Send a parcel to Poland

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Sending a parcel to Poland from the UK

Poland and the UK have a number of close trading links, so it’s no surprise that it’s one of the most popular destinations we deliver to.

So, whether you’re sending something you’ve sold to someone in Krakow or a birthday gift to family back in Warsaw, our Couriers are on hand to make sure the delivery goes smoothly.

We also deliver all over Europe as well. Whether to Germany, Spain, or Ireland, if you need a parcel to reach someone, our Couriers will get it there.

How much does it cost to send a parcel from the UK to Poland?

When you send a parcel from the UK to Poland with Evri, we’ll always aim to get your parcel in the hands of its recipient as soon as we can, all while offering you a competitive price. We’ll deliver any parcels weighing up to 15kg and we calculate our prices per 250g. This means that, if you enter the exact weight of your parcel when booking, we’ll be able to save you money by offering you an accurate price. You can look at our prices below:

Parcel size Prices from
Parcel size 250g Prices from £7.51
Parcel size 500g Prices from £8.59
Parcel size 1kg Prices from £10.04
Parcel size 2kg Prices from £12.08
Parcel size 5kg+ Prices from £16.66

Scheduled Polish public holidays

Our Evri Couriers will always aim to get your parcel to its destination as soon as possible. Of course, Poland is also home to various national holidays, which may slow your parcel’s delivery time:

  • New Year’s Day – 01/01/2024
  • Three Kings Day – 06/01/2024
  • Easter Sunday – 09/04/2024
  • Easter Monday – 10/04/2024
  • Labour Day – 01/05/2024
  • Constitution Day – 03/05/2024
  • Corpus Christi – 08/06/2024
  • Assumption Day – 15/08/2024
  • All Saints’ Day – 01/11/2024
  • Independence Day – 11/11/2024
  • Christmas Day – 25/12/2024
  • St. Stephen’s Day – 26/12/2024

How to send parcels to Poland

You can choose from three options when you need to post to Poland from the UK:

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Book your delivery online and then print your label off at home or in-store before leaving it with our staff. And if you don’t have a printer, that’s not a problem. You can print your postage label in-store with our Print in ParcelShop devices.

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You can book a spot in your nearest Evri Locker for a quick delivery. Once you drop it off, one of our Couriers will get it to where it needs to go.

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You can have all your parcels picked up directly from your door with our Courier service. Simply use our website or app to book a time slot that’s best for you and we’ll do the rest.

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Sending multiple parcels to Poland

If you're running an international business, or you just have plenty of gifts to send, you can make sending multiple parcels quicker and easier thanks to our Bulk Integration tool:

  1. Link your Evri account with your marketplace seller’s account or upload your parcels using a CSV file
  2. Book your parcels in one go
  3. Package up your items and print off your postage label at home or instore
  4. Send your parcels using any of our 14,000+ ParcelShops and Lockers or book a Courier Collection

Why send internationally with Evri?

Much like our local delivery service, you get access to a range of sending benefits when you choose to have you parcel delivered with Evri:

What you can and can’t send to Poland

When you use Evri to send a parcel to Poland, there are certain things our Couriers won’t be able to deliver. For full details on the items you can’t send with Evri, check out our prohibited items list.

You should also have a look at the IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations and UK Civil Aviation Authority guides to keep up to date with the latest restrictions for sending parcels via airlines.

What is the address format for postage to Poland?

When writing out a Polish address for your parcels you’ll need to match the following layout:

  • The recipient’s name
  • The street name followed by the house or flat number
  • The 5-digit postcode (with a dash between the first 2 digits and the last 3) and the city
  • POLAND written on the last line

For example:

Mr J. Bloggs

Ul. Bosmanska 28

28-567 Warsaw


Fortunately, as long as you have the address information above, our automated address tool will do all the work for you and produce a label for your parcel in the right format.

FAQs about shipping from the UK to Poland

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