Well, all right..
how works University in Poland? Is it free, costy, available for a lot of people? I'm from Canada and University is quite costy so don't think I want to compare or be whatsoever arrogant or anyway... (ahha) I'm planning to go visit Cracovie this summer because you guys definately convice me to go visit the country. I like electro-house music and for a while, polish electro is rocking my world!
If I come from Praha, what is the cheapest way to go to Cracovie (Krakow sorry)?
Have a nice day, cheers
University in Poland are free,but it is a lot of exams befor you can go to University.To go to University in Poland you must have only knowladge.But books etc you must buy or hire on your own.I study psychology at the University of Opole,so I can give you more informations about studing in Poland.I am happy that you are planning to visit my country,I am sure that you will be nice suprised.Polish music is nice,but still not popular in other counries,but I think it is worht to know it.
From Praha to Krakow - I think it can be a train,for ex.overnight train,because there are some.
PS.If you have got more questions,just write it and I'll try to answer you.
Hello Dear TP members,
holiday time is comming,so I would like to invite you to travelling to Poland.As you can read on this thread,Poland is a worth to see it and a nice country.
Of course if you need a help,if you have got questions about my country,just write me it and I'll try to answer.
I'm waiting for memories from travels to Poland and opinion about my country too!!
Poland is wonderful! We traveled in Poland 3 years ago for three weeks. We had a glorious time. We are returning this summer to visit some new places as well as some we've already explored.
I visited just Warsaw, in March: and I loved it!!
I hope to have the chance to be back once in my life (I hope as soon as possible!) and see also other places in Poland. A friend of mines, a Polish girl, has talked me a lot about Tatra Mountains: I am so curious to see them ;-)
Hi. My boyfriend and I are planning to visit Poland in the first week of September. We have about 7 days total and will be spending about 3 days in Krakow. Neither one of us has ever been to Poland before.
I wanted to find out what would you recommend to do in Krakow, including any really good restraunts, dance clubs, semi-touristy sites that are worthwhile seeing. I'm very much into trance and house in terms of music, but I am open to other suggestions. Afterall, it's about trying new things.
We're also deciding on another city to visit. Maybe Warsaw, or one of the cities in the west, like Wroclaw, Gdansk, or Poznan. I'm still looking at different options. I would really like to know what kind of feel each city has and what is there to do/see during the day and evenings.
So please any information about places you really enjoyed in Poland will be helpful. Thanks in advance. Lidiya
I'm glad to finally have met someone who could help me with my Poland-Trip.
I sent you a message
It is nice to hear you are happy.I get your message and I re-write you,Ka-Jo.
It is a pleasure to helping you all
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