Generally not required for stays of up to 90 days.
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Poland has an extensive and reasonably priced rail and bus network, though it's not always terribly fast or efficient.
Train PKP Intercity trains offer affordable and fast service between major cities and on international routes. Slower PKP (Polskie Koleje Państwowe; Polish State Railways) trains run to smaller towns around the country. For train timetables, check www.rozklad-pkp.pl.
Bus Nationwide FlixBus/Polski Bus (http://global.flixbus.com) services links big cities and can be faster than trains on some routes. Elsewhere, buses are useful for remote towns and villages that aren’t serviced by trains.
Car Always handy for travelling at your own pace, but Polish highways can be narrow and crowded. Cars can be hired in many towns and cities. Drive on the right.
Poland is a strongly family-oriented place and travelling with children doesn’t create any specific problems.For general suggestions on how to make a family trip easier, pick up a copy of Lonely Planet’s Travel with Children.
Without a high standard of Polish, most people will need to arrange a job in Poland through an international company or be prepared to teach English. Teaching standards are high, however, and you’ll probably need a TEFL (Teaching English as...