Negative tests required in Poland
Travellers arriving into Poland by public transport via air, road or rail will need to provide a negative PCR or antigen test within 48 hours prior to arrival into the country. Travellers who are unable to provide such proof will be required to quarantine for 10 days, starting from the day after arrival into the country. For those arriving from the Czech Republic and Slovakia, and all who cross the border by car, must also quarantine for 10 days. However, the quarantine period can end before the 10 days are up if a negative PCR test can be provided.
Fully vaccinated travellers do not need to quarantine on arrival if they show vaccination certificate.
Discover glacial lakes and hiking trails in Poland’s Tatra Mountains
From low-level beech forests to rugged granite peaks, the spectacular Tatra mountains form a natural border between Poland and Slovakia. A short hop from Zakopane, visitors to the National Park will find more than 300 kilometres of hiking trails, spot native wildlife including bear, lynx and marmot, or go wild swimming in glacial mountain lakes.