Living In Poland - American Expat (The Good and the Bad)
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We moved to Poland from the United States USA 1 year ago and in this video im going o share with you things I like the most and the worst things about living here.
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6 Bad things
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  • Bobbydials
    Bobbydials

    Good video it made my Gf and I laugh when you started talking about the bad as we also live in Krakow and we are from Canada so we totally can relate to what you were saying. I have to disagree on some things you said but I give this video a strong 9 out of 10. Poles love paperwork and stamps and we laugh every time we have to go through that and dont even get me started on the lack of customer service in this country.

    • R M
      R M

      Poles hate the paperwork, they themselves admit it's awful. Poland is still very primitive, I was born in Poland, but to move to Poland from milk & honey just to live cheaper ? Not I.

    • Monika marciniszyn
      Monika marciniszyn

      @Vincenzo Strazzulla We dont pretend- I happen to be rude to stupid tourists, esoecially tiring Americans:-)

    • Monika marciniszyn
      Monika marciniszyn

      I hope you are learning Polish, not expect us to speak English in our own country

    • Ha Sp PL
      Ha Sp PL

      @Rob Robski I flew once from JFK to Poland through Toronto and it was very bad experience. Canadian airport and custom workers are soooooo slow and they look like they are sleepy. The best customer oriented service is in USA. I used to live in France for 3 years and it was more paper work in every public office then in Poland.

    • Bobbydials
      Bobbydials

      @schaedel martin Your comment is exactly what the problem here is here. I dont care how much these people make I did not force them to do this kind of work. If you are hired to do a job you should be doing it to the best of your abilities. That is suck a piss poor and lazy attitude makes me so mad when people say shit like you just did.

  • JA G
    JA G

    Sounds like Lithuania - very personal and family orientated. Best kept secret.

  • john smith
    john smith

    What do you do for work?

    • Try. Can. Do.
      Try. Can. Do.

      But the owner of this company reached out to me after watching my video on Poland and asked if I would like to work for him

    • Try. Can. Do.
      Try. Can. Do.

      Originally I was just driving bolt to make some extra money

    • Try. Can. Do.
      Try. Can. Do.

      I work in marketing, creating content and video production for a Cryptocurrency exchange platform you can see my current work on their KGsofts channel (CoinCasso)

  • andrew brodie
    andrew brodie

    That's fucking super

  • Rafael Mlodzianowski
    Rafael Mlodzianowski

    I am from UK but moved to Poland. So much truth in your video. The bureaucracy is a pain to start with - get the translations etc... - but once you have done it. so much easier. I actually use the Krakow DMV and Passport/ID services and man it is so smooth - now I did all my initial papers - in the UK there are no longer people and everything has become automated and robotised so getting anything done involves screaming at your phone so the robot will 'help' you. I love being able to deal with a person - it also means you can kinda apologise your way out of certain things. Also I have found with customer service by being more English and cracking a small joke or just calling them out on being shit we often end up having a good laugh and customer service becomes awesome.

    • Try. Can. Do.
      Try. Can. Do.

      Good tip thanks

  • rafalg1307
    rafalg1307

    hang in there man explore your " inner Polak" BTW I can say this because I'm polish living 30 years in the USA So asking someone to find a shirt for you in Poland would be an equivalent of You walking into a supermarket in the States and asking an employee him/her to pick up three nice tomatoes from the shelf because you cannot decide Different mentality But I congratulate you on your decision Especially since your roots are polish You will be amazed exploring different parts of Poland And if I my say explain to your kids who gen.Pułaski was , who Kościuszko all the best for you and thank you for the video

    • Try. Can. Do.
      Try. Can. Do.

      Thanks so much for the advice and thanks for watching.

  • Pawel Pala
    Pawel Pala

    Thanks for sharing. I am surprised you did not mention the car traffic in Krakow as one of the bads. Regards.

    • Try. Can. Do.
      Try. Can. Do.

      Way better than Vegas

  • Marek Choma
    Marek Choma

    Definitely your time in my Homeland is much easy for You bro ,cause Your hairdress.Trust me

    • Try. Can. Do.
      Try. Can. Do.

