The character of Polish art has reflected world trends. Painter Jan Matejko included many significant historical events in his paintings. Also a renowned Polish-born English novelist was Joseph Conrad. World renowned actresses were Helena Modjeska and Pola Negri. Main article: Music of Poland.
As of , Poland is one of the few countries in Europe where rock and hip hop dominate over pop music , while all kinds of alternative music genres are encouraged. Polish cuisine has both influenced and been influenced by the cuisines of surrounding countries. For centuries the Polish kitchen has been the arena for competing influences from France and Italy, while it also borrowed extensively from more exotic tables: Tartar, Armenian, Lithuanian, Cossack, Hungarian and Jewish. It is related to other Slavic cuisines in usage of kasza and other cereals.
Generally speaking, Polish cuisine is hearty. The traditional cuisine generally is demanding and Poles allow themselves a generous amount of time to prepare and enjoy their festive meals, with some meals like Christmas eve or Easter breakfast taking a number of days to prepare in their entirety. Further information: Category:Polish architecture. Polish cities and towns reflect the whole spectrum of European styles. Romanesque architecture is represented by St. The second half of the 17th century is marked by baroque architecture. Profuse decorations of Branicki Palace in Warsaw are characteristic of rococo style.
Main article: Sport in Poland. Many sports are popular in Poland. Football soccer is the country's most popular sport, with a rich history of international competition. Track and field , basketball , boxing , ski jumping , fencing , handball , ice hockey , swimming , volleyball , and weightlifting are other popular sports. The golden era of football in Poland occurred throughout the s and went on until the early s when the Polish national football team achieved their best results in any FIFA World Cup competitions finishing 3rd place in the and editions.
The Polish men's national volleyball team is ranked 5th in the world and the women's volleyball team is ranked 10th. Mariusz Pudzianowski is a highly successful strongman competitor and has won more World's Strongest Man titles than any other competitor in the world, winning the event in for the fifth time. The Polish mountains are an ideal venue for hiking, skiing and mountain biking and attract millions of tourists every year from all over the world. Baltic beaches and resorts are popular locations for fishing, canoeing, kayaking and a broad-range of other water-themed sports. The following are links to international rankings of Poland.
Poland portal. Main article: Outline of Poland. Retrieved Central Statistical Office Poland. International Monetary Fund. The United Nations.
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Poland was first united as a country in the first half of the 10th century, and officially adopted Catholicism in AD. Poland experienced its golden age from 14th till 16th century, under the reign of king Casimir the Great, and the Jagiellonian dynasty, whose rule extended from the Baltic to the Black and Adriatic seas. In the 16th century, the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth was the largest country in Europe; the country attracted significant numbers of foreign migrants, including Germans, Jews, Armenians and the Dutch, thanks to the freedom of confession guaranteed by the state and the atmosphere of religious tolerance rather exceptional in Europe at the time of the Holy Inquisition.
Under the rule of the Vasa dynasty, the capital was moved to Warsaw in During the 17th and the 18th centuries, the nobility increasingly asserted its independence of the monarchy; combined with several exhausting wars, this greatly weakened the Commonwealth. Responding to the need for reform, Poland was the 1st country in Europe and the 2nd in the world, after the US to pass a constitution.
The constitution of May 3rd, was the key reform among many progressive but belated attempts to strengthen the country during the second half of the 18th century. With the country in political disarray, various sections of Poland were subsequently occupied by its neighbors, Russia, Prussia and Austria, in three coordinated "partitions" of and , and After the last partition and a failed uprising, Poland ceased to exist as a country for years. However, this long period of foreign domination was met with fierce resistance. During the Napoleonic Wars, a semi-autonomous Duchy of Warsaw arose, before being erased from the map again in Further uprisings ensued, such as the 29 November uprising of mainly in Russian Poland , the Revolution mostly in Austrian and Prussian Poland , and 22 January Throughout the occupation, Poles retained their sense of national identity, and kept fighting the subjugation of the three occupying powers.
Poland returned to the map of Europe with the end of World War I, officially regaining its independence on November 11th, Soon, by , the newly-reborn country got into territorial disputes with Czechoslovakia and, especially, newly Soviet Russia. This was further complicated by a hostile Weimar Germany to the west that strongly resented the forced annexation of portions of Prussian territories, such as West Prussia , and the detachment of Danzig G'dansk as a free city, in the west and north.
