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Poland opens its borders to Schengen countries on Saturday, the 13th of June!

It means that travellers will be allowed to freely enter, exit and transit through the country without the obligation of undergoing quarantine. However, the EU's external borders remain closed. International flights are planned to be restored from June 16.

Poland is ready to receive tourists again!

The hotels, restaurants, shopping malls and the majority of tourist attractions are now reopened! Everything is very slowly getting back to normal.
Both the tourist attractions and tourists still have to follow the safety rules. The guests of restaurants, visitors of museums, travellers by public transport and participants in cultural events have to keep a safe 2-meters distance from each other. Otherwise the face mask will be required. All public gatherings are now limited to 150 persons.
The tourist attractions must follow all of the guidelines and regulations in order to ensure the safety of the tourists, so that everyone feels safe and enjoys their stay in Poland as much as before the pandemic.

More details coming soon.

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Vår adress:
Polska Statens Turistbyrå
Karlavägen 47 B
114 49 Stockholm
må - fre 10:00-13:00 och 14:00-16:30
Telefontider och turistinformation:
må - fre 10:00-13:00 och 14:00-16:30
tel: +46 (0) 8 21 60 75

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