Author: Neil Shlekht Translator Yu. Goldberg Languages: Russkiy Publisher: FAIR Series: Berlitz Pocket Guide ISBN 978-5-8183-1796-0, 978-981-268-375-5; 2012 y.
Additional characteristics Pages: 224 pages Format: 70x90/32 (113x165 mm) Binding: Paperback
The travel guides of the world famous Berlitz company are valued for their quality, accuracy and simplicity. Rich in information, color-coded for quick search, they provide a comprehensive description of the history, culture and traditions of different countries, allow you to independently explore attractions, shop and experience local cuisine. A continuous line of interesting places and amazing discoveries will make your trip with this Poland travel guide bright and unforgettable.
Author: Sabina Herbener, Rainer Elvers Languages: Russkiy Publisher: Ayaks-press Series: Russian guide. Polyglot ISBN 978-5-94161-550-6, 978-3-493-56826-4, 3-493-56826-6; 2011 y.
Additional characteristics Pages: 108 pages Format: 120x195 Binding: Paperback
Warsaw is a phoenix from the ashes, the Polish capital keeps memories of seven centuries of its history. Is Krakow the capital? Ancient Krakow, the architectural gem of Poland, was and remains a city of artists, students and intellectuals. Gdansk - from the Teutonic Order to Solidarity The city rebuilt after the war and sights await guests, and amber sellers - buyers. The Baltic Sea coast: between Szczecin and Gdansk, tourists are not only admiring the beaches. Masuria: Three Thousand Lakes The Masurian Lake District, Poland's green lungs, is a paradise for hiking, cycling and water sports. The undiscovered southeast Peace and quiet of national parks, the lively winter resort of Zakopane, architectural treasures: southeastern Poland is truly diverse. Business and austere Poznan, cozy small towns, the beauty of the landscape and architectural monuments await tourists in the west of the country.
Author: Andrey Sapunov Languages: Russian Publisher: GEO-MT ISBN 978-5-98296-063-4; 2010 y.
Additional characteristics Pages: 216 pages Format: 60x80/16 (200x145 mm) Binding: Paperback
"Poland. By cities and towns" - a practical guide to one of the largest countries in Eastern Europe. It describes in detail how to get a Polish visa, how to get into the country from the territory of Russia, as well as from Belarus and Ukraine. The book contains detailed instructions for using Polish trains and public transport. With this guide, you will be able to navigate the cafes and shops, quickly find the tourist attraction you need, and even be able to speak Polish with the locals. Particular emphasis is placed on the cultural differences between Poles and Russians that our traveler traveling to Poland needs to know. The descriptions of individual cities in the country indicate, among other things, a complete list of all existing museums.
As early as the Middle Ages, Polish education was valued throughout Europe. The first university in this country - Jagielloński (Uniwersytet Jagielloński) - was opened in 1357 in the city of Krakow. Many students from different European countries studied there, including from Russian lands. Today Polish universities and colleges are also popular with foreigners. After a country has become a member of the EU, it is possible to get not only a high-quality education, but also a diploma recognized by all European states. How can foreigners go to study in Poland?
In 1999, Poland embarked on an ambitious education reform with the main goal of improving the quality of education. Within its framework, significant changes have taken place both in the structure of the system and in curricula. As a result of the reform, Polish education has reached a common European level.
Currently, the Polish education system consists of three stages:
All levels of the Polish education system are closely related
From 6 to 18 years old, all children living in Poland must attend educational institutions. The laws of the country guarantee each child a free complete secondary education. Parents of a child who skips classes without good reason may be fined.
Polish kindergartens start accepting children at the age of 5 months. There are special groups for the little ones - żłobek. In them, parents can leave their child both for a few hours and for the whole day. In the nursery, children receive all the necessary care, including hygiene procedures and hot meals.
At the age of three, kindergarten students begin to prepare for school. In a playful way, they learn the basics of reading and writing, and also learn to communicate with peers. Moreover, children have the right to independently choose activities to their liking. In preschool institutions in Poland, there is no compulsion to any activity at all, and the most severe punishment is putting an overly naughty child on a highchair.