This put Poland in a precarious position with potential enemies facing her from all three sides. Only a few weeks prior to the start of WWII, the Soviet Union and Germany had signed a pact of non-aggression, which described the division of independent central and eastern European nations.
Germany attacked Poland from the west on September 1, , and the Soviet Union attacked Poland from the east on September 17, , effectively starting the fourth partition, causing the recently-reestablished Polish Republic to cease to exist. Hitler used the issue of Danzig modern day G'dansk and German nationalism to try to trigger a war with Poland in much same way he used the Sudetenland to conquer the Czechs.
Many of WWII's most infamous war crimes were committed by both the Soviets and Nazis on Polish territory, with the latter committing the vast majority of them. Polish civilians opposed to either side's rule were rounded up, tortured, and executed. The Nazis established concentration and death camps on Polish soil, where many millions of Europeans were ruthlessly murdered; of these Auschwitz is perhaps the most infamous. About 22, of Polish military and political leaders, business owners, and intelligentsia were murdered in the mass massacre, approved by the Soviet Politburo, including Stalin and Beria.
Nearly all major cities were destroyed and with them the history of centuries was gone. After the war Poland was forced to become a Soviet satellite country, following the Yalta and Potsdam agreements between the Western Allies and the Soviet Union. To this day these events are viewed by many Poles as an act of betrayal by the Allies.
Poland's territory was significantly reduced and shifted westward at the expense of Germany. Thus the native Polish populations from the former Polish territories in the east, now annexed by the Soviet Union, were expelled by force and replaced the likewise expelled German populations in the west and in the north of the country.
The Communist era is a controversial topic. Between , pro-Stalinist leaders conducted periodical purges. After the bloody Stalinist era of , Poland was comparatively tolerant and progressive in comparison to other Eastern Bloc countries. But strong economic growth in the post-war period alternated with serious recessions in , , , resulting in labour turmoil over dramatic inflation as well as shortages of goods. Ask older Poles to tell you about communism and you'll often hear stories of empty store shelves where sometimes the only thing available for purchase was vinegar.
You'll hear stories about backroom deals to get meat or bread, such as people trading things at the post office just to get ham for a special dinner. The communist government responded by organizing a military junta, led by general Wojciech Jaruzelski, and imposing martial law on December 13, ; it lasted until July 22, During this time, thousands of people were detained. Phone calls were monitored by the government, independent organizations not aligned with the Communists were deemed illegal and members were arrested, access to roads were restricted, the borders were sealed, ordinary industries were placed under military management, and workers who failed to follow orders faced the threat of a military court.
Solidarity was the most famous organization to be de-legalized, and its members faced losing their jobs and imprisonment. But this internecine conflict, and ensuing economic disaster, greatly weakened the role of the communist party. Solidarity was legalized again, and soon led the country to the first free elections in , in which the communist government was finally removed from power.
This inspired a succession of peaceful anti-communist revolutions throughout the Warsaw Pact block. There has also been considerable progress at reconciliation with neighboring economic giant Germany but much ground needs to be covered in terms of attitudes towards former Soviet-Russia. Poland has also successfully joined the border-less Europe Agreement with an open frontier to Germany, Czech Republic and Slovakia and is on track to adopt the Euro currency in a few years time.
Poland's seemingly century long dream of rejoining Central Europe as a respected independent nation at peace with all its neighbors has finally been achieved! Note that Catholic religious holidays are widely observed in Poland. Stores, malls, and restaurants are likely to be closed or have very limited business hours on Easter, All Saints Day, Christmas Eve and Christmas. The word is roughly equivalent to a duchy or a district.
Some English dictionaries use the word voivodship to describe them, but the word is exceedingly rare, and likely not to be understood. The countryside throughout Poland is lovely and relatively unspoiled. Poland has a variety of regions with beautiful landscapes and small-scale organic and traditional farms. Travellers can choose different types of activities such as bird watching, cycling or horseback riding. A journey through the Polish countryside gives you a perfect opportunity to enjoy and absorb local knowledge about its landscape and people.
There are a lot of big cities in Poland that are worth seeing. Most of them have a flourishing medieval history. Map of Poland. Poland is a member of the Schengen Agreement. In no case will they need a visa for a stay of any length. Others will generally need a passport for entry. There are no border controls between countries that have signed and implemented the treaty - the European Union except Bulgaria, Cyprus, Ireland, Romania and the United Kingdom , Iceland, Norway and Switzerland.
