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The decline of Krakow due to British drunks and What to see in Krakow?


ShelleyS 14 | 2,893  
2 Aug 2008 /  #31
Or should I just let everyone beat up the Brits, hhhmmm possibly lay in a boot or two myself, lol

You could p*ss on them, that works for pan Doggie (master of the forum: ) ) But yeah... a sly kick is okay :)

I have to say I didn't really see that many Brits making themselves look like idiots when I was in Krakow (just some leery 30 odd year old scouser singing some rude song - personally i was more offened by the the pervy Italians), lets face it the presense of the security and the Police helps and I dont imagine for one moment they would spare the boot if someone was causing trouble...

Everyone goes on about Prauge but the main thing I noticed change over the years (I have been visiting for quite some years) is the titty bars that opened and the crapy shops that replaced the nice ones, they just changed to cater for a certain class of people, but that is easily avoided, I eat and drink on the Castle side..Same can be done in Krakow there are plenty of lovely places to eat and drink without even having to meet an English person.

Those who shout loudest will be heard, they are not a true representation of the British tourist...
SeanBM 35 | 5,808  
2 Aug 2008 /  #32
Everyone goes on about Prauge but the main thing I noticed change over the years (I have been visiting for quite some years) is the titty bars that opened and the crapy shops that replaced the nice ones, they just changed to cater for a certain class of people

I have never been to Prauge but you raise an interesting point, I lived in Vilnius, Lithuania. It has very similar (if not the same) architectural beautiful buildings as Krakow. I assume from the time of the Polish Lithuanian Union, when Krakow was probably the capital of Poland and they shared many things even Architects.

That having been said, Vilnius has tity bars and nightclubs in preciously beautiful buildings, it is an utter disgrace. I walked around the centre of the old town looking for a pint of milk and some bread and I founf 3 strip clubs and 2 casinos in half an hour, never did get my milk or bread.

I am happy when some people ask me in Krakow where to go (they mean tity bars) I actually have no idea.
Pimpek 1 | 24  
2 Aug 2008 /  #33
I am happy when some people ask me in Krakow where to go (they mean tity bars) I actually have no idea.

Thats soo true... u would think they would be plasterd all everywhere too since Krakow is full of students...shows u how stable it is...Krakow is also one of the beautifulest cities in all of europe so ive heard...maybe having no stip clubs every couples of metres contribues to that...
SeanBM 35 | 5,808  
2 Aug 2008 /  #34
Krakow is also one of the beautifulest cities in all of europe so ive heard

I agree, it is simply a pleasure for traveling to and there are artistic things to see both old and new. I love the place to bitz, I live here (well near by) and I am as happy as a pig in mud, hhhmmm I gotta work on my analogies...
Logan McCloud - | 39  
2 Aug 2008 /  #35
Krakow is also one of the beautifulest cities in all of europe so ive heard

Aye. Krakow is a beauiful city. There are many beautiful cities in Europe, each with its own character. Europe is a wonderful place. We should all see as much of it as we can
ShelleyS 14 | 2,893  
2 Aug 2008 /  #36
I am happy when some people ask me in Krakow where to go (they mean tity bars) I actually have no idea.

I didn't notice anything like that, and to be completey honest I dont see it happening in Poland for one the Church would have a lot say about it...or maybe I am completely wrong,

In Krakow on a Sunday around the square there are families milling about after coming out of church, it is a completely different atmosphere to any European city I have visited...It took me back to my childhood and how life was and how it should be.
Pimpek 1 | 24  
2 Aug 2008 /  #37
I agree, it is simply a pleasure for traveling to and there are artistic things to see both old and new. I love the place to bitz, I live here (well near by) and I am as happy as a pig in mud, hhhmmm I gotta work on my analogies...

haha yea i was ther not too long ago cuz my cousin lives and works ther...but id love to live ther or Worcław...cept Worcław has too many beggars every corner so maybe Krakow then haha

Aye. Krakow is a beauiful city. There are many beautiful cities in Europe, each with its own character. Europe is a wonderful place. We should all see as much of it as we can

man im in love with europe...its amazing...everything is so different to wat im used to in north america....ive already decided im moving to europe soon cuz it crazy gorgeous and the economy is even great in most places...and im trying to see everything XD
Logan McCloud - | 39  
2 Aug 2008 /  #38
Aye. Europe is crazy gorgeous wee lassie, you're not wrong there. It's a place to see and the place to be.
Pimpek 1 | 24  
2 Aug 2008 /  #39
it sure is...thats y im moving =] forget canada...
noimmigration  
4 Aug 2008 /  #40
Aye. Europe is crazy gorgeous wee lassie, you're not wrong there. It's a place to see and the place to be.

stop making me cringe
Logan McCloud - | 39  
4 Aug 2008 /  #41
Aye. But you can go fuk yourself you radge wee c.unt
tornado2007 11 | 2,274  
4 Aug 2008 /  #42
The decline of Krakow due to British drunks and What to see in Krakow?

ABSOLUTE RUBBISH, if Krakow is in decline, then it cannot just be down to a few british drunks. You are so short sighted its unbelievable, in fact you probably see less than i do :)
Andrew78 - | 97  
4 Aug 2008 /  #43
I blow your head off Tornado0000000000000000000000
tornado2007 11 | 2,274  
4 Aug 2008 /  #44
what a man you are, hahahahahahahaha, have you got anything constructive to say???

Probably not, you usually don't :)
MrBubbles 10 | 614  
4 Aug 2008 /  #45
stop making me cringe

Is that how you Scots speak, aye wee laddie?
Sophia - | 99  
4 Aug 2008 /  #46
My grandad used to speak like that...
osiol 55 | 3,922  
4 Aug 2008 /  #47
have you got anything constructive to say???

Probably not, you usually don't :)

Takes one to know one, does it?
tornado2007 11 | 2,274  
4 Aug 2008 /  #48
actually no, it just takes a bit of 'paying attention' to what has been written in the past :) Nothing to do with your old school out dated comment :)
miranda  
4 Aug 2008 /  #49
Is that how you Scots speak, aye wee laddie?

I think he is a Scott wanabe. LOL Mr Mc Cloud:)
Logan McCloud - | 39  
5 Aug 2008 /  #50
Aye bonnie wee lassie. That he is.

But I dont think it's fair to blame the decline of Krakow entirely with Britian. There are many who have contributed.

What is sad is that it has been allowed to happen by those in charge of the city's future.

But of course they will have taken their wee cut of the money that has come from the tourists' pocket. Aye. You can be sure of that. Just like this big man in Sopot. There are many more
Filios1 8 | 1,336  
5 Aug 2008 /  #51
I have recently returned to Krakow, and aim to stay. There are many things that have changed since then. I used to see less drunk tourists, but now I see them everywhere. Flooding the old town in miserable drunken groups, attacking our decent local girls because they think them easy, and just generally dirtying the place up with their barbaric behaviour. Arabs, Brits, Scots... most contribute really nothing other than a few pounds, euros dinars, some trashed up bars, and a few pregnant women. Well I for one am sick of it.

Already a friend of mine fought some stupid drunk Londoner and gave him a good ass kicking. I doubt he'll remember much from his pathetic trip...

Where will our beloved Krakow be in 10 years?
Kilkline 1 | 689  
5 Aug 2008 /  #52
Flooding the old town in miserable drunken groups, attacking our decent local girls because they think them easy,

most contribute really nothing other than...a few pregnant women

The decent local girls must occasionally have an off day I think.

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