Most EU countries no longer impose travel restrictions on Belgian tourists. This means that we can go undisturbed Bulgaria, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Croatia, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Austria, Poland, Romania, Slovenia, Slovakia, Czech Republic And the Sweden can travel.
Popular destinations like Great Britain, Iceland, Malta, Norway And the Switzerland We are welcome back with open arms and without the need for mandatory exams. Unfortunately, this is not the case everywhere yet.
take now Germany, where the rules dare to differ from state to state. Every passenger 12 years of age or older must be able to present a valid Corona Certificate. Have you been vaccinated? Then the last vaccination must have been at least 14 days old. The last vaccination should not have been more than 9 months ago. If the last vaccination is older, you are fully vaccinated if you had 3 vaccinations.
France It is still one of the countries that still requires travelers to follow the rules for arriving in Corona before the summer holidays. Everyone over 12 years old must show a sanitation card there. It has not yet been decided whether this will continue to apply during the summer holidays.
also Portugal It will continue to apply the Covid-19 access rules for the time being. Anyone 12 years of age or older must show evidence of vaccination, cure, or testing. The passenger locator form is no longer necessary.
Spain I recently decided to extend the Corona digital certification for one month, until at least June 15. Everyone 12 years of age or older traveling to Spain must present a certificate of vaccination, test or refund.
You can also travel to Spain with a negative PCR test result (maximum 72 hours before arrival) or antigen test (maximum 24 hours before arrival). Evidence of redemption must be minimum 11 days in advance and 180 days maximum.
It may not be an EU country, but it is very popular among European tourists. turkey It still requires a digital corona certificate. The lifetime of a negative PCR test can be up to 72 hours upon arrival in Turkey, while a negative antigen test can be up to 48 hours. Proof of redemption must not be older than 6 months.
Please note: By the official start of the summer holidays, some countries may change the applicable rules. For example, you should be able to submit a digital corona certificate today if you go to Cyprus travels, but that will be gone from 1 June.