Children can be sent to Polish kindergartens as early as 5 months old
Polish kindergartens usually work from 07:00 to 17:00. During this time, children are fed four hot meals. There are 24/7 groups for very busy parents. The child can be kept in them for a maximum of two weeks.
In municipal preschool institutions, children can stay for no more than 5 hours free of charge. Parents will be charged for extra time. The average cost of a full day in kindergarten is 300-400 zlotys per month (5,000-6,500 rubles).
The Republic of Poland traditionally attracts migrants from the CIS countries. People come here to study and work, and then often stay for permanent residence. Modern Belarusians in Poland represent a fairly large diaspora. Many of them hold high positions, achieve success in scientific activities, get married and have families. There are agreements between the governments of the two states, the purpose of which is to protect the rights of Belarusians on Polish territory.
According to official statistics, the number of migrants in Poland is increasing. This trend has continued for several years.
Number of migrants in Poland: Grounds for stay in Poland 20172018 Residence permit 156275201845 Permanent residence permit5457868832
In 2021, the following number of applications were sent to the departments for foreigners in Poland:
When asked how many Belarusians are in Poland, the statistics provide a figure of about 48,000. In 2021, just over 10,000 applications for the legalization of stay on Polish territory were submitted on behalf of Belarusian citizens.
Most often, applications are received from male Belarusian citizens. Most of them are 20-25 years old.
Geographically, most of the applications of foreigners for the legalization of their stay in Poland go to the Mazovian Voivodeship Uzhond (the department that mainly deals with the issues of permanent residence and residence permit, citizenship); by cities - Warsaw, Radom, Siedlce.
How Belarusians are treated in Poland can be judged by the results of a survey conducted by a correspondent of “Salidarnastsi”.
In Poland, the number of international business events is rapidly growing, such as: work meetings, exhibitions, business tourism, international team-building events, incentive trips.
We offer a comprehensive organization of business events. Full support of private visits in Poland, which is the key to effective communication with foreign partners.
We invite you to take advantage of our offer of catering for tourist groups in the center of Krakow, Warsaw, Auschwitz and Wieliczka. Complex meals for groups from 6 euros.
For individual tourists, we offer restaurant reservations for the New Year, Christmas Eve and other exceptional events.
During the tour, do not forget to remind the guide about coupons for 10% discounts and welcome drinks in restaurants!
When planning a trip to Poland, take care of organizing a transfer in advance, because the language barrier and lack of knowledge of the country often leads to excessive monetary costs.
We will organize a transfer for you to anywhere in Poland. Transfer with a professional driver means comfort and safety. We can organize transfers on the most popular routes: to from Krakow Airport Balice, to. from Katowice Airport - Pyrzowice, transfer to Wieliczka Salt Mine, Auschwitz, Zakopane.
We also offer transfers to Budapest, Prague, Vienna or Bratislava.
Transfers for groups of 16 people or more are calculated on request.
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Work in Poland from a direct employer. Vacancy for men - warehouse worker collecting orders with training for a forklift operator. Stable and legal work in the warehouse of a large retail chain of stores. Place of work in varozhin (50 km from dansk).
Official employment only with a VISA (from 4 months), long-term cooperation, the possibility of contract extension. , long-term cooperation, with a possible extension and application for an annual visa, residence card.
• For men under 55; • high personal culture; • hard work, independence and responsibility; • without bad habbits; • speed and accuracy of movements; • absence of medical contraindications; • education and qualifications are not required.
Picking goods on pallets according to the order. The employee receives a list of orders and a scanner. Moves through the warehouse with a self-propelled cart/hand loader and collects the order (loading the goods onto the pallet manually).
Official holiday - World Tourism Day is celebrated on September 27. The motto for 2020 is Tourism and Rural Development. The holiday was founded by the World
This unique, breathtaking holiday is called even easier - International Mountaineering Day! And how could it be otherwise: it is this courageous part of courageous people who are closely associated with everyday extreme sports, for whom "only mountains can be better than mountains", for the younger generation is a role model.