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Warsaw2020-06-16T23:02:28+00:00

The cultural, political and geographical heart of Poland, Warsaw is an enchanting city unmatched by any in its resilience. Despite suffering unprecedented damage in multiple conflicts throughout history, the city has repeatedly risen from the ashes, each time getting stronger. Warsaw’s officials spared no effort in ensuring the city was restored to its former glory following World War II. As such, it enjoys status as one of the continent’s most charming capitals, home to a UNESCO World Heritage Site, highly rated museums and historically significant landmarks.

Though the city has maintained a tight grip on its past, this hasn’t prevented it from embracing the future. Today, Warsaw is spearheading the nation’s rapid economic growth, making its mark on Europe. Its increasing wealth is evident in the ever-changing cityscape – one characterized by both modern and medieval architecture. The Polish capital embodies the best of Europe, both old and new. It boasts the unmistakable energy of a city set for success, so it’s not hard to see why this is rapidly becoming one of Europe’s most appealing teaching destinations.

OUR TEACHING PROGRAMS IN WARSAW

English Teaching Jobs in Warsaw

It’s not always easy to find a trustworthy English teaching jobs in Warsaw without prior knowledge of the industry or language. That’s where we come in. Working with a team of in-country experts in all things Poland, we offer a selection of reputable teaching jobs in Warsaw.

Our programs and services differ depending on what you are looking for; choose our fully serviced Poland Teaching Program, or our Basic Visa and Placement option. Whichever you choose, together with our partners we commit to finding you a quality teaching position and providing the support you need to settle in and make the most of this incredible city.

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BASIC INFORMATION

About Warsaw

Weather

Located in eastern central Poland, Warsaw has a humid continental climate. It endures harsh winters and warm summers, with an annual average temperature of 7.8°C.

Geography

Warsaw is generally quite a flat city. It lies in the central-eastern part of the country and is relatively close to the border of Belarus. As the capital, it has great inter-city transport links.

Language

The official language of Poland is Polish, and this is the primary language used in school and business. Warsaw also has its own dialect known as Masovian that you may also hear.

THINGS TO DO

Top Attractions

Poland’s historical capital city is bursting with things to see and do. Whether you’re into history, art, shopping or clubbing, you can rest assured; you won’t get bored here.

The Old Town

The Old Town

Warsaw’s UNESCO World Heritage site is every bit as beautiful as you might imagine. Located in the heart of the city, the Old Town boasts a sea of 12th to 13th century-style colourful buildings, many housing quaint cafes and restaurants with outside seating, best enjoyed on a sunny day.

Trakt Królewski

Trakt Królewski

There’s no better way to explore the beautiful historical area of the city than by taking a stroll along the ‘Royal Route’. Covering a total of one mile, the trail runs along five connecting streets lined with important buildings and monuments. Start at the edge of the Old Town, and end at the beautiful Royal Łazienki Park.

Royal Łazienki Park

Royal Łazienki Park

The capital’s largest and most scenic park dates back to the 17th century Baroque period. Home to numerous palaces, an amphitheatre and orangeries, this is a wonderful spot to relax, take a stroll or take part in sports activities.

Museum of the Warsaw Uprising

Museum of the Warsaw Uprising

A must-visit for anyone interested in Poland’s past, the Museum of the Warsaw Uprising details the famous Polish resistance movement aimed at liberating the city from German occupation in 1944. Visitors can see artefacts from the time, including bunkers and newspaper clippings.

Royal castle

Royal castle

This imposing structure is an iconic Warsaw landmark that holds great historical significance. After suffering two demolitions, one in the 1650s, the other in 1944, the castle has been twice reconstructed according to its former structure. Today, it welcomes visitors to see where former Polish monarchies once lived.

POLIN Museum

POLIN Museum

After seven years of planning and preparation, this museum dedicated to the history of Jews in Warsaw opened in 2014. Containing eight galleries exhibiting genuine artefacts, the museum shows how Poland became home to Europe’s largest Jewish community.

If you like to unwind with a beer (or vodka) after a hard day’s work, you’ll have plenty of choice in Warsaw. The locals are partial to a drink or two, so Warsaw is home to many great best bars and clubs. Here are a few of our favorites.

Piw Paw

Piw Paw

Piw Paw is the bar of every beer drinker’s dreams. With around 100 varieties of beer on tap and a further 200 in bottles, you’ll never run out of new beers to try. It’s open 24/7 though, so you can give it a good go!

Plan B

Plan B

Usually the Plan A of many Warsaw locals, this popular student bar is basic, cheap and a great night out. The bar lays on regular gigs and DJ nights, and it’s always one of the busiest spots in town.

Syreni Śpiew

Syreni Śpiew

If you enjoy live music in a swankier venue, you’ll love Syreni Śpiew. As Poland’s first whiskey and cocktail bar with live performances, it’s a popular venue boasting a huge menu and a bunch of awards.

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