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Warsaw, Wroclaw, Poznan, Gdansk and Krakow - Five Polish Cities in Google Street View


Bratwurst Boy 5 | 9,724
14 May 2011  #1
Warsaw, Wroclaw, Poznan, Gdansk and Krakow.

About time! :)
Bzibzioh
14 May 2011  #2
Which city are you excited about?

Have you ever been to Poland?
OP Bratwurst Boy 5 | 9,724
14 May 2011  #3
Breslau of course....and Danzig...but I would like to see the other towns too.
I like Street View, it's much fun walking through towns far away...:)

Have you ever been to Poland?

No...maybe I should?
Bzibzioh
14 May 2011  #4
I like Street View, it's much fun walking through towns far away...:)

I know!! I visited London this way :)

Breslau of course.

No wonder *rolling eyes*
I visited Wrocław once but I didn't like it much. Very heavy German architecture, I've never been big fan. Sorry.

No...maybe I should?

Yeah, you should. It's close, you know.
cjj - | 281
14 May 2011  #5
"next year" is the key information for anyone intent on heading over to google right now.
ShortHairThug - | 1,103
14 May 2011  #6
Meanwhile you can go to Zumi.pl where you can have a virtual tour of 15 Polish cities all together about 200 kilometers worth.
Softsong 5 | 495
14 May 2011  #7
No...maybe I should?

Yes, definitely! I've been to Germany and Poland and it was a L O N G trip! You are just a hop, skip and a jump! :-)

I believe you would find a lot to love about Poland.
Koala 1 | 332
14 May 2011  #8
No...maybe I should?

And you're from Berlin? For shame.
Softsong 5 | 495
14 May 2011  #9
When I was in Gdańsk, I stayed with friends one time, and another time when I was in Ireland I hopped on a Ryanair flight just to just walk around Gdańsk on my own. I was proud of myself for remembering where to go, and to be able to buy stamps at the post office, simple things that my very, very limited Polish allowed me to do.

I stayed at The Baltic Hostel which really looked kind of creepy, but the place was run by friendly people. The manager/owner provided breakfast every morning and snacks all through the day. Supper was not obligatory, but if you were around when he made his supper, you would be invited for bigos or whatever he had. I would avoid it in summer though as they do not have enough bathrooms for lots of people, but fall and spring are good times. It is close enough to walk anywhere you wish in Gdańsk.

BUT, right in the old town of Gdańsk, on the river, is boat that is a hostel. I was very tempted to stay there, but thought it might be too cold for me in the late fall when I was there.

hostels.com/hostels/gdansk/pepperland-hostel/25843

And who knows, if Wildrover is still in Poland, he'd probably welcome you to his farm.
z_darius 14 | 3,969
14 May 2011  #10
Warsaw, Wroclaw, Poznan, Gdansk and Krakow

Breslau of course....and Danzig

Why would you be happy about street view of Wroclaw if you are interested in Breslau? ;)
OP Bratwurst Boy 5 | 9,724
14 May 2011  #11
Walking the streets my ancestors walked...you know....all that historic/romantic stuff...:)
sobieski 107 | 2,128
4 Jun 2011  #12
I always had a soft spot for Lower Silesia and Opole. Especially Breslau... The architecture reminds me so much of my Flanders. Which is of course explicable. Being a Hanze city, very much related to my native Antwerp.
OP Bratwurst Boy 5 | 9,724
18 Jun 2011  #13
It started! poland.pl/news/article,Google_Drives_Into_Polish_Roads,id,458578.htm

:)
gumishu 11 | 5,012
18 Jun 2011  #14
pawian, Kraków has definitely changed much since I have been there for the last time

but still was changing the names of the streets to Spanish really necessary??? :P
monia 3 | 212
23 Mar 2012  #15
Merged: Polish cities in street view google

With Google Maps with Street View feature, you can virtually travel around the world, watching your favorite places on the panoramic images. Images Street View shows already selected locations in Poland, you can find them easily on the map.

maps.google.pl/intl/pl/help/maps/streetview/index.html

maps.google.pl/intl/pl/help/maps/streetview/gallery.html#poland-special-collection

You can discover Polish cities in a new fun way, by almost virtually walking the streets of major Polish cities and other interesting places in the countryside.
polishmama 3 | 280
23 Mar 2012  #16
It's very exciting news. The kids and I have already gone "walking" around Wroclaw today and will check out more this weekend.
monia 3 | 212
23 Mar 2012  #17
This is very interesting especially for someone who hasnt been here in Poland for a long time .


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