Giada Pappalardo is an Italian blogger, who visited Krakow for a few days back in February. We took the opportunity and recommended the best places to show Krakow’s variety of cultures and vibes. We talked to Giada and asked her about the trip – what did she see, what did she love and what surprised her. Read on to see her impression of Krakow.
You may, or may not, have heard of this most recent growing trend. If you have then you probably watch Netflix. If you haven’t then you are probably sat there wondering what on earth Dark Tourism can possibly be. Let’s start at the very beginning. The dictionary definition of ‘dark tourism’ is; dark tourism noun tourism that involves travelling to places associated with death and suffering. Ok. So now we know what it is, but the question remains. Is it ethical? Moral? Right? Well that could be debated for a long time, it is not for me to say whether it is or it isn’t. What I can do though is show and tell you about the history and the places that dark tourists want to visit. So, here goes. Rich In History We as a species have forever been morbidly fascinated with all things related to death. Go back to the Roman Empire and the Gladiator arenas. Think about the crowds of people that used to gather to watch an execution. Even today, in …
On Sunday 2nd September 2018 Bidroom entered a total of three teams into the Krakow Business Run 2018. Each team consisted of five people, each of whom had to run 3.8Km as quickly as they could.
Krakow is famous for a lot of things. The architecture, Jazz, Pierogi (dumplings), the diversity and the wonderful multicultural environment to name but a few. But did you know that Krakow offers a whole host of options for vegetarians and vegans looking for delicious food served fresh daily, at good prices and sometimes with an unexpected twist. Here I will try to outline and highlight the best places to eat as a Vegetarian and/or Vegan.
Valentine’s Day is officially here. While it is one of the most romantic days of the year, it can cause problems. Everything you look at while gift-shopping is perfect, but you can’t choose the best gift? We are here you to help you with it. What do you say to Valentine’s Day trip?
Recently, we expanded our team, which led to a need for a bigger office. We moved part of our team to a new wing of the same building, but this time with a very special view. We can now admire the Main Square of Krakow from our windows. It is truly a spectacular view and a very special place in Europe. That’s why today, we’ve decided to introduce you to this gorgeous place.
Krakow, “The City of Kings”. Once a capital of Poland, now its cultural centre, is known for the gorgeous castle, gothic and baroque churches, fascinating museums, and the 13th-century main square voted the best public space in the World. It is typically associated with old buildings and stories of the past. However, Krakow is way more than just a dream destination for the history geeks. Something many people do not expect is its vibrant street art scene.
Poland is a beautiful country all year round, but there is something about Spring that makes it unusually beautiful. And since the “long weekend” is coming up in this gorgeous country we want to introduce you a few ideas for a spring tour around this wonderful country. Tatry The highest mountains of Poland are by many considered the most beautiful ones. Not only there are many beautiful towns in the area of the Tatra Mountains (especially Zakopane, which attracts tourists 365 days a year), but the mountains themselves are absolutely gorgeous, especially in the spring when multicolored flowers are starting to blossom. Especially beautiful is Chochołowska Valley, where in May thousands of purple crocuses attract hundreds of tourists! Kraków One of the most beautiful cities in Poland has been delighting visitors for ages, and in the spring it takes on some extraordinary charm that makes it even more beautiful. Wawel Castle, the Vistula river, the Main Market Square and all the small streets where you can get lost are captivating and put …