Last updated May 25, 2022
Yes, Poland is open to American tourists
Poland reopened to travelers from the US on June 19, 2021, ending a period of over a year during which American travelers were unable to visit the country. Canadians can also travel to Poland under the same entry requirements.
Can American tourists enter Poland? Yes
Can Canadian tourists enter Poland? Yes
There are no test requirements to enter Poland.
Antigen or PCR Testing for Returning Home
If you need to get tested for your journey home, whether it is required by the airline or for re-entry into the U.S. we will help you schedule that at the most convenient location possible, at the appropriate time. For re-entry to the US you need to have a negative result from a Covid-19 viral test taken no more than one day before your arrival. Since May 12 2021, the CDC have approved Antigen tests for travel. Antigen tests are quicker (results in 30 minutes, not 24 hours) and cheaper (around 1/3 the price or less) than PCR tests and often more readily available. If you are flying direct back to the US, the only test you’ll need is an Antigen test. If you are transferring in another country on the way back to the US other requirements may apply. We advise to check with the airline in this case.
General COVID-19 measures to be aware of
- maintain physical distance (1.5 meters)
- maintain hand hygiene and disinfection (we will provide a personal bottle of hand sanitiser to you upon arrival)
- for as long as wearing protective masks is mandatory we will provide one disposable mask per day of your vacation
Face coverings must be cloth or medical-type masks. Face shields, visors, scarves, or other types of face coverings are not permitted as substitutes for masks.
Medical faciliaties and pharmacies
Restaurants & Dining
There are no restrictions on access to, and hours for, restaurants and dining that would affect a traveler who is allowed to enter the country.