Earlier this month works of Poland’s celebrated sculptor Magdalena Abakanowicz went on exhibit in Warsaw. Made up of mostly never before seen pieces, the exhibit at Warsaw’s House of Plastic Arts Gallery represents the latest revelation of the talents of the now prized artist.
Poland has announced plans to build what will be the largest radio telescope in Europe, and the third largest of its kind in the world at some 400-foot across
There are few travelers to Poland that won’t have come across the local variety of vodka, Zubrowka, at least once on their travels. Zubrowka is memorable not just because of its potency
For Halloween fans in Poland tonight, your escapades will surely be dampened when you learn Catholic bishops there have condemned the spooky holiday. Clergymen claim Halloween is harmful because the celebration promotes what they term “diabolical behavior”.
Early next year, Poland will see the long awaited opening of a museum showcasing the history, culture and suffering of its minority Jewish community, which has today all but vanished from the country.
Poland’s narrowest home has just opened in its capital Warsaw, billing itself as an ‘artistic installation’ that will serve as a second home for the city’s sometime resident, Israeli writer and artist Edgar Keret.
Today all Poland celebrates the 32nd Anniversary of August Agreements, the 1980 declaration of Poland’s emergence as the first independent trade union in the former communist bloc. President Bronislaw Komorowski will reportedly be on hand to present awards to some 40 activists of the Solidarity Trade Union.
Countries in Eastern Europe are awash with odd sights; some can be explained by the region’s turbulent history, some can be explained by the human imagination and some just can’t be satisfactorily explained at all.
Poland is planning on using the newly acquired recognition given by co-organizing the Euro 2012 sports even to boost a quite profitable tourism segment – health and medical services.
According to TravelSuermarket, England qualification into the Euro 2012’s quarter finals causes an incredible uplift in flights to Ukraine and Poland.
Football fans visiting Poland for the Euro 2012, be sure to stuff a bit of extra cash in your luggage; with thousands of football fans expected to visit the country in order to take in one or more of the 15 matches to be hosted there, hotels are responding by raising rates exorbitantly.
Eastern Europe is going to be the place to be seen this summer! There are some amazing festivals taking place and the following are just a short selection.
JetBlue Airways and LOT Polish Airlines have announced a new partnership that will allow fliers to book and connect flights via the companys’ home airports.
Super 8’s parent company (Wyndham Hotel Group) has embarked on creating an European footprint. One of the very first countries they are focusing on is Poland.
Here are some of the most beautiful and “can’t miss” locations to visit if you’re ever in Poland during the spring.