Do you know what you can take with you from and to Poland? Below you will find import and export duties for alcohol and tobacco, among other things.
- There are rules regarding the import, transport and vaccinations of pets.
- Also remember to check the rules of the countries on the route to Poland.
Transport of pets
- A pet must be transported in such a way that it cannot lead to dangerous situations or traffic nuisance.
- A dog or cat needs an EU pet passport, available from the vet. This passport contains a description of the animal, the name and address of the owner, the registration number of the chip (standard ISO microchip 11784/11785 is inserted) and proof of vaccination against rabies. There is also room in the passport for a health certificate and other treatments or vaccinations.
Various customs rules
- An overview of the quantities of alcohol and tobacco that you can bring into Poland can be found at iatatravelcentre.com/customs-currency-airport-tax-regulations.htm (English: customs rules).
- See also the general rules of the European Union: europa.eu/youreurope/citizens/travel/carry/alcohol-tobacco-cash/index_en.htm.
- Note: The minimum age for the consumption or purchase of alcoholic beverages may differ within the country from the minimum age for the import of alcoholic beverages.
- If you use medication, take a European Medical Passport with you. This document includes information such as medication use, illness, conditions and the contact details of your doctor. It is available for a small fee from general practitioners and pharmacies, among others.
- You must have a medical certificate with you to take medicines that fall under the Opium Act (such as certain sleeping pills, ADHD medicines and strong painkillers).
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