Articles about Polish traditions

The most unusual spring traditions in Poland

The most unusual spring traditions in Poland

Author: Joanna Czarnecka, Publication date: 19 Mar 2019    0 Comments

The beginning of spring comes with a few unusual traditions in Poland such as Truant's Day or the "drowning of Marzanna". Have you heard of them? Read more

Eat like nobody's watching - Polish Carnival traditions

Eat like nobody's watching - Polish Carnival traditions

Author: Joanna Czarnecka, Publication date: 08 Jan 2019    0 Comments

Poland's karnawał may not be as big or lavish as the one in Rio de Janeiro, but it is certainly very tasty. Read more

5 things to do in Poland this autumn

5 things to do in Poland this autumn

Author: Ewelina Nurczyk, Publication date: 26 Sep 2018    0 Comments

Autumn presents Poland at its finest. Cities and countryside look great in golden, mauve and orange hue. Here are some ideas for fun activities in this beautiful season! Read more

Polish obsession with mushroom picking

Polish obsession with mushroom picking

Author: Ewelina Nurczyk, Publication date: 21 Aug 2018    0 Comments

Every country has its quirks and little traditions – in Poland we have our favourite autumn harvest, forest mushroom hunting! Have you tried this fun activity yet? Read more

Polish wedding guide

Polish wedding guide

Author: Ewelina Nurczyk, Publication date: 28 Jun 2018    0 Comments

What should foreigners expect while attending a wedding in Poland? Read more

Here is why Poland will win World Cup 2018

Here is why Poland will win World Cup 2018

Author: Ewelina Nurczyk, Publication date: 11 Jun 2018    0 Comments

Here are 5 reasons why the Polish team may win the most prestigious sports event in the world! Read more

Children's Day in Poland

Children's Day in Poland

Author: Ewelina Nurczyk, Publication date: 01 Jun 2018    0 Comments

1 June always marks a special day in the Polish calendar – Children’s Day. What to expect? Read more

Mother's Day in Poland

Mother's Day in Poland

Author: Ewelina Nurczyk, Publication date: 26 May 2018    0 Comments

In Poland there is a fixed date for Mother’s Day – 26 May every year. Want to know more? Read more

 

Newest articles

Recently, the Polish Ministry of Digital Affairs has published a list of the most popular names in Poland. Do you know anyone by these names? Read more

Would you like to get to know other expats in Poland and share your experiences with each other? Check out what we have prepared for you. Read more

According to the Polish Statistical Office, twelve out of sixteen Polish voivodeships have seen a decrease in the number of inhabitants since 2018. Read more