75 years ago, Auschwitz was liberated – here’s how the world is remembering; PJ Grisar; Forward

From art installations to lectures, here are some ways to remember on January 27.

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Sto lat: Toruń marks 100 years of Polish rule; Alex Webber; First News


Toruń is set to grind to a halt on January 18 as the city pauses to celebrate one-hundred years of returning to Polish rule.

Source: Sto lat: Toruń marks 100 years of Polish rule

Auschwitz-Birkenau: UNESCO Commemorates 75th anniversary of Nazi camp’s liberation; Unesco


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Poland opens another front with Brussels over primeval forest; Politico


Warsaw could face financial penalties if it defies a ban on logging.

Source: Poland opens another front with Brussels over primeval forest

Wonderful World: Discover Warsaw; Tom Sawyer; Dos Mundos

Welcome tourists! In this edition, Tom Sawyer has to talk about the capital of a European country that for a long time was considered one of the most beautiful in the world. Back then it was known as the “Paris of the North”: we are talking about Warsaw, Poland. The exact date of …

Source: Wonderful World: Discover Warsaw – Dos Mundos Bilingual Newspaper

What to do in Kraków, for everyone from art lovers to history buffs; Mary Lussiana; Telegraph

Read Mary Lussiana’s guide to the best things to do in Krakow, as recommended by Telegraph Travel. Plan your trip with her expert reviews of the best attractions, and the best free things to do.

Source: What to do in Kraków, for everyone from art lovers to history buffs

How to visit Krakow for under £100 a night; Richard Webber; Daily Mail

This beautiful city, with its medieval market square and welcoming atmosphere, is just over two hours from the UK by plane. Its magnificent Old Town is a Unesco World Heritage Site, too.

Source: How to visit Krakow for under £100 a night

The best places to travel in Poland: Top 10 Poland tourist attractions that are recognized by UNESCO; Break.com

UNESCO heritage sites are unique and beautiful cultural or natural heritages. Poland has 14 of the 1031 world heritage sites recognized by UNESCO.

Source: The best places to travel in Poland: Top 10 Poland tourist attractions that are recognized by UNESCO – Break.com

Take A Look Inside The World’s Largest Brick Fortress In Poland; Lavanya Sunkara; Forbes

UNESCO World Heritage Site of the Castle of the Teutonic Order in Malbork, Northern Poland beckons with its fascinating history and remarkable architecture.

Source: Take A Look Inside The World’s Largest Brick Fortress In Poland

5 Tourist Attractions You Can’t Miss in Krakow, Poland; Ronnie; Home Life Abroad

Traveling to Krakow? Take a look at the top 5 tourist attractions you just can’t miss in Krakow, Poland!

Source: 5 Tourist Attractions You Can’t Miss in Krakow, Poland | Home Life Abroad

25 Amazing Things to do in Wroclaw, Poland – the city you can’t miss; Kami & The Rest of the World

A comprehensive guide to visiting Wroclaw, Poland with lots of things to do in Wroclaw, day trips from Wroclaw and travel tips. Check it out!

Source: 25 Amazing Things to do in Wroclaw, Poland – the city you can’t miss

Travel guide: 48 hours in Krakow, Poland; Lucy Woods; The Travel Magazine

Stroll through Krakow’s bustling neighbourhoods and soak up the plethora of art, history and culture in this beautiful Polish city.

Source: Travel guide: 48 hours in Krakow, Poland

Krakow: Why there’s more to Poland’s historic heart than just old buildings; George Driver; Stuff

It might boast a sprawling royal castle, but there’s also plenty of modern touches and a vibrant nightlife.

Source: Krakow: Why there’s more to Poland’s historic heart than just old buildings

A neighbourhood guide to Krakow; Nicola Trup; National Geographic

Poland’s second city is a first-rate destination for travellers seeking elegant medieval architecture, a buzzing bar scene and a rich history spanning some of Europe’s most seismic moments.

Source: A neighbourhood guide to Krakow | National Geographic

Birthplace of Chopin, Warsaw is brimming with history, culture in a less-crowded setting; Jennifer H Svan; Stars & Stripes

Warsaw was not on Jennifer H Svan’s list of cities to see while living in Europe. She knew a few people who had traveled to Poland and they all went to Krakow, Poland’s most popular tourist destination. But she packed her bags for Poland’s capital earlier this month for work — and she’s now enchanted by this city that travel guru Rick Steves calls a diamond in the rough.

Source: Birthplace of Chopin, Warsaw is brimming with history, culture in a less-crowded setting

Why Polish people hate rules; Olga Mecking; BBC

Warsaw has had a long and tumultuous history, which meant that its inhabitants had to come up with ingenious ways to survive.

Source: Why Polish people hate rules

How to Visit Medieval Castles in Europe; Jennifer Ceaser; Afar

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48 HOURS IN THE CHARMING CITY OF KRAKÓW, POLAND; Teri F; Lady Iron Chef

The former royal capital of Poland, 21st century Kraków is a city which still retains its old-world charm.

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Warsaw Itinerary 2 Days | 2 Days in Warsaw; TripHobo

Warsaw Itinerary 2 Days: Get most out of 2 days in Warsaw with these well planned itineraries from travel experts and fellow travelers. Create a Warsaw itinerary 2 days for your next weekend trip!

Source: Warsaw Itinerary 2 Days | 2 Days in Warsaw: TripHobo

Tourism Beginning To Profit From Its ‘Dark Side’; Irish Examiner

The appeal of vacations linked to sites connected to death, destruction and atrocities is a fast growing global sector known as ‘dark tourism’.

Source: Tourism Beginning To Profit From Its ‘Dark Side’