Removals to Poland have become a regular occurrence; It’s a nice twist to the alleged emigration that followed Poland’s entering the Schengen area in 2007. It’s also a testament to the dynamism of the Polish economy. Moving to Poland will challenge you as you will face a very different culture to western Europe’s; an intriguing mix of contemporary and traditional, where the Catholic Church still has a significant influence. Here is an overview of life in Poland and what you can expect when you move.
Poland is one of the hidden gems of Europe. Located in central Europe, Poland isn’t a massive hit with holiday-makers; However, gradually tourists are learning that this country has much to offer.
You will enjoy spectacular sceneries from a wide variety of landscapes, from the drama of the mountains to the relaxed beauty of the towns. Art lovers will appreciate the culture, and there is a range of historical sites to enjoy.
Although Poland joined the EU in 2004, and the Schengen Area in 2007, it has not yet adopted the Euro. The currency in Poland remains the Zloty.