Detailed hi-res maps of Warsaw for download or print
The actual dimensions of the Warsaw map are 3162 X 1963 pixels, file size (in bytes) - 1196879. You can open this downloadable and printable map of Warsaw by clicking on the map itself or via this link: Open the map
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Moving around in Poland - transportation
There are ten air harbors on the territory of Poland. The largest airport is located near the capital city. It should be noted that after the country’s accession to the European Union, the quality of service at airports as well as the appearance of terminals has improved. All of them have been modernized in accordance with contemporary international requirements. The infrastructure within the territory of the terminals makes available everything necessary for a traveler during the trip. Domestic flights are also very popular. You can reach the opposite ends of the country in just eighty minutes. Generally, the price policy of companies is quite affordable. Nonetheless, the price of tickets can increase on holidays.
Economy roadmap of Poland
Poland’s economic situation is recognized as a true world phenomenon. Within the global crisis and incredibly complex financial problems, Poland managed to build a powerful and effective developmental program. The dynamics of development is improving every year. Even at the end of the twentieth century, the country’s GDP was gradually decreasing, although most European countries had a quite stable economic situation during this period. Everything however changed dramatically right after the Republic was admitted to the European Union. Perhaps, this is the first country that was able to adapt as quickly as possible to all the features of this Union and to extract the maximum benefit from it. According to data for the last year, the ratio of Poland’s GDP compared with that of other European countries exceeds seventy percent.