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Price per a small furnished apartment per month? (Living in Poland for a year)


dellyend 1 | 2
15 Feb 2010 #1
I intend to move to Poland for a year, I like the people, and also want to learn the language.
What sort of price can I expect to pay for a small furnished apartment per month? I would like to be near a mountainous region.

What is the cheapest way to travel to Poland with two very heavy cases?

Thanks.
Polish Tutor - | 80
15 Feb 2010 #2
Everything depends where you want to live. There are big differences between cities. In Krakow where I live for two room apartment in a good location you will pay rent for about 1500 PLN + 600 PLN water, heating and so on.

As for learning Polish, you can start to do it before you come to Poland, wherever you presently live.
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OP dellyend 1 | 2
15 Feb 2010 #3
Thank you for taking the time to reply. I have started to learn the language already though a CD language course. I want to come to Polnd to make sure Polish people can understnad me, and of course learn more.
Polish Tutor - | 80
15 Feb 2010 #4
From Krakow you have 90 km to the highest Polish mountains (Tatry) you can find many pictures on internet.
In smaller cities of this region flats are for sure cheaper.

You can check also Wroclaw and its area. There mountains are not so high but also beautiful
Harry
15 Feb 2010 #5
What sort of price can I expect to pay for a small furnished apartment per month? I would like to be near a mountainous region.

Try Bielsko-Biala, it's a fairly nice city and near some mountains.

What is the cheapest way to travel to Poland with two very heavy cases?

From where?
kh siarko sanok 2 | 52
15 Feb 2010 #6
I intend to move to Poland for a year,

And do what?
Torq 26 | 2,434
15 Feb 2010 #7
That's not exactly the nicest way to ask a question, Sanok, and what's it to ya
anyway? The fellow wants to come to Poland and learn the language, he's paying
his way too, so it doesn't matter what he wants to do here (as long as it's legal).
Polish Tutor - | 80
15 Feb 2010 #8
I did not mention about Bieszczady region. I think the most beautyful. The bigest city of this region is Rzeszów.
kh siarko sanok 2 | 52
15 Feb 2010 #9
Torq who is asking you.
Polish tutor thank you very much brother.
Polish Tutor - | 80
15 Feb 2010 #10
No Problem (-:
I really love Bieszczady. I am there (in Wołasate, Ustrzyki or Wetlina) at least 4 times a year.
Of course allways via Sanok (-:
kh siarko sanok 2 | 52
15 Feb 2010 #11
do not be shy stop by one day,you'll more than welcome.
OP dellyend 1 | 2
16 Feb 2010 #12
Thank you. From Southend

Don't worry I don't intend to bring a large family with me and live off your generous benfits system, I have too much pride and self respect to do that.

As a retired schoolteacher I have plans to write a book on chess, a children's novel, to improve my accordion playing and, of course, to learn to speak and write the Polish language. When I have any spare time I will use it to see more of your beautiful country.


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