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  • Tallinn, The Hanseatic Prince

    Tallinn Old Town ©Akarsh Simha

    Tallinn Old Town ©Akarsh Simha/flickr

    The Capital of Estonia is a flourishing commercial center of the Baltic The Toompea hill, where the cathedral lies, was a landmark for navigators over the centuries. When the weather is good it can be seen even from Helsinki, the other side of the Gulf of Finland.

    About 20 ferryboats cross daily from Tallinn to Helsinki and vice-versa, bringing many Finns to the city that can benefit from the lower prices and can take a walk in the beautiful medieval town.

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  • Remote Baltic islands you’ve (probably) never heard of

    Saaremaa, photo by Ekke on Flickr

    Islands like Bali, the Maldives, Fiji and other tropical wonders get all the attention on the travel scene, and even a few islands with temperate climate are quite popular with mainstream travelers as long as they are famous.But what about the scores of islands that are located in parts of the world that are slightly off the beaten path?

    The Baltic Sea is bordered by countries with huge touristic potential, like Denmark, Finland, Sweden or Germany, and sticking to dry land will reward you with amazing sights, but there is a bunch of islands scattered over the pond that are just as worthy of interest. If you want an island holiday that goes beyond the conventional, here are some remote Baltic islands you’ve (probably) never heard of.

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  • The most amazing public pools in the world

    Swimming is fun and healthy, but liking to swim does not mean that one must necessarily like swimming in the sea, a lake, river or some other ‘natural’ body of water. And that’s alright, because unpredictable waves, sudden holes in the bottom of a lake or river, or fast flowing water are not everyone’s cup of tea.

    Luckily for beginners and people who are not all that confident in their swimming skills, there are more than enough pools, private or public, where you can exercise the fine art of swimming, and here’s a list of the most amazing public pools in the world.

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  • The revolutionary’s guide to Poland

    Torun, Poland

    Torun, Poland

    There are few other countries in Europe with such a tumultuous history as the history of Poland. The country’s vast territory has been disputed by all the military powers there have risen through the centuries. From its picturesque ports along the cost of the Baltic Sea, to the endless woods covering the northern plains and the unique charm of its medieval cities, Poland represents the kind of destination that would satisfy even the most pretentious tourist.
    However, there is some some of nostalgia the one can notice in the Pole’s way of acting. Each Polish city or town has its own history to tell, and the curios traveler will discover that, despite their nostalgic attitude, the Poles have always set themselves against the course of history. For those willing to discover another face of Poland, we give you four Polish cities and their heroic stories:

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