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Where can I travel in Europe this summer? A complete list of COVID-19 restrictions

With restrictions across Europe changing every week, we round up where you can travel this summer.
With restrictions across Europe changing every week, we round up where you can travel this summer.   -   Copyright  Canva
By Euronews Travel

Many countries have travel restrictions in place in a bid to control the spread of COVID-19.

The latest big changes include:

  • Many European countries are introducing 'green passes' to control who can enter indoor venues, such as restaurants. Full details here.

  • England, Scotland and Northern Ireland have been added to Denmark's red list. Fully vaccinated Welsh residents may still enter Denmark with a valid reason.

  • Arrivals to the UK from France must self-isolate for 10 days - whether they have received both vaccines or not.

  • After adding 15 new countries and territories to its quarantine-free travel list, the UK has placed the Balearics back on its amber list from 19 July: read more.

  • From 2nd August, fully-vaccinated arrivals from the EU and US will no longer have quarantine in the UK. However quarantine remains in place for the French. Read more.

  • The EU Digital COVID Certificate is now being used across Europe (EUDCC).

  • The EU has added the US among others to a list that recommends countries that may be able to travel to the continent.

  • This article is updated regularly.

Here's a summary of the travel restrictions being enforced across Europe and beyond:

Albania

  • Measures to contain COVID-19 remain in effect, including midnight curfews and limited social gatherings.

  • All land borders are now open.

  • British travellers entering Greece via Albania are required to enter two specific borders: Kakavia and Qafë-Botë.

  • A negative PCR test and proof of vaccination taken less than 72 hours before arrival is required for all foreign nationals.

More information here.

Andorra

  • Access to Andorra requires passing through either Spain or France, so check their travel restrictions too before planning your trip.
  • The state of Andorra remains under strict travel restrictions with officials advising against all but essential travel. Travel for tourism is currently on hold.
  • Safety measures include restrictions around leisure, culture, sport and skiing.
  • Travellers who intend to stay in Andorra for more than three nights need to present a negative PCR test result.

More information here.

Austria

  • Connected to the EU Digital Covid Certificate (EUDCC), which allows restriction free travel across all EU and EEA countries following proof of vaccination and a negative COVID test.
  • Hotels, restaurants, and leisure facilities are now open for summer tourism.
  • A landing ban for flights from South Africa, India, Brazil, and the UK has been lifted, but each country has been added to Virus Variant Area list.

  • Visitors from these countries need to register for pre-travel clearance and will be required to quarantine for 10 days if not vaccinated or negatively tested.

  • Entry to all indoor public spaces requires either a negative COVID test or proof of vaccination.

  • Further easing of restrictions on 1 July were delayed, including no masks in restaurants and hotels, reopening of clubs and no more capacity limits on events.

More information here.

Belarus

  • All public spaces and tourist destinations are open with no restrictions in place.

  • Commercial flights to Belarus are back in the air following a brief closure earlier this year.

  • Flights from the UK are back in action after temporary suspension due to the alleged hijacking of a Ryanair flight.

  • All foreign arrivals must have proof of a negative PCR test issued no later than 72 hours before entry.

  • Masks are required in indoor spaces.

More information here.

Belgium

  • Connected to the EU Digital Covid Certificate (EUDCC), which allows restriction free travel across all EU and EEA countries following proof of vaccination and a negative COVID test.

  • Everyone entering the country must fill in a Passenger Locator Form (PLF) 48 hours before arrival.

  • Travel to Belgium from the UK is banned due to the spread of the Delta variant with the exception of Belgian nationals and residents.

  • Bars and restaurants in Belgium have reopened.

  • Destinations have been split into colour-coded zones, similar to the system in France and the UK.

  • Fully vaccinated arrivals from outside of Europe need to take a PCR test and quarantine in Belgium until presented with a negative result.

  • Different PCR arrangements apply to arrivals from high risk areas, who are expected to quarantine for 10 days.

  • Children will be granted two free PCR tests to encourage family travel.

