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Krakow : Trattoria Pergamin

A simple, unremarkable Italian restaurant in the Grzegórzki district of Kraków, but Pergamin is an okay choice for pizza if you have kids with you. A simple, rustic trattoria in the Grzegórzki district, Pergamin Nullo is an Italian with a mixed reputation. The food is passable and you should be …

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Krakow : Medical Tourism

Kraków Medical tourism is a relatively new phenomenon, but one which has taken off extraordinarily. With the opening up of more and more lost cost airlines across the continent, travelling to receive medical or cosmetic treatments has become a much easier task. Today, Kraków is on the forefront of medical …

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Polish Currency – a practical guide for your trip to Kraków

Going abroad often presents a cascade of practical issues to the traveller, from visa requirements to currency differences, bank account problems, to insurance. However, in the last twenty years, at least within the borders of the European Union, a number of administrative and bureaucratic changes have made travelling the continent …

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WARSAW : MULTIMEDIA FOUNTAIN PARK

Spectacular show combining sound, light and water created by up to 30 thousand litres of water streaming every minute out of 367 nozzles and nearly 300 LED reflectors. In time intervals, impressive laser animations appear on the mist from nebulised water. You can admire the show every Friday and Saturday evening …

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WARSAW : CHOPIN CONCERTS IN ŁAZIENKI ROYAL PARK

Organised at the foot of Fryderyk Chopin’s statue for almost 60 years they have become the cultural symbol of Warsaw. Eminent pianists perform every Sunday from mid-May until the end of September, at noon and 4 pm. Hugely popular with Warsaw residents and tourists alike, they are a unique opportunity to listen …

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Hotel Indigo Krakow (Poland)

Art and culture is what has characterised Krakow, the city of artists, poets and scientists, for centuries and what has made it great. Built in 1836, the building which houses Hotel INDIGO Krakow – Old Town is located in the artistic heart of Cracow, nearby the Academy of Fine Arts …

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Baltic design hotel PURO Gdańsk

Housed in the centre of the beautiful harbour town of Gdańsk — rocking around amid historical sites like the Philharmonic, the Crane (an icon that dates back to 1367), and the newly-opened WWII Museum — hotel PURO Gdańsk reveals with the opening of its extension a new design-led experience, with interiors from …

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The Bristol, Warsaw, Poland

There can’t be many hotels with a guest list as diverse as Marie Curie, Woody Allen, Marlene Dietrich, the Queen and Caruso – but then the Bristol in Warsaw is a one-off. Opened in 1901 as Poland’s great palace hotel to rival the best of London and Paris, spared by …

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