We get a lot of questions about the COVID-related entry requirements to Poland, because the information overload on the Internet makes it difficult to find accurate and up-to-date information. We hope you’ll find this short summary helpful. Please note that entry requirements and COVID-19 restrictions may change over time, so if your trip to Poland is happening in a few months, it is a good idea to check the requirements again closer to your departure date.
Last update: 28.03.2022
Of course it is! Hotels, restaurants and museums operate as usual, there are no restrictions that would affect a fully vaccinated traveler when it comes to access or opening hours.
The advantage of tours organized by RealPoland is that our groups are small, which makes traveling safer.
Starting March 28, 2022, almost all COVID-19 restrictions in Poland. are lifted.
Mask wearing is only mandatory in medical facilities and in pharmacies. There are no other restrictions.
Can American tourists enter Poland? What about travelers from Canada and Australia? Yes, Poland is open to tourists from the USA, Canada and Australia alike.
There are no special entry requirements. From March 28, 2022, you do not need to present proof of vaccination nor take a SARS-CoV-2 test to enter Poland.
Before you go to Poland, please make sure that you know the re-entry requirements into your country. If you need to get tested before you return, we will help you arrange the test at the appropriate time.