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  • The 900-odd bison in Białowieża make up around 25% of the world’s total population. Image: Wild Poland and Lukasz-Mazurek

    Weekender: Poland

    An ancient, untamed enclave in the Polish east, Białowieża is a fairytale forest hosting a colourful cast of creatures Read More»

  • Wawel Castle, viewed from St Mary's Basilica, Krakow Image: Jon Attenborough

    Long weekend: Krakow

    While it still bears the scars of WWII, the sobering tale of Kraków’s Jewish communities is being expertly told in sites across this beguiling and resilient city Read More»

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    Rooms under £100: Gdansk

    Poland’s most colourful port city sits pretty on the shores of the Baltic, with its painted buildings, cobbled streets and some thrifty places to bed down Read More»

  • Castle Square, Old Town, Warsaw, Poland. Image: Sameena Jarosz

    City life: Warsaw

    Completely rebuilt after the Second World War, Warsaw is shaping up to be one of Europe’s great cultural centres, with a growing number of new museums, restaurants and bars Read More»

  • Sun rise over the Ukrainian mountains, Chatka Puchatka refuge, Bieszczady. Image: Andy Jarosz.

    Poland: the Bieszczady Mountains

    In Poland’s southeastern corner, the Bieszczady Mountains remain one of eastern Europe’s last great travel unknowns with a remarkable tale to tell. Travel to this wild range, where deep mysticism… Read More»

 
 

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