Poland is rapidly emerging as one of the most sought after medical tourism destinations in the world. Located in Europe, Poland offers tourists from countries like the UK, the USA, the Scandinavian nations and other European nations the opportunity to receive quality healthcare services at affordable costs.
The government of Poland requires that all travelers to Poland possess a valid visa and active passport. Here is a look at the visa requirements to enter Poland.
- Travelers need to apply for a C-type Schengen visa to enter Poland for less than 90 days. If you intend to visit only Poland, you will be granted a limited territorial visa.
- Staying in Poland for more than 90 days requires a National D-type visa.
- Some countries are exempt from the requirement of visa to enter Poland for a period of up to 90 days. These include Australia, Austria, Barbados, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, Costa Rica, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Mexico, New Zealand, Singapore, UK, and USA.
There is no specific medical tourist visa, but medical travellers can easily access healthcare through the Schengen visa.
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