Poland, A Charm that Continues

In Sopot, everyone has a bicycle, eats on the streets and seems to be enjoying a lifestyle that would have suited me as well…

Poland is definitely worth at least 2 posts, not just because of the beauty of the country but also because of the laughs I had and the smiles I won’t forget…

Poland – Gdansk

I bet my brother wishes he was that guy somewhere hanging on a thread!

Poland – Sopot – the charming town we discovered

Poland – Sopot – the water seems cold

Poland – Sopot – Bicycle Time

Poland – Sopot – Haribo – Candy Stop

Poland – Sopot

Poland – Sopot – Lifestyle

Poland – Sopot

Warsaw’s Main Street Nowy Swiat

I can’t pass by a store like this and not share

Likus Concept Store in Warsaw! I liked it!

The Chopin Bronze Statue in the Royal Baths Park (Lazienki Park)

Stroll in Lazienki Park

The ones I love watching knowing they will never tell me everything

It’s super fun to fight with him and amazing to figure out what’s going on in his brain

Even though I spent  a great week in Poland, if I were to do it again or help a friend plan his/her trip to Poland I would first recommend he/she contacts Lea (from S Signature). I wish I did so before going, I’m sure she personally and S Signature (in an ideal world where I would be their client) could have planned a smarter itinerary…

I believe the result would have given something like this: (I’ve tried almost if not all the things mentioned here below, our schedule was just a bit messy)

- 2 nights in Warsaw in the beautiful Bristol Hotel

- 2 nights in Krakow in the Boutique Hotel Grodek (which is in the old town of Krakow)

- 2 nights in Sopot in either the Sheraton or The Sofitel (I didn’t sleep there but I’ve passed by them both; those two hotels are perfectly located, with a great view over the Baltic Sea)

In Warsaw I recommend to:

- Visit the Chopin museum and eat in Tamka 43 (right above)

- Have Polish Food in Dom Polski and U Fukiera

- Have Mediterranean food in trendy places like Nolita or Boathouse

- Have a luxurious diner in The Belvedere

- Have lunch in the small Foksal Street

- If you’re a patient person, stand in line for the Copernicus Museum (Science Center)

- Pass by the Likus Concept Store (In Bracka mall) and buy Polish accessories and food from there

- Bracka is a small mall with international brands. Still, I think it’s worth passing by there because it’s small and the choice is well done. (It’s a type of a small “Bon Marche” for those of you that like shopping in Paris)

  – Have a polish doughnut in the cafe A.Blikle (it survived 2 wars and communism)

- Visit the royal castle and the Chopin garden (Lazienki Park)

- Walk through the old town

- Visit the museum Powilon-X (an old prison)

But before doing all that, I recommend checking out this link: http://unlike.net/warsaw/guides/the-ten-best-things-to-do-in-warsaw

I found interesting stuff, that I did not have the chance to do… If you do, don’t forget to drop me a line.

Do zobaczenia wkrótce, (see you soon),

Soraya

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