Late last year one of my friends text me to ask if I wanted to see Jessie Ware on her 2018 World Tour ‘Glasshouse’, and as I’ve been a fan of her music for a long time (and I have a massive girl crush on her) I jumped at the chance. Unfortunately though by the time we’d got ourselves sorted, tickets for all of her UK shows had sold out. “Well”, we thought, “why don’t we just make a trip of it?”. And so we found ourselves looking at the host of European cities she was playing and scouring websites for good deals. Eventually we plumped for Warsaw as none…
If you’re looking for somewhere special to eat or drink in Lublin, Poland, then I recommend one of the following restaurants or cafes
About an hour’s drive South East from Lublin lies the old city of Zamość, a nearly perfectly preserved example of an ‘ideal’ renaissance town.
Behind the rusting barbed wire of the State Museum of Majdanek still stands many of the barracks and guard towers from its time as a Nazi concentration and extermination camp. Today these tell the stories of the 150,000 people who passed through its gates.
Ever heard of Lublin, Poland? Until recently, me neither, and it probably wouldn’t have come onto my radar had it not been for randomly winning a trip there!
If you’re looking for an afternoon tea venue steeped in history, then you can’t beat a visit to Hotel Bristol, a Luxury Collection Hotel in the heart of Warsaw.
Sizzling vietnamese food, classic cakes and decadent hot chocolate: Keri shares her favourite places to eat and drink in Warsaw...