Where can you safely fly to from Poland?
With an increasing number of countries lifting travel bans and with the list of quarantine-free countries being updated on a daily basis, here are the places you can fly to now:
Albania and you don’t require a COVID-19 test result upon entry.
Austria, as long as Poles arrive from their home country or any destination included on Austria’s safe list.
Belarus does not require incoming Polish travellers to self-isolate but they must present a valid negative Covid-19 test done in the last 48 hours.
Belgium. A 14-day quarantine is recommended but not enforced.
A similar recommendation for Poles to self-isolate for a fortnight is in place in Iceland.
Bulgaria accepts Polish tourists without any additional requirements as long as they do not come from one of the countries still covered by Bulgaria’s travel restrictions.
Croatia has fully opened its borders for Polish citizens with all restrictions and the quarantine requirement lifted.
As of July 6, Poland has been put on Cyprus’s list of countries safe for Covid-19 and Poles can now cross the country’s border after completing a survey on the Cyprus Flight Pass website.
Montenegro lifted the Covid-19 test and mandatory self-isolation requirements for EU citizens on July 1 and Poles can enter freely from all countries of the bloc and if they transit from non-EU member states.
Countries that accept Polish travellers without any additional requirement include the Czech Republic, France, the Netherlands, Germany, Switzerland, Sweden, Slovakia, Hungary, Serbia Tunisia, Turkey and Malta.
Poles can also enter freely Italy as long as they do not arrive from other countries than the European Union, the Schengen area and Great Britain.
The Baltic states, Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania admit people from countries where the number of those infected in the last 14 days has not exceeded 15 per 100,000 population. Under these circumstances Poles are currently free to enter all three countries.
Egypt has opened its borders without any conditions for Polish tourists.
Poles wanting to spend their vacation in Spain or Greece will only be asked to fill in a special online FCS form on their health condition prior to their travel.
When choosing Portugal as a holiday destination, Poles also do not have to worry about quarantine. If they are travelling to the archipelagos of Madeira and the Azores, they have to present the current negative test result on Covid-19 or agree to take a test at the airport.
Travel restrictions for Poles are still in force in Bosnia and Herzegovina. They can only enter the country for business purposes, after presenting a negative Covid-19 test at the border and an invitations from a Bosnian legal person.
Poles cannot yet enter Finland, Georgia, Israel, Morocco, Russia and Romania as the entry ban for other nations, including Poland, is still in force in these countries.
Norway and Denmark will only allow Poles to visit their family members with permanent residence in the country or if they have “justified reason for entry.”
The borders of Great Britain and Slovenia are open to Polish citizens but a two-week quarantine applies upon arrival.