• Best Hotels in Wroclaw
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    5 Best Hotels in Wroclaw

    Continually overshadowed by Poland’s capital city, Warsaw, and a popular weekend getaway spot, Krakow, Wroclaw, the largest city in western Poland and the fourth largest in the country, is renowned for its stunning bridges, vibrant nightlife, overwhelming student population, stunning architecture, and of course world-class hotels. 2016’s European Capital of Culture and the 2017 World Games host Wroclaw, attracts travelers from different corners of the globe. Wroclaw is an astonishing Polish city that would make for a perfect alternative for a remarkable getaway. So buckle up as we are about to embark on a roller coaster ride to unveil some of the finest hotels in Wroclaw.  1. Radisson Blu Hotel…

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    Exploring Lower Silesia Province

    Poland welcomes millions of visitors annually but only a few thousands add a visit to Lower Silesia Province into their itinerary. That’s a pity. This region, in the southwestern part of Poland, has plenty of exciting things to see and do. The area has been at the crossroads of European cultures and conflicts for many years. The seat of power in Lower Silesia has changed hands countless times hence it is home to lots of interesting monuments and heritage sites. Skip the more popular Polish tourist destinations such as Krakow and Warsaw and enjoy a trip to the Southern part of the country with loads of hidden gems waiting to…

  • Peace Church in Swidnica
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    Peace Church in Swidnica

    Peace Church in Swidnica, Europe’s largest timber-framed Protestant church, made it to the list of World Heritage Sites by UNESCO. Built in the mid-17th century, this magnificent wooden church was completed within 10 months. Covering over 1000 square meters, the massive church can accommodate 7500 people.   One of the major highlights of the church’s Baroque interior is its stunning 18th-century timber-made altar. The good thing about this attraction is that it stands today in its original form, surviving many troubled years. The religious building’s authenticity is evident in its forms and designs, locations, and construction materials as well as the preservations of the original functions.   The fact that…