      Lol good to know

  • A W
    A W

    Europe is ending because of imigrants :) Islam started taking control in most of countries.

    • Try. Can. Do.
      Try. Can. Do.

      Interesting

  • Juan Hinostroza
    Juan Hinostroza

    I feel the same way so I know exactly what you're talking about. I lived in Poland for almost two years and I loved it. Hopefully in 3 years or sooner I will be back to Poland but this time for good. My Polish wife didn't like America. Thanks for sharing the video.

    • Try. Can. Do.
      Try. Can. Do.

      That's great! Thank you for watching.

  • TheBalcerman
    TheBalcerman

    All good, but you were a little bit to gentle on the road traffic thing :-)

    • Try. Can. Do.
      Try. Can. Do.

      Lol

  • Archanioł
    Archanioł

    Not true

  • Gabe shore
    Gabe shore

    loved poland

  • Małgorzata Jurys
    Małgorzata Jurys

    Nice summary! How about mashroom picking (foraging)? 😀

    • Try. Can. Do.
      Try. Can. Do.

      Crazy. No one American does that

  • Bart G
    Bart G

    Great video, I like that you enjoy being back where your roots are :D I got confused during the money talk. The impression that the number seems very high :) it doesn't make sense, just divide everything by 4 (or multiply), you're right that some imported stuff is expensive, mostly because of VAT which is 23%. Regarding good quality food and veggies, I think we are still far behind the US with GMO, so you have more real stuff. Agriculture in Poland is still locally owned, no great corporations like in the States.

    • Try. Can. Do.
      Try. Can. Do.

      True true

  • deltaZabrze1980 [ POLAND - Central Europe ]
    deltaZabrze1980 [ POLAND - Central Europe ]

    It is quite good vid . But - what would You said if i told you that i hate americans?

  • KAROLINA CZAPIEWSKA
    KAROLINA CZAPIEWSKA

    My husband says you should come drive in kaszuby😂

  • M T
    M T

    Things I don't like - Idiot Americans abroad "sharing" their provincial and naive experiences about living in Europe. My favorite is "like... trams have rails".....uhhh no shite Sherlock.

  • Dominik Piotrowski
    Dominik Piotrowski

    yeah i can join you on that to get something done as simple as driving licence or taxes is a very long process

  • zbyszanna
    zbyszanna

    I haven't watch the video yet, but I swear, if I hear you talking shit about my country, I'm gonna find you and I'm gonna cut your tires. Nah, just joking, it's always interesting to see how other people experience what is an everyday occurence for you.

  • Herbata Gacha*-*
    Herbata Gacha*-*

    Walić że film z przed 2 mies i tak pisze kom lol xD

  • mso008
    mso008

    Western Europe is turning into a shit house. I have to live in Spain for very personal reasons, but would move if I could.

    • Try. Can. Do.
      Try. Can. Do.

      Ouch

  • Meggie YYy
    Meggie YYy

    Lol im Polish i have completely different experience with customer service xD harassed by sellers thats how i would describe it. But about ours administrations , we are upset with all of the papers you need and the time it takes too. So :)

    • Try. Can. Do.
      Try. Can. Do.

      Lol yeah the papers and the stamps 😬

  • flutingaround
    flutingaround

    I'm a Polish American that would like to check Poland out for possible retirement. May I ask: Can an English speaker get by there without speaking Polish? How much a part of the culture is drinking? If I live a sober lifestyle, would I fit in? How are the public libraries? Equal rights? sorry for all the random questions....

  • Mojosiedlak
    Mojosiedlak

    My husband and I are planning to move to Poland soon. I can't wait. I've already sent my documents to be apostatized, so when it's time to go, I'm ready. Husband was born there, so he just has to update his ID when we get there.

    • Mojosiedlak
      Mojosiedlak

      Wow.

    • Try. Can. Do.
      Try. Can. Do.

      That's amazing, I'm so excited for your new adventure. Safe travels I hope the move goes better than mine did Our flight got canceled the day we were supposed to move to Poland

  • marcin rosol
    marcin rosol

    you forgot to mention that we love to complain too ..lol,,nevertheless you're right on about most of it..

    • Try. Can. Do.
      Try. Can. Do.