  • Masks are no longer required in outdoor spaces but remain compulsory in indoor spaces such shops and places of worship.

More information here.

Bosnia and Herzegovina

  • Bosnia and Herzegovina are open to tourists as long as they can present a negative PCR result, issued no less than 48 hours before travel, or proof of vaccination more than two weeks old.
  • Only nationals from neighbours Croatia, Montenegro and Serbia can enter the country without these.
  • Grocery stores, pharmacies, restaurants, and cafes are open, along with most other businesses, but a curfew is in place between 11pm and 5am.

  • People must wear masks in outdoor and indoor public spaces and on public transport.

The Bosnia and Herzegovina border police are publishing regular updates about foreign travel here.

Bulgaria

  • Connected to the EU Digital Covid Certificate (EUDCC), which allows restriction free travel across all EU and EEA countries following proof of vaccination and a negative COVID test.
  • A negative COVID-19 PCR test taken no more than 72 hours before travel is necessary for entry.
  • People travelling from India, Bangladesh, Brazil, Bhutan, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Maldives Islands, Pakistan and some countries and territories in Africa are prohibited from arriving into Bulgaria - this is due for review at the end of July.

  • Bulgaria has added the UK to this list in retaliation to the country's loosening of travel restrictions there.

  • There are no restrictions on travel between cities, and police-operated checkpoints have ceased. The leisure and entertainment sector is either on lockdown or operating at reduced capacity.

  • Wearing a face mask is mandatory in all indoor public spaces and all outdoor spaces where it is not possible to maintain a social distance of at least 1.5 metres. Fines of up to €1,000 are in place for failing to comply.

More information here.

Croatia

  • Connected to the EU Digital Covid Certificate (EUDCC), which allows restriction free travel across all EU and EEA countries following proof of vaccination and a negative COVID test.

  • All passengers coming from an EU/EEA country on the 'green list' are allowed into Croatia, as long as they can show a negative PCR test taken 48 hours before departing, or a vaccination certificate showing that at least 14 days have passed since their first or second injection.

  • Failing to provide any of the above documents, travellers have the obligation to isolate themselves for 10 days on arrival in Croatia. this isolation can be shortened by obtaining a negative result in a PCR test or rapid antigenic carried out in Croatia.

  • The government are encouraging people to exercise caution after reports of a number of coronavirus cases associated with visits to bars and nightclubs.

More information here.

Cyprus

  • Connected to the EU Digital Covid Certificate (EUDCC), which allows restriction-free travel across all EU and EEA countries following proof of vaccination and a negative COVID test.
  • The country has a colour-coded system in place, with requirements for travellers depending on their location.
  • A new announcement revealed travellers from Poland and Romania will be exempt from testing and self-isolation requirements when entering the country, moving from the orange to the green list.

  • Arrivals from Croatia and Spain have had the opposite enforced and now require double testing to enter.

  • There are no requirements for a vaccine certificate, but a Cyprus Flight Pass must be obtained in all cases, along with a negative PCR test for orange and red list arrivals.

  • Tourism is open, but there is a curfew in place which restricts movement between 9pm and 5am and face masks are required in all public spaces.

More information here.

Czech Republic

  • Connected to the EU Digital Covid Certificate (EUDCC), which allows restriction free travel across all EU and EEA countries following proof of vaccination and a negative COVID test.
  • Travellers are also required to fill in the Passenger Locator Form and present it upon arrival.
  • They separate countries into five categories with varying entry requirements, the full lists are available here.

More information here.

Denmark

  • On 17 July, Denmark added Northern Ireland, Scotland and England to its red list. Wales is the only UK nation not to be included, meaning fully-vaccinated Welsh residents may still enter Denmark with a 'worthy purpose'.

  • Connected to the EU Digital Covid Certificate (EUDCC), which allows restriction-free travel across all EU and EEA countries following proof of vaccination and a negative COVID test.

  • The country is slowly opening up as they have controlled the virus well. They aim to lift all restrictions by 1 October.

