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  • Order your Polish zloty online and pick it up next working day in branch
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Packing for Poland? Get your travel money here

Poland has long been hailed as one of Europe’s best value destinations. And while prices have generally been on the rise in recent years, its popularity with UK holidaymakers seems undiminished.

If you’re taking a trip there, it’s easy to get Polish zloty currency at the Post Office. Buy your travel money online or order currency in any participating branch. It’s also one of 22 currencies you can load onto a Travel Money Card.

If you order holiday money online you can pick it up from your nearest branch with click and collect – the next working day for orders before 3pm. We can also deliver online orders to your home.

We’ll buy back any Polish currency you bring home. We’ll refund travel money within 28 days of purchase if your trip’s cancelled. And you can get travel insurance at Post Office, too.

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Packing for Poland? Get your travel money here

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  • Order online for a better rate (minimum £400 order value applies online) 

  • Get better rates for Polish zloty the more you spend 

  • Delivered to your door or collect in any of our 11,500 branches (find your nearest Post Office) 

  • Free home delivery for online orders of £500 or more (£4.99 delivery for orders if under £500)  

  • Order by 3pm on a working day for next working day delivery

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Get hold of your holiday money quickly. Pick it up from the dedicated Travel Money counter at your nearest Post Office.

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Want your cash delivered tomorrow? Order by 3pm today for delivery to your home.

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Pack a Travel Money Card for Poland

If you want to go cashless, get our Travel Money Card. Top it up with Zloty in our travel app, accepted anywhere you see the Mastercard® symbol and even switch between currencies easily. 

How much do items cost in Poland?

Here’s a snapshot of prices for items you might buy on a trip to Krakow in Poland:

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How far will my Polish zloty go?

  • If you’re not travelling to Poland right away, it’s worth watching the exchange rate and buying when the pound (GBP) is strong against the Polish zloty (PLN)

  • For a reasonably small budget, you can cover a cheap hotel room, dinners at mid-level restaurants and visits to the odd museum. Using the intercity buses and trains also cuts down on travel expenses

  • Eating at good restaurants and staying at the best hotels can cost just as much as in Western Europe. And prices will be higher across the board in the three main cities of Warsaw, Krakow and Gdansk

  • Book a taxi by phone – in Krakow, it costs less than flagging one down on the street

  • Keep some small notes – some cafés and smaller shops won’t accept anything above 50zl

  • Eat at sandwich shops – found in big cities, they’re a cheaper lunch than sit-down restaurants

  • Haggle in the markets – it’s acceptable to argue on price, so learn a few Polish phrases

Some common questions

  • The Polish zloty is the official currency of Poland. It’s pronounced zwo-ti.

  • The zloty is used only in Poland. One zloty is subdivided into 100 groszy.

  • Post Office makes it easy to get travel money for your trip. You can order Polish zloty online or in any participating Post Office branch. Use our branch finder tool to locate your nearest branch with this service with this service.

    Use our click and collect service when ordering online and you can pick up your currency in any of our 11,500 branches around the UK or choose home delivery. Buying online may get you a better rate too. Buying large quantities and when the Polish zloty exchange rate is good are other ways to make savings.

    If you prefer to use plastic for your holiday spending, consider our Travel Money Card. It’s a prepaid Mastercard you can load before going away. It operates in 22 currencies, including Polish zloty.

  • The highest value banknote in the Polish currency is the 500zl note. There are also coins ranging from 1gr (groszy) to 5zl. The full list of denominations is below.

    Notes: 10, 20, 50, 100, 200 and 500 zloty (zl)

    Coins: 1, 2 and 5 zloty, and 1, 2, 5, 10, 20 and 50 groszy (gr)

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