PLN (zł)

Currency: Polish złoty

Poland’s official currency. One US dollar is worth around 3.80 PLN. The Polish złoty is the official currency of Poland. It was introduced in 1924, replacing the Polish marka. One złoty is divided into 100 groszy. The złoty is issued by the National Bank of Poland and is symbolized by the abbreviation PLN. The exchange rate of the złoty is relatively stable, and it is not pegged to any other currency. The złoty is widely used in Poland for all transactions.