Krakow is the most famous city in Poland, so there are many amazing places to see there. Not to mention 5 star hotels and luxury restaurants with delicious European food. Tourist from all over to world visit Krakow to see beautiful Rynek (Old Town) and go for one-day trip to neighbouring Wieliczka, famous salt-mine.
Offbeat Prague: Top 10 Things To Do In Prague: We suggest skipping the waffles and picking a barely-pronounceable Trdelník from the vendors in the Old Town Square and Wenceslas Square. The Trdelník is a traditional pastry made from freshly-grilled dough covered with sugar and ground walnuts. Yum!
We are recruiting for an English Teacher and Administrator to join our Higher Education Academy. Salary is between £24,000 and £30,000 with 5.6 weeks paid holiday per annum. You will teach, and develop General English, EAP and IELTS courses as part of our English and Foundation Programmes. You may also provide English language support to Higher Education students and lecturers and assist the Academic Head with the daily academic and administrative duties of the Academy.