Travel Tips for Poland

Since joining the European Union in 2004, Poland has become an increasingly popular destination for international tourists and EFL teachers.
You will find there are many fascinating cities to explore such as Krakow, Warsaw and Wroclaw.
During the summer months you might want to spend your free time in the great outdoors as Poland has some of the most pristine national parks to be found anywhere in Europe, while the winter months offer excellent skiing and snowboarding in the Tatra Mountains.
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The demand for foreign teachers is strong in most areas of the country and the cost of living is quite low in comparison to many countries in Western Europe.
There are also dozens of ancient castles, medieval towns and relaxing spa resorts throughout the country.

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