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Tourism in Poland the plus and minus points for the natives


lef 11 | 478  
20 Jul 2007 /  #31
Its all about price and what people can afford.

exactly right, just keep in mind that Gdansk and krakow have always been a popular tourist destination even in the communist period. Gdansk was very popular for German tourist as it was cheap especially its amber. It attracts the Brits as it is cheap, close and offers something that they could not afford in there own country. ie cheap food, accommodation and women.

so speaks the man on the other side of the world who once again shows how little he knows about whats going on in poland... and why...

and you Lord Bubbawoo? mmmm
ps you didn't respond to questions in another thread!
Ranj 21 | 948  
20 Jul 2007 /  #32
and neither did you O.o (thanks for the lesson Wysp)! :)
lef 11 | 478  
22 Jul 2007 /  #33
Ranj.. you are forgiven, just don't do it again.
BubbaWoo 33 | 3,510  
22 Jul 2007 /  #34
ps you didn't respond to questions in another thread!

er... yes i did... did you...?
McCoy 27 | 1,269  
20 May 2009 /  #35
Fifteen Cheap Countries To See In The Recession
forbes.com/2009/05/15/cheap-travel-recession-lifestyle-travel-cheap-countries.html

3. Poland

Capital: Warsaw

Dollar growth: 50%

Roundtrip airfare: $740

Must see: Warsaw's Old Town center, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

southern 75 | 7,096  
21 May 2009 /  #36
Minus point is that local girls are becoming more and more suspicious and foreigners' charm is worn out by the masses of uneducated etc visiting the places.
niejestemcapita 2 | 561  
21 May 2009 /  #37
If you go to a "night club" in a small town you will find many weiridos on steroids just waiting for excuse to beat someone.

yeh I have seen that......first visit to Poland..it wAS kinda scary..
Guest  
26 May 2009 /  #38
Please have a look: friendlypoland.net , it can be really helpful.

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