Poland Travel Photos
Last summer I spent few days in Poland, primarily in the capital city of Warsaw but also checking out a little bit of the renaissance old town of Poznań. In my brief stay here I met some incredibly friendly Poles, got to taste some delicious food in old Soviet-era milk bars, and biked through various neighbourhoods of Warsaw. It was an incredibly fun trip. Checkout my pictures below:
Many of the old buildings in Poland that were destroyed in the World War 2 have been masterfully restored, and gives us a glimpse into how the cities might have looked before they fell to bombs and tanks.
I visited Poznań on a day trip en-route from Berlin to Warsaw. The old city is fairly compact and a day is sufficient to check it out.
Warsaw, the capital of Poland, is a vibrant city with great food, nightlife, and neighbourhoods with striking personalities. It is easy to spend many days here checking out various sights, museums, cafes, old quarters, and simply walking around. I rented a bicycle to go to farther places of interest around the city.
Eating in Poland is delightful. There are old Soviet-style cafeterias serving cheap and efficient food, contemporary restaurants with more fusion type cuisine, and tons of street food options as well. Never away from a beer and a kielbasa sausage.
I’m fascinated by trains, bridges, and public transit in general. That’s the sole reason this section exists.