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Capital – Warsaw | Currency – Zloty | Timezone – GMT +1
Accessible Travel Agent: Accessible Poland Tours
Accessible Poland Tours knows all about the best places to stay, the most beautiful cities and the best cultural sites not to miss.
Poland has a lot to offer, if you are into culture and history, but also when you are an outdoors person. Get in touch with this travel agent for answers to your questions.
Chopin International Airport – Warsaw
The airport is very accessible. An example for many other airports.
Editor’s pick: Robi my podroze travelblog
Travelbloggers Goha and Kamil ‘Robi my Podroze‘ from Poland share lots of videos and blogs on their website.
Robi my Podroze means ‘We are going on a trip’ or ‘we are on a journey.’
All their travel stories are in Polish, the blogs however you can easily translate if you choose Google Translate. You get a really good impression of Poland if you watch his videos and read about his adventures.
Wieliczka Salt Mine
Wieliczka Salt Mine – Wieliczka (near Krakow). This is a beautiful and unique place to visit. Although challenging for visitors using a wheelchair, everything that could be done to make this place more accessible has been done.
Mazure – the Lake District
One of the many beautiful regions of Poland. So many lakes, so many trees. Surround yourself with nature.
This video gives you an impression of the city of Poznan, in western Poland.
Museums accessibility information
Language – the official language is Polish. In touristic places people know English.
Visa – all information on applying for a visa to Poland you find on this website.