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Warsaw guide - how to go about hiring a secretary or assistant? We speak no Polish, only English or Spanish


Uvictor 1 | 1
16 Oct 2014 #1
Travelling to Warsaw and as we speak no polish, only english or spanish wanted to know how to go about hiring a secretary or assistant to accompany us in city and vicinity to guide and help with meetings, eating and visits.
smurf 39 | 1,981
16 Oct 2014 #2
English free guide here: inyourpocket.com/poland/warsaw

If you want to hire a personal guide then google is your best friend

google.pl/search?q=personal+guide+warsaw

For more official stuff, try contacting a translation company in Warsaw, they aren't cheap though but then again you're coming with Euros so most things will be cheap for you I guess
OP Uvictor 1 | 1
19 Oct 2014 #3
Thank you Smurf
Looked at the wealth of tourist guides info in the pages you shared, however we are not into touristy type tours or sightseeing
We are more i to sitting down in office and maje a plan to make a few appointments and then go visit a few companies and make a few calls.

Rgds
smurf 39 | 1,981
27 Oct 2014 #4
Rgds

try a translation company so, best of luck
La Tourista
2 Mar 2017 #5
Merged:

Please advise for me Warsaw Tourist Guide



What is the best Tourist Guide for Warsaw?
jon357 63 | 15,441
2 Mar 2017 #6
Most hotels here have adverts for guided walks - it all depends on what exactly you want to see.
La Tourista
2 Mar 2017 #7
Thanks. I just did not want to pay for something not recent. Good to know things are free online! What I should see?


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