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General information

Costs of living in Poland vary. They are the highest in Warsaw and in other large cities (Krakow, Lodz, Wrocław, Poznan, Gdansk).

In Poland, food, public transport and accommodation are still slightly cheaper than in most Western European countries, but the percentage share of the items in the budget of each family grows every year.

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