It might seem a bit counter-intuitive to invest in Poland when so many Poles have moved in the opposite direction. But EU infrastructure funds are pouring into the country, and many multinational companies are investing there. Property in blue-chip cities such as Krakow, a fabulous destination in its own right, is starting to look like good value. This buoyant country is proof that, while certain overseas destinations remain evergreen, there is always room for punchy newcomers on the global property ladder.
On the market: Flats in a boutique apartment building seven minutes from the historic centre of Krakow by bus, from £60,000 withProperty Venture