Poland is ranked the 7th richest country in Europe and has a population of 38.4 million. Its capital city Warsaw is a veritable centre of culture housing many theatres, museums and concert halls, the most reputable being the Warsaw Philharmonic. The country’s official language is Polish and the currency is the Zlotych (PLN).
Living in Poland
Poland’s climate is temperate with cold, cloudy and moderately severe winters with frequent precipitation, while their summers are mild with frequent showers and thunderstorms. Public transport is easily accessible in Poland and varies throughout the country. City and suburban busses run everywhere and some of the bigger cities also have a tram system. Warsaw however is the only city with an underground train network.
Cost of living
The average monthly disposable monthly income after tax in Poland is between €440-€890. A cappuccino averages €1.23 and the average rent of a one bedroom city centre apartment is between €205-€450.
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