  • Restaurants can serve customers indoors if they have been vaccinated, or can show a negative test result.

  • Masks are not required outdoors, except on public transport during rush hour and for standing passengers.

  • Denmark has updated its list of countries whose residents can enter with no testing or quarantine requirements to include:

Belgium Bulgaria, Cyprus, France, Greece, Italy, Croatia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Poland, Romania, Switzerland, Slovakia, Slovenia, Sweden, Czechia, Germany, and Austria.

More information here.

Estonia

  • Connected to the EU Digital Covid Certificate (EUDCC), which allows restriction free travel across all EU and EEA countries following proof of vaccination and a negative COVID test.
  • A 10-day quarantine period will be applied if you are arriving from an EU/EEA country with an infection rate higher than 150 cases per 100,000 of the population in the last 14 days.
  • Travel documents and medical symptoms are checked at the borders.
  • The government is also looking to waiver restrictions for travellers who have a COVID-19 vaccination certificate.

More information here.

Finland

  • Connected to the EU Digital Covid Certificate (EUDCC), which allows restriction free travel across all EU and EEA countries following proof of vaccination and a negative COVID test.

  • Finnish borders remain closed to non-resident foreign nationals entering the country, with some exemptions for essential travel.

  • A 14-day quarantine period is being enforced, alongside a mandatory health check on arrival, however, this does not apply to countries with a case rate under 25 per 100,000 for example Malta.

More information here.

France

  • Connected to the EU Digital Covid Certificate (EUDCC), which allows restriction-free travel across all EU and EEA countries following proof of vaccination and a negative COVID test.
  • Fully-vaccinated visitors from the United Kingdom and the United States will still be required to produce a negative test result. But they will no longer have to quarantine and non-essential travel will now be allowed.

  • Non-fully vaccinated travellers from the UK will now have to isolate for seven days on arrival.

  • A traffic light system launched on 4 June allowed 36 countries entry into France with proof of a PCR or antigen test taken within the last 72 hours.

  • Countries classed "red" under the French system include Argentina, Chile, South Africa, India, Pakistan, and Turkey.

  • There is no longer be a curfew and mask-wearing will not be compulsory outdoors "except in certain circumstances: when people gather together when they are in a crowded place, in a queue, on a market or in the stands of a stadium,"

More information here.

Germany

  • Connected to the EU Digital Covid Certificate (EUDCC), which allows restriction free travel across all EU and EEA countries following proof of vaccination and a negative COVID test.

  • Travellers entering the country need to fill out a digital registration form before they travel and must have proof of a negative COVID test.

  • Arrivals from other "areas of variant of concern" are expected to head straight home to quarantine domestically for 14 days.

  • These countries include: Botswana, Brazil, Eswatini, India, Lesotho, Mozambique, Malawi, Nepal, Zimbabwe, Zambia, South Africa, Uruguay, Portugal, Russia.

  • Following talks between Angela Merkel and Boris Johnson, Germany will be loosening strict travel restrictions which applied to UK citizens.

Find out more here.

Greece

  • Connected to the EU Digital Covid Certificate (EUDCC), which allows restriction-free travel across all EU and EEA countries following proof of vaccination and a negative COVID test.

  • Greece has officially launched its tourism season, meaning national restrictions have also lessened.

  • There are plans to declare 80 islands - including most of the country's main holiday hotspots - safe by the end of June.

  • Beaches are open but people must socially distance.

  • Restaurants and bars can stay open until midnight. A curfew is in place with all hospitality from 12:30am to 5am.

  • A PCR test, EU Digital Certificate, or proof of vaccination are required for almost all arrivals.

  • All arrivals must fill in a Passenger Locator Form.

More information here.

Hungary

  • Connected to the EU Digital Covid Certificate (EUDCC), which allows restriction free travel across all EU and EEA countries following proof of vaccination and a negative COVID test.

  • As a general rule, only Hungarian citizens have been allowed to enter Hungary since 1 September 2020, however the country has now opened its land borders to neighbouring states.