Likewise, a visa granted for any Schengen member is valid in all other countries that have signed and implemented the treaty. Airports in Europe are thus divided into "Schengen" and "non-Schengen" sections, which effectively act like "domestic" and "international" sections elsewhere. If you are flying from outside Europe into one Schengen country and continuing to another, you will clear Immigration and Customs at the first country and then continue to your destination with no further checks.
Travel between a Schengen member and a non-Schengen country will result in the normal border checks. Note that regardless of whether you travelling within the Schengen area or not, some airlines will still insist on seeing your ID card or passport. Keep in mind that the counter begins once you enter any country in the Schengen Area and is not reset by leaving a specific Schengen country for another Schengen country, or vice-versa.
However, all British Overseas Territories citizens except those solely connected to the Cyprus Sovereign Base Areas are eligible for British citizenship and thereafter unlimited access to the Schengen Area. Regular visas are issued for travellers going to Poland for tourism and business purposes. Regular visas allow for one or multiple entries into Polish territory and stay in Poland for maximum up to 90 days and are issued for the definite period of stay. When applying for a visa, please indicate the number of days you plan to spend in Poland and a date of intended arrival.
Holders of regular visas are not authorized to work. Ukrainian citizens do not require a separate visa for transit through Poland if they hold a Schengen or UK visa. Most of Europe's major airlines fly to and from Poland. Apart from direct air connections from many European cities, there are also direct flights from United States and Canada: LOT operates direct flights from Toronto , New York and Chicago , as well as non-direct flights from other cities through the Star Alliance program. International airlines fly mainly to Warsaw WAW .
As the number of flights and passengers has significantly increased since , new terminal has been opened at the Warsaw Chopin airport which will significantly increase the airport's capacity. Direct connections  with:. You can enter Poland by one of many roads linking Poland with the neighboring countries. Since Poland's entry to the Schengen Zone, checkpoints on border crossings with other EU countries have been removed. However, the queues on the borders with Poland's non-EU neighbors, Ukraine, Belarus and Russia, are still large and in areas congested with truck traffic it can take up to several hours to pass.
You can check the current waiting times on Polish Border Guard page  wjazd - entry, wyjazd - exit, osob. There are many international bus lines that connect major Polish cities, with most of major European ones. There are more and more ports along Polish coast, at least at every river mouth. Gdansk, has two yacht docks one next to the old time which is usally quick overloaded and one in the national sailing center 17 km.
The newest yacht dock will be located on the longest woeden peer in Sopot and will be ready in Although there are many sailors in Poland, there is still room for improvement which has been seen by the regional government.
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If you are an adventurous and open-minded person, you can get very quick with the thumbs. The fastest places to be taken at are the main roads between Gdansk - Warsaw- Poznan and Crakow. Polish road infrastructure is well-developed but poorly maintained and lacks badly-needed highways. Public transport is quite plentiful, both buses and trains. Tickets are quite economical, but travel conditions reflect the fact that majority of railworks and wagons are from couple of years ago. Because the price diffrent between the second and first class is not so big, but it is a big jump in the comfort so it is advisable to pay this extra par procent.
Tickets for any route can generally be purchased at any station. For a foreigner buying tickets this can prove to be a frustrating experience, since only cashiers at international ticket offices in major cities can be expected to speak multiple languages. It is recommended that you buy your train tickets at a travel agency or online to avoid communication difficulties and long queues. It may be easier to buy in advance during peak seasons eg.
If you change trains between InterCity and Regional you have to buy two tickets. It connects all major cities, but it is also good choice to get to many small towns on internal routes. Prices from 13 PLN. Poland has a very well developed network of private charter bus companies, which tend to be cheaper, faster, and more comfortable than travel by rail.
For trips under km, charter buses are far more popular than trains. However, they are more difficult to use for foreigners, because they are definitely oriented towards locals. Each city and town has a central bus station formerly known as PKS , where the various bus routes pick up passengers; you can find their schedules there. Tickets are usually purchased directly from the driver, but sometimes it's also possible to buy them at the station. Buses are also a viable choice for long-distance and international travel; however, be aware that long-distance schedules are usually more limited than for trains.
Polish road network contains fewer highways, and more standard two-lane roads, than is common in western European countries; some of these roads are far below capacity for the volume of travel they're experiencing. Travel between large cities is usually quite comfortable; as long as you keep by the main roads, you should get to where you want fairly easy.
