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Accommodation (student friendly) in Poznan


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29 Nov 2010  #1
Can anyone who lives in Poznan give some advice. Looking for student friendly places in terms of accommodation in the area just for a weekend in February? any recommendations? Also as any recommendations for places to visit welcomed =)
delphiandomine 83 | 17,625
29 Nov 2010  #2
I can recommend this - retrohostel.pl. It's in almost the perfect location, and they have decent standards.

And - well, I can recommend many pubs :P

No, seriously - give me a shout nearer the time and I'll show you round if you want :)
swissi 7 | 24
20 Jul 2013  #3
Merged: Any dorms close to campus Morasko in Poznan?

Hi everyone,

Does anyone know a close dormitory to Morasko campus in Poznan, Preferably has single rooms available? Or one that has easy transportation to it?
I'm staying in a very bad shared room, bad services dorm, with one bathroom for two rooms , and it's also far away from Morasko.!! :((

Thanks.
delphiandomine 83 | 17,625
20 Jul 2013  #4
I suggest talking to the international office at the university.

However, it's highly unlikely that any single rooms are unallocated now.
swissi 7 | 24
26 Jul 2013  #5
I did. you're right it's not unlikely , it seems impossible, but isn't weird? I mean it's summer holiday and dorms should be almost empty, does students book rooms from now for the fall semester?
jon357 63 | 14,122
26 Jul 2013  #6
In Poland they'd reserve a seat on the tram if they could. People book tables in pubs and even reserve graves!
delphiandomine 83 | 17,625
26 Jul 2013  #7
I mean it's summer holiday and dorms should be almost empty, does students book rooms from now for the fall semester?

Dorms are often unstaffed at this time of year, or rented en masse to organisations such as the Malta Festival.
swissi 7 | 24
28 Jul 2013  #8
In Poland they'd reserve a seat on the tram if they could. People book tables in pubs and even reserve graves!

Wow!

Dorms are often unstaffed at this time of year, or rented en masse to organisations such as the Malta Festival.

That's what I thought. I've checked Jagienka, Jowita, and Zbyszko so far , and they all told me they don't have now and to check again in September or October as some rooms will be available, But that's is just illogical, if they don't have now (summer break) how they're gonna have in Sep, or Oct (fall semester) ??!?!?
muaaz - | 1
21 Dec 2015  #9
Merged: Accommodation For Pakistani Students in Poznan

Hello there, Any Pakistani who have a place (as a shared accommodation) for a Pakistani? in Poznan, somewhere near to the Poznan University Of Technology.

Would like to hear from you.

Thank you!
lida_m
23 Jul 2017  #10
Merged:

Housing october 2017



Hello, i will study in University of arts in Poznan for 3 years and I am looking for accommodation from October 2017 and I have a cat :) .

I would appreciate some information about neighborhoods and sites to search. My budget is maximum 1200zl but i would prefer less .
Any extra info is welcome !
Thanks in advance
pradeepmatam
17 Jun 2018  #11
Hello there,

I am from India and I will be there for PhD studies almost 3 years in institute of plant genetics, Poznan.

Could any body help me to find out for accommodation near to that place.

Thanking you.


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