2014 Honeynet Project Workshop
12-14 May 2014 | Warsaw
Warsaw Quick Facts
Warsaw is located within the Central European Time, (CET/CEST). Standard time zone UTC/GMT +2 hours.
Warsaw uses 220V/50Hz power with CEE 7/5 (French)(Type E) plug type (Wiki here) . A power adapter is recommended.
Polish is the national language in Warsaw. English is the most common foreign language spoken in Warsaw.
The legal tender in Warsaw is the Polish Zloty (PLN). For the latest exchange rates, please visit http://www.nbp.pl/homen.aspx?f=/kursy/ratesa.html
Automatic Teller Machines (ATMs) by “Cash 4 you” and “Euronet” can be found throughout the city and airports.
Polish country code is +48.
Poland in May will be in Spring and starting to get warmer (temperatures up to 15 degrees Celsius). Remember to take an umbrella or raincoat.
It is customary in Poland to tip your waiter, 10% is the most common. For taxis you can round up as you wish. There is no need to tip hotel staff (except for hotel restaurants).
For any emergency you should use the 112 number.
All visitors from outside Europe are entitled to a value-added tax (VAT) return on all purchases over 200 PLN. Look for “Tax Free” or “Tax Refund” signs on shops. Polish VAT on most things is 23%. More info on https://granica.gov.pl/TaxFree/p_kroki.php?v=en
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