Hi Everyone, It does seem like the blog has been neglected recently, but in fact I am now working on adding a new section that will provide you with support in terms of the paperwork that you will need to go through when starting your life abroad. Please visit the blog within the next couple … Continue reading Relocation Guide – Paperwork
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I mentioned in my recent post that you can enjoy Krakow completely for free if you just do some research. Then today, one of my colleagues came to me with a local newspaper on this exact subject, so thank you Dorota for this week's activity update. By the way, I have to admit I'm lreally … Continue reading Discover museums in Krakow for free
I recently published the new Career Page as part of the Relocation Guide and I am now looking to including more information within the Career in Krakow section. If there is anything you would like to read about, just let me know in the comments. Starting a career is not necessarily something that only concerns fresh … Continue reading Starting a career in Krakow
The public transportation post has started a very interesting discussion in one of the LinkedIn groups - as it was pointed out I forgot to mention the most important type of public transportation for those who work in KBP (Krakow Business Park) - the train. KBP is a business park located outside of Krakow, near … Continue reading Public transportation – Kraków Business Park
Krakow is a popular tourist destination with over 8 mln visitors last year. If you are thinking of including Krakow in your vacation plan, make sure to find a comfortable place to stay during your visit. First, you should decide on your budget and the type of accommodation you are interested in. If you are … Continue reading Visiting Krakow – the cost of stay
The public healthcare system in Poland is state financed and is available to all employed residents of Poland. I will provide more information about this in future posts. But if you are relocating to Poland, make sure to ask your employer/potential employer if they cover private healthcare as well – this is a common benefit … Continue reading Private healthcare in Krakow
If you are looking to discover Krakow on a more intimate level - here is a beautiful video about literary Krakow.
Krakow is the type of city where you really don’t need a car to move around. In fact, more often than not, parking the car is such a hustle that it might be faster to travel by public transportation. And even though the locals like to complain about it, most of the time you can … Continue reading Public transportation in Krakow
Wola Justowska is probably the most expensive location in the entire city. A separate entity until 1941, Wola Justowska became the residential district of Krakow. This is where you will go if you want to rent a house. Unfortunately, it is not the easiest part of the city to commute from if you don’t have … Continue reading Apartment Hunting: Wola Justowska, Zwierzyniec and Salwator
Salary expectations are something you will be asked about early on in a recruitment process. It is always best to do a little research before you answer how to answer, but when relocating to a foreign country you simply cannot do without it. First of all, you should take into account the cost of living. … Continue reading Relocation Guide: Salary Expectations