Poland – get to know the country, culture and tradition
Poland comprises sixteen administrative units – voivodeships. To some extent they correspond with boundaries of distinct Polish regions. Our country is large enough to provide visitors with numerous tourist pleasures due to its geographical, climatic and environmental diversity, not to mention historic monuments as well as cultural and art attractions.
Looking at Poland with an eagle eye
We hope that reading our subjective but intriguing and absorbing guide to many exceptional places you will find a pleasure, a passion and an urge to sightseeing; obviously on the occasion of visit inspired by medical issues. A closer look from this micro perspective of local daily affairs and magnetic places lets one see how interesting and impressive our country is. Travel through Poland with health.
Timezone: winter time = GMT+1, summer time = GMT+2
Currency: Polish zloty = 100 groszy
Available banknotes: 200,100,50,20,10 zł
Coins: 5 zł, 2zł, 1zł, 50gr, 20gr, 10gr, 5gr, 2gr, 1gr,
Climate:Poland is located in the temperate climate zone, average temperature in winter is approximately -3°C, whilst in summer it is approximately 18°C
Electricity:Electrical current is 220V, 50Hz, in use are plugs type C and E, so it is reasonable to bring an adapter
997 – police
998 – fire department
999 – ambulance
112 Pan-European emergency number
118 000 – information on phone numbers in English and German languages
Do you know where you need to beware of a brown bear?
We invite you to search, visit and read.