312 679 km2 / 38 million people
Poland is located in Central
Europe and borders with Germany, Czechia, Slovakia, Ukraine, Belarus, and
Russia (the Kaliningrad exclave). Its northern border runs along the Baltic Sea
coast. Poland belongs to the Central European time zone (GMT +1 hour / UTC + 1
Poland has a
moderate climate with both maritime and continental elements. Winters are relatively cold with temperatures below freezing and summers tend to be hot and quite rainy.
1 złoty (PLN) = 100 groszycurrent exchange rates: www.nbp.pl
Poland is a member of the European Union (EU), the Schengen Area, North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO), United Nations (UN), International Monetary Fund (IMF), United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO), United Nations International Children’s Emergency Fund (UNICEF), World Health Organisation (WHO), World Trade Organisation (WTO), Organisation for Cooperation and Development (OECD) and many others.
Pierogi (dumplings) and kiełbasa (sausage), of course.
However, Polish cuisine is about much more than this: there are also many
options for vegetarians and vegans. Most importantly, Poland is at the
forefront of non-GMO, bio, and organic food trends.
Apartment rent (in Warsaw): 50 PLN per month for each m2
Local Transport 3.40 PLN
Monthly Pass: 100 PLN
Taxi: 7 PLN for the start
and 2.40 PLN for each kilometer
Gasoline: 4.50 PLN
Fitness Club Monthly Fee: 120 PLN
Cinema: 25 PLN
Beer in a pub: 12 PLN