juliaHi, I am Julia and I am history student. I am vegan, cat freak, backpacker, I am into growing plants. I am interesting in jewish culture and some religion staff- one i hope i will be a biblist haha
NataliaHi, I’m Natalia living in Warsaw, studying architecture working as HR specialist. I’m pretty adventurous person, love to travel spontaneously.
OfeliaHi im 18 years old and I’ve been to many places in my life. Cause of the pandemic I had no chance to travel but now I can finally start! I’m young but open minded person we can talk about the social problems like environmental issues but we can also have fun and just go around. We don’t have to agree in everything that’s what are discussions for. Privately I own a smallbusiness and I’m very interested in psychology. I love to travel and meet new people so if anyone wants a ride around Poznań I’m opened to help, and if anyone would like to walk me around Italy or Spain I’d be very thankfull! See u
Can host for 2 daysHi I am Magdalena :) I am working remotely as a graphic designer and I feel that it's a great opportunity to feed my part that yearn for freedom, discovering (myself, people and the World), experience and being in a move. I feel that putting myself in new situations develop me the most and it makes me alive. I am new in traveling alone and I am looking forward to hear your stories :))
Can host for 3 daysHi, I am Julia and I am history student. I am vegan, cat freak, backpacker, I am into growing plants. I am interesting in jewish culture and some religion staff- one i hope i will be a biblist haha
Can host for 3 daysMy name is Klaudia, I’m 26 years old I’m interesting in travel and exploring new cities. I love dance, I’m working in luxury bouting as shop assistant but in my free time I’m lash tech. I love meet new people
MichelleIm Michelle. I enjoy travelling overseas once a year for some sightseeing and adventures
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When I visited Poland, Wrocław & Krakow were so amazing. I truly enjoyed my 2 weeks in Krakow as I ventured all about and enjoyed the Krakow Square, quaint little polish restaurants and boutiques. The mall was great. I also had an opportunity to visit several cathedrals and the Divine Mercy Church was the best. While there, I also took a day trip to the Auschwitz concentration camp in Oświęcim.
I combined Warsaw and Gdansk and found it utterly fascinating! So much history, so beautiful! The free walking tours are so informative and give you so much back ground to the various periods the Poles have endured. I would love to go back and visit more. Can't recommend it enough.
Poland is a beautiful country. I stayed a week in Wroclaw and then a week in Krakow. Krakow square is lovely and has numerous shopping. The architecture is amazing. I also took a day trip to visit Auschwitz-Birkenau, Salt Mine & Schindler's Factory.
Itinerary: 4 nights in Krakow 3 nights in Warsaw 1 night in Wroclaw Safety: Poland is a very safe country. Recommendations: Poland is awesome. I only visited Krakow, Warsaw and Wroclaw and it was beautiful.
Itinerary: Day 1 - 3: Warsaw Day 4 - 5: Krakow Day 6 - 8: Zakopane Day 9: Wroclaw Day 10: Torun Day 11: Gdansk Day 12: Gdansk Safety: Poland is extremely safe and rather welcoming to most people. Recommendations: Poland is a great country with an amazing culture.
Itinerary: Day 1-2-3: Gdansk + day trip to Malbork Day 4-5: Torun Day 6-7-8: Warsaw Day 9-10-11: Krakow Day 12-13: Wroclaw Day 14 - Departure from Krakow Safety: Poland is insanely safe. Recommendations: Poland is a huge and beautiful country. Recommend.
Itinerary: 4 days in Krakow: old town, Auschwitz and nightlife 4 days in Warsaw: museums, old town, Praga district, food Safety: It's super safe for anyone. Recommendations: Poland is super safe, Polish people are very nice and welcoming
Things to do: I’ve been in Warsaw,krakow some museums to salt mine,zakopane- mountains and oswiecim-to aushvic museum Accommodation: You can find some places for 20eu or less depends where you want to live Recommendations: Don’t forget to have cash with yourself because in some busses u can’t pay by card
Itinerary: My trip was for a month Budget: My budget was 2000 shekels which was enough Accommodation: It wasn’t expensive because I was low cost traveling
Yes, Poland is generally safe for solo female travelers. However, as with any destination, it is important to take the necessary precautions to ensure your safety. Be aware of your surroundings, avoid walking alone at night, and keep your valuables secure.
Yes, Poland is a great destination for solo female travelers. Poland is generally a safe country with friendly people and plenty of attractions to explore. The country has a rich cultural heritage, beautiful landscapes, and vibrant cities. There are also plenty of activities to enjoy, such as hiking, skiing, and cycling. Additionally, Poland is a relatively affordable destination, making it a great choice for budget travelers.
It depends on the type of traveler and their budget. Poland is generally considered to be an affordable destination for solo travelers, with prices for accommodation, food, and transportation being relatively low. However, if you are looking for luxury or high-end experiences, then Poland can be more expensive.
Depending on your nationality, you may need to obtain a visa before traveling to Poland. Check with your local Polish embassy or consulate to find out what the requirements are for your specific situation.
The official currency of Poland is the Polish Zloty (PLN). Make sure to exchange your money before you arrive in Poland, as it can be difficult to find currency exchange services in the country.
The official language of Poland is Polish, but English is widely spoken in the major cities.
Poland has a temperate climate with four distinct seasons. Summers are generally warm and humid, while winters can be cold and snowy.
Poland is generally a safe country to visit, but it is always wise to take precautions when traveling. Be aware of your surroundings and keep your valuables secure.
The best time to travel to Poland is during the summer months of June, July, and August. The weather is usually warm and sunny, and there are plenty of outdoor activities to enjoy. The winter months of December, January, and February can be cold and snowy, but they are also a great time to experience the country's Christmas markets and winter festivals.