Both with slightly higher prices, but a much larger and better selection.
As you could have guessed, Polish is the most widely spoken language in Wrocław.
Within the past few years, a large influx of Ukrainian labor has popped-up throughout the many cities in Poland, as Ukrainians continue to flee the current political and economical situation in their home country.
There seems to be a general disliking towards the masses of Ukrainians coming for work (especially cheap labor), along with the average distaste and mistrust for Russians among the Polish population, for what seems to be due to former political reasons. As with all countries, it’s always the cheapest to withdrawal money directly from the ATM, using a debit/credit card with no foreign transaction fees.
Wroclaw is a very youthful city, due to its universities, and you’ll notice the sheer number of students walking around during the day in the center during university months.
If find someone who doesn’t speak great English, you can always give your German a try if your Polish isn’t up to snuff just yet.
Other than Polish and English, you will find a large population of Ukrainians who speak both Russian and Ukrainian scattered throughout the city.
Attractiveness of Local Women: 4/5 Receptiveness to Night Game Approach: 4/5 Logistics: 4.5/5 Cost: 3.5/5 English Levels: 4/5 Expect a similar climate to the other countries located in Central Europe.
Dark, grey and cold winters with heatwaves passing through during the summer months.