How to Date Polish Girls


Polish Girls

Polish girls represent a changing of the guard. Poland is more or less the “bridge” from Western and Eastern Europe. In Western Europe, you’ll have much more of the American way of life. Once you hit Poland though, things start to change…

Many men grow tired of their dating choices in the West, and look abroad. Polish girls are one of the options that many consider, and for good reason. They speak excellent English, are intrigued by Western culture, but yet it’s still quite different than dating in Western countries and cities.

Those of you who are interested in going to Poland, listen up. Here are some things you simply must know if you want to date Polish girls. Ignore them at your own peril.

1. They Love the West

In comparison to places like Ukraine or Russia, Poland is far more westernized.

McDonald’s, KFC, and Burger King have popped up in all of the major cities. And they keep adding new ones at a fast (and terrifying) pace. While I hope that it doesn’t get to the point where you have five McDonald’s in a 3 block radius, this does work to your advantage when it comes to Polish girls.

Simply put, they’re fascinated by Western culture.

They like the celebrities, movies, and food.

2. The Courtship Process

There doesn’t need to be one in Poland. They are more open to the pleasures of life than far Eastern European countries. Polish culture has made hookups okay. Remember what I said about how Polish women love Western culture?

Well, that doesn’t just extend to the movies and food.

While a few of them (and it’s really not many) only want to date local Polish men, most Polish girls are more than open to the idea of dating a foreigner. Or at least going on one date. Speaking of…

British stag parties have been coming to Poland long enough that there’s isn’t as much of a “sex tourist” stigma as you’ll find in a place further east. Instead, it seems that Polish women have more or less just embraced the entire hookup culture that (for better or worse) exists in the West.

3. The 1st Date with Polish Girls

If you’re a Western guy and you’re dating abroad in Poland, prepare for the questions. They’re going to come hard and fast. They’re going to wonder why you’re in her city/country, why you don’t like Western culture (tread carefully!), and what you like about Polish girls. Like I said earlier, they won’t often refer to you as a sex tourist but it may pop up at times.

You do not need to do anything over the top.

In fact, please don’t. Polish women love their vodka and beer, so just keep it casual. While you don’t have to take her to a grungy college dive bar (though many of them “grew up” in those places and love them), you also don’t have to try to impress her too much. In all likeliness, she’s fascinated by who you are and where you came from. She just wants to meet you and spend time with you, regardless of where you take her.

It is in your best interest to not dress too casual, but also not too over-the-top.

A good middle ground is a simple lounge bar. An good example of the style I’m talking about is this bar in Krakow.

4. Go “Casual”

Polish girls in many cases aren’t looking to get wifed up ASAP. Therefore, it’s okay to take the dating process slow. You don’t need to propose or do anything crazy in order to win her affection. If she likes you, just keep hanging out with her and eventually things will progress.

5. Once You’re in a Relationship with a Polish Girl…

You’ll find that they’re actually very feminine, sweet, and generally care for their man. They want to bring their best to a relationship. In these aspects, Polish women are actually very true to their Eastern European roots—not the Western culture they tend to embrace in a dating aspect.

No, once a relationship blossoms you can expect far more of an Eastern European women experience than a Western one.

This is a good thing, you almost get the best of both worlds. You can have the casual dating experiences if you’d like, but at least you’ve got the option of finding a good girl for a relationship. That’s rare in the West.

She’ll probably introduce you to some Polish traditions, make you some pierogis, and introduce you to her friends—potentially family, too. It’s a very interesting dynamic to see and date on a serious level when you’re living abroad. I suspect anyone reading this article will not be disappointed about the dating scene in places like Poland.

BONUS: Where To?

Krakow is a college town, and an excellent place to live overall. With some 30 or so universities in the town itself, the dating opportunities are plentiful.

Warsaw tends to be a little bit on the sleepy side, despite being a “bustling” capital city. Many people there are stuck in office jobs and careers, and so from experience the dating scene is harder.

Wroclaw is a smaller version of Krakow, and simply not as vibrant or with as much to do.

I can’t speak personally to other cities in Poland.


Polish girls are a ton of fun. I can’t stress that enough. In many Eastern European countries, the dating culture is a bit more “cold”. Not in Poland. Girls are warm, bubbly, fun, and just want to live life to the fullest.

You won’t be disappointed.

Good luck.

PS: Make sure to check out International Cupid to see what Polish women look like.

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