Sasha Vasilyuk is an award-winning Russian-American writer whose articles on culture, travel and business have been published in Harper’s Bazaar, Newsweek, USA Today, Huffington Post, Los Angeles Times, and Reed among others.
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. Read more »about: A Hop, Skip & A Jump: Cultural Day Trips from Warsaw
If you ask Polish Jews living in Warsaw, Kraków or Wrocław about the revival of their communities, they’ll tell you that’s old news. But for anyone who isn’t a member or is visiting Poland from abroad, the fact that there is a small, but thriving Polish Jewish community is a surprising revelation. Read more »about: Polish Jews are Alive and Well
The traditional Polish wedding is no longer what it used to be. For centuries, a wedding in Poland was a two or three-day affair that included many unique traditions. But globalisation and social media have begun to change the way many Polish couples plan this important day of their lives… Read more »about: Polish Weddings: Then & Now