First time in Warsaw? Not sure what to expect? Here are some essentials any new visitor to Poland should know.
Poland is in the European Union and Schengen Zone. If you’re a citizen of these visa-free countries, you don’t need any documents other than government ID (Schengen citizens) or passport (Visa-free citizens) to enter Poland for 90 days. If you do need a visa, Front-Trends is happy to provide a document for you to join us.
Poland has its own currency (Polish złoty ‘PLN’) and the exchange rates are very good for foreigners in 2015/2016. Poland maintains one of the most inexpensive standards of living compared to Western Europe, so your cash will go a long way in Warsaw for food, shopping, transportation, and more.