POLISH EASTER IS YUMMY: SEE WHAT WE EAT AND WHY [+DELISH RECIPE] It usually takes us Poles by surprise. We barely manage to get rid of a Christmas tree while another important holiday is already there… Easter! Time to celebrate once again. And this festive season is actually even more important than Christmas. Most […]
„You praise what is foreign not knowing your own” is a popular Polish saying (and, originally, a quote from a Polish poet) and we can’t think of a phrase that could work better as a tagline for our culinary travel around the country. When browsing through must-visit places in Poland you’ll surely come across Krakow,
It’s the first time we’re posting our foodie recommendations for Tricity (Gdańsk – Sopot – Gdynia) so we thought it might be a good idea to start with a few evergreens. Some of the places have been around for years, others have made it to our top within a couple of months. All in all,
‘Travelling through Poland is awesome. This is truly beautiful! We have to show it to others!’ This is what you could hear us shout when we were coming back from Krakow 2 years ago after launching the second branch of Eat Polska. It is 2016 now and we’re lucky to have a team of guides big enough to allow some of us to leave the cities and explore regions of Poland that have lured us forever. This is how we (Beata and Michał) have recently spent a week village-and-palace-hopping in Dolny Śląsk (Lower Silesia) which is one of the most mesmerizing regions of Poland you absolutely mustn’t miss when visiting our country.