Checking-in at the camping
Information on personal documents: there is a strict obligation in place to record data!
Under current legislation, since September 2021, providers of accommodation have been required to record data. In practice, this means that you must present your personal documents when you arrive at the camping. You must have an identity card and an address card, but a driving license or passport can also be considered a travel document.
Remember that the rule applies to all guests and not only at the camping, but at every single accommodation! Presentation of the documents will be required even if you have already provided the necessary personal data when booking online.
In accordance with the current legislation in force, no accommodation, including our camping, can accept a guest who is unable to present his or her personal ID with a photo.
Children under the age of 18 must also have a valid identity card
In accordance with the current domestic travel and accommodation legislation, children under the age of 18 must also have a valid ID. Important: please note that a student ID card is not sufficient.
The rule applies to children of all ages, so even small babies need to have the right documents. Before you go camping, make sure to check the validity of your travel documents in order to have a vacation without any worries!
Check-in for children under 14 years
Children under 14 do not have to present their ID. Their details can be provided by their parent or guardian.
Temporary regulations affecting accommodation services
Section 28 – For guests under the age of 14, hosts can also record the personal details specified in Section 9/H Paragraph (1) Clause a) of Act CLVI (2016) (the Tourism Development Act) as provided by the parent or guardian of the guest in question. Contrary to the provisions of Section 9/H Paragraph (2) of Act CLVI (2016) (the Tourism Development Act), guests under the age of 14 do not have to present identification documents until 31 December 2022, and contrary to the provisions of Section 9/H Paragraph (1) Clause b) of Act CLVI (2016) (the Tourism Development Act), the details of the identification documents do not have to be recorded.
Before you go to the camping
What kind of documents may be needed for a domestic holiday, what is considered a travel document?
To check in at an accommodation, a travel document is absolutely necessary! Remember that children under the age of 18 must also have an ID card. It is essential that the document presented as a travel document must be valid.
The following are considered a travel document:
- an ID card with a photo,
- or your driving licence,
- or your passport.
Even though it is not mandatory, in order to keep your journey free of worries, it is worth keeping all your important documents with you at all times. The Social Security card simplifies your situation if you need unexpected medical help during the holidays, while it is also worth checking whether you have the children’s student ID card with you, as at many places, in order to get a student’s discount, children must to present a valid student ID card.
What is VIZA system?
Information about the Guest Information Closed Database (VIZA)
VIZA is an acronym meaning Guest Information Closed Database. According to the regulations, all accommodation providers are obliged to record the guests’ documents by a digital document reader. This is similar to the National Tourist Information Centre (NTAK) database. This is why it is very important to check before you travel that all guests going to the camping have valid documents and can present them on site. Unfortunately, in the absence of this, it is not possible to use any accommodation and it is not enough to provide the details of the document.
Arrival at the camping
Check-in and document identification will take place at the reception, immediately upon arrival, before you start your holiday. You will need to get your documents scenned, which will take just a couple of minutes.
The reception is open 24/7 from 1 June to 30 September!
Checklist: Make sure you check the following before you leave to make your holiday unforgettable!
- Check the existence and validity of travel documents. (Valid ID with a photo or passport or driving license)
- Check the children’s documents (valid ID with a photo or passport)
- Check the necessary equipment (other documents, e.g.: social security card, student card, bank cards (if you have one), cash, personal equipment, medicines, camping equipment)