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19. august 2022 · 2 minute

Best Digital Nomad Groups to Join in Warsaw

Warsaw is a wonderful city full of opportunities and remote workers from all over the world. But where should you meet them all? Whether you want to meet someone for a coffee or you have questions about your stay in Poland, there are tons of groups both offline and online that can help you out. Here are some of the best groups to join in Warsaw as a digital nomad.

Online groups for digital nomads in Warsaw

Online groups are a great source of information. Whether you need to know how to best deal with the local administration, you want to be part of the best and most interesting events in the Polish capital, or you just want to have a nice chat, online groups are here to help.

The most obvious place to start is the Warsaw Digital Nomads Facebook group. People ask questions, post events, and look for accommodation with over a thousand other digital nomads. If you want to know everything about this lifestyle in Warsaw, this is the place to go.

There are tons of other groups that will make your life much easier as a nomad. There’s the Warsaw - Events Calendar group and the International Events in Warsaw where you can see what’s going on in the city. Most of these events are focused on English speakers as well so the language barrier shouldn’t be too big of an issue.

If you’re looking for accommodation, there is the FOREIGNERS WARSAW / FLATS / ACCOMMODATION group where you can both post flat sharing and find your new home. And similar to this is the FLATSHARE in WARSAW where over nine thousand members co-live and become friends.

And lastly, there’s a more general question group called Warsaw International where two thousand people talk about their experiences and share their troubles. Any of these groups have tons of information to tap into so make sure you check them out.

Offline digital nomad groups in Warsaw

But as nice as it is to chat with people online, sometimes, only face-to-face interaction will do. This is why you need to at least be aware of all these groups and events - after all, you don’t want to be in the largest city in Poland and feel lonely.

There are tons of fun events in Warsaw. There’s the free trial Argentina Tango lesson in Leszno. There’s the LaunchPad English stand-up at Club Rocket together with an open mic at Światlica Wolności. A Hack for Peace hackathon in Chmielna where you will be in contact with four other countries (Ukraine, the UK, Sweden, and Portugal). And a good old-fashioned free pub crawl which you can find at Be Original tours.

But Warsaw is not just all about fun. There are also groups like Warsaw Business Networking and Social that provide you with tons of interesting talks about anything from leading with emotional intelligence to how to be a polished professional. If you’re interested in Cloud technologies, there’s the Warsaw Cloud Native Meetup, and if you’re looking for a well-established and all-encompassing place to network, then the Warsaw Startup Founder 101 group is a great place to begin. Overall, whether you want to meet people or get down to some business, there are many options to choose from.

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