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Heading to Europe in a few weeks. I plan to bounce around a few countries (Germany, Czech) and then settle in Poland for 4-6 weeks around the end of October until December.

I know it's not the best time of year to go because of the weather, but on the positive side, there will be fewer tourists and the Polish girls will be in their home cities working.

Would like to hear from a few of the Euro veterans on what you think. Am I pissing away money traveling through Europe during this time of year?

I'm OK with going to Poland this time of year because I'll have an apartment and can hit the malls and bars to pick up women. But how are the travel crowds (in hostels, etc) in the big cities (Prague, Warsaw, Berlin) during these months?

I'm not a fan of hostels, but they are a good way of meeting other travelers (including women).
In Berlin is def much busier in summer. I work at a small hostel and during the last months, it was completely booked most of the time. Last winter, on the other hand, business was much much slower. Like 10 guests a week slow.
(09-25-2012 01:11 PM)BoiBoi Wrote: [ -> ]In Berlin is def much busier in summer. I work at a small hostel and during the last months, it was completely booked most of the time. Last winter, on the other hand, business was much much slower. Like 10 guests a week slow.

Thanks for the info. I'm thinking of just getting an apartment in poland and shacking up for a few months and going light on the travel to the rest of europe until spring comes.

Or just saying fuck it and head to SEA instead.
Which city in Poland?
(09-25-2012 02:14 PM)Roosh Wrote: [ -> ]Which city in Poland?

Lodz first and then Wroclaw.
Wroclaw... wondering how it's like in the winter.

Been thinking of Poland vs Croatia lately. I have to do a post... it's a really close call.
Polish girls are more open.Croatian girls are more curious.Polish are more naive.Croatian also do not have the Balkan slyness in the same degree as Serbian.
(09-25-2012 02:40 PM)Roosh Wrote: [ -> ]Wroclaw... wondering how it's like in the winter.

Been thinking of Poland vs Croatia lately. I have to do a post... it's a really close call.

Yes Roosh, I think we all look forward to that post. Most posters and forum members have backed you up on Poland. Croatia, though, reading through the many threads, seems to have been hit or miss for most. It will be interesting to read how you cracked the code over there and if it can apply to most of us.
(09-25-2012 02:40 PM)Roosh Wrote: [ -> ]Wroclaw... wondering how it's like in the winter.


It's really diversified. From 30-40 cm of snow and -15 C (convert it to fahrenheits if you want to) one year to rainy and windy weather and around 0 C the other one. But the thing that is out of question is that it's generally cold, gloomily and unpleasant.

I think you will be missing out a lot compared to spring time. The women are heavily dressed up during the winter, not to mention that when it's really cold (-15 C and below, and that's pretty common) you won't find anyone when on a night out, everybody will be partying at their homes/apartments so a good tip is to meet as many girls as you can and crack into social circles so that you'll be invited as well. Remember that when the Christmas time comes, ALL students are off, back home, so after 20.12 is pretty much game over until New Years Eve.

I'd never recommend visiting Poland during the winter, I'd say come in April and thank me later.


@Kamaki
I remember you claiming that Croatian girls are 5 times more difficult than Polish, world's cruel, ain't it. Wink
I claimed that by roosh statistics that he needed 5 times the time to bang the first girl in Croatia compared to the time he needed in Poland.I wrote that by same estimation since he needed 3 times the time in Ukraine (13 days compared to 4 for Poland) it would mean that Ukraine is 3 times more difficult than Poland which is not true.
(09-25-2012 03:19 PM)polish rumble Wrote: [ -> ]
(09-25-2012 02:40 PM)Roosh Wrote: [ -> ]Wroclaw... wondering how it's like in the winter.


It's really diversified. From 30-40 cm of snow and -15 C (convert it to fahrenheits if you want to) one year to rainy and windy weather and around 0 C the other one. But the thing that is out of question is that it's generally cold, gloomily and unpleasant.

I think you will be missing out a lot compared to spring time. The women are heavily dressed up during the winter, not to mention that when it's really cold (-15 C and below, and that's pretty common) you won't find anyone when on a night out, everybody will be partying at their homes/apartments so a good tip is to meet as many girls as you can and crack into social circles so that you'll be invited as well. Remember that when the Christmas time comes, ALL students are off, back home, so after 20.12 is pretty much game over until New Years Eve.

I'd never recommend visiting Poland during the winter, I'd say come in April and thank me later.

Thanks Polish Rumble -- I am now officially depressed.
(09-25-2012 03:19 PM)polish rumble Wrote: [ -> ]
(09-25-2012 02:40 PM)Roosh Wrote: [ -> ]Wroclaw... wondering how it's like in the winter.


It's really diversified. From 30-40 cm of snow and -15 C (convert it to fahrenheits if you want to) one year to rainy and windy weather and around 0 C the other one. But the thing that is out of question is that it's generally cold, gloomily and unpleasant.

I think you will be missing out a lot compared to spring time. The women are heavily dressed up during the winter, not to mention that when it's really cold (-15 C and below, and that's pretty common) you won't find anyone when on a night out, everybody will be partying at their homes/apartments so a good tip is to meet as many girls as you can and crack into social circles so that you'll be invited as well. Remember that when the Christmas time comes, ALL students are off, back home, so after 20.12 is pretty much game over until New Years Eve.

I'd never recommend visiting Poland during the winter, I'd say come in April and thank me later.


@Kamaki
I remember you claiming that Croatian girls are 5 times more difficult than Polish, world's cruel, ain't it. Wink

Rumble, what about in October and November? Roosh said he did just as well then as he did in the spring.
(09-25-2012 03:19 PM)polish rumble Wrote: [ -> ]
(09-25-2012 02:40 PM)Roosh Wrote: [ -> ]Wroclaw... wondering how it's like in the winter.


It's really diversified. From 30-40 cm of snow and -15 C (convert it to fahrenheits if you want to) one year to rainy and windy weather and around 0 C the other one. But the thing that is out of question is that it's generally cold, gloomily and unpleasant.

I think you will be missing out a lot compared to spring time. The women are heavily dressed up during the winter, not to mention that when it's really cold (-15 C and below, and that's pretty common) you won't find anyone when on a night out, everybody will be partying at their homes/apartments so a good tip is to meet as many girls as you can and crack into social circles so that you'll be invited as well. Remember that when the Christmas time comes, ALL students are off, back home, so after 20.12 is pretty much game over until New Years Eve.

I'd never recommend visiting Poland during the winter, I'd say come in April and thank me later.

hey thanks, this is similar to my question about visiting moscow at the end of december.
I've visited Poland primarily in October, November and January. The place I've been though is Sopot, there's pretty much something going on every night. One of my visits had a blanket of snow greeting me, but the partying didnt stop. The lack of other tourists and 'sex tourists' is why winter is a good draw.
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