From the end of World War II until the later 1980’s the Polish zloty was valued differently against other currencies depending on the type of transaction.

It became very expensive for Western tourists to exchange their currency into zlotys whereas foreign importers benefitted from competitively priced products in polish zlotys. This rather elaborate exchange rate system created by the Polish government was abolished by 1990.

The Polish Zloty is the official currency of Poland. The ISO 4217 currency code for the Polish Zloty is PLN.

Polish Zloty Exchange Rate History Chart - Pan & Zoom 30-365 days (GBPPLN)