Phoenix City

Warsaw, Poland. After devastating sieges and battles during the second world war, 85% of Warsaw’s buildings were completely destroyed and left in ruins. Later they were re-built & reconstructed to the capital’s former glory which gained it the nickname of Phoenix City and is now a UNESCO world heritage site. Cornavirus has meant that our…

Into Auschwitz

Krakow, Poland. This city in the south of the country shares similarities with it’s close neighbour Prague, only with less tourists and cheaper prices! Krakow has the largest medieval market square in Europe and lots of interesting things to see and do. The popular tours of Auschwitz run from the city centre being only an…

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