Cities in Poland

There’s obviously more cities in Poland, but these are the ones that is currently added to the guide.

Upcoming events in Poland

What are the top gay cities in Poland?

Darling, some top gay cities in Poland include Warsaw and Krakow. While there may be other fabulous spots, these two definitely stand out.

What currency is used in Poland?

Poland uses the Polish Złoty (PLN) as their currency, hun. Most places accept credit cards, so swipe and shine, queen! 💳

Is it expensive in Poland?

Compared to other countries in Europe, Poland is quite affordable, my love! Great for saving those coins.

Do I need any extra paperwork to visit Poland?

If you're from the EU, US, Canada, or Australia you don't need a visa for short stays, darling. Just a valid passport! Other nationalities should check visa requirements beforehand.

Is Poland gay friendly?

While larger cities like Warsaw and Krakow tend to be more gay-friendly, there's still progress to be made in smaller towns and rural areas. Keep it fierce and always stay alert!

Is gay marriage allowed in Poland?

Unfortunately, no honey. Gay marriage isn't recognized in Poland. But hey, love is love, and it's a big world out there.

Can I use English in Poland?

Of course, hun! Many Poles speak English, especially the younger generation. It's always helpful to know a few Polish phrases though!

Should I leave a tip for a waiter in Poland?

Absolutely, sweetie! If the service was good, tipping around 10% is customary in Poland. You know how fabulous those tips can make someone feel!

What's the best time of year to visit Poland?

The best time to visit Poland is during spring (April to June) or fall (September to October), as the weather is lovely and there are fewer tourists crowding your fabulousness.

What's the local language in Poland, and how do I say basic phrases?

The local language is Polish. Let's make it fabulous with these phrases:

  • Cześć (Hello)

  • Dziękuję (Thank you)

  • Przepraszam (Sorry)

  • Skąd jesteś? (Where are you from?)

  • Jestem fabuła! (I'm fabulous!)

What's the local cuisine like in Poland, and what are some must-try dishes?

Dig into these tasty treats, darling:

  • Pierogi (Dumplings with various fillings)

  • Placki ziemniaczane (Potato pancakes)

  • Żurek (Sour rye soup)

  • Bigos (Hunter's Stew)


What are the emergency numbers, and how do I call for help in Poland?

In case of emergency, doll, dial 112 for general help, or 997 for the police, 998 for the fire brigade, and 999 for an ambulance.

Are there any cultural taboos or behaviors that I should avoid in Poland?

Avoid discussing politics, religion, or LGBTQ+ topics in conservative environments, babe. As in many countries, it's best to be respectful and adaptable. You're fabulous and can handle it, just be aware!