The third and final stop on our week-long tour of Polish Christmas Markets was in Warsaw. How would the market in the Old Town compare to the Christmas Markets of Kraków and Wrocław?
Short photo stories to inspire your travels.
Visit Wroclaw, Poland, to celebrate Christmas with elegant decorations, amusement park rides, parades, mulled wine, plenty of delicious food and over 400 “revolting” dwarves.
Three days is barely enough time to sample all that Kraków offers: a beautiful Christmas market, great food (pierogis!), art, architecture and history from the 7th century until today.
Have you ever wondered if a peaceful protest can actually make a difference? On an August day in 1989, two million people in three countries peacefully protested. What happened?
Add modern, international cuisine to the traditional foods that were developed over thousands of years and what do you get? Lithuania, the next Foodie destination.
In Vilnius, the Christmas season begins in early December and ends January 6th. With two Christmas markets, a special video display, festively-decorated Vilnius embraces the holidays with gusto.