Poland in January: tips for making the most of your winter in Poland Weather in Poland in January January is the coldest month in Poland. The average temperature in January in Poland is -1,5°C / 30,2°F. The average rainfall level in Poland in January is 37 mm. The Polish name for January – styczeń –…

Winter illuminations in Poland: six beautiful holiday light displays in Poland During the wintertime season, many parks in Poland transform after dark into a magical world of lights, giving you the opportunity to spend time outdoors, walking in winter festive scenery. We take you through six places across Poland where you can cut yourself off from everyday matters and…

Unexpected Places to Experience a Winter Wonderland in Poland Poland may not be the first place that comes to mind when you imagine a winter wonderland, but give it a chance to surprise you. Poland is a country filled with diverse natural landscapes including calm seas, endless forests, and towering peaks. In the wintertime, each…

Maria Oskroba of Pierogi and More cooking school in Warsaw shares her granny Helena’s best pierogi hacks and gives 10 reasons why (almost) everyone loves Polish dumplings The word PIEROGI (pronounced: pyeh-RROH-ghee) derives from an old proto-Slavic word “pir” meaning a feast or merry gathering. No wonder pierogi is a highlight of a traditional Sunday family dinner…

Poland in December: tips for making the most of your winter in Poland Weather in Poland in December In 2020, astronomical winter begins on December 21 with the winter solstice – it’s the day with the fewest hours of sunlight in Poland in the whole year. On a positive note – starting from December 22, the days in Poland get…

Christmas Markets in Poland Due to the coronavirus pandemic, Christmas markets in the largest Polish cities have been canceled and will not be held in the 2020/2021 season. Below you will find photos and information about Christmas markets in Poland in the previous season. 2019/2020 winter season Poland is already getting into the holiday spirit.…

Best castles in Poland to add to your Polish travel bucket list Visiting castles is like diving into Polish history – return to the past of kings, wars, alliances. They are the perfect background for photos and souvenirs from travels around Poland, but they can also be a living history lesson. Here fantasy novels get real, often taking us…