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Kraków's Revolution

As the government returns seized palaces and flats to aristocrats, Poland's second city is undergoing a quiet revolution. But, Peter S. Green wonders, can the...

Reinventing the Hilton Hotel

A pioneer for nearly a century, Hilton is ready for its next act: a new hotel in Gdańsk, Poland.

Snakes (Almost) on a Plane: TSA Finds 821 Firearms, Chainsaw, and Slithering Reptiles in Carry-Ons

"Whaaaaaaaaaat?" That's what I said to myself after reading this piece by Gizmodo who reported via the Transportation Security Administration's blog, that since January 1st, TSA agents have...

Kraków After Dark

With electrifying lounges, restaurants, and clubs, this bohemian city has become the nighthawk’s destination of choice. T+L takes you on a tour.

Warsaw's Emergence

After years behind the Iron Curtain, Warsaw is emerging as one of Europe's cutting-edge capitals.

Europe's Secret Hot Spots

These under-the-radar European beach towns, wine regions, and lake districts are just waiting to be discovered.

Beautiful Fall Foliage Around the World

Colorful foliage photos highlight the best of what nature has to offer.

T+L Reports: Warsaw Reborn

Warsaw's heart-of-downtown thoroughfare, Nowy Swiat ("New World" in Polish), is finally embracing its name. After years of decline, its dilapidated storefronts are giving way to...

Driving the Road to the European Union

This month, four Eastern-bloc countries will join the European Union. On a drive from Warsaw to Budapest, Jason Harper finds a culture eager for what's...

World's Worst Traffic Jams

Exploring these cities by car? Be prepared to sit through some serious traffic jams.
HOTELS

Hotel Pod Róza

Centuries-old Renaissance palace made for modern travelers, thanks to flat-screen TV’s, Wi-Fi, and a full-service gym that looks out onto the city’s medieval towers.  more ›


ACTIVITIES

Piotrkowska Street

iotrkowska Street—at nearly three miles, one of the longest commercial roads in Europe—is lined with more than 100 pubs and restaurants, their neon signs attracting a stylish urban crowd. more ›


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