• Toilets are labelled ‘toaleta’ or ‘WC’.
  • Men should look for ‘dla panów’ or ‘męski’, or a door marked by an upside-down triangle.
  • Women should head for ‘dla pań’ or ‘damski’, or a door marked with a circle.
  • Public toilets in Poland are few and far between and often not very clean.
  • The fee for a public toilet is usually 1zł or 2zł, collected by a toilet attendant sitting at the door. Have small change ready.