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.
Around over two hours from London by car, the Jurassic Coast makes a wonderful day or weekend trip from London if you are looking for stunning seaside views and cute towns.
Wait! Jurassic Coast? Am I going to see dinosaurs?
You wish! The 154km long Jurassic Coast is a World Heritage Site on the English Channel coast of southern England. It spans from Exmouth in East Devon to Studland Bay in Dorset.
Why is it called Jurassic Coast? Well, this site has around 185 million years of geological history. Erosion in the coast has exposed rock formations from the Triassic, Jurassic and Cretaceous periods, and this is why it is a World Heritage Site. The fossils of the various creatures who lived here have been preserved in the rocks. You can actually see sea shells, and who knows what else, encrusted in them.
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 vegan restaurants in London, please let me know in the comments section below.
Best Vegan Restaurants In Balham, London
Wicked Vegan serve delicious vegan burgers, baps and wraps. Their patties are made from scratch!
This time around on my collaboration with Femme Luxe I chose some party pieces!
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I started with the Black Organza One Shoulder Sleeve Crop Top – Milo. This attention grabbing Black Organza One Shoulder Sleeve Crop Top can be matched with party trousers, black trousers or even high waisted jeans depending if you want to dress it up or down.
I decided to match them with another item I chose from the collection: Black & Pink Sparkle Stripe Wide Leg Trousers – Quinn. The trousers are super snazzy and they look amazing although they have many flaws. First they were way too big, second, they kept losing glitter to levels unimaginable. The owners of the cars I sat on using those trousers were definitely not happy; I wouldn’t recommend you buy them at all for this reason unless you plan to use them for a disco night and then throwing them away.
Next, I chose the Black Mesh Sleeve Cuffed Crop Top – Magnolia made with transparent fabric and puff sleeves as well as a lovely cleavage. I’m always a size 8 and I kind of struggled with this one when I bought it, I could only start wearing it when I happened to lose 2 kilos so be careful with the size. The top is beautiful and can also be dressed up or down depending on the occasion. Definitely an attention grabber too.
Last I chose the Black Iridescent Plunge Puff Sleeve Bodysuit – Samia which I knew was going to be a winner! This bodysuit top was just gorgeous in pictures and is also in real life. Its cleavage is extremely original and sexy and the fabric is certainly special too! Certainly can be dressed up or down but must be worn with high waisted items as it has black fabric towards the the groin area which would show on lower waisted items.
Well, this was another successful Femme Luxe haul although it’s the first time I don’t recommend one of the items from them although I did like all of the others. I’ve only had good experiences in the past. Hope you enjoyed and see you on the next haul!
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