Poland Currency

Hiring a car is the best option for exploring every corner of Poland. Many car rental companies offer membership facilities to the local people. But this membership is restricted only to the local masses. The reason being, tourists and travelers from other countries will certainly not like to take membership as they visit Poland for a limited period of time.
Nevertheless, several incentives are offered by the car rental Poland companies to the tourists.

Car rental Poland companies:
Many local car rental companies in Poland tie up with major International car rental companies to provide service to the tourists, business travelers, local people. Some of the companies of car rental Poland include Avis, Hertz, Euroauto, Express.

Companies of car rental Poland, also allow individuals to drive the cars on their own, that is without hiring any driver.

If it is so desired, the information has to be mentioned in the car rental itinerary. Few documents are required for hiring cars in Poland. It is suggested that international passport, international driving license, identity card, be carried along.

Evolution of the Poland money:
Zloty replaced the Polish mark and came into circulation in 1924, April. The Polish mark lost its value due to inflation. Zloty was introduced by the Bank of Poland operating during that period. Bank of Poland is precursor of the National Bank of Poland. Due to hyperinflation, during 90s, Poland currency was re denominated.
National Bank of Poland:
The National Bank of Poland is responsible for issuing banknotes and coins. The bank usually issues coins of two different categories. The first category of coins comprise of coins meant for the general circulation. The first category of coin is used as money. The second category of coins are meant for the coin collectors and are produced on a small scale. The second category of coins are meant for local people and international market.

The National Bank of Poland, issues banknotes and coins in the following denominations.
200 zloty
100 zloty
50 zloty
20 zloty
10 zloty.
Coins are available in the following denominations:
1 grosz
2 grosz
5 grosz

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Last Updated on : 25th June 2013