Poland is a sovereign country in Southern Europe. There are around forty million Poles living in the country. Sometimes referred to as Polish people, a considerable number of its population live in the main cities. Its largest city is Warsaw – the country’s capital. Other main cities in Poland include Gdańsk, Kraków, Poznań, Szczecin and Wrocław. If you need to call Poland from abroad, follow the instruction below.
5 Steps to Call Poland from UK, US, Canada & more:
- If you’re calling from a different country, you will need an access code to contact someone in Poland . Dial the exit code from the country you’re in right now.
- United Kingdom – 00
- United States – 011
- Canada – 011
- Australia – 0011
- New Zealand – 00
- South Africa – 09
- Some European Countries – 00
- For other countries, please see the full list of international calling codes
- Add the country code for Poland – 48
- Include the area code for the city or town.
- Warsaw – 22
- Kraków – 12
- Wrocław – 71
- Poznań – 61
- Gdańsk – 58
- Szczecin – 91
- Other area codes, please see below
- Enter the remaining phone number you’ve been given.
- When you dial a mobile phone number in Poland , ignore the area code. After the country code, the next two digits can be:
- 50, 51, 53, 60, 66, 69, 72, 78, 79 or 88
Dialling A Phone Number in Poland:
You maybe given a few variations even for a single landline number. Have a look at a sample phone number in Poland at the table below:
- 123 456 78
- (22) 123 456 78
- +48 22 123 456 78
Aside from the country exit code where you’re currently living, the way to contact anyone in Poland will always be the same as per above instruction. Below are some sample phone numbers if you are:
- To contact someone in Wrocław, Poland and you’re from Britain:
- 00 48 71 123 456 78
- When you call Krakow, Poland from USA or Canada, you will dial:
- 011 48 3 123 456 78
- To ring a cellular phone number in Poznan, Poland from Australia, you will dial:
- 0011 (xx) 123 456 78
- Where xx is either: 50, 51, 53, 60, 66, 69, 72, 78, 79 or 88
Poland Landline Area Codes:
When to Call Poland
Determine what time it is inPoland before you call. There’s nothing worse than receiving a phone call in the wee hours of the morning. Polish people will get annoyed if they’re not expecting a call. Unless of course it is an emergency. Poland follows the Central European Time Zone. However, like in most countries, daylight saving time is observed.
- Central European Standard time is GMT +1.
- Central European Summer Time (Daylight Saving Time) is GMT +2.
Daylight Saving Time: When does it start and end?
- Starts: Last Sunday of March at 01:00 GMT. Clocks go forward one hour. GMT +2
- Ends: Last Sunday of October at 01:00 GMT. Clocks go back one hour. GMT +1
Poland has a long Baltic Sea coastline. It is one of the larger countries in Central Europe. The country is bordered by Belarus, Czech Republic, Germany, Lithuania, Russia, Slovakia and Ukraine. If you need to know how to call Poland from another country, just follow the 5 steps as explained above.