When travelling between smaller cities or towns, not on the main highways, you will routinely encounter slow moving vehicles, and will have to overtake them. Poles drive aggressively : they assert their right-of-way, routinely disrespect speed limits, and overtake at less-than-safe distances. When driving in the countryside, other drivers may expect you to facilitate overtaking, by evading slightly towards the edge of the pavement whether they're overtaking you, or sometimes when approaching from the opposite direction.
This is a custom, not a law, so you are not obliged to follow it. Before you do it, make sure there is a hard shoulder and it is safe to do so. Some drivers flash their headlights to warn those approaching from the opposite direction of a police control nearby you are likely to encounter this custom in many other countries. So if you see somebody flashing their headlights, it doesn't necessarily mean there is something wrong with your car.
A "thank you" between drivers can be expressed by waving your hand or, when the distance is too great, by turning on blinkers or hazard lights for one or two blinks. Hazard lights can be used to indicate failures, but also as a way of showing that the vehicle is rapidly slowing down, or alredy stopped in a traffic jam on a highway. On the gas stations PB means unleaded gasoline and ON diesel. Use only those that are associated in a "corporation" look for phone number and a logo on the side and on the top. The unaffiliated drivers are likely to cheat and charge you much more. Be especially wary of these taxis near international airports and train stations but then, shouldn't one be wary of them everywhere?
They are called the "taxi mafia". Because of travellers advice like this and word of mouth , taxis with fake phone numbers can be seen on the streets, although recently this seems to have decreased, possibly the police have taken notice. Fake phone numbers are easily detected by locals and cater for the unsuspecting traveller.
The best advice is to ask your Polish friends or your hotel concierge for the number of the taxi company they use and call them minutes in advance there's no additional cost. That's why locals will only hail taxis on the street in an emergency. You can also find phone numbers for taxis in any city on the Internet, on municipal and newspaper websites. Some taxi companies, particularly in larger towns provide for a cab to be ordered online or with a text message. There are also stands, where you can call for their particular taxi for free, often found at train stations.
If you negotiate the fare with the driver you risk ending up paying more than you should. Better make sure that the driver turns the meter on and sets it to the appropriate fare taryfa :. The prices would vary slightly between the taxi companies and between different cities, and there is a small fixed starting fee added on top of the mileage fare. When crossing city limits for example, when traveling to an airport located outside the city , the driver should change the tariff at the city limit.
Every taxi driver is obliged to issue a receipt when asked at the end of the ride. You can inquire driver about a receipt rachunek before you get into cab, and resign if his reaction seems suspicious or if he refuses. Bicycling is a good method to get a good impression of the scenery in Poland.
The roads can sometimes be in quite a bad state, but mostly they are ok. The car drivers are not as careless as they are said to be. Especially in the south you can find some nice places for bicycling; e. Hitchhiking in Poland is on average OK. Yes, it's slower than its Western Germany and Eastern Lithuania neighbors, but your waiting times will be quite acceptable!
Not necessarily a thumb but waving an extended hand is a much better recognized sign that you need a lift in Poland. Use a cardboard sign and write the city name on it. Do not try to catch a lift where it is forbidden to stop. Look on the verge of the road and there should be a dashed line painted there, not a solid one. As in any country, you should be careful, there are several reports of Polish hitchhiking trips gone awry, so take basic precautions and you should be as right as rain.
The official language of Poland is Polish. Foreign visitors should be aware that virtually all official information will usually be in Polish only. Street signs, directions, information signs, etc. When it comes to information signs in museums, churches, etc. Most of the young people and teenagers know English well enough. Since English is taught at a very young age some start as early as 4 years old , only Poles who grow up in isolated towns or communities will not be given English lessons. Older Poles, however, especially those outside the main cities, will speak little or no English at all.
However, it's highly possible that they speak either German or Russian which were taught in schools as the main foreign languages until the s. Russian has now largely been abandoned, but German is still taught in many schools throughout the country. A few phrases go a long way in Poland.
Contrary to some other tourist destinations where natives scoff at how bad a foreigner's use of the native language is, Polish people generally love it when foreigners learn Polish, even if it's only a few phrases. Younger Poles will also jump at the chance to practice their English. Be advised that if you are heard speaking English in a public setting you will be glanced; people will listen in to practice their understanding of English.
