Thank you natalka, Iskra and Zgubiony!
I think I'll just bring a few rolls of toilet paper with me - it won't be the first time, believe it or not! :-)
Check they you do/dont need vaccinations to Poland (like Hep A , Hep B)
I found this information in various places:
"No immunizations are required for entry. The following medical vaccinations are desirable or helpful for travel to Poland to prevent contagious diseases in Poland: hepatitis A & B, rabies, typhoid and tetanus.
A common disease is the tick-borne encephalitis. Travelers are at risk who visit or work in forested areas during the summer months and who consume unpasteurized dairy products. Vaccine for this disease is not available in the United States at this time. To prevent tick-borne infections travelers should take precautions to prevent tick bites."
Because we hope to do some hiking in the hills around Wysowa, the tick information caught my attention. We have plenty of ticks here (northeast USA) as well, and because I spend so much time in the woods collecting mushrooms I am accustomed to wearing plenty of protective clothing, even when it's hot out. But I'm wondering if anyone has had experience with ticks in that area?
And what's the story about consuming unpasteurized dairy products???