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I live in USA but I'm traveling to Poland for the summer. I am wondering what are the prices in USD of coffee in Poland.

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In big Polish cities be prepared to pay around 10 PLN, which is about $3, in Starbucks and similar for a black coffee. In McDonalds you will pay around half of it. It goes down to around $1 in smaller cafeterias outside of the city center. But as usually, it highly varies.

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I heard it can get up to 15 PLN (almost $5) in the most touristy areas of Warsaw. – Grzenio May 23 '12 at 12:56
I bet you are right. – crenate May 23 '12 at 13:48

Really cheap. It depends on the exact place you take it, but though it's not difficult to take a coffee for less than $.50 in a city center (I was at Poland last April). Of course, if you go to Starbucks, it will be more expensive, but in general it is cheaper than a Starbucks in USA.

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what city center are you talking about?? Was it warsaw?? – Xitcod13 May 23 '12 at 21:41
In general any city. Warsaw included, but that's true that the only coffee we take in warsaw (in a "milky bar", near central station) was a bit more expensive (3 PLN if I remember well). – Ivan May 24 '12 at 14:22
$.50? are you sure? Being a Polish I have never seen coffee that cheap ... unless it was a coffee machine at university. – Krizz May 27 '12 at 22:06
I live in Poland and can't recall any place with coffee for 0.5$ (1.50 PLN). Maybe somewhere there are, but for sure it's not true that you can easliy find coffee for 0.5$ in city centers. – psur Oct 27 '12 at 13:52
Maybe it was a kiosk on the railway/bus station? – Danubian Sailor Jun 13 '14 at 13:43

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