To pay or not to tip in Spain depends on the quality of service. In restaurants for good service, it is customary to leave a 5-10% tip, regardless of whether the service is included in the bill or not. You can book a concierge and maid's tea for $ 1 per day. Taxi drivers in Spain accepted - 10% or round off the bill.
In Poland, tips are eagerly accepted. Waiters' salaries are not very high, so extra money is always helpful. Restaurants pay extra 10% of the order amount. Hotels can stay for $ 1 a day. It is not customary to give tea in taxis or coffee shops.
The culture of gratuity in the United States is so developed that most employees expect additional pay. In American restaurants, an extra 20% of the bill is recommended. If you only ordered coffee at a small coffee shop, simply round up the amount or leave $ 1. Such generous sums are easy to explain: for employees of cafes and restaurants that earn a minimum hourly wage, tips often make up the bulk of the income. The hotel, when providing various services, it is accepted to pay $ 4 per day. Tipping is customary to give the maid, the receptionist, the carrier, the maids. The taxi driver calculates 15% of the amount of the bill. For coffee it is accepted to leave $ 1.
Tipping in Turkey is generally accepted in restaurants and hotels. Restaurants leave about 15%, if not already listed. If you only ordered coffee, you can safely pay extra $ 1. It is appropriate for hotel staff, carriers and maids to leave $ 1-2 a day as a thank you. Tip taxi drivers are not allowed to give, but you can round off the amount or add $ 1 to the bill.
Tipping in Cuba is kind of the responsibility of tourists. At least that's what the locals think. The standard tip is considered to be: 10% of the restaurant bill, $ 2 in hotel maids and carrier per day, taxi driver 5-10% of the fare, when ordering coffee, it is necessary to leave 10% of the cost of coffee.