Travel With Bender

Uncovering the best family holidays

Poland

June 2014

In Central Europe, bordered by Germany, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Ukraine, and Belarus is Poland. Our journey took us to Poznan for a week. 

Poznan is one of the oldest and biggest cities in Poland. It has a rich history, cobblestone streets, old squares and a clock with butting goats. Join us! 

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    5 Restaurants In Poznan You Can’t Miss

    Poland

    You know we love our food and a stay in Poznan, Poland wouldn’t have been complete without visiting a few Polish favourites. We didn’t just stick to traditional food, but tried a few local fine-dining restaurants too. Find out more...

  • 7 Perfect Polish Foods You Have To Try

    7 Perfect Polish Foods You Have To Try

    Poland

    After nearly a month of food failures in Bulgaria we were excited to try Polish food. I had a friend back in Australia’s whose family used to cook up some awesome Polish dishes so you could say I had high expectations and a big craving. I wasn’t disappointed.

  • 10 Things To Do With Kids In Poznan, Poland

    10 Things To Do With Kids In Poznan, Poland

    Poland

    With a week to spend in what can only be described as a family hot spot, we never even had time to use our hotel pool. It was incredible how much there was to do in Poznan. But our favourite things to do in this rich and vibrant city were...

  • Why Poznan Could Quite Possibly Be Europe's Ultimate Family Destination

    Why Poznan Could Quite Possibly Be Europe's Ultimate Family Destination

    Poland

    Have you heard of it? Poznan is located in west-central Poland. Think Prague, without the millions of tourists and with a zillion more things to do. Poznan is one of the oldest and biggest cities in Poland. It has old world charm with its cobblestone streets, colourful burgher houses and an old town square. But it also is brimming with new possibilities and modern conveniences.