Where To Get Your Shamrocks Off On St. Patrick’s Day in PL

Solemn or cathartic, Christian or pagan, in Ireland or anywhere in the world, St. Paddy’s is a reminder of how easy it is to share a heritage that we could call our own and how mankind belongs neither here nor there, but to one another. Here’s a shortlist of places in Poland you can go drown the shamrocks, celebrate everything Irish and honour what brings us all together.

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Women’s Day in PL: 12 Legendary Polish Ladies Worth Knowing

Cut flowers certainly smell nice, but for how long? What about actually empowering women and improving their station in society? What about Women’s Day as a vehicle for social change.
For our part, we’ve decided to modestly contribute to the cause of gender equality by presenting you with a list of Polish women who are making, or have made, a significant impact on society through their respective fields of activity; for example and inspiration must start somewhere…

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9 perfect places for a romantic dinner in Kraków

Food and romance are undeniably entangled. Isn’t the way to a man’s heart through his stomach? Hasn’t it been proven that women are more open for romance on a full stomach? Dating and eating usually go hand in hand and the ritualistic elements that surround them are universal: candlelight, music, wine, a cozy atmosphere and impeccable yet inconspicuous…

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7 Places To Have Great Pizza in Kraków

Did you know February 9 is (international) Pizza Day? Or that the first pizza ever served in Poland was at a royal marriage in the early 16th century? Once considered food for the lower classes, Pizza hasn’t exactly gone all the way up the gourmet ladder, but like very few things in the world, even when it’s bad it’s still pretty good.

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4 small 1950’s railway stations in Warsaw

Often overlooked by those in a rush to catch a train, the small railway stations dotted around the centre of the city are well worth checking out by those with an interest in the wacky, space age architecture of 1950’s Warsaw and it’s reassuring to know that the railway authorities still hold these magical oddities in high regard.

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On Kościuszko’s Trail in Kraków

Kościuszko’s highest ideal was freedom, and he used his own to try and secure it for all those less fortunate. In one country – Poland – he failed and is remembered as the greatest hero who ever walked the land. In another country – America – he succeeded, and yet has been almost completely forgotten….

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