  • Foreigners travelling on business or to take part in sport or cultural events are allowed to enter Hungary, providing they have two negative COVID-19 tests or quarantine on their arrival.

  • Curfews are no longer in place. Shops and service providers are now open as normal.

  • Hungary has a unilateral agreement with Moldova for test and quarantine free entry

More information here.

Iceland

  • Connected to the EU Digital Covid Certificate (EUDCC), which allows restriction free travel across all EU and EEA countries following proof of vaccination and a negative COVID test.

More information here.

Ireland

  • Connected to the EU Digital Covid Certificate (EUDCC), which allows restriction-free travel across all EU and EEA countries following proof of vaccination and a negative COVID test.

  • All passengers must complete a 14-day mandatory hotel quarantine if you have travelled from any country deemed high risk by the Irish government.

  • Travellers from lower-risk countries quarantining at home can take a free PCR test after 5 days. Quarantine can end if the result comes back negative.

  • People arriving in Ireland without evidence of a negative/‘not-detected’ test result will be committing an offence.

More information here.

Italy

  • Connected to the EU Digital Covid Certificate (EUDCC), which allows restriction-free travel across all EU and EEA countries following proof of vaccination and a negative COVID test.

  • A 'Green Pass' will be needed to enter most indoor venues from 6th August. Full details here.

  • A five-day quarantine is mandatory for visitors from the UK but quarantine has been removed for those from Canada and the United States provided they can prove vaccination.

  • The country is colour coded, with the majority in white zones, meaning outdoor dining is allowed and hotels are open.

  • Mask wearing remains compulsory in public places.

More information here.

Kosovo

  • All but essential travel to and from Kosovo is generally advised against, and the government has announced strict temporary measures to control the virus.
  • A negative PCR test less than 72 hours old is required by all foreign travellers entering Kosovo from countries with a high number of COVID-19 cases.
  • These countries are marked as red or orange on the official ECDC map here.

Latvia

  • Connected to the EU Digital Covid Certificate (EUDCC), which allows restriction-free travel across all EU and EEA countries following proof of vaccination and a negative COVID test.
  • Everyone who intends to enter Latvia is required to complete and submit an electronic form no earlier than 48 hours before entering Latvia.

  • Non-EUDCC arrivals must isolate for 10 days upon arrival in Latvia - even if you test negative.

  • All arrivals must show a negative PCR test performed no more than 72 hours before flying to be allowed to enter Latvia.

More information here.

Liechtenstein

  • Connected to the EU Digital Covid Certificate (EUDCC), which allows restriction-free travel across all EU and EEA countries following proof of vaccination and a negative COVID test.

  • Anybody travelling to Liechtenstein from a ‘high risk’ country must quarantine for 10 days upon arrival.

  • For the most part, the tourism industry is operating and the usual COVID-19 measures such as wearing face masks and social distancing apply in public spaces.

  • Liechtenstein follows Switzerland's travel advice, so information about travel in either country can be found here.

Lithuania

  • Connected to the EU Digital Covid Certificate (EUDCC), which allows restriction-free travel across all EU and EEA countries following proof of vaccination and a negative COVID test.

  • Foreign nationals travelling to Lithuania must complete an online registration form no earlier than 24 hours before they begin their journey.

  • A 10 day quarantine is in place for non-EUDCC arrivals.

  • Borders remain open to EU and EEA citizens but movement within the country is extremely restricted.

  • Anyone arriving in Lithuania will need to present a negative PCR test no older than 48 hours or submit to being tested on arrival at the airport. All travellers are required to then quarantine for 10 days.

More information here.

Luxembourg

  • Connected to the EU Digital Covid Certificate (EUDCC), which allows restriction free travel across all EU and EEA countries following proof of vaccination and a negative COVID test.

  • There is no requirement to quarantine when entering Luxembourg. However, if you do not have evidence of a negative test or submit to a rapid antigen test at the airport (which costs €10), you will need to self-isolate for 14 days or until you can show a negative test.

  • An overnight curfew is in place between 11 pm and 6 am.

