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Currency for Poland
The zloty (PLN) divided into 100 groszy. is the official currency of Poland.
Credit Cards accepted
Credit cards are widely accepted in Poland's largest cities. While you should always carry some cash with you, if you come up short at dinner, plastic will normally suffice. Some taxis even accept credit cards, and they are also accepted at train stations . Always check with your credit card company for details of merchant acceptability and other services which may be available before you go on holiday or travel aboard / overseas/
Poland is essentially a 'cash country' Travellers cheques are accepted but mainly in the city. see travellers cheques - Banks in Poland are open Monday to Friday from 9am to 5pm and some are open on Saturday till 1pm. Electricity:Electrical current is 220 volts, 50Hz. The standard two-pin European style plugs are used.
Tipping: Tipping is not customary in Poland, but small gratuities of 10% can be offered for excellent service. In restaurants, when your money is collected, by saying 'thank you' this signals to the waiter/waitress to keep the change.
Currency restrictions -
The import of local or foreign currency in cash or travellers cheques is unlimited. No restrictions / unlimited provided declare on arrival. There are no restrictions on the export of foreign currency although currency exchange Up to the amount not exchanged into local currency. The export of gold, silver, jewellery and other valuables is limited and subject to special conditions.
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