      Lol

  • Tom
    Tom

    When American moves to Poland he is called expatriate when Pole moves to America he is called immigrant 🤔

  • AVI
    AVI

    I have lived in Warsaw for 3 years now, but I'm moving to Wrocław. You're so right with tech products and gas being too much.. iPhones and Macbooks are overpriced here. I spent around 1-2K pln on gas with a Diesel Volvo every month. I drove a lot, but in Texas it'd be half the price!

    • Try. Can. Do.
      Try. Can. Do.

      Lol

  • Ana Mia
    Ana Mia

    You just don't buy an iPhone or any apple product, EVER. There are phones that range from 500 zlotty to 900 zlotty. much more approachable thank God.

    • Try. Can. Do.
      Try. Can. Do.

      Truth

  • Kathrin Schwarzbach
    Kathrin Schwarzbach

    To Point 2: everywhere in Europe the people would not leave the restaurant right after dinnner. I noticed when i traveled the U.S. that all the people left the restaurant in a minute....Thats very uncommon in Germany ( i am German) and Italy aswell...

    • Try. Can. Do.
      Try. Can. Do.

      Very cool

  • EmaragamesPL
    EmaragamesPL

    Can agree.im polish myself, although I would love to move to America because it's just so cool there!

    • Try. Can. Do.
      Try. Can. Do.

      Make a plan

  • Konrad Kułaj
    Konrad Kułaj

    Great video. I was suprised that you liked the weather here, to me there is not enough sun in Poland and I would prefer California/Colorado/Nevada. The paperwork in here is insane, even for locals, so if it helps we hate it as much as you do :D Cracow is great city, hope you enjoy your time in Poland ;)

    • Try. Can. Do.
      Try. Can. Do.

      Thanks

  • ZODIAC
    ZODIAC

    TEH BEST WAY TO ROB PEOPLE IS BY OVERCHARGING ADN UNDERPAYING THAT CAPITALISM

  • ZODIAC
    ZODIAC

    THE MIDDLE CALSS AND THE RICH WILL ROB U ONE THOUSAND TIMES WORSE THEN A MUGGER IN TEH STREET IN USA

    • Try. Can. Do.
      Try. Can. Do.

      Ok

  • d0nutwaffle
    d0nutwaffle

    "Everybody obeys the law" when reffering to the traffic? Haha good one, ziomuś, Kraków must be a real fluke in Poland, since what you've described regarding traffic is the exact opposite of my personal 30 years worth of experience. Cars that start one by one, "Woman" parking , everyone cuts in, daredevil speeddemons, we have it all. There are a ton of roadside crosses to remind you what cutting corners and thinking that you are some hot shit driver ends up in.

    • Try. Can. Do.
      Try. Can. Do.

      Drive in Vegas for 1 day and you will see how good it really is here in comparison

  • EarthlingReggie
    EarthlingReggie

    Interesting video. I am from Slovakia so this rings very close to home.. literally. ❤️

    • Try. Can. Do.
      Try. Can. Do.

      Amazing

  • LUKE VIBER
    LUKE VIBER

    Cool Video Bro.....I live in the USA now and I'm originally from Poland. Sometimes I miss it very much. It was nice to see someone from outside enjoying their life in Poland. Thank You... Please do visit Gdansk at some point. It's a beautiful city.

    • Try. Can. Do.
      Try. Can. Do.

      Will do thanks for watching

  • NeverGiveUpNeverGiveIn L
    NeverGiveUpNeverGiveIn L

    American man here. Earning my BA in History and looking at applying to Uniwersytet Opolski for MA.

    • NeverGiveUpNeverGiveIn L
      NeverGiveUpNeverGiveIn L

      @Try. Can. Do. 😁

    • Try. Can. Do.
      Try. Can. Do.

      Do it

  • Sunforged
    Sunforged

    I'm doing a power-point presentation of Poland and now I'm interested in visiting! XD

    • Try. Can. Do.
      Try. Can. Do.

      Do it

  • Justa Langusta
    Justa Langusta

    Living in Poland as an example of living in Europe? Don't think so.

