Another major event is coming up in Poland – the finish line of the Tall Ships’ Races 2013 in Szczecin. The famous competition of great tall ships from all around the world is taking place on the Baltic Sea this year, and all the wonderful vessels will end their struggle for first place at the beautiful Polish seaside. It’s a happening no sailing fan can afford to miss!
Better late than never … I meant to bring up this post before Easter and not a day after, but time is more of a foe than a friend, especially during Holiday season. Anyway, a typical Easter tradition in Poland are the Polish Easter Eggs – known as pisanki. They come in a large variety of sorts and can be self-made or bought from professional “pisanki makers”. Here’s a brief look at the home made version …
This is my second post on Polish prices. This time, I focused on alcohol and cigarettes as they seem to be of most interest to many tourists in Poland. At the same time, they will probably be a bargain for most of you coming down here from western countries. Hopefully, you will get the feel for what the prices are in Poland for those items.
Easter is approaching fast (too fast perhaps – time really is flying) and it’s about time to write something about the Polish Easter traditions. There are many, coming both from the Catholic religion as well as from pure, national habits. Hopefully, I will have the time to go through many of them, but we’ll start with the Polish Mazurek – an Easter cake.
Most of you have probably already seen the ad or at least some of its more funny internet mems and reproductions. The child, as presented here, makes an impression and also makes for a ridicule of the idea, as most internet campaigns do. Let’s take a look at the idea to invest in Eastern Poland.
February 27, 2013 in Attractions, Basic Information, Food, General, Healthcare, History, International, Language, Leisure, Lifestyle, People, Polish Business, Polish Matters, Shopping, Transport, Travelling Poland
I’ve been thinking about writing this post for a while and putting things together in my head. Finally, I hope to have come up with a decent “top ten list” for the reasons as to why one would like to visit Poland, regardless off where you’re actually coming from. I hope you will enjoy my top ten list.
Sad news from this morning – Mr. Wojciech Inglot, founder and owner of Inglot Cosmetics, died yesterday in a hospital in Przemysl, Poland. He was 58 years old.
Once you arrive in Poland, whether you like ot or not, you will have to pay for many things, just like you do pretty much anywhere else. Your hotel, taxi, food, public transport and so on. As Poland is not in the Euro zone you may be a bit confused about the currency and worry about possible payment methods. It’s an unneccessary worry – payment in Poland is as easy as anywhere else.
In the 3 part of the “driving in Poland” series I would like to go over the speed limits and fines which you can encounter. Also, some things need to be said about whether and how those limits are being observed by Polish drivers and what means does the Police use to catch those who don’t observe them.
Having that one last, full blown party right before getting married should be quite something, right? There are numerous reasons why many people decide on a stag party in Poland to say goodbye to their single state. The options to spend a great night or a great weekend in Poland are endless, and don’t come down just to drinking and lap-dancing.