Poland

Picturesque cities such as Kraków and Gdańsk vie with energetic Warsaw for your urban attention. Elsewhere, woods, rivers, lakes and hills beckon for some fresh-air fun.

KRAKOW

Our last day we have spent in Poland’s former royal capital. Again we have parked bit out of the historical center (Bolt 10 PLN / ride). Later we strolled around the compact city center with a rich history. Alternating themes of destruction and rebirth run throughout Kraków’s...

WARSZAWA

We have arrived late and we could not find a parking spot in the center of the city. So we have parked in spacious parking just a few kilometers from the Old Town listed on the UNESCO World Heritage List. Then we always took Bolt to get there and back (15 PLN / 10 minutes ride). We have...

MALBORK

Late afternoon we have arrived at the beautiful Castle of Malbork. It is located in the north of Poland, on the east bank of the River Nogat. It is the most complete and elaborate example of a Gothic brick-built castle complex in the characteristic and unique style of the Teutonic Order...

SOPOT

After tiring driving in the last few days, we have decided to rest and refresh in Sopot. It is the smallest town of the Tricity metropolis, situated just between Gdansk and Gdynia. Sopot is a popular holiday destination with sunny beaches, the longest wooden pier in Europe, and an active...

GDAŃSK

In the afternoon we have arrived in one of the most prominent cities in Poland. We were lucky to get here during one of the oldest and also the most prestigious annual events held in Gdansk – St. Dominic’s Fair, which stretches all the way back to 1260 when Pope Alexander IV...