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Markus Salmela, an international student of global logistics – Study in Poland

“In a way, I didn’t choose Poland, but Poland chose me”. Markus Salmela, the international student from Finland tell us how to study the Global Logistics in Poland at the University of Business and Administration in Gdynia. How did you decide to study abroad? I’ve been thinking about that for some time, but I didn’t have any specific country in mind. Until my wife …

10 best clubs for students in Poland

Each university city has a unique personality and character. Which express the best in places where students hang out and party. There are literally thousands of clubs and spots in Poland, so that’s why I made the list of ten the best of them. Everyone can quickly end up in the biggest or most common spot on Friday night. The real art is to …

10 must-see things in Białystok

The unofficial capital of Europe’s east flank is a city of Białystok – the largest city in northeastern Poland. It has resulted in a lengthy interaction between Poles, Russians, Belarusians, Tatars, Magyars, Catholics, Orthodox Christians, Muslims, and Jews. The fact that the city became a melting pot of minorities inspired Białystok’s most famous son, L. L. Zamenhof, to develop Esperanto. Also, forests are an …

10 must-see places in Szczecin!

Already in the Middle Ages Szczecin started to build its own position and importance in the region on the Baltic Sea. The status of a major port city has driven development and grew wealthy from trade and transport. In the first half of the 20th century, Szczecin becomes capital of West Pomerania. Due to its close distance and political dependencies with Germany, Szczecin culture …

10 must-see things in Katowice

Silesian province of Poland is popular because of its industrial past and its rich coal seams. The fast growth of mining the 19th century fuelled modern-day cultural identity. The political and social history is incredibly complex and entails uprisings, a referendum and an autonomous state within Poland. Katowice is the capital of the region, but also it is the lens of all changes that …

10 must-see places in Lublin

Let’s start from addressing the elephant in the room – yes, Lublin is probably the most underrated city in Poland. Its location doesn’t make it ideal for tourists, who often travel on the axe Gdańsk-Warsaw-Kraków. And that’s a huge mistake! As a major city for trade and commerce in the region, Lublin becomes the capital of the eastern part of Poland. Situated between Krakow …

10 must-see thing in Tricity

Tricity, or simply Trójmiasto, is a common name for a metropolitan area in northern Poland consisting of Gdańsk, Gdynia and Sopot. They are situated next to each other, in a row on the coast of Baltic Sea. The population of the Tricity has over one million people, making it one of the biggest agglomerations in the country. But what is most important: Tricity is …

10 must-see things in Warsaw

Warsaw is not only the pulsating heart of Poland. It’s a fantastic spot with a great history in the background. Warsaw was the last residence of the Polish royalty, the European capital of XIX-century art and culture and also a core of tragic events during the SWW. The city survived the Uprising in 1944 and almost being annihilated afterwords. Today Warsaw is an intellectual …

10 must-see things in Łódź

Two decades ago, Łódź was a post-industrial city, with abandoned and scary factories with a dark aura all over. Communistic decline and lack of consistent vision afterwards was the reason why once-thriving textile manufacturing hub, people started to call a “Polish Manchester” (in a wrong way). Fortunately, that changed in time, Łódź overcomes obstacles and like a phoenix from the ashes, become a sparkling …

10 must-see things in Krakow

Krakow is for Poland what Barcelona is for Spain – not a capital, but still the centre of all the attention. For a few years now, Krakow tops lists of most popular travel destinations in Europe, due to its rich culture and unique attractions. Filled with museums, art galleries and other cultural treasures, Krakow is a place where history and art really meet together. …

10 must-see things in Wroclaw

Wrocław is the capital of Lower Silesia and pretty often is listed among the most liveable places in Europe. Why? First of all, Wrocław is a place with a seriously complex history which has already lasted for more than 1000 years. The city known for its impressive baroque architecture is full of historical sites and vibrant cultural venues. Wrocław is also described as “Poland’s …

10 Must-See Things in Poznań

Thanks to its rich culture and fast development Poznań is topping lists of most popular destinations in Poland. City’s mixture of traditionalism and modernity created a lot of beautiful and exciting places. But which ones exactly are worth visiting? Fear not! We are here to help with our list 10 Must-See Things in Poznań. Let’s take a look!

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