Safe culinary experience in Warsaw

Pierogi & More is definitely a 100% safe culinary experience in Warsaw. It fully complies to the covid-19 safety regulations. During the workshop you will be preparing and eating your OWN food in SMALL groups.

Moreover, we have implemented numerous cooking class safety measures.

Stringent Cleaning – First, we disinfect surfaces between each group of the cooking class. We encourage you to use hand sanitizer (provided).

Social Distancing – Secondly, guests will stay at a safe 6-foot/2 m distance during all points of the cooking class. Both during making and eating dumplings.

Other safety measures – Finally, we also ensure that the host will be wearing the PPE.

If you want to learn more about the Tripadvisor Covid-19 safety regulations, click here.

You are therefore safe to take part in this culinary experience in Warsaw. Check the schedule of classes here.

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Poland (after get your guide)

First, Can I travel to Poland?
The government lifted the restrictions for the European citizens on June 13, allowing them to enter the country without quarantine. As a result, The flights to/from EU countries have started resuming. You are therefore safe to take part in this culinary experience in Warsaw.

Secondly, Can I travel domestically in Poland?
Yes, you can do domestic travel.

What are the restrictions on restaurants, bars and sightseeing in Poland?
Hair salons and barbershops are available with a prior appointment and other safety regulations. Moreover, restaurants, bars, and coffee shops are available with safety precautions, but no occupancy restrictions. Hotels are available. Some museums, art galleries, libraries, and cinemas are now open. Lastly, gatherings up to 150 people are permitted.

At last, Can I leave Poland?
Yes, there are no restrictions for leaving the country.

Then, If I travel to Poland, will I need to quarantine?
No, since June 13 there are no quarantine restrictions for EU citizens.

Are there any changes planned for the summer vacation in Poland?
No further plans have been announced.

Can I return to Poland without quarantine?
Yes, if coming from an European country.

Last but not least, Can I bring relatives to visit me in Poland?
Yes, any European citizens may come without restrictions.