But mostly it's geographically speaking.
So, what is Poland's location in relation to this point?
Locations currently vying for the distinction of being the centre of Europe include:
the small town of Rakhiv, or the village of Dilove near Rakhiv, in western Ukraine;
Bernotai, or Purnuškės, near Vilnius, in Lithuania;
a point on the island of Saaremaa in Estonia;
the village of Krahule, near Kremnica, in central Slovakia;
Suchowola, north of Białystok, in northeast Poland; and Toruń, in north-central Poland;
a point near Polotsk in Belarus.
At least 6 countries claim to have a center of Europe within its boundaries. Poland and Ukraine claim they have 2 centers of Europe, which is amazing. But if we consider the majority's geographical location (Estonia, Lithuania, Belorus and Ukraine vs. Poland and Slovakia) than Poland is indeed in Western Europe as the center would be to its east.
Problem solved. Poland is not an Eastern European country :)