    • Justa Langusta
      Justa Langusta

      @Try. Can. Do. Poland is poor country, people are insecure. You can see that in the eyes. Maybe not you but I can always recognise polish people abroad. We are like second category Europeans. That fear is deep inside us. We can't work with pleasure, we used to think that work has to be hard, exhausting etc. Our survival rate is very high in comparison to west european countries.

    • Try. Can. Do.
      Try. Can. Do.

      How so?

  • Stefan Gerichhausen
    Stefan Gerichhausen

    Can you tell more about the challenge of Poland with Smog problems? Krakow is the city with the highest emissions so that breath problems occur? What can you tell about this problem, how really serious it is and how it affects people?

    • Try. Can. Do.
      Try. Can. Do.

      I will do a new video on this topic

  • Daniel Escobar
    Daniel Escobar

    Also been living in Krakow for 1 year. Now visiting family in Mexico, can’t wait to go back!!

    • Try. Can. Do.
      Try. Can. Do.

      Very nice!

  • Maciek Igna
    Maciek Igna

    what's up with the recent interest in Poland by so many??? hmm.....I think I know... time to buy weapons

  • Nicknormous Reports
    Nicknormous Reports

    I'm of polish ancestry... this sounds appealing.... I don't like many American aphorisms and habits.... especially the overly zealous and in your business aspect....

  • Attila Vanheel
    Attila Vanheel

    I am a Dutch but i do really like Poland maybe i earn less there than in my country but i do not have to earn a lot of money that is not too important. But there are many mountains and good natures thats why i like it. Also the the season I like the winter in Poland because you will see a lot of snow but in the Netherlands you dont see that much any more than before. Also one good thing for me Poland is a calm country not as crowded in Western Europe like France The Netherlands (refuegees coming to western europe). Less peoples in Poland and exactly what you said the life is slower and easier. In poland i see almost100% polish peoples is also exactly what you said poland for the polish peoples

    • Try. Can. Do.
      Try. Can. Do.

      True

    • Attila Vanheel
      Attila Vanheel

      Just one thing i dont like about polish is they are miserable . Always thinking of negatiev .

  • Attila Vanheel
    Attila Vanheel

    I am a Dutch and i like poland . I click

    • Try. Can. Do.
      Try. Can. Do.

      Thank you

  • Ricardo Rici
    Ricardo Rici

    Poland? Bad choice. OMG what have you done...

    • Try. Can. Do.
      Try. Can. Do.

      Lol

  • Krzysztof W.
    Krzysztof W.

    ive been living here my whole life and met rude salesman/woman like in 5% of the time. Guess youve just met them too but in your situation its 95%...

  • Anna Leszczyk-Singh
    Anna Leszczyk-Singh

    Its sooo true exeactly heheh..more less :D

    • Try. Can. Do.
      Try. Can. Do.

      Thanks for watching

  • vas1900
    vas1900

    hahaha :) great video :) love that part about customer service - I will give you a tip try to joke with them it will do miracles. In terms of language, it will take 2+ years for your brain to build a new neural network, its a chemistry and you can't do anything about it. I'm expat in London while being Polish and took me a while and I hated it - but thats just perfectionism isn't it? - remember that poles are very aware that you are trying to speak one of the most complicated languages on the planet, and they know that it is painful and they will appreciate that - they will be more helpful and nice to you if you try to speak polish - even broken as hell, than English - as they think if you decided to live in Poland you need to learn Polish at some point there is no other way :). Polish when abroad do the same - will try to learn English or any other language - its a matter of respect to the people and country. Watch a lot of TV but without subtitles - It will help your brain to adapt. Also by learning another language, you are getting +10 extra points to your IQ :) Yeah Poland is an extremely bureaucratic country I think the reason is history and division of Poland between three countries. Its a madness but not only for you but for polish people too :D - they hate that.

    • Try. Can. Do.
      Try. Can. Do.

      Thanks for the advice

  • Marcin Kazimierski
    Marcin Kazimierski

    Thanks for nice comments about Poland:)

    • Try. Can. Do.
      Try. Can. Do.

