The Sixth J. S. Bach Dialogue Meeting
BACH  LOOKING  EAST

Warsaw, 3-7 July 2013


Money

Currency

The official Polish currency is the zloty (zloty – zl; PLN). One zloty divides into 100 grosz (gr).

Exchange rate

Money can be exchanged in banks and exchange offices (KANTOR). The Polish National Bank’s exchange rates are available at www.nbp.pl. At the moment of publication of this guide 1 Euro  was roughly 4,16 zloty.

Banks

The banking network in Poland is well organized. The full list of banks in Poland is available at the website of the National Bank of Poland (www.nbp.pl).


Useful links

POLAND:

www.poland.gov.pl
www.poland.pl

WARSAW: www.um.warszawa.pl
www.warsawtour.pl
www.warszawa.com
UNIVERSITY: www.uw.edu.pl

Important Note

Neither the University of Warsaw or any of the host institutions where Sixth J. S. Bach Dialogue Meeting events take place are liable for any losses, accidents or damage to persons or objects, regardless of the cause. Participants and accompanying persons attending any Sixth J. S. Bach  Dialogue Meeting events do so at their own risk and responsibility.


Last updated on 29 March 2013