SOME like it hot in the winter months, while for others it is festive snowy scenes that can brighten the Grinchiest of moods. So whether you would rather cosy up by the fire or don your cossie by the pool, Jacob Lewis has you covered as we list 21 winter breaks for 2021 when Covid’s all over.
Source: From sunbathing to skiing — top winter breaks for when Covid is all over
International experts will mark the 40th anniversary of adding the Historic Centre of Warsaw to the UNESCO’s World Heritage List during an online seminar to be held on October 21.
Source: Webinar to mark 40th anniversary of Warsaw’s Old Town’s UNESCO listing
Europe Travel for Christmas: An official list of beautiful European cities that will put on the best and safest Christmas markets for 2020.
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Malbork Castle in Poland is the largest castle in the world and the UNESCO gem. Click to learn all about visiting Malbork Castle.
Source: Visiting Malbork Castle, Poland – the Largest Castle in the World
Zamosc, Poland was designed as a perfect Renaissance town. Here you will find all about visiting Zamosc, a real UNESCO gem.
Source: Zamosc, Poland – a perfect Renaissance town and the UNESCO gem
It is exceedingly rare for Poland’s top-tier professional hockey league to receive any mention in North American media, let alone just as the NHL’s Stanley Cup playoffs are heating up.
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Poland’s spectacular salt mine is reopening is doors to visitors this weekend, after closing temporarily due to the coronavirus.
Source: Dazzling 13th century Wieliczka Salt Mine to reopen – and here’s a peek at what you’ve been missing!
The Wieliczka Salt Mine, near Krakow, was built during the 13th century and is entirely carved in salt. It contains 2,000 rooms, a breath-taking chapel, function chandeliers and a lake.
Source: A salt mine in Poland contains a chapel and chandeliers made of salt
Salt has been dug in Poland’s Wieliczka mine for 700 years. The UNESCO world heritage site boasts chapels, salt carvings, and underground lakes.
Source: Inside an ancient Polish salt mine that has underground lakes, fully carved chapels, and chandeliers made of salt
Facing down hungry socialist city planners, the Communist government of Poland based its rebuilding of Nazi-destroyed Warsaw Old Town on a painting by the nephew of a great artist.
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Discover the best things to see and do in Gdansk, Poland with Telegraph’s expert cruise port guide, including the best places to visit and where to eat and drink.
Source: A historically significant port city with a pretty old town – an expert guide to Gdansk
On a Viking voyage on the Baltic Sea, discover vibrant European capital cities, learn the history of Vikings, venture onward to Russia’s cultural capital and end the journey with Scandinavia’s natural wonders along the North Sea.
Source: 10 must-do excursions when cruising to Scandinavia and Russia
From Nordlingen in Germany to Óbidos in Portugal, here are some of the well-preserved medieval places to visit in Europe.
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Parks with city views, great-value restaurants and lesser-known museums rewarded our tipsters who wandered out of touristy city centres from Dublin to Budapest…
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One of Stephanie Parker’s top recommendations for a European city break, here’s 23 top things to do in Krakow – Poland’s best city – including 8 that are free!
Source: 23 Top Things to Do in Krakow, Inc. 8 That are Free!