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A piece by Berlin-based artist Thorsten Goldberg at the Centre of Polish sculpture in Orońsko, photo: Piotr Polak/PAP

Warsaw has plenty of culture to offer, no matter what Krakowians may like to tell you. From opera to experimental theatre to klezmer music concerts and photography exhibits, it’s hard to get bored in the capital. But if you’re itching to get out of town and see something beyond Warsaw’s walls, here are four worthwhile day trips for your every cultural whim.

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I was born in Warsaw mural, wall of the public library on Lipowa Street in Warsaw, photo: Bartłomiej Zborowski / PAP

‘I went alone on a walk towards the Wisła. It has such a charm, that I cannot even begin to describe it.’ Marie Curie-Skłodowska wrote these words just two years before her death. Culture.pl wanders the streets of Warsaw in search of links to the Nobel Prize-winning scientist.

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Czerwony Rower, Warszawa, photo. Adam Stępień / AG

What can people on a budget have for a cheap and filling lunch in Warsaw? Well, a lot more than just pizza, hamburgers or take-away noodles. Culture.pl shows you where to eat a decent lunch for less than 20 Polish zloty, while broadening your culinary horizons and enjoying new tastes at the same time.

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The Kołobrzeg stronghold, photo: Wojciech Wojcik / Forum

The European Council’s Cultural Routes are guideposts in the search for the common history, heritage, and identity of the Old Continent. There are more than thirty of them, and we have selected six of the most interesting ones which are partly located in Poland. Ready for a journey through time and space?

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