• If you’re an investor looking for a lucrative investment opportunity, buying land in Poland may be a wise decision. Poland’s real estate market has been consistently growing, and the demand for land has been increasing in recent years. However, buying land in a foreign country can be a complex process. In this guide, we’ll provide you with a comprehensive overview of the process of buying land in Poland, including the legal requirements, tax implications, and other important factors to consider. So if you decide to buy land in Poland – after reading this article you’ll be prepared for that.

  • Pol’and’Rock Festival, also known as the Woodstock Festival Poland, is the largest open-air music festival in Poland. The festival attracts music lovers from all over the world who gather to enjoy the music, camp under the stars, and participate in various charity initiatives. In this article, we will dive into the history, the music, and the culture of the Pol’and’Rock Festival. In 2023 Pol’and’Rock Festival will be located at Czaplinek-Broczyno Airport. It’ll start on the 3rd of August and last for 3 days.

  • Wroclaw, a city located in western Poland, has been gaining popularity as an expat destination in recent years. With its vibrant cultural scene, historic architecture, and affordable cost of living, Wroclaw has become an attractive place to live. However, like any city, Wroclaw has its pros and cons. In this article, we will discuss the good and bad things about living in Wroclaw.

  • Parking in Warsaw

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    Warsaw, being the biggest Polish city and the capital of Poland, is one of the most congested cities in Poland. To make things better, Warsaw authorities try to discourage citizens from driving their cars into the city centre, and use public transport instead. One of the ways to make people leave their cars at home, is introducing quite a high parking fares in the city centre.

  • Parking in Poznan

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    Parking in Poznan involves paying a fee. Check where Poznan parking zones are, what are the fees and when you don’t need to pay for parking

  • Parking in Wroclaw

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    When it comes to parking, Wroclaw is one of the most expensive cities in Poland. Leaving the car in the city centre may cost you even 7,7 PLN/hour. Below you’ll find the most important information about parking in Wroclaw.

  • Poland has become an attractive destination for foreigners to buy property due to its stable economy, growing real estate market, and relatively low prices compared to other European countries. However, purchasing property in Poland can be daunting, especially if you are not familiar with the local legal and administrative procedures. In this article, we will provide a guide for foreigners on how to buy property in Poland.

  • If you come to Poland from outside European Union or you come from European Union and plan to stay here for some time, you should consider buying a Polish prepaid sim card to save money on calls and the Internet. In this article, we will present the best sim card offers in Poland.

  • Things to do in Poznan

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    Looking for things to do in Poznan? Look no further! Located in the heart of Poland, this vibrant city is full of culture, history, and charm. From exploring its stunning…