Poland is old and has been damaged by war but everywhere we went buildings were being rebuilt. Some cities were almost totally destroyed and rebuilt to ensure the history is there to be seen and enjoyed.
Two nights in Krakow as there was so much to explore. Again old buildings, cobblestone streets, wonky footpaths and a great market.
We stayed in the Tango House B&B which is the oldest in the town. A tad scary going up the worn stairs (no lift here) through the beautifully painted stairwell using 4 different keys for the doors we passed through. OHS in Australia would have a field day. Even the undersides of the stairs were painted.
Wroclaw (our last stop in Poland) has 100 bridges that span the Oder river which has tentacles like a many armed octopus. It has created quite a few little islands. One of them is covered in churches and buildings used for church activities.
It is also a university city. The buildings and doors are very old and beautiful.
Art and green spaces everywhere.