Welcome to

Poland

Why nomads love
Poland
?
  • Polish kindness: contrary to the clichés you may hear, Polish people are warm and welcoming 
  • History: if you are interested in the Second World War history, you can visit sites all over the country 
  • Cost of living: Poland's major cities for a gentler, more affordable lifestyle than other European metropolises
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What’s in your housing?

A comfortable workspace
High performance wifi connection
Fully equipped  kitchen
Full cleaning every week
Laundry on site
Well-designed furniture
A 24/7 support
High quality bedding

Your country Manager

Jakob Novak

I'm here to:

Organize your arrival in the house

Help you with administrative procedures related to the destination

Provide you with concierge services before and during your stay

Assist you in case of troubles

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Life in

Poland

Whether you walk, ride or paddle through their beautiful national parks, in search of the last wild bison in Europe or the bears of the Carpathians. Whether you walk through the streets of Poland's beautiful cities. Even those destroyed by the war have been able to rebuild their former noble architecture. You will discover real gems, among which Krakow, one of the most beautiful cities in Central Europe.

Biggest airports

Warsaw Chopin Airport

Żwirki i Wigury, 00-001 Warszawa, Poland

Kraków John Paul II International Airport

Kapitana Mieczysława Medweckiego 1, 32-083 Balice, Poland

Transports in

Poland

The Polish railway network is very developed, and is a very affordable mode of transport: up to 2-3 times cheaper than the bus on some routes! Buses go almost everywhere. They are recommended for short and medium trips, as they are faster than the train, but they are more expensive and less comfortable on long distances. Cabs are a very practical and affordable way to get around the big cities.

The beauty of

Poland

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