You should be aware that most of our tours involve quite a lot of walking so bringing a pair of comfortable shoes will be strongly recommended. The type of clothes to take depends on the time of your travel. Anyway, the weather in Poland can be a bit fitful so you should also bring some warmer clothes as well as a rain coat.
You do not need to take too much cash with you; there are numerous bank machines (ATMs) easily accessible and handy.
If you take any medicines, you should consider taking them with you.
Don’t forget to take your travel documents and travel insurance. It is always a good idea to make a copy of your passport and pack it separately or keep a scan in your email box. A plug adapter may be useful if your plug has a different shape. Electricity in Poland is 230 Volts, 50 Hertz. If your device doesn’t accept these parameters, you will need a voltage converter. Outlets in Poland only accept plugs with two round pins. And most important – bring a good mood!
Here’s a helpful list of items that you’ll find useful and necessary on your tour: Packing checklist