Travel tips for European countries: Poland
Poland is one of the ancient peoples formed around the 10th century, that is, Central Europe, east of Europe, and most of the area is a plane and mountains along the southern border. Warsaw is the capital of Poland, which was completely destroyed during World War II and rebuilt from scratch. The Royal Castle of Warsaw, which was rebuilt after World War II, is a must. The Lazienky Palace should also not be missed, with an outdoor theater and Chopin Monument. Krakow is the second largest city in Poland as a medieval witness. Poland has a great taste of music and theater, so there are many theaters and opera houses. Popular Polish cuisine is Zrazy Zawijane (roast stuffed with mushrooms in sour cream), served with boiled mash (buckwheat) and pork breast.
Population and languages
The Polish population is about 38.5 million, while the official language is Polish.
The voltage is 230 V and the frequency is 50 Hz. The types of plugs used are a round plug with an accessory and a round plug and a receptacle with a male ground plug.
It is located in Central Europe, east of Germany, limiting the Baltic Sea, Russian Federation, Belarus, Ukraine, Lithuania, Czech Republic, Slovak Republic and Federal Republic of Germany.
The Polish climate can be called moderate. The winter interior is heavy and the average temperature in Warsaw is 23 ° F (-5 ° C). In summer, the average temperature in summer is about 66 ° F (19 ° C) in July. Precipitation occurs during the year.
Hand pressing is a common custom. It is common to put flowers if you go to someone else’s home. The dress is quite conservative, informal and formal for entertainment at night or in a good restaurant. Smoking is prohibited in some public buildings. Tips are from 10 to 15 percent. Restaurants, hotels and taxis.
Places to visit
Warsaw: During World War II the city was completely destroyed and after the war it was completely restored. Popular places of interest include Warsaw History Museum, Lazienki Palace with outdoor theater and Chopin monuments, and Palace of Culture and Science.
Krakow: St. The Church of Mary, the Royal Castle and the Royal Cathedral at the top of Wawel Hill
By Air: The Romanian national airline is LOT Polish Airlines (LO). Many popular airlines flying to Poland are Aeroflot, Air France, Austrian Airlines, British Airways, Easyjet, El Al, Lufthansa, Ryanair, SAS and Swiss Air. The largest airport is Frederic Chopin Airport in Warsaw, which is 6 miles southwest of the city.
Sea-Pol ferries connect Poland with Sweden, Denmark and Finland
By Rail: The Polish State Railways (PSAP) (www.pkp.pl) manages Eurocity trains from Poland to several major European cities. However, all services from Western Europe to Poland go through the Czech Republic, Germany or the Slovak Republic. The main routes connect Warsaw with Berlin and Cologne, Budapest, Prague and Vienna. There is also a bedroom service from the Dutch border to Poznan / Warsaw.
Duty Free Products
1. Up to 250 cigarettes or 250 grams of tobacco or 50 cigars for non-European countries.
There are 800 cigarettes or 200 cigars in the EU Member States or 1 kg of smoking tobacco.
3. 1 liter of wine and 1 liter of alcoholic beverages for non-EU countries.
4. EU countries: 10 liters, 90 liters of wine and 110 liters of beer.
5. Perfumes, medicines and cosmetics for personal use.
6. Gifts up to 175 EUR.
Birds and birds from avian influenza, canned goods, meat or dairy products, drugs, firearms, ammunition, weapons, eggs, plants, endangered species, fireworks and alcoholic beverages containing more than 60% alcohol