What to wear
For Autumn and Winter bring with you a warm clothes and a cap. It might be snowing!
For the most part it is common to reward good service with 10% tip
Visiting someone house you may be asked to change your shoes into house shoes (slippers) please put them on when offered. Don't forget about flowers for the lady or some alcohol for the man.
Make sure to use taxis only with the company name placed on the car roof and doors.
Restrooms for women are marked with circle and for men with triangle.
DID YOU KNOW ?
Warsaw Uprising Museum
A stunning museum open in 2004 packed with interactive displays,photographs and video footage. Open as of 60th anniversary of Warsaw Uprising. Make sure you have 3 spare hours to be there - it is worth that! You can non miss it.
On the other side of the Wisla River Praga offers visitors a combination of strange sights and sounds - Street Band Monument at square that connects Florianska and Klopotowskiego Streets.
In public transport
While using a city transportation and you see a pregnant woman, woman with small child or an elderly person you give your seat away to them.
After the World War II in 1945 the Old Town was completely demolish but already by 1953 the Old Town stood as if the war had been just a bad dream. Now you can see the history of Warsaw in two museums - Warsaw Historical Museum and Warsaw Uprisung Museum -[places to be seen!
WHAT TO PACK
Pack your transformer if your electricity is diffrent then 230V,50 Hz AC. If you forget one, do not worry we will provide you with it.
For autumn and winter bring with you a lot of warmer cloths, hat, scarf and gloves. Poland is under influence of central european climate.
Usfeull contact numbers for your bank or credit card in case you need to use them.