The Ultimate Guide to COVID-19 Travel Restrictions

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From where you can enter Poland

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Last updated on June 30, 2020

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Poland COVID-19 Travel Update

Travel Status

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COVID-19 Statistics

New confirmed cases: NA (NA)
Total confirmed cases: NA (NA)
Total deaths: NA (NA)
Stringency Index: NA (NA)

International Travel

Inbound Travel: Who can travel into Poland?

As of June 17, 2020, international flights from the following countries have resumed:

  • Austria, Bulgaria, Belgium, Czechia, Croatia, Cyprus, Denmark, Estonia, France, Finland, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway, Italy, Liechtenstein, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, the Netherlands, Poland, Romania, Switzerland, Slovakia, Spain, Slovenia.

The following rules apply:

  • Only citizens and permanent residents of Poland, and travelers who are citizens of the countries listed above, are allowed to enter, exit and transit through Poland.
  • Spouses and children of the citizens and permanent residents mentioned above may also cross the border.
  • More exceptions may apply, click here for more details.
  • Poland’s borders are closed to all other foreign travelers until further notice.

Note: From July 1, 2020, flights will resume between Poland, Sweden, Portugal, and the United Kingdom.

Outbound Travel: Who can travel out of Poland?

  • As Poland has restored full border traffic with members of the European Union, travelers may move freely. This includes the act of exiting Poland.

Visa & Quarantine Measures

  • Travelers entering Poland via internal EU borders are not required to undergo quarantine. All other travelers will be subject to mandatory 14-day self-isolation.

For up-to-date information on Poland’s travel restrictions and COVID-19 regulations, refer to the Republic of Poland Government.

Domestic Travel

Domestic travel in Poland is open. Health and safety regulations apply.

  • Domestic flights have resumed.
  • Public transportation is operational. Capacity is reduced.
  • Social distancing measures are in place — keep at least two meters from others.
  • You must wear masks or any other kind of covering over the mouth and nose if you are unable to remain two meters from others. Masks must be worn on public transport and indoor spaces at all times.
  • Events and gatherings of up to 150 people are allowed.
  • Certain businesses and venues such as shopping malls, theaters, concert halls, museums, and marketplaces are open. Adhere to safety measures.

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  1. Domestic flights have resumed and public transportation is operational with reduced capacity.

  2. As of June 17, 2020, restrictions on international flights for certain countries will be lifted.

  3. As Poland has restored full border traffic with members of the European Union, travelers may move freely.

  4. The obligation to undergo a 14-day quarantine is imposed on persons crossing the borders of the Republic of Poland that are also the external borders of the EU, when traveling to their place of residence or stay.


Advisories may change without warning. Please check official government websites for up-to-date information on travel restrictions prior to your journeys. This project displays information that is related only to COVID-19 travel restrictions and not to existing restrictions.

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