Szczecin

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While I was in Berlin we rented a car and drove across the border to Poland!

It was a short stay but meant we got to see a tiny bit of the country… which once again had really awesome architecture (and mega yummy cake).

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This was the biggest, purpliest, yummiest muffin I’ve ever had and it cost about 50p.

I’d like to explore more of Poland (Auschwitz, Krakow and Warsaw) so hit me up with your recommendations!

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8 thoughts on “Szczecin

  1. Hey, I totally recommend Krakow and Warsaw! They are both different in their own ways, but well worth visiting. You can learn a lot about the history there by doing the free walking tours. In and near Krakow, be sure to visit the Rynek Underground museum, the Wieliczka Salt Mine, and of course Auschwitz.

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    1. Szczecin at the first time I saw this city, is one of my favorite place in Poland. We could stay there for example in Dana Hotel, with great cousine and comfortable rooms and slowly explore this city. It is amazing, very climatic and we can meet there for sure many friendly people.

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