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Wieliczka Salt Mine (Poland): Everything You Need to Know

If you travel just 25 minutes outside of Krakow, you will discover the world’s most visited underground tourist attraction. I know… on the surface a visit to a salt mine might not seem like the most exciting thing to do in Poland, but Wieliczka Salt Mine is different. Comprised of over 186 miles (300 km) … Read more

Visit Camp Nou Stadium: What to Expect at an FC Barcelona Match

FC Barcelona is one of the best futbol (soccer) teams in the world, and seeing them play at their home stadium, Camp Nou, was at the top of our list of things to do while visiting Barcelona. Camp Nou stadium is the largest stadium in Europe with a capacity of 99,354 people, making a Barca match … Read more

The Oldest Cocktail Bar in Barcelona: Boadas Cocktails

Tucked slightly off one of the most popular streets in the city, you’ll find what is said to be the oldest cocktail bar in Barcelona. Boadas Cocktails occupies a tiny corner on Las Ramblas and if you’re not paying attention, you’ll walk right by it. The small red door with simple lettering on the outside … Read more

Barri Gotic : A Guide to Exploring Barcelona’s Gothic Quarter

Barri Gotic aka Barcelona’s Gothic Quarter is one of the oldest and most historical neighborhoods in the city. In fact, some buildings and structures are still standing from the medieval and Roman times, dating back as far as 15B.C.  The area is lively and fun, and you could spend hours wandering through the narrow alleyways, getting … Read more

Schindler’s Factory Museum (Krakow, Poland) // A Visitor’s Guide

Oskar Schindler, an enamelware factory owner who saved over 1,200 Jews during WWII, is most well known thanks to the Academy Award winning film, Schindler’s List. Today, the infamous Schindler’s Factory is the site of a impactful Holocaust museum that is an important addition to any Krakow itinerary. Keep reading to discover what to expect … Read more

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