Section in Szczecin
Szczecin is a city with lots of stunning places. Some are famous for their history or architecture; some of them are hard to find and you really need a good guide to show you them. And some are to find here!
Our travel guides are free to read and explore online. If you want to get your own copy, the full travel guide for this destination is available to you offline* to bring along anywhere or print for your trip.*this will be downloaded as a PDF.
|Currency:||Zloty (PLN) 1 = 100 groszy|
|Emergency numbers:||Emergency Number: 112
Fire Brigade: 998
|Newspapers:||Głos Szczecinski - www.gs24.pl
Kurier Szczecinski - www.24kurier.pl
Radio Szczecin - www.radioszczecin.pl/player.php
Nasze Miasto Szczecin - www.szczecin.naszemiasto.pl
MM Trendy - facebook.com/MagazynMMTrendy
Prestiż Szczecin - www.prestizszczecin.pl
|Opening hours:||Shops are generally open from 9am–6pm and from 10am–3pm at weekends.
There is a ban on Sunday trading in Poland except selected Sundays. Trade ban does NOT include cinemas, restaurants, cafés, small local stores where the owner can work, stores at gas stations, pharmacies. Shopping malls can be open but most of the stores inside will be closed (only cinemas, restaurants, pharmacies in shopping malls can be open).
Please note that stores in Poland are closed during bank holidays.
|Tourist information:||Tourist Information Centre
pl. Żołnierza Polskiego 20 (Aleja Kwiatowa)
+48 914 340 440; firstname.lastname@example.org
Monday- Saturday 10.00-18.00
Tourist Information Office
ul. Kolumba 1 (PKP Szczecin Główny - main railway station)
+48 91 483 08 50, email@example.com
The Cultural and Tourist Information Centre
ul. Korsarzy 34 (the Pomeranian Dukes’ Castle)
+48 914 891 630; firstname.lastname@example.org