If you are a vegetarian traveling to Poland, you will quickly notice that most traditional dishes rely heavily on pork and sausages. And although I’m not a vegetarian myself, the amount of meat in Polish food was too much for me too. I do enjoy a good meat, but don’t feel like eating it every day is essential. Even if it is possible to make some traditional Polish dishes like bigos or golabki vegetarian, they kinda lose some authenticity without meat. This is why I prefer to stick to the dishes that are traditionally vegetarian. For all the veggie foodies out there, here is the list of the best Polish dishes to try on your trip to Poland.
So you are going to one of the most beautiful and most visited Polish cities and only have 24 hours to spend there. How much can you see in Krakow in one day? You will be happy to hear that you can actually see a lot! Krakow is not a big city and even in such a limited time, you can easily explore it on foot. If you are not planning to leave the historical part there is no need to use public transport. The distances between all the places listed below are around 15-20 minutes walking. And besides, walking in Krakow is a part of the experience because the city can boast of having some amazing architecture.
Except for the Christmas time, winter is my least favourite season to travel. Days are short, temperatures are low and the sun doesn’t shine every day – this is what I’ve been repeating for a long time until I got tired of my own complaints. The weather is something we can not control and the only way to stay sane is to change an attitude towards it instead. Winter travel can be enjoyable even if you don’t like cold weather like me. All you need is good preparation and your trip will be as awesome as in any other season. Here are some tips how you can make the most of your winter vacation.
Flixbus is the biggest company offering long-distance bus service all over Germany and is rapidly expanding its network in Europe. Unlike Deutsche Bahn, Flixbus offers affordable tickets and is therefore especially attractive to young people.
Over the past year, I had a love-hate relationship with Flixbus. At first, I was really happy to find such a cheap way to travel in Germany and small problems didn’t seem to bother me much. The more I traveled with Flixbus, the more disadvantages I started to notice. At one point I was so disappointed with their service that I said I would never use them again. After a while I started traveling with Flixbus in Germany again, but only when it fits my travel plans the best. Here is some information I wish I knew before I started traveling in Germany with Flixbus.
In the country famous for its Wurst (sausages), how does one survive as a vegetarian? It might come as a surprise to many, but finding vegetarian food in Germany is easier than you think. Even though meat is still a big part of traditional German cuisine, vegetarianism and veganism are on the rise in Germany. You won’t have problems finding vegetarian food in stores and when eating out. There are lots of ethnic restaurants offering vegetarian food in Germany. But if you want to try traditional German food, you also don’t have miss out as a vegetarian. There are enough traditional vegetarian German dishes for you to try. Here is the list of the most delicious vegetarian food in Germany:
When I was already about to start thinking that I am running out of ideas for one-day trips, my boyfriend suggested going to Aescher-Wildkirchli Berggasthaus. I remember seeing the photo of this place a long time ago but I didn’t even consider putting it on my bucket list. That time I was living in Ukraine and Switzerland seemed so far away. This is another opportunity to say – “dreams come true” and this is how mine came true last weekend.
Lauterbrunnen is one of the most beautiful places that I visited in Switzerland and I recommend everyone to include a visit to Lauterbrunnen when planning a Switzerland itinerary. There are many interesting things to do in Lauterbrunnen and area around. You can do a day trip to Lauterbrunnen from Interlaken, Lucerne or even Zurich. Or you can choose Lauterbrunnen village as your base location and do day trips to explore the places nearby.