Last Updated: Thursday, July 7, 2016Krakow is one of the most traditional yet vibrant Christmas Markets; a wonderful place to buy handmade festive decorations or unique gifts for family and friends. Set within a beautiful historical city, the market has lots to offer visitors young and old, and offers the perfect escape from the commercialism […]
Last Updated: Sunday, July 10, 2016Cannes is possibly the best known film festival in the world, yet Warsaw has been holding its own glittering annual event for more than 25 years. The Warsaw International Film Festival has developed into a huge spectacular, showcasing films from all around the world and aiming to bring them to […]
Last Updated: Thursday, May 12, 2016 Kraków (Krakow) is situated on the river Visula and is the second largest and one of the oldest cities of Poland and has been established since the Stone Age. The city provides wonderful historical architecture; however some parts of the city were destroyed in World War II. The […]