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    In a weeks time I am going with a group of friends to Poland. We are staying in Krakow but for some reason I have developed bad anxiety and fear it is dangerous but cannot drop out as I would lose £400. Has anyone been to Poland and what was it like? I know I am probably overreacting.

    First time I went to Athens many years ago I was absolutely terrified. I was convinced I was going to be mugged. As a result within the first 24 hours I left my wallet on the reception of a hotel and in a phone box. Both times I returned to find it untouched. My fears were completely unfounded. Athens is actually a wonderful city in many ways.

    I haven't been to Poland but you will be fine. Most of European cities are no worse than cities in the UK and the same rules apply with regard to staying safe.

    Chill out and enjoy. I have heard wonderful things said about Poland.
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