Poland is a popular holiday destination in Europe. Tourists come here for the Baltic coast as well as for well-equipped ski resorts. There are many cities to explore, the most popular ones being Warsaw, Wroclaw, Krakow, and Lublin - where visitors can admire medieval architecture (Wawel, Malbork and Książ castles) and wonderful natural parks such as Bialowieza, Morskie Oko lake area, and Babia Gora National Park. You also shouldn’t forget to try some dishes of national Polish cuisine: Bigos, Polish sausages and placki, and Mazurek.
If you’ve decided to set off on a journey it’s better to plan your way around the country in advance. Both public and private transport, such as the bus or train, are available in Poland, the latter being more suitable if you do not want to bother with timetables, or if you travel with children. In Poland, you can order a taxi at any time using a telephone call or mobile apps. The price of a taxi ride depends on many factors: for instance, it’s much more expensive to order a taxi at night or on holidays, and if you drive out of the city or between cities the price can almost double (as it includes the driver’s return journey).
If when planning your trip to this country, you feel worried about the language barrier or unexpected cost of a taxi from the airport in Poland, you can easily inquire about your expense in advance using an online Kiwitaxi service. On our site, you can see the prices for any transfer route in Poland, order the taxi and complete your booking and payment at once, so you don’t need to worry about currency exchange when you arrive. This is a great option for going between countries as well, for example from Kaliningrad to Gdansk. Using the transfer in Poland, you can cross the border with comfort, and often in less than 15 minutes. Additionally, there is an English language support service willing to help travelers day and night with any questions.