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New Krakow tour for 2011!

I’m pleased to announce that 2011 will see the inaugural tour: Kraków, UNESCO Wooden Churches, & Tatra Foothills. This is a 7 Days / 6 Nights / fully guided tour for the low price of £698 (July 3rd – 9th,

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Day 2 | Łańcut > Ożanna | 16/08/10

After the standard tortuous journey on Polish trains (see previous post), our hotel for the night (Pałacyk Łancut) was an oasis of peace, calm, and tranquility. The dinner of the previous night set expectations too high for a breakfast that

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Day 1 | Wrocław > Łańcut | 15/08/10

Polish trains aren’t all bad…there are quite a few which are much worse than bad. I know this after 7 hours (400ish kms) in the oppressive heat and confined space of a regional baggage carriage packed with people and their

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UNESCO highlights in Lower Silesia

The region of Lower Silesia is one of largely unrecognized beauty. The region’s capital, Wroclaw, is replete with Gothic churches, Flemish-style Renaissance mansions, Viennese Baroque palaces and chapels, tranquil parks, gardens, rivers and a vibrant cultural scene. Outside Wroclaw you

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Gdansk, the Baltic Sea and the Teutonic Knights

Gdańsk, home of the Solidarity movement, once a member of the Hanseatic league, is the largest city of the Kashubian ethnic group. It’s come a long way from its origins as a fishing village in the 9th century and is

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The Great Masurian Lakes

The Great Masurian Lakes Plateau is an area of renowned beauty. It’s a landscape of gentle hills, cool lakes, rustic farmhouses, quiet villages, and swathes of tranquil forest. In addition to these natural wonders, you can explore the vestiges of

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Cycling in Poland

Looking for adventure and whatever comes your way? If you’ve ever dreamt of riding through unspoilt landscapes scattered with charming villages, medieval castles and spiritual sanctuaries, Poland could help you fulfil your dreams. My first visit to with Poland was

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Lower Silesia’s Heart: Part 6

Heading north, we can see Sobotka Mountain in the distance. That’s the great thing about cycling – you can sometimes see your destination and head towards it. But it doesn’t come at you too fast; you have time to drink

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Lower Silesia’s Heart: Part 5

As Gross Rosen fades into the distance so does our solemnity. The landscape is uplifting: green rolling hills of forest and farmland. Sweeping along these smooth traffic-free roads is exhilarating and when we reach the valley plains, we see Ksiaz

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Lower Silesia’s Heart: Part 4

Leaving Lubiaz down its cobblestone path, we turn left at the junction watched over by a shrine to the Virgin Mary, and it isn’t long before the dramatic views of the mountain range fill our vision. We won’t be cycling

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