Polish Zloty

(EUR/PLN) 0,07%
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Exchange rate Polish Zloty (PLN)

  • Last quote4,2570
  • Last quote (time)14:08
  • Difference0,0028
  • Difference %0,07%
  • Open4,2547
  • Close (previous trading day)4,2542
  • Day High (delayed)4,2605
  • Day Low (delayed)4,2539
  • Year High4,3520
  • Year Low 4,2371

Historical exchange rate Polish Zloty (€)

  • Date1 € = units
  • 18-07-20194,2542
  • 17-07-20194,2634
  • 16-07-20194,2564
  • 15-07-20194,2608

Polish Zloty (PLN) exchange rate

1 PLN = Units 1 Unit = PLN
US Dollar 0,2638 3,7908
British Pound 0,2105 4,7495
Euro 0,2349 4,2570
Japanese Yen 28,3993 0,0352
Swiss Franc 0,2591 3,8592

About the Polish Zloty (PLN)

The Polish word zloty means golden. Just like the former Dutch guilder, the coin is derived from the florin. The Polish zloty exchange rate has undergone significant changes over the years. The Polish zloty was created in 1923 as the successor to the Polish mark. After a period of hyperinflation, the currency was reformed in 1995. The new zloty lost four zeros compared to the old one. 1 new zloty (PLN) was equal to 10,000 old zlotys (PLZ).

Zloty to euro exchange rate

Poland has been a member of the European Union since 1 May 2004 but has not yet joined the Eurozone. Poland has not yet set an official date for the introduction of the Euro.

Polis Zloty (PLN) Wiki

The Polish zloty is the currency of Poland. The zloty is subdivided into 1, 2.5, 10, 20 and 50 groszy and 1, 2 and 5 zlotys. 1 zloty is divided into 100 groszy. Zloty notes are available as 10, 20, 50, 100 and 200 zlotys. The rate of the Polish zloty euro is not fixed. The calculator on this site can be used to convert Polish zloty euros. The most recent Polish zloty euro rate is used here, based on the daily price of the zloty euro rate. The official abbreviation for the Polish zloty is PLN.