Poland is an EU country located in the Central Europe. It is divided in 16 administrative subdivisions and has an area of 312,683 km2. Home to 38,224,410 residents, the country shares border land with Germany, Russia, Lithuania, Ukraine, Slovakia, the Czech Republic, and Belarus.
Its most famous and visited cities are Warsaw, the medieval town of Malbork, Lublin, Torun, Krakow and Poznan. Poland is also known for the Tatra National Park and the Bialowieza Forest. Figures show that most of visitors are from Germany, followed by Britons and Russians.
In 2017, Poland received 823,101 visa applications, what makes it the seventh country with most applications received. The country signed the agreement on 16 April 2003 and started its implementation in the late 2007.