Some people travel to find themselves, some people do it for history and immerse themselves in different cultures. If your reading this, I’m sure that neither of these descriptions fit your style of travelling.

You travel because you love waking up in a different hostel to the one you booked, lying next to a person you vaguely remember poorly hitting the night before, with no phone or wallet in site but one hell of a night that you can only just put together.

So being the great folks we are at the Krakow Crawl, we’ve put together a guide you help you travel the way you want.

#1 Stay Prepared

First things first, get yourself a decent hip flask. Some people may go for the more fancy options like the floppy flask or bra flask, which are great, but the trusty hip flask will never let you down. Check out this list of 7 best items to help you sneak in alcohol anywhere for some inspiration. 

One of the worst things when travelling (besides overpriced drinks and losing all your self-respect) is a hangover. So, what do you do as soon as that dreadful hangover starts to creep up on you? (like all the responsibilities you continually ignore) You take a nice big swish of your desired poison and keep on enjoying your day hangover-free. Remember to always to keep it nice and topped up. This will also come in handy when you’re in the more expensive cities or when you’re in an upmarket bar/club, and you’re too cheap to buy even one beer. When you decide to take a break you can use our travellers hangover guide.

#2 Avoid noisy places.

This is easier said than done as many of your travels take part in cities that aren’t the quietest places, so make sure you pack some good noise-cancelling headphones.

The headphones will come in handy for all the walking tours you’re too lazy to wake up early for. You just put them on, play your favourite song and take a nice long walk around the city taking in all the culture, architecture and interesting people….for about 10 minutes until you find a bar that looks like a nice place to have a drink.

#3 Keep a small circle

Travel alone or in a tiny group. If you travel alone, then there is no one to complain about the stupid things you did last night. However, if you’re a real loose mother f***er, then this can be a bit dangerous as you’ll have no one to stop you from rolling over and choking on your own vomit. If you do go with a group, keep it small and take only the people who know what type of person you are.

#4 Stay in Party Hostels

Stay in party hostels, and try to book bigger dorms when possible. All your crazy drunkenness is not only embraced but usually encouraged!

You’ll want to choose the biggest dorm possible. Because this way if there is someones vomit all over another’s suitcase. You can happily deny it because, for one, you can’t remember if it was you. Secondly, there are so many other people in the room; it could have been any of them!

#5 Join Pub Crawls

Take advantage of pub crawls. Most pub crawls are great value for money and just like the party hostels, and they expect you to be the drunken mess you want to be. Check out this list of the worlds best pub crawls that will assure you get the best bang for your buck.

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#6 Avoid this!

Avoid anyone who says they are “travelling to find themselves”. I really don’t think I need to expand on this one.

Final Words

As much as we love to party at Krakow crawl, we always party safely, look our for one another and drink reasonably. It’ doesn’t hurt to take it slow and enjoy yourself.