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In 2018, the 10th annual City Costs Barometer by Post Office Travel Money declared Warsaw and Krakow, two Polish cities, among the cheapest European destinations. The study factored in expenses for a three-course meal for two, a bottle of wine, coffee, a soda, beer, a glass of wine, airport transfers, a city travel card, sightseeing, and museum visits. The cost for a trip to Warsaw was approximately 193 euros, and Krakow was about 185 euros.
Let’s explore the overall cost of a trip to Poland, from tours and entertainment to accommodation, food, and transportation.
Poland offers a wide array of free attractions, from mountain hikes and skiing to seaside relaxation and strolls through charming old towns and national parks. However, if you wish to dive deeper into Poland’s culture and history, consider guided tours or museum visits. Here are some price ranges:
Hotel prices in Warsaw start at a reasonable 40 euros for a double room, equating to just 20 euros per person. If you’re a budget-conscious traveler, you can find beds in hostels for less than 10 euros per night. Alternatively, Airbnb apartments offer a wide range, with prices averaging between 20 and 100 euros per night. For a simple yet comfortable apartment, expect to pay around 30 euros, while luxurious apartments with breathtaking views may cost between 60 and 100 euros.
Dining out in Poland is a delightful experience. A meal in a restaurant typically costs around 5 euros, while a restaurant beer costs about 1.6 euros, and coffee ranges from 1.5 to 2 euros.
Here are some prices for common food items in Polish shops:
In a Polish cuisine restaurant, an average meal for two people, including two mid-range appetizers, two main courses, two beverages, and one dessert, costs around 20 euros. However, you’ll find numerous budget-friendly eateries where two people can dine for approximately 8 euros. For a more upscale dining experience, expect to spend around 50 euros for two people.
Public transport in Warsaw offers affordability with options like:
Car rental prices are also quite reasonable, starting from 50 euros per day in Warsaw and around 30 euros per day in smaller Polish cities. Train travel in Poland is both convenient and cost-effective, with examples like:
Naturally, the total cost of a trip to Poland can vary widely, as travelers have unique preferences and priorities. However, let’s create a hypothetical vacation model for a 7-day trip for two people with a medium budget. The itinerary includes a few days in Northern Poland, a few days in Southern Poland, and a weekend in Warsaw.
The estimated total average cost for a 7-day trip to Poland for two people (excluding flights) is approximately 830 euros.
For a budget-friendly trip to Poland, opt for more meals in Milk bars, stay in hostels, and explore the abundant free attractions. You can also consider regular train journeys to save on high-speed train costs. Your adventure in Poland can truly be an economical one, as it remains one of the most affordable destinations in Europe.