6 Cultural Differences Between Mexico and Poland

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David Huerta

a Mexican living in Poland. Football fan, blogger, graduated from SGH

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  • Jadźka Wawszczak

    Oh man! I love your blog and anytime I read it, I do it with passion…However sometimes I feel like there is a big difference between Warszawa and my city (Kraków)… :v for example, here people take off their shoes only at friends or family. And you do not need to be afraid of celebrating national feast in Kraków-I have seen it with my own eyes – random tourists having fun with patriots! 😉
    I literally love the job u do in the internet 😉

    • Hola! 😀 Thank you so much for your comments!! It’s great to hear it really! 🙂
      Do you think so? I’ve went just a couple of times to Krakow, but stayed in hostels, so I’ve never had the chance to visit a Polish family in Krakow. I had no idea about the shoes rules 😛 And thank you telling me that in Krakow tourists celebrate this day as well!! 😀 Maybe this year I will go during this day! 🙂 It would be awesome!
      And muchas gracias! 🙂 Your comment made mee smile a loooooooot! 😀

      • Karina Piekarska

        I agree with Jadźka about Independence Day. I come from smaller town,but I have never heard about any racist remarks or incidents during this day. Normally people enjoy a day off together with family,just peace and quiet 😆. About shoes…it depends from a person. Mostly people prefer if the shoes are off. But a normal,cultural person wouldn’t tell you “Take your shoes off!”. You know the old Polish saying”Gość w dom, Bóg w dom” ☺.

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