Posts Categorized: Poland

Visit Warsaw – The Phoenix City

Warsaw has been dubbed the Phoenix City due to its capability to rebuild itself from the ashes of its former self. Before the Nazi invasion, the city had basked in peace and harmony but when they arrived, the wheel of misfortune turned. With more than 30% of the population being Jewish back then, Warsaw was… Read more »

Visit Krakow – The Royal Capital of Poland

Krakow, Castle

Krakow, situated on the Vistula River, is one of the oldest cities in Poland dating back to the 7th century. Started out as a Stone Age settlement, Krakow grew out to be Poland’s second most important city and one of the leading centres of Polish academic, cultural and artistic life. Also regarded as one of… Read more »