The new Polish currency is the Euro thanks to Poland’s membership in the European Union, but the official currency is the zloty. The zloty is affectionately called zwo-ti, and it is available in increments called groszy (gr).
Banknotes are available in 10zi, 20zi, 50zi, 100zi and 200zi. The notes come in different sizes so they it’s easy to recognize the amount. Most of the cities have ATM machines, and most of the shops accept MasterCard, Visa, Maestro and Cirrus cards. The Kantor is a private exchange office that exchanges cash. Kantor locations can be found in hotels, post offices, department stores, airports, and train stations. They are usually opened from 9am to 6pm five days a week, and until 2pm on Saturdays.