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Working in Mokotow - Living in ... ? (Warsaw)

doll_steak 1 | 2    
16 Feb 2017  #1

Dear Members,

Soon I am planning to move to Warsaw and it's time to start searching for an apartment. My job will be located in the region of Galeria Mokotow. As I am not a huge fan of living in apartment blocks, I would prefer to live in a residential area (but still affordable, though). I own a car, so public transport is not an issue.

I have visited several regions, like Pruszków, Jozefoslaw and Piaseczno, it seems to be nice and affordable regions. Still, I have not felt "hand-on" experience of traffic jams in Warsaw. What will be the best option for me in this context? I have heard that the road to Piaseczno is extremely busy. Is the road to Pruszkow calmer?

Which regions can you advice?

Your help is highly appreciated! Thanks in advance!

DominicB - | 2,602    
16 Feb 2017  #2


Well, without an idea of your income, your long term plans, and your lifestyle expectations, nobody is going to be able to give you any useful advice. So how much will you be earning, how long do you expect to stay in Poland, where are you from, and what kind of lifestyle do you expect to lead? Also, are you coming alone or bringing others along? How old are you? Which languages do you speak? Being stingy with information about yourself and your circumstances will get you only a vague generic answer that won't be of much use to you.
OP doll_steak 1 | 2    
16 Feb 2017  #3

I don't think that the information about my origin and age will help anybody to give me an advice. ;)
DominicB - | 2,602    
16 Feb 2017  #4


Whatever. If you can't be bothered, why should anyone else?
OP doll_steak 1 | 2    
16 Feb 2017  #5

My friend, i just do not see any relationship between my question regarding traffic situation and villages nearby, and my personal information which i won't share.

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