Warsaw, Poland

On Monday 10th of September we started our two weeks journey within OWHC Scholarship. During this trip we will discover Young and Modern Life in World Heritage Central European Cities. We began it in Warsaw – filled with history, being an example of the transition from tradition to modernity. Most of the city was destroyed during the Second World War and – after being reconstructed – it’s constantly changing. Continue reading “Warsaw, Poland”

Bern, Switzerland

What’s time, Sir?

It’s the first question, which You may ask after arrival to Bern. There is a reason for it. The most famous attraction in Bern is a big Clock Tower with a big astronomy clock. It’s the most recognisable city feature. But Bern it’s not only a clock, it’s also beautiful broad streets, famous fountains with gorgeous small sculptures and quickly mountains river Aare with crystal-clear turquoise water.

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World Heritage Adventure – summary

Somewhere in Norway…


“To move, to breathe, to fly, to float,

to gain all while you give,

to roam the roads of lands remote,

to travel is to live

– Hans Christian Andersen


Visited countries: Poland & Germany & Denmark & Norway & Sweden

Visited cities listed as World Heritage Cities: Thorn, Poland; Bergen, Norway; Notodden, Norway; Tinn, Norway; Kolding, Denmark; Warsaw, Poland

Kilometers driven: 5 400

Duration: 16 days

Daily blog: World Heritage Adventure


World Heritage Adventure was an amazing journey through Scandinavian countries – Norway was the most important destination of my trip.

At the beginning of my project I decided to find out more about European “Eco Examples“. During my “research” I was observing people and their eco–friendly lifestyle.

#1 Recycling 

Recycling is very popular in Norway, wherever you go there are few trasches for different kind of waste. It’s a big faux pas not to segregate your rubish in Norway!

#2 Eco–friendly cars

Electric and hybrid cars are very popular in Norway. There are many facilities for electric/hybrid cars owners – eg. cheaper parkings. As an interesting fact I can tell you that Norway is the biggest European Tesla market (per capita).

#3 Hydroelectricy 

In Norwegian electricity sector 98% of power comes from renewable resources (mostly from water)!

#4 Water

Remember that in Scandinavia water is so clean that without any worries you can drink tap water!

The Lysefjord