ENG | PL Incredibly picturesque ruins of a castle found somewhere in between the Holy Cross province in Poland – this is how we would sum up the wonderful Zamek Krzyżtopór in Ujazd, Poland. This phrase though doesn’t transpire the whole value of the majestatic architecture, the monumental curves or the wanderlusting atmosphere ready to experience while wandering around the abandoned, long halls. In other words – it’s one of these places that every travel explorer should visit!
ENG | PL Moving to a different country for the first time is a big deal. No matter how much do you think you want to leave your country and how ready you think you are, there are some things worth knowing before you make the move. I moved to Italy to live there when I was 19 years old. It was an easy decision -> the dream of living in this wonderful country hasn’t been leaving my head since a very young age. It was “my place to be”, a destination where I felt I belong, where I was sure my final home is. It was with a great excitement and determination that as soon as I graduated, I made the big move.
As it turned out, it’s not that easy. I left Italy after 1 year of living there for a lot of different reasons that you can read about in the post -> I lived in Italy for a year. Why did I come back?
But in this post, I want to share with you some things I wish I knew before actually moving to a different country, but only realized afterwards.
ENG | PL How to get somewhere for free? How to avoid the entrance check? Maybe there’s a way around it? How to get a drink without paying for it? Honestly? This kind of behavior is very visible and regular cruisers really hate it. Explanations like “because I want to save money on it” are not accurate… because if that is so, a luxury cruise ship is not for you! Dear first time cruisers… let me show you why I see you from a mile away.
ENG | PL The upscale elegance of this place can be seen at first glance. The red and beige walls stand out significantly on the city skyline. The sophisticated details of the tenement house make it impossible to pass by without stopping by for a moment of admiration. It delights us already from the outside and surprises with original interiors … This is what Hotel Dyplomat is like, a four-star hotel in the heart of Olsztyn. It’s a luxurious, comfortable and quiet facility – so it combines all of the elements that we value the most in hotels. Today we are opening the door to this extraordinary, boutique building – Hotel Dyplomat.
ENG | PL One thing I’ve learnt recently was that you don’t really need to travel far away to be a tourist. While you might not be used to “travelling your hometown” and think that you wouldn’t really enjoy it because you already perfectly know it – these tips for local travel might surprise you with different ways to enjoy your hometown as a tourist & maybe even convince you to start exploring it in a new manner.
ENG | PL Charming accommodation, a restaurant with inspiring dishes, historic gothic architecture or maybe Teutonic walls on a hill? Whatever you call it – it all fit perfectly as a description of this wonderful Teutonic castle in Masuria full of history and its own kind of personality. The castle in Nidzica – because that’s what we’re talking about – is the essence of good taste, a historical journey into the past, in a peaceful surrounding and with well restored interiors. We visited it during our trip to Masuria & we want to show you how charming this place is and how much it is worth getting to know better!
ENG | PL There is no discussion about the fact that the fashion trends are as important on the streets as they are on the coastal, luxury promenades, beaches and resorts. Every season there are different proposals for the new beachwear, headwear or sandals. In addition to that, we all want to have the right tools/accessories for every situation. Wondering what to bring for a day at the beach this year?
ENG | PL When I was sitting at home during the times of quarantine in my city, all I could think of was how much I wanted to travel. Since that wasn’t possible and I couldn’t stop my need for wanderlust, I had to get creative! That’s when I realized that I could take this opportunity and use it as a vacation at home: make it a staycation. With the motivation to feel the thrill of travelling again and doing something at home that wouldn’t make me fall into depression from the boring routine, I came up with staycation ideas that made me fuel my wanderlust while still staying at home. What’s important is that these ideas are not only valid for quarantine – you can do these things anytime you are at home and want to have a little home vacay to chill, relax & discover new things. Let’s get on with the best home staycation ideas list then!
ENG | PL Masuria, a region in the north-eastern Poland, is considered to be one of the wonders of nature. Surrounded by 2,000 lakes, numerous canals and forests, it makes it possible for everyone to feel exceptionally close to nature – which is why Masuria region is extremely often visited by tourists from both Poland and abroad. Somewhere in between the natural beauties, there are many structures which history dates back to the 13th and 14th centuries. While exploring the amazing Masuria, it is impossible not to notice the wonderful, historical Hotel Zamek Ryn (Castle Ryn), with walls that have over 700 years of history.
ENG | PL Seasickness is a problem for many people who – if it wasn’t for it -would love sea sailing, cruises and other activities at sea. What causes seasickness? Can it be successfully combated? Can we alleviate the suffering that is caused by the sensitivity of the labyrinth responsible for the sense of balance? We know the answers to these questions and yes, it’s possible! The advice provided here will be useful not only for the wannabe sea-travellers, but also for more sensitive inland sailors.