Poland, Warsaw

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Warsaw is the place of birth of famous Polish composer Frederic Chopin. No wonder why you'll find his name all over the place in Warsaw :) Hotels, restaurants, magazine, they are all using Chopin's name! :)

Warsaw is the place of birth of famous Polish composer Frederic Chopin. No wonder why you'll find his name all over the place in Warsaw :) Hotels, restaurants, magazine, they are all using Chopin's name! :)

The Warsaw Barbican is a fortified outpost that separates the Old and the New Town of the city. It has been completely restored after the WWII, but initially it was built in the 16th century to protect the city. You can walk along the walls and the view towards the city are quite spectacular. Totally recommend to go there at sunset, the light is amazing!

The Warsaw Barbican is a fortified outpost that separates the Old and the New Town of the city. It has been completely restored after the WWII, but initially it was built in the 16th century to protect the city. You can walk along the walls and the view towards the city are quite spectacular. Totally recommend to go there at sunset, the light is amazing!

Now what do you know, no one needs to carry the map anymore :) We just have it on the @bookletta bag cover and tadaaa, everyone is happy :) Our Romanian designers are so creative, aren't they? :) We just love supporting and promoting our Romanian values all around the world and Rusanda Cojocaru, the creator of this beauty, totally deserves our appreciation as she is such a talented designer! :)

Now what do you know, no one needs to carry the map anymore :) We just have it on the @bookletta bag cover and tadaaa, everyone is happy :) Our Romanian designers are so creative, aren't they? :) We just love supporting and promoting our Romanian values all around the world and Rusanda Cojocaru, the creator of this beauty, totally deserves our appreciation as she is such a talented designer! :)

A quarter of Warsaw's surface is covered with green spaces and lovely parks. One of these is Ogrod Krasinskich, quite close to the New Town (few minutes walking). We got there by mistake, on our way to Palace of Culture and Sciences, and we totally loved the imposing castle seen in the center of the park.

A quarter of Warsaw's surface is covered with green spaces and lovely parks. One of these is Ogrod Krasinskich, quite close to the New Town (few minutes walking). We got there by mistake, on our way to Palace of Culture and Sciences, and we totally loved the imposing castle seen in the center of the park.

Probably the most renowned landmark in Warsaw, the Palace of Culture and Science was Stalin's "gift" to Polish people. Even though the building is not so appreciated by the locals (as it reminds them of the communist period), tourists do like it very much, as it is quite impressive. 231 meters tall (it is actually the highest building in Poland!), it now houses several museums, a swimming pool, a cinema, some theaters and a panoramic terrace on the 30th floor.

Probably the most renowned landmark in Warsaw, the Palace of Culture and Science was Stalin's "gift" to Polish people. Even though the building is not so appreciated by the locals (as it reminds them of the communist period), tourists do like it very much, as it is quite impressive. 231 meters tall (it is actually the highest building in Poland!), it now houses several museums, a swimming pool, a cinema, some theaters and a panoramic terrace on the 30th floor.

Lody is actually the Polish ice cream. Which is great, by the way! Quite different from the famous Italian gelato, lody is a bit more creamy and lighter. And you can add all kind of weird topics on it (weird and colorful :D). Perhaps not the healthiest street food you can have in Warsaw, but definitely the most popular! Everyone has a lody ice cream while wandering the streets of the Old Town :)

Lody is actually the Polish ice cream. Which is great, by the way! Quite different from the famous Italian gelato, lody is a bit more creamy and lighter. And you can add all kind of weird topics on it (weird and colorful :D). Perhaps not the healthiest street food you can have in Warsaw, but definitely the most popular! Everyone has a lody ice cream while wandering the streets of the Old Town :)

Poles are really good when it comes to ceramics and pottery! They do these gorgeous bowls and vessels by hand, by extremely skilled craftsmen. The designs can be so different and colorful, that is hard to decide on only one model :)

Poles are really good when it comes to ceramics and pottery! They do these gorgeous bowls and vessels by hand, by extremely skilled craftsmen. The designs can be so different and colorful, that is hard to decide on only one model :)

The Old Town Market is one of the most colorful markets you'll find in Europe! Although the buildings have been renovated after the WWII (when the city was destroyed almost completely), they kept the initial architecture (just a few changes). The square is full of nice terraces, flowers,restaurants and the atmosphere is extremely pleasant! People singing Polish songs, eating the traditional pierogi or enjoying a tasty lody,tourists all over the place, all this hustle and bustle is so…

The Old Town Market is one of the most colorful markets you'll find in Europe! Although the buildings have been renovated after the WWII (when the city was destroyed almost completely), they kept the initial architecture (just a few changes). The square is full of nice terraces, flowers,restaurants and the atmosphere is extremely pleasant! People singing Polish songs, eating the traditional pierogi or enjoying a tasty lody,tourists all over the place, all this hustle and bustle is so…

The Old Town Market is one of the most colorful markets you'll find in Europe! Although the buildings have been renovated after the WWII (when the city was destroyed almost completely), they kept the initial architecture (just a few changes). The square is full of nice terraces, flowers,restaurants and the atmosphere is extremely pleasant! People singing Polish songs, eating the traditional pierogi or enjoying a tasty lody,tourists all over the place, all this hustle and bustle is so…

The Old Town Market is one of the most colorful markets you'll find in Europe! Although the buildings have been renovated after the WWII (when the city was destroyed almost completely), they kept the initial architecture (just a few changes). The square is full of nice terraces, flowers,restaurants and the atmosphere is extremely pleasant! People singing Polish songs, eating the traditional pierogi or enjoying a tasty lody,tourists all over the place, all this hustle and bustle is so…

Warsaw is often called the Phoenix City, as it has this amazing capability to recover and revive itself. Think about the WWII and all the efforts to reconstruct this city from scratch! But we would say that it could easily be called The Flower City, as there are plenty of flowers everywhere! Terraces, buildings, souvenir shops, flowers are everywhere in Warsaw!

Warsaw is often called the Phoenix City, as it has this amazing capability to recover and revive itself. Think about the WWII and all the efforts to reconstruct this city from scratch! But we would say that it could easily be called The Flower City, as there are plenty of flowers everywhere! Terraces, buildings, souvenir shops, flowers are everywhere in Warsaw!

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