Immerse in the Tranquillity of Poland with Our Safety Net

After working hard throughout the year, you deserve a long family vacation; don't let the unpredictable ruin it. Stay smart and protect yourself from any unforeseen event with ICICI Lombard's Overseas Travel Insurance, which offers pre-approved plans for Schengen countries.

With different plans for different needs depending on the frequency of your trips, destination, etc., we ensure you are thoroughly covered. What’s more, we cover you from emergency hospitalisation expenses that can be overwhelmingly high in Schengen countries, especially Poland.

Travel insurance is mandatory visa requirement if you are travelling to Poland. ICICI Lombard International Travel Insurance is Schengen-approved.

Harbour-side history, reconstructed cities and tranquilising nature are some of the reasons people fall in love with Poland. One of the greatest examples of post-war reconstruction, its cities present a fascinating collection of landmarks and neighbourhoods. Excellent hospitality of the locals along with unique beverages to complement the tranquillity of nature, you can't ask for anything better on a getaway.

The southern border of Poland is home to the Carpathian Mountains, which is Europe's second largest mountain range after the Alps. Providing a stark contrast to the mountainous landscape are white sandy beaches and seaside towns on the Baltic coast, which are tucked away in a 19th century world.

Visit Poland with ICICI Lombard's Travel Insurance plan and get lost in towns and monuments that survived the World War II (WWII) and beautiful sandy beaches alongside the Baltic Sea.

Benefits of Travel Insurance in Poland

ICICI Lombard's Travel Insurance for Schengen countries offers complete protection from any unforeseen situation during your trip to any Schengen country. Travel Poland with our travel insurance that covers:

Pre-approved Plan for Schengen Countries

Pre-approved Plan for Schengen Countries

Baggage Delay or Loss

Baggage Delay or Loss

Trip Delay or Cancellation

Trip Delay or Cancellation

Medical Expenses

Medical Expenses

Emergency Medical Assistance and Evacuation

Emergency Medical Assistance and Evacuation

Passport Loss

Passport Loss


Accidental Death

Things to Do in Poland

The cities of Poland, reconstructed after the WWII, reflect modern urbaneness. Beyond the urban centres are forests, mountains and beaches to explore. From Warsaw to Gdansk, from Carpathians to Baltic Sea, here are the top things to do in Poland:

  • Sailing

    North-eastern Poland is home to various interlinked rivers and lakes. During spring, boaters from all around the country sail in Lake Sniardwy or Lake Niegocin or across the Krutynia River. The towns of Gizycko and Mikolajki are flocked with tourists and locals during spring.

  • Carousing

    Although cities like Poznan, Warsaw and Wroclaw are renowned as the country's clubbing capitals, but there is nothing like the Kazimierz district in Krakow to beat this sport. The city was devastated and neglected after WWII but a surge in bars, clubs and cafes have repopulated and transformed the city into a lively one.

  • National Parks

    The Bialowieza National Park is home to the European Bison, a species that supposedly became extinct in 1919. The park is also Europe's largest original old growth forest. The trees have been undisturbed for centuries. There are also several other national parks that are worth visiting in Poland.

  • Skiing, Hiking or Biking in the Carpathian Mountains

    In south Poland across the Polish borders of Germany and Ukraine, the Carpathians stand tall. The Karkonosze range is ideal for biking, Zakopane for skiing and Bieszczady for hiking.

  • Mesmerising Gdansk

    Gdansk is one of the most beautiful seaports that you will witness in your life. A link for Poland and rest of the world in middle ages, it was also the centre of Poland's anti-communist movement, the tales of which are still told in the European Solidarity Centre.

  • Witness Auschwitz-Birkenau

    German army in WWII turned Poland into a heinous genocide ground where thousands of Jews and other groups were killed mercilessly. The extermination camp at Auschwitz-Birkenau was later converted into a museum and then a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Most of the camp has been preserved as it was during the war and offers an insight into the tragic history of Poland.

  • Museums in the Capital

    Warsaw is home to the best museums in Poland. The Warsaw Rising Museum has been surprising visitors for a few years now with its sound, light and portrayal of city's uprising against the Germans during WWII. The Museum of the History of Polish Jews is equally mesmerising and an entertaining journey through time.

Embassy Information

You can always reach out to the Indian Embassy in Poland in case of an emergency including loss of passport, natural disaster, political upheaval or other emergencies. The details of the Indian embassy are:

Embassy / Consulates Address Contact Details Working Hours Website / Email
Embassy of India Myśliwiecka 2, Warszawa, Poland +48 22 540 00 00 Monday–Friday (9:00 AM–5:30 PM)
Saturday - Closed
Sunday - Closed

List of International Airports in Poland

Name City
Warsaw Chopin Airport Warsaw

Visa Procedure

To apply for a Schengen or Poland Visa, you need to fill and submit the visa application form. The form is available on the official website of Poland embassy in India

For further queries on visa in Schengen area, you can refer the above-mentioned website of Polish embassy in India. You can also reach out to the Polish Embassy or Consulates in case of an emergency, the details of which are:

Embassy / Consulate Address Contact Details Working Hours Website
The Embassy of the Republic of Poland 50-M Shantipath, Chanakyapuri, New Delhi, Delhi 110021 011 4149 6900 (Monday–Friday) (08:15 AM–04:15 PM)
Saturday - Closed
Sunday - Closed
Consulate General of the Republic of Poland Nirmal Building, 11A, 11th Floor, 241/242 Backbay Reclamation, Nariman Point, Mumbai 400021 22 2285 2631/41 -

List of Well-known Indian Restaurants in Poland

With a ‘Little India’ in Warsaw, the Indian settlements scattered across Warsaw, Lodz and Pabianice have led to popularisation of the Indian cuisine. Warsaw alone has 22 Indian restaurants and 20 other throughout Poland. Here are a few of them that you must try on your next visit to Poland:

Restaurant Cuisines Budget*
Mr India - Restauracja Indyjska, Warsaw Indian, Asian ` 1,100 – 1,400
Bombay Masala, Warsaw Indian, Asian ` 1,200 – 1,500
Restauracja Indyjska Masala House, Katowice Indian ` 1,200 – 1,600
Taj India, Poznan Indian ` 1,000 – 1,400
Hot Chili, Krakow Indian ` 900 – 1,200
Source: Google Maps, Trip Advisor& Restaurants official websites
*Rates are merely indicative and are subject to change based on change in conversion rates

Customer Reviews


Smita Bhatt

While buying an international travel insurance plan online, the ICICI Lombard executive provided me proper guidance, support and information that helped me to take an informed decision for my travel plan. I travelled to Poland last year. Although I didn't claim anything, yet the ease of buying and assistance offered by ICICI Lombard is worth appreciating.


Mr & Mrs. Shukla

We wanted to relocate to Gdansk for a couple of years, so we wanted to spend a month there before making the final call. ICICI Lombard's response was quick and the executive listened to our queries patiently and answered our questions professionally. The rates quoted were also very competitive and adaptable to our situation.


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