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Top 10 Amusement Parks in Europe

For those of you who love an adrenaline rush or those who want to reconnect with their inner child, make sure you add one of these parks to your itinerary when travelling in Europe.

There are many different amusement parks all over the continent and they are suitable for all the family, little ones and big kids alike!

Whether it’s the thrill of a roller coaster or the sudden splash of a water ride you prefer, Europe really has a lot to offer. There are also theme parks with whimsical characters, shows and parades. It was difficult to narrow it down to a top ten, but here you go. 

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What You Could Get in Wroclaw for $10 – 6 Must-Do in the City on a Budget

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After we covered Warsaw and Gdansk, let’s find out how else you could spend your $10 bill in the other city in Poland… And on this occasion, we’ve got Marta and Milosz from Backpackers Wro to talk about Wroclaw and how you could enjoy traveling on the budget in the city.

So, are you planning to stop by Poland as a part of your Europe trip? Are you interested in visiting other cities in Poland? Say no more, because we’ve got you covered! 😉

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What You Could Get in Gdansk for $10 – Some Options to Spend Your Zloty in the City

When Joanna from Overhere told me that she wanted to cover Gdansk for $10 series, there was one thing that came in mind about the city: Euro 2012. Yup, after covering Warsaw and Krakow, this time we’re gonna talk about the third city in Poland!

For those who don’t know yet, I’ve been a big supporter of Croatian National Team since as long as I could remember. Yep, not because of their great performance in the last World Cup. But anyway, Gdansk was the venue when Spain with Jesus Navas scored a last-minute goal against Croatia in UEFA Euro 2012.

Apart from that, I’m still interested to find out more about Gdansk in general though… So, thanks to Joanna, now we’re going to cover the city and what you could get there with your $10 USD!

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What You Could Get in Warsaw for $10 – The Underrated European City For Budget Travel

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So, after covering Krakow recently, I’m so excited to tell you that on this week’s $10 we’re going to cover another city in Poland. Even better, since I’m going to cover the capital city of the country: Warsaw.

In this occasion, I got connected to Or from My Path In The World who volunteered to contribute to covering the city. So, here we go!

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What You Could Get in Krakow for $10 – When in Poland, Would You Choose Milk or Vodka?

If I looked back to when I got the first exposure of Poland, I think it was the fact that our flags are similar in terms of colors. The only difference is that Polish flag is basically the upside down version of Indonesian flag. No kidding, there was some antic happening during some sports event in the past few years about these flags.

Started in Kuala Lumpur 2017, where SEA Games 2017 was held and the host produced a booklet with Polish flag instead of Indonesian one in the content. Fast forward to 2018, during IAAF World U20 in Finland, no one predicted our sprinter Zohri would win to the point no one prepared our flag. And guess whose flag was used in the end? Of course, Polish flag it was!

Well, enough with the Indo-Polish flag similarity, because now on the $10 series this week, I’m going to cover one of the cities in Poland: Krakow. Now, now… Thanks to Deeptha and Bhavin from The Globe Trotter.

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