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Youth Cities to enjoy in Poland


beko27 1 | 1
9 Aug 2013 #1
Hello everyone; i will be travelling across Europe next week, and i will stay 10-15 days in Poland.

I am looking for energic cities; that are full of young people like me (college students would be best), have many bars, pubs, cafes, etc. and a nightlife of course.

I will be going to Warszawa, Krakow, Lodz, Wroklaw and Poznan. Are those cities enough for Poland? I am looking for new destinations other than those. The city can be big or small in terms of population. the only thing i am looking is either the density of young population is high, or number of young people is high (I am assuming if there is young people population in a city, then it is also energic, live, and have lots of bars, pubs, cafes)

To be honest i enjoy small cities much (as long as there are young population out there) because i dont like too crowded places. So please advise me.

Thanks and

Cheers from Brasil!
DominicB - | 2,684
9 Aug 2013 #2
Are those cities enough for Poland?

Leave out £ódż, and spend more time in the other four, if you have 15 days, or in three of the other four, if you only have ten days. Yes, those would be the best "youth" cities, but only after the semester starts up at the beginning of October. Until then, a lot of the students leave these cities and go to their hometowns. However, all of those cities also have a lot of young tourists during the summer and fall, from Poland and from other countries.

If you absolutely are hell bent on seeing £ódż, you can easily do it as a day trip from Warsaw. It's only two hours away by train. Other easy day trips from Warsaw include Kazimierz Dolny, and from Kraków, Auschwitz and Zakopane.
delphiandomine 83 | 17,788
9 Aug 2013 #3
However, all of those cities also have a lot of young tourists during the summer and fall, from Poland and from other countries.

Poznań is pretty dead during the summer - there's life, but it's mostly an older crowd.
DominicB - | 2,684
10 Aug 2013 #4
Same here in Wrocław. Was driving with a friend during "rush hour" yesterday and she said how much she likes summer because the traffic is light. The tourist crowd is predominantly older Germans. Young tourists are usally from Italy, Rumania and the Netherlands. I don't see as many Brits as I used to seven years ago.
PeterPoland28 1 | 1
3 Aug 2016 #5
Częstochowa !!! Around i know interesting places :)


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