The Best Things to do in Gdańsk

Gdańsk absolutely deserves to be on your European city trip list! I immediately fell in love with the colorful historic city center, the friendly people, and the delicious food. If you’ve ever been to Poland before, you know how underrated the country is as a vacation destination, and Gdańsk is no different. Gdańsk has history, culture, and cuisine that will blow your socks off. I had a terrific time exploring the city and all it has to see. So if you’re planning a trip to this Polish city, here are some of the best things to do in Gdańsk. … More The Best Things to do in Gdańsk

3 Weeks in the Baltics Itinerary

In November, I planned a trip to explore an underrated part of Europe: the Baltics. I did a loop covering Poland, Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia, Finland, Sweden and Copenhagen in three weeks without a single flight! I went from capital to capitol by bus, train and ferry. Here’s my full 3- week Baltic itinerary. … More 3 Weeks in the Baltics Itinerary

Things to Do in Warsaw

Warsaw has its own character, a beautifully reconstructed Old Town and a rich history. It’s both modern and traditional, touristic and authentic. I recommend spending a day or two in Warsaw to learn about Polish history, both ancient and contemporary, eat some delicious Polish food and enjoy a few cultural events. Here are the best things to do in Warsaw: … More Things to Do in Warsaw

Things to Eat in Krakow

Krakow is not only an architecturally beautiful, culturally interesting and all round fun city. It is also a great food city. From traditional Polish to Mediterranean and Middle Eastern cuisine, different influences can be tasted in Krakow cooking. There is plenty to be found, simply wandering around the city and checking out all the hip little eateries. And lots of vegetarian and vegan options as well! … More Things to Eat in Krakow

Things to Do in Krakow

Krakow is one of Europe’s best preserved old cities and a treasure trove of history and culture. Krakow has seen golden times and the very darkest sides of humanity but is still so very much alive. This University town is home to a young and progressive population with a vibrant nightlife, art scene and hipster culture. I spend 5 days in Krakow and would have gladly stayed 5 months in this incredibly interesting city. … More Things to Do in Krakow