Let yourself be surprised by Romania!

We are pleased to announce that Romania has officially become a partner country at the Tourism Fair held at Ptak Warsaw Expo. This important event opens new prospects for cooperation and promotion of Romanian tourist attractions on the Polish market.

Romania, rich in beautiful landscapes, cultural monuments and fascinating history, thus gains a unique opportunity to present its tourist potential before a wide audience of visitors to the fair at Ptak Warsaw Expo. This is an excellent opportunity to get to know the diversity of Romania’s tourist offer.
The Tourism Fair is an excellent place to promote Romania as an attractive travel destination, and this cooperation will benefit both Romania and Poland. We are confident that this partnership will strengthen ties between our countries and enable both sides to grow in the field of tourism.

We look forward to welcoming you on
NOVEMBER 23-25, 2023 for the 29th edition of the fair!

Ready for Boarding travel blog

Kamila and Pawel Florczak of the travel blog Ready for Boarding readyforboardingblog.com travel the world with their three children and showcase places that will inspire anyone to travel nearer and farther.

With their children, they visited, among others, China, Mexico, the United States, Morocco, Singapore, the Faroe Islands, the Azores and many more interesting places both in Poland and abroad. Authors of books and guides, including ‘Lodzkie dla każdego’ (Lodz for Everyone) and ‘104 attractions for children. Poland with an idea’, as well as many ebooks, including the ‘Family Travel’ series.

They will talk about their travels in the United States, as well as in Poland, during a lecture on Saturday, 25 November.

During their lecture “The West Coast of the United States – how to plan a trip and what to see locally?” they will take us on their tour of the west coast of the United States. We will see what is interesting to see in California, Arizona, Utah or Nevada. From the famous Las Vegas, San Francisco and Los Angeles to the beautiful and amazing National Parks with the Grand Canyon and Yellowstone at the forefront. And all this with three children. Can you? You can! You are very welcome!

During the lecture entitled “Our top 10 places in Poland to spend free time with a child During the lecture entitled “Our top 10 places in Poland to spend free time with a child”, they will talk about the best places in Poland, in their opinion, to spend free time with the whole family.

You are very welcome!

The "Polska dla dzieci!" app

The “Polska dla dzieci!” app is an excellent tool for families with young children who are planning exciting holidays or longer trips, not necessarily limited to the summer season. It is a modern solution that allows you to plan attractions outside the home, find local places with an offer dedicated to the youngest and, if necessary, find convenient accommodation or a pleasant restaurant for the whole family.

What can be found in the application “Polska dla dzieci”?

The app offers a wide selection of suggestions for attractions for children available throughout Poland, which is extremely easy to navigate. In addition to a variety of places worth visiting, the app provides information on restaurants and events that focus on entertainment for families with young children. If we are going on a longer trip outside our place of residence, “Polska dla dzieci!” helps to find a suitable place to stay.

Each location in the app is briefly described and includes a summary of available amenities and other relevant information, especially related to the needs of children. Contact numbers and reviews from other users are also available, allowing you to carefully consider your choice of attraction.

When using the app, attractions can be conveniently browsed based on their location, region, province or type of venue. Attributes to facilitate your search include categories such as:

  • the age of the children for whom the place is intended,
  • the availability of facilities such as changing tables, feeding areas, playgrounds, children’s corners, highchairs, child-friendly toilets, and much more,
  • the theme of the attraction,
  • availability for the whole day, even in bad weather, pet-friendliness and workshop offerings.

The app also offers the option to create your own map of favourite places, add new locations for free and plan routes to selected attractions using your smartphone’s navigation. This makes “Polska dla dzieci!” a versatile tool for planning amazing adventures with the little ones.

New places can be added to the “Polska dla dzieci!” app by anyone!

Despite its relatively short existence, the “Polska dla dzieci!” app already contains more than 300 added locations, and new places are regularly added, including by users. Each location is carefully vetted by the app’s administrators to ensure accurate descriptions and appropriate categorisation and attribution.

We encourage you to download the “Polska dla dzieci!” app to your smartphones today. For more information and access to the Google Play and App Store, visit the app’s website. Join us and discover Poland together with your children thanks to the “Polska dla dzieci!”.

About the project “Polska dla dzieci!”

“Polska dla dzieci!” is an initiative that supports families in planning attractive activities and trips around Poland. Through a website and dedicated app, “Polska dla dzieci!” provides a database of information about family-friendly places with children, enabling the creation of unforgettable adventures and memories in the company of loved ones. The app is available for Android and iOS platforms. For more information, visit the “Polska dla dzieci!” app website.

Karol Wójcicki

Karol Wójcicki

Passionate photographer of the night sky, populariser of astronomy, science journalist and TV presenter. Creator of the largest astronomical fanpage in Poland “With your head in the stars” on Facebook.

He travels all over the world in pursuit of solar eclipses, and spends two months a year behind the Arctic Circle hunting for auroras. At the same time, he loves to lie on the terrace at his home, watching for meteors falling from the sky.

He has turned his passion for astronomy into a way of life. He organised one of the largest joint observations of the night sky in the world (for 12 thousand people) and many other popular science events. Frequent guest on television and radio programmes.

Contributor to Gazeta Wyborcza. Hosted popular science programmes on Discovery Science and TVN Turbo. Teacher of astronomy at Eureka primary school. In the years 2008-2016, he was associated with the Copernicus Science Centre. Currently, he reveals the secrets of the Arctic to others during aurora sighting expeditions.

Winner of the Populizer of Science 2015 award granted by the Ministry of Science and Higher Education and the Polish Press Agency.

"PodróżoVanie" is Kasia and Lukasz

"PodróżoVanie" is Kasia and Lukasz

"PodróżoVanie" is Kasia and Lukasz

– a close-knit couple who have been living on the road for four years in a van they built themselves. At the beginning of their journey together, they followed a pattern quite familiar in the world of twentysomethings: they went abroad, developed careers, lived in a large and comfortable house and travelled in their free time. However, although they had a lot, there was still something missing, they did not feel fully happy. Deep down, they sensed that life had more to offer them than the pursuit of money or career advancement. In September 2017, they encountered the term ‘van life’ for the first time, and the deeper they went into the subject, the stronger they felt they had to experience first-hand what it was like to live on the road.

As they felt, so they did and a month later, PodróżoVanie was born. The decision was followed by a period of intensive reconstruction – first of their own life abroad, and then, on their return to Poland, of the car they had bought and turned it into a home. With their own efforts, they turned a large van, a Volkswagen LT35, into a home on wheels in just a few months. In May 2018, they settled in it permanently and started a new chapter, living on the road and celebrating freedom.

Since then, they have visited 36 countries, touring the length and breadth of Europe and a slice of Asia. Along the way, they have crossed the Arctic Circle, waved to Africa from the edge of Gibraltar, nearly lost their lives in the Alps, spent one of their first lockdowns on a lake in Portugal and their last in Turkey. They recount these and many other adventures in short vlogs published on YouTube and in recently published books, written on the journey by Kasia: ‘The Great Carriage’ and ‘The Road’.

Their channel features all sorts of advice on van life, car and campervan travel. The total number of views of their videos to date is more than 23 million and the number of regular subscribers is more than 125,000.
You can follow Kasia and Luke’s travels here: