One of my favourite places in the Lake District is the beautiful little town of Ambleside. Nestled on the northern tip of lake Windermere, this place has everything you need to dust away the cobwebs and enjoy some quality me time. Whether you want to spend your time relaxing in a fancy hotel spa, to rambling around the many beautiful walking routes on offer, the area has something for everyone.
Only 14km from the city of Krakow you will find one of Poland’s most visited attractions, the Wieliczka Salt Mine. Be amazed at the sheer scale of the place as well as the amazing detail in the chambers that include chapels with altarpieces and figures, while others are adorned with statues and monuments, there is even an underground lake. The following article tells you everything you need to know to make the most of a trip to this interesting and unusual tourist attraction!
Krakow is the second largest city in Poland and one of its oldest with parts dating back to the 7th century. It’s easy to see why tourists flock to this beautiful city, The historic centre is filled with colourful streets all leading off the huge main square Rynek Glówny, it has an abundance of amazing budget friendly restaurants and so many historic sights.
The Lake District in England is one of the UK’s most popular tourist destinations. It’s easy to see why, picturesque lakes surrounded by rolling hills, mountains and forests, as well as charming villages and an abundance of wildlife. Windermere is the star attraction, being the largest lake in England measuring ten and a half miles long, is it renowned for its multitude of water sports, outdoor activities and beautiful rural walking trails. The following post will give you what I think the perfect 3 day itinerary to get the best out of a first time visit to this beautiful part of the world!
Wroclaw is one of Poland’s most beautiful cities. The city in recent years has started to grow its international profile drawing in thousands of visitors each day that flock to see the cities beautiful architecture, picturesque squares, historic cathedrals and warm hospitality.
However the city has another attraction not like any other I’ve ever seen. It’s the hundreds of tiny gnomes or dwarfs that you can find dotted all over the city! These Wroclaw Gnomes or Krasnales as they are called locally have become a tourist attraction themselves with more and more popping up around the city each year!
Wroclaw is such a beautiful city that you could really spend days just wandering around getting lost in its cobbled streets, checking out all the fabulous architecture. I myself found the city a wonderful place to slowly wander exploring all its side streets and checking out many of its amazing churches and historic buildings as well as keeping an eye out for Wroclaw’s most famous attraction, the hundreds of little bronze gnomes scatted around the city! However the city has so much more to offer, here’s my recommendations for the best things to do in Wroclaw, Poland.