We ended our Day 3 and 1st round of exploration of Krakow with our Exploration of Wadowice Day 4 started with us checking out from our comfortable and filled with memories stay in the 19th century apartment in Krakow. We head to the Bus Terminal for our bus journey to our next stop, Wroclaw.
Day 3 started with an exciting exploration of Wieliczka Salt Mine, UNESCO World Heritage Site. Ending the morning with hearty lunch of polish food and pizza. Next, we took about 1 hour drive to Wadowice, the city best known for being the birthplace of Pope John Paul II. Wadowice is located about 50 km southwest of Krakow, … More Beautiful Poland : Exploration of Wadowice
Ending our exciting and educational Day 2 exploring the Wooden Churches of Poland, we started our Day 3 early once again with another super exciting day of exploration. We got picked up from our accommodation early, thanks to the arrangement by hellocracow. Our tour for the day started with a 30 minutes drive to Wieliczka Salt Mine, … More Beautiful Poland : Visit to Wieliczka Salt Mine, UNESCO World Heritage Site
Ending our exploration of Saints Philip and James Church, Sekowa, off we go for the last Wooden Church of the day, St Paraskeva Church in Kwiatoń. Image Credit St Paraskeva Church is located in Kwiatoń, a village in Gorlice County, in the southern of Poland that is close to the border of Slovakia. It lies approximately 4 km east of Uscie Gorlickie, … More Beautiful Poland : Wooden Church Tour – St Paraskeva Church, Kwiatoń
Ending our exciting exploration of St. Michael Archangel’s Church in Binawora, we took another 20 minutes drive to Sekowa for our next Wooden Church Exploration. Sekowa is a historical village in the rural area under the Gorlice County district that is on the Polish Slovak border. It is approximately 17 kilometres south-east of Gorlice and about 105 … More Beautiful Poland : Wooden Church Tour – Saints Philip and James Church, Sekowa
Ending our exploration of St. Leonard’s Church, back into the van we go…. for our 1 hour journey to our next destination….. St. Michael Archangel’s Church located in Binarowa. St. Michael Archangel’s Church, Kosciol Sw. Michala Archaniola in Polish a Gothic Wooden Church that is located in Binarowa Village that is located about 115 km southeast of Krakow.
After a good night rest following an exciting Day 1 Travel in Krakow, refreshed, we are all ready for our exciting Day 2. We engaged Poland Active for our Wooden Church Tour, a day excursion visiting 4 exciting and beautiful Wooden Churches of Poland that are filled with many different history and culture. Our day started with our … More Beautiful Poland : Wooden Church Tour – St. Leonard’s Church
Following our earlier adventure : Exploring Kleparz neighbourhood, Krakow, we finally found Galeria, the shopping mall around the area. After lunch in Galeria and obtaining our sim card, which turns out really reasonable, only about USD10 for a sim card to be used up to 30 days and 10GB data with free calls and sms within … More Beautiful Poland – Exploration of the Old Town Square (Stare Miastro)
Almost 20 hours, 2 transits through different country, we finally arrived in Krakow for our Summer Vacation 2018. It was indeed a tiring journey for us as this is the longest flight journey that most of us have taken to date, myself inclusive. Poland, officially known as Republic of Poland is located in Central Europe, … More Beautiful Poland : Exploring Kleparz neighbourhood, Krakow
Ending our exciting exploration of Andong Hahoe Folk Village [UNESCO World Heritage] (안동 하회마을) we head off next to our last planned stop for this trip in Andong, Byeongsanseowon Confucian Academy (병산서원).