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Poland

Poland is a country of immense beauty: the Baltic seacoast, the lake districts bordering Lithuania and Belarus, the ancient forests of the middle country, the Carpathian mountain ranges to the south. Most visitors are drawn to Kraków, which rivals Prague in medieval splendor. A three-hour ...

Poland is a country of immense beauty: the Baltic seacoast, the lake districts bordering Lithuania and Belarus, the ancient forests of the middle country, the Carpathian mountain ranges to the south. Most visitors are drawn to Kraków, which rivals Prague in medieval splendor. A three-hour train ride south of Warsaw, this romantic Baroque city (undamaged during World War II) is a treasure trove of Polish art and architecture.

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Destination Information


TIME

Six hours ahead of New York (EST).

DIRECT DIAL CODES

To phone hotels in Poland, dial 011 (international access) + 48 (Poland code) + city code and local numbers in listings.

CLIMATE

The climate of Poland is quite consistent, although it is generally cooler as you move east and south. Winters are long, and summers are showery. July is the ideal month for a visit.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

Passport (valid for six months beyond end of stay). Visit travel.state.gov, and for travelers’ health information, cdc.gov.

U.S. EMBASSY

Warsaw, Tel. 22-504-2000. Consulate: Kraków, Tel. 12-424-5100. A U.S. consular agent is located in Poznan, Tel. 61-851-8516.

CURRENCY

Polish zloty (PLN). Fluctuating rate valued at PLN3.68 = US$1.00 as of September 2018. Some hotels quote rates in euros (€); €1.00 = US$1.16 as of September 2018.

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