Poland

Warsaw, Poland’s Amazing Facts

The city of Krakow was the capital until 1596 when Warsaw was established as the capital. The Polish capital, Warsaw is also its largest city with about two million inhabitants. Situated on the banks of the Vistula River, about 260 kilometers (162 miles) from the Baltic Sea and 300 km...

Would You Like To Learn Polish In Cracow?

The Polish language is not an easy language to learn, but it is great fun to learn in real-life situations. Making the effort to learn some of the Polish languages will not only boost you above the average tourist in the locals’ eyes, but it can also be an amazingly fruitful...

What Expats Will Love About Cracow

Poland has never been a popular Expat destination, and when the country officially joined the European Union (EU) in 2004, immigration statistics skyrocketed, and the population decreased as hundreds of thousands of Poles left their homeland for greener pastures. However, Cracow has a...