2 - 6 July 2017
Krakow, Poland

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Practical Information

Passport and Visa

Poland is a member state of the European Union and a member of Schengen Area. All international visitors from non-EU countries must present a valid passport when entering and may be required for Visa.

Relevant information can be found on the website of a Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Poland,

The list of Visa-free countries is available here.
Detail Visa for Schengen Area information can be found here.

A letter of invitation can be provided upon request - see Registration section.

Currency and payments

The Polish currency is zloty (zl). Its international code is PLN.

1 PLN (zl) = 100 groszy (gr).
There are banknotes: 500 zl, 200 zl, 100 zl, 50 zl, 20 zl, 10 zl and coins: 5 zl, 2 zl, 1 zl, 50 gr, 20 gr, 10 gr, 5 gr, 2 gr and 1 gr (see Banknotes and coins).

Foreign currency can be exchanged at the airports, hotel receptions, banks and in small exchange offices called kantor. Please be aware that the rates at some exchange offices may be unfavorable, especially in tourist areas or at the airports. A list of rates at some exchange offices in Krakow can be found on the Quantor website.

Coarse exchange rates of PLN are:

Current average exchange rates can be found on the National Bank of Poland website.

International credit cards (VISA, Mastercard, Eurocard) are accepted in a majority of hotels, shops and restaurants, and can be used in most ATMs (called bankomat).

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