Notes and Coins
In Krakow, you'll find notes of 10, 20, 50, 100 and 200 zloty. The coins currently in circulation are 1, 2 and 5 zloty; and 1, 2, 5, 10, 20 and 50 groszy.
Cash or Card?
Krakow is Poland's most tourist-friendly city, and one of the largest and most international in the country. Athough it's always a good idea to have some cash to hand, you can also pay by card in the majority of establishments, bars, and restaurants, or even on public transport.
Cracovia es la ciudad más turística de Polonia y una de las más grandes e internacionales del país. Aunque siempre viene bien tener algo de efectivo a mano, podréis pagar con tarjeta en la mayoría de los establecimientos, bares y restaurantes e incluso en el transporte público.
Where to Change Money
If you're travelling with an international currency, and you want zloty, you can change in the airport exchange houses, in the main banks in the city, or in the famous Kantor.
These exchange houses are scattered throughout the city, and have long opening hours, which mean you can change money at almost any time of day. Our recommendation is that you compare the exchange rate which various Kantor offer to choose that which is best for you.
There are also ATMs throughout the centre of Krakow, meaning that taking zloty out directly in the city is a recommendable option.
One euro ($1.08/£0.83) is worth approimately 4.25 zloty