More information here.

North Macedonia

  • The borders are open in North Macedonia.

  • Bars, restaurants and cafes are open for business with social distancing and extra hygiene measures in place.

  • Other businesses including shops and hairdressers are open.

More information here.

Malta

  • Connected to the EU Digital Covid Certificate (EUDCC), which allows restriction free travel across all EU and EEA countries following proof of vaccination and a negative COVID test.
  • Malta is still operating by a traffic light system which will determine which restrictions you will be subject to when you arrive.
  • All arrivals from countries not on the green list will be required to present a negative PCR test, no older than 72 hours. Failure to provide a test result may result in testing on arrival.

  • There is no requirement to quarantine when arriving to Malta currently in place.

  • Visitors from the UK to Malta who have not been fully vaccinated will have to quarantine for 14 days.

More information here.

Moldova

  • Moldova is under a state of emergency, during which time bars, restaurants and cafes must close between 10 pm and 7 am.
  • Most hotels are open with no restrictive measures in place.

  • Public events with less than 50 people are allowed, but not near areas with a high risk of infection.

  • Regular updates on travel restrictions, which depend on where you're travelling from, come from the border police website here.

Monaco

  • Monaco is open for tourists and is following the EU traffic light system to determine restrictions for arrivals.
  • Visitors have to present a negative PCR test no more than 72 hours before arrival. In the absence of a negative test, a quarantine will be enforced.

More information here.

Montenegro

  • Evidence of a negative PCR test taken 72 hours prior to travel, proof of recovery from COVID-19 or proof of full vaccination with an EU approved vaccine is needed for entry into Montenegro.
  • Arrivals to Montenegro with none of the above will need to isolate for 14 days.
  • Curfews are still being enforced.

More information here.

Netherlands

  • Connected to the EU Digital Covid Certificate (EUDCC), which allows restriction-free travel across all EU and EEA countries following proof of vaccination and a negative COVID test.

  • The Netherlands is allowing travel for vaccinated tourists from the United States.

  • All arrivals must present a negative PCR test, no older than 72 hours and fill in a health declaration form.

  • Anyone arriving in the Netherlands from highly impacted areas is required to undergo 10 days self-quarantine.

  • No negative test or quarantine period is required for visitors arriving from "safe" countries across the EU, Asia, and Oceania. A full list can be found here.

More information here.

Norway

  • Connected to the EU Digital Covid Certificate (EUDCC), which allows restriction free travel across all EU and EEA countries following proof of vaccination and a negative COVID test.
  • The Norwegian borders are still closed to most territories.
  • All arrivals to Norway will need to provide evidence of a negative PCR test carried out 24 hours prior to travel.
  • Travellers from some European areas with low infection rate are now allowed to enter the country.

  • It is possible to shorten the quarantine period if testing negative on day 7.

  • All travellers to Norway must also have filled out an online registration form prior to arrival.

More information here.

Poland

  • Connected to the EU Digital Covid Certificate (EUDCC), which allows restriction-free travel across all EU and EEA countries following proof of vaccination and a negative COVID test.

  • Borders are open to travellers from the majority of EU/EEA countries.

  • If you cross the border of Poland by plane after July 16, a traveller locator form is required.

  • Poland now allows travellers with a COVID-19 vaccination certificate to enter without the need to quarantine, however all unvaccinated travellers from outside the Schengen area will have to isolate for 10 days.

More information here.

Portugal

  • Connected to the EU Digital Covid Certificate (EUDCC), which allows restriction-free travel across all EU and EEA countries following proof of vaccination and a negative COVID test.

  • Due to the Delta variant, Portugal has reimposed a curfew for most of the country. The curfew is in place from 11pm-5am. Cafes and restaurants have to close their doors at 10:30pm on weekdays and 3:30pm on weekends. Full details here.

  • The UK recently unexpectedly added Portugal to its 'amber list', leaving many British tourists scrambling to get back home, unvaccinated travellers from the UK will have to quarantine in Portugal for 14-days.