      Thanks for watching

  • El Żbieta
    El Żbieta

    Hey :), to fakt w Polsce elektronika jest droga ale kupujesz z kablami funkcyjnymi co oczywiście jest mega wygodne, jeśli zaś chodzi o nowości techniczne (iPhone), to większość Polaków po prostu zawiera umowy z operatorem sieci komórkowej i spłaca na raty w abonamencie. Polskie jedzenie jest MNIAM, jemy dużo jedzenia domowego, może jestem "inna" ale tylko w Polsce smakuje mi chleb, będąc w innych krajach na wakacjach oczywiście próbowałam Ich wypieków ale.... to nie to. Pozdrawiam 😊

    • Try. Can. Do.
      Try. Can. Do.

      Dziękuję

  • Happy WALEK
    Happy WALEK

    Bald man 👩‍🦲

    • Try. Can. Do.
      Try. Can. Do.

      Truth

  • richard thayer
    richard thayer

    38 percent income tax ...low wages...no thank you unless you are getting paid in the states!

    • Try. Can. Do.
      Try. Can. Do.

      That's why I have a KGsofts channel

  • Thomas R
    Thomas R

    I love Poland it’s beautiful I went there two or three years ago.

    • Try. Can. Do.
      Try. Can. Do.

      Agreed

  • Eve Starniewski
    Eve Starniewski

    I love your video!

    • Try. Can. Do.
      Try. Can. Do.

      Thanks 😉

  • Julia Dudnik
    Julia Dudnik

    If you think that sorting something out in Poland is difficult - try to do it in the UK. There's so many people who have no clue what they do, especially when it comes to sorting out any type of financial problems in Britain.

    • Try. Can. Do.
      Try. Can. Do.

      Wow

  • KowalskyLeon
    KowalskyLeon

    Czy to nie Damon Albarn z Blur, ino wersja bez włosów???

    • Try. Can. Do.
      Try. Can. Do.

      Lol

  • Thumtl Nguyen
    Thumtl Nguyen

    Italians are not homogeneous. Italians in the north are like Germanic and Italians in the south are mixed with Greek and even Turkish. A friend of mine from Greece tells me that around 14-15 century there was a migration of Greeks and Turkish people to Italy. Look at people of Sicily a lot of them look Turkish.

    • Try. Can. Do.
      Try. Can. Do.

      Interesting

  • Sandra
    Sandra

    I am from the States too and I have lived in Kraków for almost 7 years now. I am still in love with the city! I have had all the same observations as you about living here. Your video confirmed those observations for me, both the good and the bad. Enjoyed your video very much.

    • Try. Can. Do.
      Try. Can. Do.

      Thank you

  • JViello
    JViello

    Hey bro, pretty much everything you said you liked about living there, you can find here in New England. Seriously, like everything except 1 or 2. I live near New Britain CT, better known as "New Britski". One of, if not THE largest population of Polish people in the U.S. If not the largest, it's definitely the high concentration. Anyhow, as you were going through your list all I could think was "Yep, that's why I moved back to New England from the South...Yep, that too...uh huh, that too." LOL What you listed and more. I'm smack between Boston and NYC, ocean and mountains, 4 seasons, culture, history, density etc etc. So, if things don't work out there have a look here. You might find the best of both worlds for yourself. Good luck to you and your family! PS. I"m half Polish myself. Woot! LOL

  • ann dednepsus
    ann dednepsus

    Another expat? I don’t like the word, maybe just an immigrant. The video is nice :)

    • Try. Can. Do.
      Try. Can. Do.

      Keywords

  • Koffie James
    Koffie James

    Vegas and Krakow have a similar size in square kilometers V = 340 C = 326. Don't tell lies. The old town in Krakow is simply tiny compared to the rest of the city based on ugly communist buildings

    • Try. Can. Do.
      Try. Can. Do.

      Cool

  • Ailuj Otkins
    Ailuj Otkins

    You know a lot of polish people (old people) don't know English and when you asking Hey do you know where ale shop they often don't know what do you say and they say what they know like no Pozdrawiam z Polski

    • Try. Can. Do.
      Try. Can. Do.

      I only speak polish to polish people

  • Beata Żakowicz
    Beata Żakowicz

    Jestem Polka mieszkająca w Kanadzie . Zgadzam sie z Toba w 100procentach zwłaszcza w kwestii "BAD"!!!

