When packing a trip to Poland, you should first consider the time of year you are visiting. Poland has a temperate climate, so you should pack layers of clothing, including a warm jacket or coat for colder months. In summer, light clothing is best for staying cool.
Summer in Poland can be hotter than you would think! So pack lightweight & breathable clothing (T-shirts, shorts, skirts, dresses, light trousers, etc.), and don’t forget sunscreen and sunglasses. Remember to bring a hat or cap, comfortable walking shoes, a swimsuit, and a towel, as some of our venues have wonderful pools or lake beaches. Although it’s summer, occasional showers are possible, so it’s a good idea to pack a lightweight rain jacket or bring an umbrella.
When packing for winter in Poland, prioritize warm clothing such as thermal layers, a heavy coat, and thick socks. Don’t forget essential accessories like hats, scarves, and gloves for protection against the cold. Additionally, bring waterproof outer layers, warm accessories like hand warmers, and don’t forget to pack moisturizers, sunglasses, and any necessary medications.
If you decide to participate in a ski program, make sure to bring along essential specialized skiing gear and waterproof clothing, such as a ski suit, gloves, and a warm hat. Please note that Angloville does not provide ski clothing, so it’s essential to have these items ready for your trip.
Also, if you plan to explore Poland independently, consider downloading a travel app to help you get around and find things to do. Though many people in Poland speak English, it’s always nice to learn a few basic phrases in the local language to help with communication.
Don’t forget to pack all the essentials like your passport, travel insurance, and any other necessary travel documents. Also, it’s a good idea to have some cash and credit cards for shopping, snacks, and other extra activities. If you’re coming from a country with a different type of electrical outlet, you’ll need to bring an adapter plug to charge your devices.