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Visit Wroclaw

The market square in Wrocław is one of the most beautiful and significant places in the capital of Lower Silesia. For centuries, it has been the heart of the city and is currently one of the largest and most beautiful squares in Europe. It is a place where residents and tourists can enjoy stunning monuments, excellent restaurants, and entertainment while experiencing the atmosphere of a city rich in history and culture. The market square in Wrocław has a history of over 800 years, dating back to the 13th century. One of the most recognizable buildings on the square is the Town Hall.

A Gothic building with a beautiful facade, now housing a museum.

A UNESCO World Heritage Site, this iconic structure is an architectural masterpiece and hosts various events.

The oldest part of Wrocław, known for its charming streets, historic buildings, and the Wrocław Cathedral (Archikatedra św. Jana Chrzciciela): a stunning Gothic cathedral that dates back to the 10th century, located on Cathedral Island.

Visa information

Who Needs a Schengen Visa to Enter Poland?

Apply for a short-stay visa to enter Poland and any other member country of the Schengen zone, before heading to this area, if you belong to one of the following categories:

  • You are a passport holder of a third-world country that has not reached a visa liberalization agreement with the Schengen states.
  • You are a passport holder of a third-world country that has signed a visa liberalization agreement with the Schengen states, but you were previously rejected from entering Poland or any other Schengen country.

What Documents Are Required for a Poland Schengen Visa Application?

Due to the Schengen Visa Code, to enter the Republic of Poland you will need fulfill the Poland visa requirements. The mandatory required documents for a visa to Poland are as follows:

  • Polish visa application form. Fulfill the form with your computer, print it and the sign it at the end.
  • Two identical photos. The photos should be of passport format – a recent whole-face capture with a light background. See photograph requirements & specifications.
  • Your valid passport. It should contain at least two blank pages in order to be able to affix the visa sticker. Check the validity of your passport before you apply, since it must be valid for at least 3 months beyond the date you exit the Schengen territory. It must be no older than 10 years, as well.
  • Copies of your previous visas (if applicable).
  • Poland Travel Health Insurance. You are required to submit a document, which confirms that you have purchased travel insurance for Poland and the whole territory of Schengen, with a minimum of €30,000 coverage for medical emergencies, and repatriation in case of death.
  • Round-trip Flight Itinerary. Evidence you have a booked flight, to enter and leave Poland. This document should specify flight numbers, dates, and your details.
  • Proof of accommodation. A document that shows where you will stay in Poland I.e. a hotel reservation.
  • Proof of sufficient financial means for the period of stay in Poland. The Polish embassy/consulate wants you to prove that you have a minimum of 300 PLN or 67.76€ per 3-day stays. And an amount of at least 100 PLN or 22.59€ per each day of stay, if your trip is longer that three days. If the accommodation costs are covered by a third party or prior to travel, the daily amount reduces to 20 PLN or 4.52€
  • A cover letter. A personal letter in which you explain why you are applying to visit Poland, how long you plan to stay, when will you leave and other details.
  • Proof of civil status. This could be a marriage certificate, birth certificate of children, death certificate of spouse, etc.

The above information is just for your reference. For more deatiled infromation, please consult your local embassy.