On the main square Rynek , you can hear a trumpet every hour, it is the Hejnal.
This has become a national symbol as it is transmitted to the radio every day at noon. A trumpeter animates the city from the highest tower of the church Mariacki by playing from the window of each cardinal point.
On the way to the Tatras, the train from Krakow delights us with its slowness and forced breaks due to a problem with the door.
The conversations are rife in the corridors, the reason of the failure, the time of departure. Meanwhile, the server wearing a black bolero keeps his composure and offers a coffee with a smile.
The Warsaw Metro consists of a single line, north-south, which opened in 1995. The Tramway of the capital has been operating since 1866 and has currently 30 lines.
Exceptional evening at the theater in Zakopane tribute Wladyslaw Trebunie. The folk music group Trebunie Tutki is composed mainly of members of the namesake family native of the Podhale region, a mountainous area.
Trebunie Tutki wants to marry his music tp other universes, this evening the Twinkle Brothers from Jamaica gave us a highlight of musical communion.
Polish and Slovak side, the sheep are kings in the Tatras. The sheeps offer us a rich milk transformed then into cheese. The leaders wear bells that facilitate the gathering of herds and thus enliven the mountain. A joyful cacophony. The shepherds come to meet the travelers and sit down to watch the sun set over the valley.
Located in southern Poland, the Tatra mountains are medium altitudes.
Many herds graze to provide rich milk. Small farms turn milk into cheese.