    • Try. Can. Do.
      Try. Can. Do.

      Thanks for watching

  • Polish Your Kitchen
    Polish Your Kitchen

    😊 pretty accurate

    • Try. Can. Do.
      Try. Can. Do.

      Thanks

  • fredro
    fredro

    Four seasons have plenty of drawbacks as well, for example: massive floods occur every spring, our houses require additional warming and heating which makes them much more expensive to build and use than in the US, cracks and holes on the newly-built roads appear much faster etc. Honestly I wish we had the climate like in Las Vegas :)

    • Try. Can. Do.
      Try. Can. Do.

      🤮

  • Dupa Dupa
    Dupa Dupa

    you go to greece there are greek people you go to italy there are italian people you go to germany there are turkish people very homogenous ;)

    • Try. Can. Do.
      Try. Can. Do.

      Lol

  • Ba Baba
    Ba Baba

    I think in general, Europeans work to live and Americans live to work. Customer service In Poland has always been bad. Bureaucracy and customer service goes back to times of communism (the general population hates it too) and it needs reform. Management and owners your business depends on the customer so consider great customer service to anyone. No one has to come to your business and no one has to buy your product. Hopefully this will change.

    • Try. Can. Do.
      Try. Can. Do.

      Hopefully

  • Mario Andaman
    Mario Andaman

    Measured, rational, based on experience opinion. Congrats!

    • Try. Can. Do.
      Try. Can. Do.

      Thanks

  • FMGM1PCE7L
    FMGM1PCE7L

    We easily recognize Polish people abroad. We look at their face, moves, appearance, and we just know.

  • Anna Z
    Anna Z

    Very accurate...

  • Jarosław Kłamczyński
    Jarosław Kłamczyński

    <a href="#" class="seekto" data-time="420">7:00</a> It's not true and It's not posiible due to phisics laws

  • Patryk Gryfik
    Patryk Gryfik

    Hej :) Gdzie mieszkasz w Polsce? Hi! Where do you live in Poland?

  • Zeewman
    Zeewman

    "High moisture and lots of rain." In 2020 I call it fake news.

  • Piotr Zapałowicz
    Piotr Zapałowicz

    Hey, nice video! Just FYI - an average gross salary in Poland is currently at 5,200 PLN vs 4,056 USD in the US. Therefore, a 3,000-PLN-net salary is NOT a good salary, since it's even below average (5200 gross translates to approx. 3,750 net). A good salary in a big city, such as in Kraków, can start at 5k net, since with it, you could theoretically survive and also save something like 1.5-2k a month. An average net wage in the US after tax and social security stands at approx. 2,850 USD, so a "good one" would start somewhere around 4k USD I guess. So to make a long story short - in your segment at the <a href="#" class="seekto" data-time="630">10:30</a> minute mark you should probably take into account 5k PLN and 4k USD as a salary, and then the gap is not that large. Anyway, nice vid, cheers :)

    • Piotr Zapałowicz
      Piotr Zapałowicz

      also: 300 PLN for a tank of gas? What are you driving, a tank? :)) That would be more than 60 liters. I don't think I've ever driven a car with such a huge tank. Accidentally, I have a Hyundai and a full tank is like 40-45 liters.

  • Geoff Van Der Merwe
    Geoff Van Der Merwe

    hey bro ! Cool video . How did you study the language ? Did you use any specific apps ? My wife is claiming her citizenship and we want to move to Poland in the near future .

  • cliff Monthy
    cliff Monthy

    I can really say that living here is the best decisions I've ever made. What you've expressed in the good, I totally agree with you. In the bad, not really. There is a factor to consider when comparing to the US, mainly in gas prices. In my experiences with customer services, no problem, you'll find one or two bad customer services now and then, tell me where in the world one doesn't experience such situations.

  • Barbara Saleh
    Barbara Saleh

    Yea it is much slower here for sure.

  • Atif Baig
    Atif Baig

    Poland isn't considered continental Europe. Poles are in every European country EXCEPT Poland. Congrats, ur in the shittiest European country. Like, like ,like, like.... god I hate Americans

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