Plock, Poland
Plock is a city in central Poland, on the Vistula river. The first kings of Poland took up residence here in the 11th century. It is a quiet town, largely undiscovered by tourists. It is of special interest to fans of Art Nouveau.

Plock boasts a medieval town centre, a cathedral from the 12th century; a gothic castle of the Mazovian dukes, now a museum with an impressive collection from Art Nouveau and Art Deco periods, and a Dominican Church and Monastery, from the 13th century.
There is also a nice walk along the Vistula river promenade which guarantees great views.

Things to See & Do

* Walk the Vistula River promenade
* Cathedral
* Remnants of Casimir’s Cathedral
* Masovian Museum
* Stary Rynek – city hall square

General Information

Cruise Season – March to Dec
Currency – Zloty (PLN)
Language – Polish
Population – 126,700 approx.
Land Area – 88.06 km²
Electricity – 2 round pins European style
Time - GMT/UTC plus one hour
International Country Telephone Code – + 48

Port Location – The port at Plock is located on the Vistula river.

Travel Links – People travel here by bus. Pex (Polski Express) or Komfort Bus serves the busy main line of the area - Warszawa- Płock- Wrocławek- Toruń. Warszawa- Płock seem to be served hourly, journey time is approx. 1 h 50 minutes. Płock-Wrocławek is served with somewhat less intensive schedule, approximately a bus is running every two hours or less. There are also multiple bus connections from Kutno.