Help, I am very confused about the money situation. Is it Polish Zloty it Euros ?
If you are using your credit card to pay at the hotel, you can use your local currency or Polish Złoty. All of the nearby establishments tend to have the same policy, as the area is very heavily visited by tourists. There are also many "Kantor's" or Currency Exchange shops in the area as well. From what I've seen, they all tend to offer similar rates for exchange, just don't use the ones at the airport unless you really need to. Personally, I tend to just withdraw local currency using an ATM machine. I use a bank that has a very minimal international transaction fee (1%) and find that to be the most effective means for me to have local currency to spend. Best of luck!
it's zlotys, food and drink is exceptionally good value and we didn't have a bad meal while we were there.
Agree with others. Many enterprises will take Euros, but definitely worth having some zloty for convenience and improved exchange rate - can buy treats with your spare cash at the duty-free shop.
Zloty is an official currency
They take either but zloty is better
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