Where do you pop the question when you visit Poland? Here some ideas from award-winning travel journalist Mihaela Lica Butler.
Warsaw is one of the coolest capitals in 2017, Mamaison reported on their official brand blog, citing a few mainstream publications. We knew that the Polish capital was cool long before the Western media had its epiphany.
The international travel fair “Where Cultures Meet” that takes place in Łódź this weekend (March 17-19) celebrates its 23rd edition this year. The event is organized by Łódź International Fair and takes place at the EXPO Hall Łódź.You may also likeEngland vs Italy Boosts Euro 2012’s Quarters Flights to Ukraine SearchPoland for Christmas, Not Just a […]
Opole is one of the smaller Polish cities that are increasingly attractive for international businesses.
Poland celebrates Fat Thursday with delicious donuts. Here are five shops and bakeries in Krakow for you to find traditional packi and more.
Puck in Poland is a charming destination, with idyllic coastline views and unforgettable sunsets. Children will love vacations here too.
A Pokémon Go tournament will take place in Warsaw this Sunday. The winner will have the chance to study free at the local Vistula University.
Coming to Łódź May 9th, the 15th International Triennial of Tapestry is the oldest, biggest and most prestigious
exhibition promoting contemporary fiber art. Running through October at the Central Museum of Textiles, the exhibition is also one of the most unique events in Europe.
Tonight in Warsaw R & B’s best new artists, John Legend arrives to promote his latest album via the #ALLOFMETOUR.
The Scandic hotel chain in Poland become the first there to meet the European Union’s environmental criteria. Scandic Wroclaw and Scandic Gdansk having just received their EU Ecolabel certification.
A bit of bad news for Poland and Slovakia, a referendum vote from the Polish city of Krakow carried out May 26 tells of citizens in the Polish city wanting to withdraw a bid for the Winter Olympic Games in 2022, part of which was to have taken place in Slovakia.
Orco Property Group reported today their intended divestiture of some 108 million shares it holds in subsidiary Orco Germany for an anticipated €55 million euros. According to the news via press release, Orco use the funds to rescue from bankruptcy the so-called Zlota project, a super luxurious residential high rise in Warsaw.