I am planning to bring an airpod that I bought in Finland to Poland for a friend as a gift. I have the bill and also the packaging is still intact. My question is Do I need to declare or pay any customs at the Poland Airport? I tried to find this exact info, but unfortunately couldn't find any.

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No, since Finland and Poland are both in the EU single market / customs union and there are no customs duties between members.

You can use the blue channel on arriving in Poland, signifying to customs that you arrived from a EU country, as opposed to green/red when arriving from outside the customs union.


In general, you don't declare items on the customs, even if you travel from outside the EU, provided that

  • the import is occasional in nature and non-commercial (you don't intend to sell the items)
  • the items are not restricted or banned for imports (artwork of historical value, drugs, guns, etc.)
  • the total value of your imported items is within the allowance (which is 430 euro per traveler for Poland)
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    Just to clarify, it’s the total value of the items which counts, not the value of each.
    – jcaron
    Commented Nov 3, 2021 at 12:33
  • @jcaron Exactly. I already said "items", not "item", but I'll add "total" to clarify. Commented Nov 3, 2021 at 12:46
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    This is correct but very confusing as an answer to a question about travel between Finland and Poland. Even if another answer already covers it, you should also address intra-EU travel and do a better job of distinguishing the two. Incidentally, €430 has nothing at all to do with Poland, it's an EU-wide threshold and only applies when flying (not by land).
    – Relaxed
    Commented Nov 3, 2021 at 14:58

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