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Laundry in Poland

As my trip approaches, I'm thinking about packing and laundry. Does anybody know of laundries (ideally the places where you can just drop the stuff off) in Warsaw, Krakow, Wroclaw, and/of Gdansk? I'm staying in or near the old towns. Thanks!

Caroline

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I was just about to ask the same question myself. By the time we get to Kraków during our trip next month, we will definitely need to do laundry. In the RS Snapshot book there are 2 laundromats listed for Kraków, both near the Old Town and have drop off service. Frania Café, ulica Starowiślna 26 (according to the book it is a café/pub with ample washers & dryers, free Wi-Fi and a full bar serving espresso and laundry themed hard drinks !!) Betty Clean is closer to the Old Town, ulica Zwierzyniecka 6.

No laundry info in the book for Warsaw or Gdansk, Wroclaw isn't included in the book.

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When I travel, I often just use the laundry service that most hotels offer. Yes, I know, it can be expensive, but after spending thousands of dollars on a trip, I don't worry about spending another $20 or $30. They usually do a great job and return the items by the end of the day. They've been known to get small stains out that I've failed to get out over many washings!

I do do some laundry in the sink, but only small, quick-dry items.

If you're renting an apartment, then finding one with laundry facilities included would be the way to go.

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I second Frania Cafe in Krakow. This must be the most beautiful laundromat in the world!

In Warsaw, I used this place several times--it's super clean and accepts credit cards!
Laundromat in Warsaw

I also saw several Speed Queen locations (I think credit cards are ok):
Speed Queen