Nice to know when you are searching for rental housing in Poland
Poland is a country located in central Europe with around 38,268,000 inhabitants (2020 estimate). Contrary to common belief Poland is a rather large country in Europe. It’s the 8th largest (not including Russia), and covers an area of 312,696 sq. km.
Poland is known for many things, like geographic diversity, dishes including potato and amber jewelry.
The geographical diversity and beauty attracts many tourists, people especially gather to hike up, and ski down the altitudes of the polish mountains. The Giewont mountain is one of the most visited, which is understandable when you witness the range of its beauty. It's a part of the Tatra mountain range in southern Poland, just by the border of Slovakia. Which in general is a common destination for tourists visiting Poland, or just Polish people on holiday.
In northern Poland, the landscape is, yet still possesses a certain charm. As the fields unfold on the rolling hills a serenity appears, in contrast to the southern majestic and powerful mountain sceneries.
The cities of Poland are equally as noteworthy and charming. As Poland has a rich past with roots back to the 10th century, a lot of relics of the past like intricate castles, small farms etc. still remain intact. However as Poland suffered under the devastating destructions of Nazi Germany under WWII, some of Poland’s cities have had to be almost entirely rebuilt.
The capital, called Warsaw, has suffered considerable damage, and has had to reimagine most of the city setting. The contrast of the many architectural periods such as neoclassical and Renaissance, restored baroque, Gothic and the newer post-WWII socialist realist period create a beautiful environment.
Along the devastating past, Poland has kept some of the products of the german takeover, and now use them as signs of the time they have overcome and survived, and the people who unfortunately didn’t. One of the concentration camps, which was rumored to be one of the most harsh, is called Auschwitz-Birkenau and is now open for people to visit.
If the architectural and geographical wonders of Poland won’t impress you, the food will. There are hundreds of great dining spots in Warsaw alone. Polish food can be described as a 100 ways of cooking potatoes, and trust me, you’ll be sure to enjoy every single one of them. Poland is also famous for the dumplings called pierogi, which is a delicious savory mixture of meat and vegetables enraptured in a thin layer of dough.
Settling in Poland has many assets, yet the cost of living might be the most beneficial part of moving to Poland in comparison to other European countries. As an example, an average monthly rent for an apartment is nearly 4 times as low as in London, and in Warsaw (capital) is set at an average of 500 euros.
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