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How to Plan Your Poland Tour?

Best Time to Visit: Spring (March to May); Autumn (September to November)
Major Cities for International Flights: Warsaw (capital), Krakow
Visa: Poland is a Schengen member state. Citizens from many countries including Australia, New Zealand, the United Kingdom, the United States of America, Mexico, Singapore, do not need a visa to travel to Poland.
Money Tips: Zloty is the local currency. Compared with other countries in Europe, Poland is an attractive but inexpensive destination. Credit cards are widely accepted. However, cash is still necessary.
  • 3-5 Days
    Visit the capital city of Warsaw in two days and spend another three days to tour around Krakow, including the Auschwitz Concentration Camp and the Wieliczka Salt Mine.
  • 6-10 Days
    Discover most popular destinations in Poland: Warsaw, Krakow, the sightseeing town of Zakopane, and the marine cities of Gdansk, Sopot and Gdynia.
  • 11 Days or More
    Cover all the highlights of Poland or combine Poland vacation packages with its neighboring countries like Germany, Czech, Slovakia, Ukraine and Lithuania.

Trip Planning FAQs

How to get to and travel around Poland?
Airplane, train, bus are the main accessible ways to Poland.

By airplane:
Warsaw Chopin Airport (WAW) and John Paul II International Airport (KRK) are the two major airports of Poland. Warsaw Chopin Airport is Poland's most important and busiest airport, where most international airlines stop. Lots of European airlines have direct connections to airports of Poland. Travelers from Canada and the United States can take non-stop flights from Toronto, New York and Chicago to the Chopin Airport. Another two main airports are: Lech Walesa Airport in Gdańsk and Ławica Airport in Poznan.

By train:
The main railway operator in Poland is the Polish National Railways Limited (PKP), it offers inter-city trains within Poland and also long-distance service to connect you from Warsaw to Berlin, Vienna, Prague and Moscow. We can book the train tickets for you in advance or you can buy the tickets online directly.

By bus:
There are several international bus lines available from the main European cities to Poland. Buses now become more popular to travelers because of the cheaper price and good condition with WI-FI. Drinking water and snacks are offered.

In addition to the above three main ways, cars and ferries are also convenient in Poland.
What language do they speak in Poland?
The official language of Poland is Polish, which belongs to the Slavic family of Indo-European languages. But in recent years, with the increase of the openness of Poland, almost all young people can use English for daily communication. People working in the service industry, government or business have a good command of English, and many of them can speak German or Spanish fluently.
What is the consumption level in Poland?
With good quality and low price, Poland is a good choice for cheap travel select. Whether it is from the aspects of catering, accommodation or shopping, prices are not too high. The price of products such as dairy products, bread, sausages, etc. are cheap, but the costs of intercity transportations are relatively expensive.

Food: 3 zloty for 1L milk, 1.5 zloty for 0.5L bottled water, 4 zloty for 0.5L local beer, 10 zloty for 1kg bread, 5-10 zloty for sandwich.

Transportation: Warsaw - Krakow (Intercity Express): 150 zloty for 2nd class; Local train: 66 zloty for 2nd class; Bus: 30-50 zloty; Flight ticket: 300-400 zloty.

Warsaw - Gdansk (Intercity Express):150 zloty for 2nd class; Local train: 126 zloty for 2nd class; Bus: 35-45 zloty; Flight ticket: 300-500 zloty.
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