Poland, one of the most beautiful countries in Europe, takes attention with its regular social life, beautiful nature, and shopping opportunities. We can easily say that Poland is a pretty cheap country. Especially transportation has a good quality and its cheap. People are respectful and the country has a sincere atmosphere. Let’s check 7 things that you should buy from Poland.
Most of the shopping centers located in Warsaw, Krakow, and Gdansk. If you want to catch discounts, in January the discount rate reaches about 50-60%. In summer, July-August, the discount rate reaches about 60-70%. Those times are the best to buy something from Poland.
Poland is like a heaven for vodka. You can easily find plenty kinds of it that you can imagine. Zubrowka and Soplica are the most popular one that you should buy from Poland. Zubrowka is an absolute vodka but Soplica has different aromas. Lemon and hazelnut are one of the best ones. You can add some milk the nutty one.
If you like trying different flavors or you know someone who likes Kabanos would be a good gift to buy from Poland. It is a kind of smoked and dried meat. There are two types of it; beef and pork meat. It is a good snack to eat with beer.
Oscypek cheese has always made me a surprise. Its made from Zakopane Mountain sheep’s milk. If you eat it without cook it tastes like dried meat. When you cook it, it became soft. You should definitely eat it with jam.
Amber stone is a symbol of Poland. You can find rings, necklaces, earrings, souvenirs and so on made of amber stone. You may think that it is a bit expensive but there are different kinds of them for every budget. It is a precious gift and memory that you should buy from Poland.
Kazsubka is a traditional and handmade doll for Poland. They are all handmade and dressed up in traditional Polish costumes.
It is a delicious and cheap gift that you should buy from Poland. The original ones are slightly sweet and more ginger. But now you can easily find different aromas of them such as orange, apricot, cherry, chocolate, plum and so on. It is good to add that, you can bake your own cookies in Gingerbread Museum.
They use rose figures and contrasting colors for those square scarfs. Even those scarfs are traditional we can easily adapt them to our modern clothing style.
Especially, Warsaw has plenty of shopping centers and fabric sales shop. In those places, you can find products belong to expensive brands like Guess, Versace, Lacoste, Calvin Klein and so on. You can find the old collection of products at lower prices. Good shopping, have fun!
If you love these products and your cargo charges and taxes are expensive in your country, you can request these products from Poland via Glocalzone.