Polska - The Land of Fields

Poland, located in Central Europe, is a country with a rich history, vibrant culture, and stunning natural beauty. It is known for its medieval architecture, including the famous Wawel Castle in Kraków and the historic Old Town of Warsaw. Poland’s diverse landscapes encompass the picturesque Tatra Mountains, pristine lakes, and enchanting forests. The Polish people are known for their warmth, hospitality, and strong sense of national identity. Poland has emerged as a dynamic economy in recent years and is an important member of the European Union.


Poland’s climate can vary between regions due to its size and diverse topography. The coastal areas, such as Gdansk and Szczecin, have a maritime climate with milder winters and cooler summers. The southern mountainous region, including Zakopane, experiences colder winters and is a popular destination for winter sports. Central Poland, where Warsaw is located, has a continental climate with distinct seasons.



Spring (April to June): Spring in Poland brings milder temperatures, blooming flowers, and fewer crowds. It’s an ideal time for exploring cities, visiting historical sites, and enjoying outdoor activities like hiking and cycling.

Summer (June to August): Summer offers warm weather and longer daylight hours. This season is perfect for outdoor adventures, exploring national parks, enjoying festivals, and relaxing on the Baltic Sea beaches.

Autumn (September to November): Autumn in Poland showcases stunning foliage colors, particularly in the countryside.  

Winter (December to February): Poland experiences cold winters with snowfall, creating a magical atmosphere, especially during the holiday season. It’s an excellent time for winter sports enthusiasts to enjoy skiing, snowboarding, and ice skating. Cities also have festive markets and cultural events.



Language: The official language is Polish.


Currency: Polish Zloty (PLN) zł


Banks & ATMs: 

Main banks in Poland are:

PKO Bank Polski – The largest and oldest bank in Poland, offering a wide range of banking services to individuals, businesses, and institutions.

Bank Pekao SA – One of the largest and most recognized banks in Poland, providing a comprehensive range of financial products and services.

ING Bank Śląski – A subsidiary of the international banking group ING, offering banking services to individuals, small businesses, and corporate clients.

ATM’s are widely available.


Plugs and Sockets:

There are two associated plug types, types C and E. 

The plugs have two round pins and may also have a grounding pin.

Type C plugs, also known as Europlugs, are the most common and widely used in Poland. They have two round pins and are rated for a maximum current of 2.5 amps.

Type E plugs are similar to Type C but include an additional grounding pin. They are rated for a maximum current of 16 amps and are used for appliances that require grounding.

Highly recommended to carry an international plug adaptor.



Poland is generally considered a safe country for travelers. However, as with any destination, it’s important to take certain precautions to ensure personal safety.


Flight Connections:

There are many options for scheduled flights to Poland. To name a few: Air France, British Airways, Emirates, Etihad Airways, KLM, Lufthansa, Qatar Airways & Iberia Airlines.If you are flying out of London, EasyJet has some great fares.

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Hi, I’m Angela, here to inspire you on how much fun travelling can be after the kids have left the nest. This opportunity provides a perfect start to planning trips to places you’ve always wanted to see. No more choosing your travel destination based on what your kids want (and don’t want!) to do. 

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