Warsaw Guide

Articles in this category will surely help you in finding yourself in a different, colorful culture of Poland and will tell you something about the atmosphere of the capital city itself – Warsaw is a very diverse, historically rich place and before you go there, you should know a little bit more about it.

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Renting an apartment in Warsaw

Renting an apartment in Warsaw When you are a landlord and you wish to rent an apartment to a new tenant, you know you have to make at least a basic background check to see if that person is trustworthy enough to live in your precious apartment. It is not only about paying the rent… Continue Reading »

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Buying an apartment in a big city

Buying an apartment in a big city Moving to a large city is a fresh start and a completely new chapter in your life. Usually you make such big step when you are relocating for a job opportunity or you decide to live with somebody significant for you. There are also other causes, like the… Continue Reading »

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Top 3 Museums in Warsaw

Warsaw is full of different museums that are directed at different audiences – you can be sure that every person will find a museum that will cater to his or hers specific tastes and not one Warsaw tourist will be left without a great place to visit in their free time. But there are three… Continue Reading »

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Merry Christmas everyone

If you found yourself in Warsaw during Christmas time, we hope you’ll enjoy your stay here, as it is one of the best cities to land in when the Christmas eve comes. Our friends have talked about how they feel during Christmas in Poland, and we hope you’ll have the same experience they had. See… Continue Reading »

Spending Christmas in Warsaw

If you’re planning to visit Warsaw during the holiday season, be prepared! We’ve asked our Polish and Expat experts living in Warsaw what to do and what to expect during Christmas. Let’s have a read. Chris (25, Texas, in Warsaw since 2008) When I first came here around December, I was not surprised to see… Continue Reading »