To relocate in Europe: it’s a dream for people all over the world, but can anyone with modest means afford it? Welcome to the heart of Europe! Relocation guide to Poland will take you to where you can still enjoy a low cost of living and where you can make a start on your goal of living in Europe. You may like Poland so much you just might decide to stay there! In the last few years Poland became very popular among foreigners. So take a look at this eBook and discover a way to the heart of Europe.
“It has always been my dream to own something in Europe, especially a house in a small village and to start an Agro-Tourism business on my farm. I think it is a perfectly normal and beautiful country, with a rich tradition of culture, arts, music, and great cuisine. I admire the architecture and scenery very much, and Polish hospitality is excellent.”
Yes, Poland is a beautiful country with a thousand-year history, and also has one of the fastest growing economies in Europe. Especially low labour costs and dynamic foreign trade exchange make Poland very competitive among other locations. Many of its cities built in the middle-ages keep the royal grandeur of Poland's past. And Poland’s landscapes offer wild and pristine nature, from the alpine mountains and crystal-clear lakes to majestic high cliffs and sweeping sand beaches.
Poland can offer you a quality of living equal to EU standards and it is also one of the top places for investing in property. Many foreigners decide to buy a flat because they can count on 400 % return on the investment in the period of a decade. It’s easy to find great opportunities in real estate, and this eBook will tell you the rules you need to know in order to purchase property.
Meanwhile, you or your college-aged children can continue your studies in the heart of Europe. Polish universities offer lots of choices for students. Foreigners appreciate high-quality education, hundreds of years of tradition in research, the presence of outstanding scientists, a friendly and open society, and a comparatively low cost of living.
“I found Warsaw is an energetic city full of contrasts, with a rich cultural life and very nice people... I would recommend to everybody thinking about studying in a Central European Country that he comes to Poland and especially to Warsaw… I can only find positive words for this country.”- Telmo, Spain
Agnieszka & Anna Łapacz have filled this light-hearted and well-organized eBook with lots of references and weblinks, and they offer plenty of up-to-date tips and personalized information for expatriates in Poland, of whom there are tens of thousands. This report also contains numerous charming illustrations and full-color photographs depicting the bright and pleasant Polish life.
The information in this eBook is detailed and refreshing, taking you merrily though the history and geography of Poland while addressing many common questions. You’ll learn about the top cultural and culinary spots from an insider’s perspective, and even become acquainted with the language and customs. You’ll be interested to learn that quality, low-cost dental care is attracting an abundance of “medical tourism” and you’ll be prepared with the facts on bringing your currency, your pets or your car when you make your move. This easy, all-in-one guide is designed to make your transition quick and smooth into the heart of the continent, and to a country that really can offer much more than you might expect.
If you’ve considered making a move to Europe, you’ll definitely want to look closer at relocation in Poland. Using this guide you can successfully join the many foreigners who are coming to Europe by way of this open and prospering country situated in its heart. Get the eBook and see what you might be missing! You will feel truly welcome in the heart of Europe.