If you only have time to visit one city in Poland, make it Krakow. This city is rich in culture and history, it has beautiful architecture, it’s super cheap and it’s fun. Krakow also has interesting and key places to visit nearby, one of them being the hard to digest but not to be skipped, Auschwitz. Below I outline the best things to do in Krakow, as well as accommodation and transportation tips.
Krakow Bucket List: Things To Do
Explore Krakow’s Old Town
Make this the first thing you do. As soon as I got to Krakow I did a free walking tour of the Old Town. The tour guide was super knowledgeable and took us to many beautiful sites including the Main Market Square & St Mary’s church, Cloth Hall and Townhall Tower, the remains of medieval city walls with Barbican and St Florian Gate, St Francis Church, Bishop’s Palace, the Papal Window, Wawel Hill, Wawel Castle and Wawel Dragon.
I ended up doing a bunch of free tours in Krakow with the same company, they always had Polish guides which made a lot more authentic.
What up? Vegan for over three years and London expert here. This is the ultimate guide of London’s best vegan restaurants (and vegan friendly) restaurants in the capital. If I’m missing any new ones, let me know.
Best Vegan Restaurants In Balham, London
Wicked Vegan serve delicious vegan burgers, baps and wraps. Their patties are made from scratch!
So many people told me they didn’t like Bangkok. Ok, I do find everywhere I go worthwhile and interesting, I can’t lie. There are very few places where I’d be like, don’t go. But Bangkok? I absolutely loved it! I found it interesting, clean and not as chaotic as many people put it. I spent approximately four days there and enjoyed every second. It’s a big city, that has everything big cities have: great cafes & restaurants from all cuisines and for all dietary restrictions, culture, art, nightlife, amazing shopping, markets, etc. Team that up with gorgeous temples, cheap mango shakes – or well – cheap everything and you have good times guaranteed. These are the most exciting things to do in Bangkok.
Having done a collaboration for Femme Luxe in the past, I got approached by them again to make a festive outfit collaboration for the 2019/2020 holiday season! Although this is a collaboration please know that all these opinions are my own, and that I only chose to work with Femme Luxe because I liked partnering with them the last time around.
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I used the items I got last time quite a lot and gots lot of compliments on them as well so was really looking forward to collaborating with Femme Luxe again. I was originally deterred by the slinky style and appearance of their website but some of their stuff is really good. I just avoid the bodycon dresses as I don’t wear those. Nothing against them, it’s just not my style.
I chose two quite festive outfits and two other more day-to-day items: one beautiful red jumpsuit, a baby doll mini dress, beige high waist trousers and a ruffle white bodysuit.