Somewhere in Krakow

Poland travel stories

Visiting Auschwitz Poland, Part 2

Visiting Auschwitz Poland, Part 2 For Visiting Auschwitz Poland, part 1 Mentality at Auschwitz Concentration Camp, Poland The Nazis destroyed evidence of the gas mass killings by blowing up the buildings. Anya told us they liked to use gas because they didn’t have to...

read more

Visiting Auschwitz Poland

Visiting Auschwitz Poland A memorial site at Auschwitz-Birkenau where prisoners lined up and were shot. A Visit to Auschwitz Poland When I had first seen the sign, it had been a black and white photograph against a background of snow. On a recent November day, the sun...

read more

4th Annual World Festival of Naive Art in Katowice

The fourth edition of the world festival of naive art will take place in the Katowice region of Poland. The owners of the gallery have won the bid to rehabilitate an old industrial coal mine and turn it into a large cultural space. Over the last three years the...

read more

Authentic Recipes: Poland of Detroit

You don’t have to go to Poland to learn how to make traditional Polish food. The Hamtramck area of Detroit is a great place to learn about the city’s Polish heritage. There are Polish bakeries and food markets specializing in Polish foods. St. Florian Roman Catholic...

read more

A Baltic Surprise

It is not for nothing that Gdansk, Poland has been labeled “Phoenix from the Ashes”. The photographs that hang in the Golden Gate, the stone passageway that leads into the heart of this medieval city, show a desecrated area lying in smoldering ruins. Not only has the...

read more

Central Europe with Simplon-Orient

New York- July 3, 2007:- The legendary Venice Simplon-Orient-Express (VSOE) is forging a new route this Sunday, July 8th as it departs Venice en route to Krakow. The Central European Grand Tour is an exciting and enriching seven-night tour taking the Venice...

read more

The Orient Express Through Eastern Europe

New York- May 10, 2007:- Ever since its creation 125 years ago next year, the Orient-Express train has been a symbol both of luxury and of pioneering routes to distant parts. In 2007, it still is. This year, the Venice Simplon-Orient-Express will make its first foray...

read more

The Wayfarers Walk Eastern Europe

IN THE FOOTSTEPS OF ROMAN LEGIONS AND OTTOMAN TURKS, THE WAYFARERS’ WALKING HOLIDAYS CHART A COURSE ACROSS EASTERN EUROPE Newport, Rhode Island, February 2007– The Wayfarers, the world’s premier purveyor of walking adventure vacations, returns to Eastern Europe for a...

read more

8 Days in Poland

AIR-INCLUSIVE PACKAGE FROM CONTINENTAL JOURNEYS, PRICED AT $899 TO $1,249 Los Angeles, January 2006 -- Continental Journeys’ air-inclusive, eight-day/six-night package combines Warsaw, with its lovingly restored Old Town and dozens of cultural institutions, historic...

read more

Are you ready for Travel?

Pin It on Pinterest

Share This