Poland Visa for Bulgarian citizens in 2024

Poland Visa for Bulgarian citizens in 2024

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Poland tourist visa for Bulgarian citizens

Bulgarian citizens do not need a tourist visa when travelling to Poland. Applicants are required to be present when applying for the Poland Visa free. This tourist visa typically allows a short term stay. The Poland Visa free must be used within 90 days of issuance. A total of 5 documents are required to apply for the Poland Visa free. Poland Visa free is free for Bulgarian citizens. Find out more about Poland visa exemptions and special conditions.

Poland tourist visa conditions for Bulgarian citizens

Bulgarian citizens have freedom of movement across Poland.
Visa applicant
Visa validity
90 days
Visa term
Short term

Schengen ETIAS

European Travel Information and Authorisation System or ETIAS is an electronic authorisation system of the European Union for visa-exempt visitors travelling to the European Union or the Schengen Area which is expected to enter into operation at in 2024.

Poland tourist visa requirements for Bulgarian citizens

Documents required for Poland Schengen from Bulgaria include passport and other supporting documents. A total of 5 documents are required.
  • Visa Application Form
    Completed application form for Poland, ensure all sections are filled out accurately and legibly, incomplete or incorrect forms may result in delays or denial of your visa application, double-check for any errors before submission.
  • Travel Insurance
    Proof of travel insurance for Poland with the certificate of insurance and the table of benefits, you can also provide a letter from the bank confirming that you have insurance with them along with a copy of the credit card and the table of benefits, this document ensures you have adequate travel and medical coverage during your stay.
  • Travel Proof
    A round-trip flight reservation for Poland, this should include details of your departure and return flights, with confirmed booking references, this helps verify your travel plans and intended stay duration.
  • Passport
    Original passport or travel document of Bulgaria with at least 6 months remaining validity on the date of travel and at least 2 visa pages clear of any markings, the passport should be in good condition without any damage that could render it invalid.
  • Proof of Funds
    Proof of enough money for your stay and to leave Poland, such as personal bank statements, pay slips from your employer, or tax records, these documents help verify that you have sufficient funds to support yourself during your stay and for your return journey.

How to apply for Poland tourist visa from Bulgaria

Poland Visa free application process for Bulgarian citizens is quick and easy, as long as the necessary documents and information are provided accurately. By following these 4 steps, Bulgaria citizens can ensure a smooth and hassle-free process in obtaining an Poland tourist visa.
  1. 1
    Valid passport
    Check your Bulgaria passport is valid with at least 6 months of validity beyond your intended stay in Poland, if not, apply for a new Bulgaria passport, the passport must also have at least one blank page for visa stamps.
  2. 2
    Upon arrival in Poland, go to the immigration counter to begin the immigration clearance process, make sure you have all the required documents ready.
  3. 3
    Fill application form
    You will need to fill out a visa application form, which is available at the immigration counter, this form requires personal information, passport details, and intended travel plans to Poland, make sure to fill out the form accurately and completely.
  4. 4
    Recieve visa
    If your application is approved, you will receive your Poland visa via email, once you receive your visa, download and print the e-visa and carry it with you when traveling to Poland.

Poland Visa Exemption

Find out more about Poland visa exemptions and special conditions.
    Eligible Countries:
    All Countries
Visa stay
90 days

Poland Embassies in Bulgaria

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Frequently asked questions

No, Poland visa is not required for Bulgaria citizens. Bulgaria passport holders do not need to apply for a visa.

Yes, Bulgaria citizens can travel to Poland, visa is not required.

The visa is valid for a period of 90 days

Bulgaria citizens do not need a tourist visa when travelling to Poland.

No, A valid passport is required for entry and exit to Poland. Bulgaria citizen also need at least 6 months validity in their passports.

Bulgaria citizens who meet the eligibility requirements specified by the Poland government are eligible to apply for a Poland Visa free. The requirements include having a valid Bulgaria passport with a minimum validity of 6 months, being free of any criminal record, and the of visit should be tourism or visiting friends or family

No, Poland Visa free is not valid for work purposes. Bulgaria citizen wishing to work in Poland will need to apply for a work visa.

Overstaying a visa in Poland can result in fines, penalties, and potentially being banned from entering Poland in the future. It is important to comply with the length of stay specified with Visa free and leave the country within the allotted time.

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