Camping in Gdansk

Camping in Gdansk

If you come to Gdansk during a long trip, it is possible that you have a tent with you and would like to put it up somewhere to save some money. Unfortunately, it is not possible to put up your tent wherever you want, you need to look for official camping in Gdansk.

St Dominic’s Fair in Gdansk in 2020

St Dominic’s Fair in Gdansk is one of the biggest commercial open-air events in Europe. It was established in 1260 by Pope Alexander IV, and since then has been annually organized in the streets of Gdansk – with the short period of break during and after the Second World War. Until 2003 St. Dominic’s Fair started in August and lasted for two weeks. Since 2004, it starts on the last Saturday of July and lasts for three weeks.

The good and bad things about living in Warsaw

The good and bad things about living in Warsaw

Warsaw is the biggest and one of the most interesting cities in Poland and life in Warsaw may be interesting as well. Its centre becomes a modern business centre, but its Old Town reminds of the history it went through.

Mevo - bike station in the of centre Gdansk

Mevo – Public bike system in Gdansk

Mevo – public bike system in Gdansk was launched in March 2019 and is still supposed to develop. So far there are only 30% of the bikes available and the system is suffering from initial setbacks, but once put in its full operating capacity, it is going to be a great complement to the public transport in Gdansk.

Public transport in Cracow - local train

Getting from Krakow airport to city centre

Krakow has only one airport  – Balice John Paul the Second Airport. It is located about 10 kilometres west of the city centre and is very well-connected by public transport. You can get from Krakow Airport to city centre in 20 minutes by train for about 2 EUR! Other Krakow airport to city centre transportation options are more expensive and less convenient.

Public transport in Krakow - tram

Public transport in Krakow

Krakow is one of the most polluted city in Poland, that’s why efficient public transport is crucial for keeping the level of pollution down. Public transport in Krakow consists of over 20 trams, over 60 urban buses and almost 70 suburban buses.