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10 Useful Tips For Your First Urbex

Hello there! Let me first introduce myself so you know who you are dealing with. My name is Marek, I am 24 years old and I have recently fallen in love with urbexing and everything around it – exploring derelict, abandoned buildings, photography, adrenalin, research, and history... Apart from going exploring myself whenever I have the chance,  I ’ve also had the privilege of going to a couple of adventures with more experienced urbexers and collected a lot of experiences along the way. Experiences , which I would like to share with you in the following blog post. Without further ado, let ’s get to it ! Research, research, RESEARCH! This is always where you should start. Before you set off to explore anything, make sure to have all the information necessary about the place you are visiting. Not only will it save you a lot of trouble when you encounter security or police, it can also save your life. Old buildings are, well, old. Those sturdy wooden pl

Urban Exploration

Urban Exploration (often shortened as URBEX or UE ) is the examination of the normally unseen or off-limits parts of urban areas or industrial facilities. Urban exploration is also commonly referred to as infiltration, although some people consider infiltration to be more closely associated with the exploration of active or inhabited sites. It may also be referred to as draining (when exploring drains) urban spelunking, urban rock climbing, urban caving, or building hacking. Abandoned factory, photo  by kerttu ( ) The nature of this activity presents various risks, including both physical danger and the possibility of arrest and punishment. Many, but not all, of the activities associated with urban exploration could violate local or regional laws and certain broadly-interpreted anti-terrorism laws or be considered trespassing or invasion of privacy . From Wikipedia , the free encyclopedia