Going Abroad In Your Own Country: The Beauty Of Poland Captured On A Bike Trip
Traveling is one of the best activities which can help people get rid of daily stresses and hustle and bustle of the life. But whether they had better travel in their own country or to a foreign country is matter of debates.
Anita Demianowicz, a Polish traveler, journalist and photographer explored her native country on a bike trip trying to rediscover her own country’s landscape and history, proving at the same time that you don’t need to travel abroad to find beauty.
Before this amazing trip, Anita only traveled abroad, visiting places like United States, Japan or Central America. Eventually, she came to the conclusion that her own country was worth exploring and started a bike journey of 3551 km around Poland – the story of this wonderful trip was captured in beautiful photos, showing that you don’t need to look for what’s exotic and magical far away from home – you can have that same unforgettable travel experience in your own country.
Kruszyniany, a Tatar village in Poland, still inhabited by the Tatars:
The village of Stańczyki and his legendary bridges:
Bieszczady National Park the third largest National Park in Poland remote mountains, trekking, wildlife :
The gold and silver mines of Złoty Stok and Srebrna Góra:
Anita Demianowicz pitched her tent by the beautiful lagoons and lakes of Poland:
She walked along the sandy beaches of Darłówko and Kołobrzeg:
Rediscovering her hometown – Gorlice:
Anita showed us that you can have an amazing travel experience in your own backyard:
photo credit: banita.travel.pl