TEFL Warsaw

Surrounded by the famous river Vistula, Warsaw is stretched over 172 square miles. Like major European cities, Warsaw has a mix of contemporary and old building styles. Due to this architectural blend, Warsaw has always been a popular tourist destination. The following are the places to visit in Warsaw:
• Lazienki Królewskie Park-Palace Complex
• Wilanow Park palace Complex
• Palace of Culture and Science
• Castle Square
• The President’s Palace

If you get a chance to walk through the markets of Warsaw, you should try one of the local delicious dishes, which include:
• Ruskie (Russian)
• Z Miesem (With meat)
• Z Kapusta (Cabbage)
• Z Grzybami (Mushroom)
• Leniwe (Lazy)

Poland is very open to North Americans who do not hold a EU passport and the minimum requirement for TESOL certification is a 100-hour TESOL course.