A tale of travel woe that saw me getting stranded in Konin, Poland for a night in April. Warning – this story is laced with a lot of profanity!
I spent Easter Sunday walking along the Polish Baltic Sea in Sopot. See why you must visit this spot if you’re ever in Poland!
Highlights of my Easter weekend getaway to Gdansk, Poland which included hanging out in cool cafes, soaking in the warmth of a sauna and enjoying the Old Town.
Street art and graffiti found around the Polish city of Gdansk.
The Unvertical House in Poland is also known as the Drunken House in Sopot, as it looks like it was constructed by someone under the influence of alcohol.
Go 135 meters underground on a journey to “Middle Earth” to see the Wieliczka Salt Mine in Poland which includes a cathedral made entirely of salt!
Do something weird in Poland and visit the Pharmacy Museum in Krakow filled with over 22,000 objects and full-scale reproductions of ancient apothecaries.
At the Plac Nowy Jewish Market in Krakow, you’ll find bras, underwear, furry hats, cleaning products, horse meat and zapiekanka. What more could you want?
A visit to the New Jewish Cemetery in Krakow is a powerful, sombering experience that touches you with it’s haunting, poignant beauty and tragic history.
I braved sub zero temperatures to take photos of street art and graffiti in the Polish city of Krakow.