Around Poland

After the Guardian selected Warsaw's Powiśle district as among the top ten coolest neighbourhoods in Europe, we decided to take (...)

“Over the past dozen or so years, Rzeszów has become one of the most dynamically developing urban agglomerations in Poland. What (...)

Lublin is a leader in attracting international students, with almost 6500 foreign students calling the city their academic home in (...)

Bydgoszcz not only has the biggest city park in Poland but it's also the economic centre of Kuyavian-Pomeranian Voivodeship. The (...)

Wroclaw: the city of bridges and little islands at the Odra River.

Katowice is Poland's southern industrial hub, historically known for coal mining.

Gdynia is located in north-central Poland and it lies on the south coast of the Baltic Sea.

Poznań is located in west-central Poland, it lies close to the country's first capital.

Gdańsk is the home of Poland's shipbuilding industry and the birthplace of the Solidarność movement.

Poland Today sits down with Andrzej Bojanowski, Deputy Mayor of Economic Policy in the City Hall of Gdańsk, and Iwona (...)