Do your homework and try to learn how to pronounce the names of places. Polish has a very regular pronunciation, so this shouldn't be a problem. Although there are a few sounds unknown to most English speakers, mastering every phoneme is not required to achieve intelligibility; it's rather about catching the spirit. Outside of the very touristy areas of the major cities, you'll find that there are few, if any, foreigners. Most of the immigrants in Poland notably Ukrainians and Vietnamese stay in the major cities for work. Studying in Poland can be an incredible experience for foreigners.
Foreign students can finance a B. There are many international schools and great universities in Poland and of them the Jagiellonian University  in particular is renowned as member of the Coimbra Group and is also a core member of the Europaeum. The University of Warsaw is the top ranked public university in Poland. Private universities are a recent invention, but have been successful enough where several private schools are competing with the major public universities in terms of quality. Private schools may actually be cheaper for foreign students, who are not entitled to a free education at one of Poland's public universities.
At the moment Poland is one of the best places around the world to find a job as an English teacher. The demand for TEFL teachers is enormous and teaching language is a brilliant way to fund your travel and earn as you go. Private currency exchange offices Polish: kantor are very common, and offer Euro or USD exchanges at rates that are usually comparable to commercial banks. Be aware that exchanges in tourist hot-spots, such as the train stations or popular tourist destinations, tend to overcharge.
Linguistic note: Polish has two types of plural numbers, which you are likely to encounter when dealing with currency. Here are the noun forms to expect:. There is also an extensive network of cash machines or ATMs Polish: bankomat. The exchange rate will depend on your particular bank, but usually ends up being pretty favorable, and comparable to reasonably good exchange offices.
Credit cards can be used to pay almost everywhere in the big cities. AmEx and Diners' Club can be used in a few places notably the big, business-class hotels but are not popular and you should not rely on them for any payments. Cheques were never particularly popular in Poland and they are hardly used nowadays. It is illegal to export goods older than 55 years that are of ANY historic value.
If you intend to do so you need to obtain a permit from the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage . Hypermarkets are dominated by western chains: Carrefour, Tesco, Auchan, Real. Usually located in shopping malls or suburbs. However Poles shop very often at local small stores for bread, meat, fresh dairy, vegetables and fruits - goods for which freshness and quality is essential. For the most part, Polish restaurants and bars do not include gratuity in the total of the check, so your server will be pleased if you leave them a tip along with the payment.
With all that said, many Poles may not leave a tip, unless service was exceptional. It is not difficult to avoid meat, with many restaurants offering at least one vegetarian dish. Most major cities have some exclusively vegetarian restaurants, especially near the city center. Vegan options remain extremely limited, however. Traditional Polish cuisine tends to be hearty, rich in meats, sauces, and vegetables; sides of pickled vegetables are a favorite accompaniment.
Modern Polish cuisine, however, tends towards greater variety, and focuses on healthy choices. A dinner commonly includes the first course of soup, followed by the main course. Among soups, barszcz czerwony red beet soup, a. It's commonly poured over dumplings barszcz z uszkami or barszcz z pierogami , or served with a fried pate roll barszcz z pasztetem.
Pierogi are, of course, an immediately recognizable Polish dish. They are often served along side another dish for example, with barszcz , rather than as the main course. Bigos is another unique, if less well-known, Polish dish: a "hunter's stew" that includes various meats and vegetables, on a base of pickled cabbage. Bigos tends to be very thick and hearty.
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Some Austro-Hungarian imports have also become popular over the years, and adopted by the Polish cuisine. When it comes to food-on-the-go, foreign imports tend to dominate such as kebab or pizza stands, and fast-food franchises. An interesting Polish twist is a zapiekanka , which is an open-faced baguette, covered with mushroooms and cheese or other toppings of choice , and toasted until the cheese melts. Zapiekanki can be found at numerous roadside stands and bars.
Poland is also known for two unique cheeses, both made by hand in the [Podhale] mountain region in the south. Oscypek is the more famous: a hard, salty cheese, made of unpasteurized sheep milk, and smoked. It goes very well with alcoholic beverages such as beer. The less common is Bryndza , a soft cheese, also made with sheep milk and therefore salty , with a consistency similar to spreadable cheeses. When compared to latter description of negative human conduct, a puppy? Molybdenum is truly a metal for along with the twenty-first millennium. Get great tickets for just about any event by contacting TicketGiant.
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