Poland travel Visa requirements for Tunisian citizens

Travel and visa requirements

Basic Travel Requirements for Tunisia citizens visiting Poland

Travelers are required to fulfill the following requirements in order to apply for a Polish Visa.


  • Original Tunisia passport that is valid for at least 6 months after the intended period of stay in Poland.
  • Passport must have at least one blank page for visa stamp.
  • Poland application form that is completely filled and signed.
  • One recent passport photograph with a white background.
  • Copies of tickets or confirmed travel itinerary showing entry and exit date.
  • Copies of most recent bank statement showing proof of financial means.
  • Copies of confirmed hotel reservation as proof of accommodation in Poland.
  • Receipt showing that application form has been paid.
  • Record of good character signed by the local police department in Tunisia is required.
  • Certificate of yellow fever vaccination is to be submitted by applicants.
  • All application and supporting documents must be in English Language or Dutch.
  • Processing time to get a Poland visa is 14 working days.
  • Pets must be accompanied by a veterinary certificate issued by a registered veterinarian from Tunisia.
  • Children under 18 years of age must have a valid passport and letter of parental consent.

Poland Visa for Tunisia citizens

Facts about Poland


Poland, officially the Republic of Poland, is a country located in Central Europe. It is divided into 16 administrative subdivisions, covering an area of 312,696 square kilometers, and has a largely temperate seasonal climate.

Types of Poland Visa


Types of Visa Processing Time Duration of Stay
Tourist visa 14 business days 30 days
Business visa 14 business days 30 days

General Requirements for Poland Visa


  • Original Tunisia passport that is valid for at least 6 months after the intended period of stay in Poland.
  • Passport must have at least one blank page for visa stamp.
  • Poland application form that is completely filled and signed.
  • One recent passport photograph with a white background.
  • Copies of tickets or confirmed travel itinerary showing entry and exit date.
  • Copies of most recent bank statement showing proof of financial means.
  • Copies of confirmed hotel reservation as proof of accommodation in Poland.
  • Receipt showing that application form has been paid.
  • Record of good character signed by the local police department in Tunisia is required.
  • Certificate of yellow fever vaccination is to be submitted by applicants.
  • All application and supporting documents must be in English Language or Dutch.
  • Processing time to get a Poland visa is 14 working days.
  • Pets must be accompanied by a veterinary certificate issued by a registered veterinarian from Tunisia.
  • Children under 18 years of age must have a valid passport and letter of parental consent.

Poland Visa Fees


Visa Type

Sub Types

Visa Fees

Tourist visa

60.00 (USD)

Business visa

60.00 (USD)

Poland Visa Application Centres & Embassies in Tunisia


Location

Address

Tunis

5, Impasse No 1 Rue de Cordoue 2092 El Manar I Tunis Tunisia

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ambassadepologne@email.ati.tn

(+216) 71 873 837

Frequently Asked Questions


Is Poland a safe country to visit?
Poland is a very safe country. It is ranked 17 out of 162 of the safest and most dangerous countries. However, SafeAround recommends to be vigilant and don't leave belongings unattended. Use common sense while your stay in Poland as you would be in any other European country.


What is the most widely spoken language in Poland?

Polish is the most widely-spoken West Slavic language and the second most-spoken Slavic language after Russian. 97% of Polish citizens speak Polish as their mother tongue, making Poland the most linguistically homogeneous country in Europe.


What vaccination do I need for Poland's visa?

Poland doesn't require any vaccination of international travellers, but the World Health Organisation (WHO) recommends travellers be covered for diphtheria, tetanus, measles, mumps, rubella and polio, regardless of their destination.