Exuberant Krakow drawing in Irish landlords
The Polish city is increasingly seen as an ideal investment location, writes Diarmaid Condon.
The Polish city of Krakow, or Cracow, is attracting an increasing amount of attention from Irish property investors, attracted by its young population and its position as Poland's most popular tourist area.
The capital of the Malopolskie Voivodship region, the city is the scientific, administrative, financial, and economic hub of this area. Although it has a population of 750,000, its centre is a manageable size, allowing visitors to walk between most of its major attractions,...
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