A Local’s Guide to Warsaw, Poland

Poland, Warsaw Guide (B): A Local’s Guide to Warsaw, Poland

How do I have the expertise to write a local’s guide to Warsaw? Well many of you may not know that my family is Polish, and that I’m actually the first generation Australian out of hundreds of years of family history. Since I grew up in Australia and am a very proud Aussie, people often think I’m joking when I tell them I’m bilingual… until they hear me on the phone to my mum!

My parents made it very important for me to be brought up speaking the language and being immersed in the Polish culture. I used to hate being different from all the kids at school but now that I’m older I’ve become a lot more interested in learning about my roots. All the years of weekly polish lessons (oh the torture!) has paid off and it’s now very convenient to be able to travel to Poland and fluently communicate with locals without any problems.

I recently took a trip to Warsaw, the capital of Poland, to stay with my aunty and catch up with my dad who was there on holidays. My aunty grew up in Warsaw and has lived there for 60+ years so she showed me all around her beloved city. ...... (follow the instructions below for accessing the rest of this article).
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Guide Name: A Local’s Guide to Warsaw, Poland
Guide Location: Poland » Warsaw
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Article (B))
Author: Sandy Reading
Read it on author's website: https://www.britandtheblonde.com/poland/warsaw/
Sight(s) Featured in This Guide:
  • Palace of Culture
  • Old Town
  • Krakowskie Przedmieście
  • Łazienki Park
  • Multimedia Fountain
  • Arkadia Shopping Centre
  • Amrit Kebabs

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