CUSTOMS ALLOWANCES FOR TRAVELLERS
|Article||Within EU||Outside EU|
|Cigarettes||800 items||200 items|
|Cigars||200 items||50 items|
|Cigarillos||400 items||100 items|
|Smoking tobacco||1 kg||250 g|
|Alcoholic beverages (22% and more)||10 litres||1 liter|
|Wines||90 litres||4 litres|
|Beers||110 litres||16 litres|
|Perfumes||No limits||250 ml|
|Drugs||No limits||For personal use only|
These regulations do not apply for passengers under 17 years old. Such passengers are not allow to carrying any amount of tobacco or alcohol.
EU citizens traveling from one EU country to another can not do duty free shopping in duty-free shops.
Carriage of cash
As from 15 June 2007, travellers entering or leaving the EU and carrying €10 000 or more in cash (or its equivalent in other currencies or easily convertible assets such as cheques drawn on a third party) have to make a declaration to the customs authorities.
Contact customs authorities:
Urząd Celny w Bydgoszczy
Ul. Deszczowa 65
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