  • Madeira is now allowing any passengers who can prove they have been vaccinated or recently recovered from coronavirus to visit as part of a "green travel corridor".

  • Face masks must be worn in public and social distancing and extra hygiene measures are in force in all public settings. Restaurants and event spaces must close at 10:30pm.

  • Similar measures have been adopted in the archipelago regions of Azores and Madeira.

More information here.

Romania

  • Connected to the EU Digital Covid Certificate (EUDCC), which allows restriction-free travel across all EU and EEA countries following proof of vaccination and a negative COVID test.

  • Romania is still using coloured zones to manage who needs to quarantine on arrival - red zone passengers must quarantine for two week regardless of any test results, while yellow zone arrival can provide PCR information.

  • Hotels, guesthouses and other tourist accommodation are open and subject to COVID-19 restrictions.

  • A curfew is in place between 10 pm and 5 am, during which time you will need to prove your reason for travelling.

  • Locals and visitors must wear a mask when in indoor public spaces,

as well as while in crowded outdoor gatherings.

  • Only essential travel is allowed for people coming from non EU/EEA countries, which includes the UK.
  • It is expected that most restrictions will be lifted on August 15.

More information here.

Russia

  • Temporary restrictions on entry and exit via Russia’s borders were enforced at the end of March, they have since been reopened to the UK, Turkey, Finland and Serbia.
  • All arrivals into Russia will be temperature checked and will be required to provide a negative PCR test result upon arrival.

More information about Russia's COVID-19 response here.

San Marino

  • Connected to the EU Digital Covid Certificate (EUDCC), which allows restriction-free travel across all EU and EEA countries following proof of vaccination and a negative COVID test.
  • If you are accessing San Marino through Italy, you’ll need to check Italy’s travel advice before you set off.
  • Restaurants, bars, cafes and other leisure facilities are open with social distancing measures and face mask requirements in place.

You can check the Re-open EU website for more information.

Serbia

  • All arrivals to Serbia must provide a negative PCR test performed no more than 48 hours before departure to be allowed entry. You may also be subject to a 10-day quarantine.
  • The usual COVID-19 safety measures apply once you’re there.
  • Restaurants, cafes and bars are allowed to serve customers in their outdoor spaces, and indoors at reduced capacity, until 10pm.
  • Serbia was recently added to the EU's list of epidemiologically safe third countries.

More information here.

Slovakia

  • Connected to the EU Digital Covid Certificate (EUDCC), which allows restriction free travel across all EU and EEA countries following proof of vaccination and a negative COVID test.
  • They will also need to register their arrival in an online form.

More information here.

Slovenia

  • Connected to the EU Digital Covid Certificate (EUDCC), which allows restriction-free travel across all EU and EEA countries following proof of vaccination and a negative COVID test.
  • A new list of red list countries has been announced as the country adopts a traffic light system. If you’re coming from a 'red list' country, you’ll be asked to quarantine for 10 days when you arrive.
  • COVID-19 restrictions vary between municipalities.

More information here.

Spain

  • Connected to the EU Digital Covid Certificate (EUDCC), which allows restriction free travel across all EU and EEA countries following proof of vaccination and a negative COVID test.

  • Spain has reopened to tourists, providing they can prove they have been vaccinated against COVID-19.

  • Antigen tests are now accepted instead of PCRs for travellers from countries on the list of risk zones - including France and Germany - while no tests are required for low-incidence areas.

  • Non-vaccinated UK travellers must show a PCR test upon arrival.

More information here.

Sweden

  • Connected to the EU Digital Covid Certificate (EUDCC), which allows restriction-free travel across all EU and EEA countries following proof of vaccination and a negative COVID test.

  • UK and non EU/EEA arrivals are no longer banned, with the exception of those who do not have proof of COVID-19 recovery, full vaccination or a negative PCR test from the previous 72 hours.

  • Those from outside the EU are not permitted to enter except for a limited number of countries including New Zealand and Israel.

  • Most of the economy remains open with social distancing, face masks and extra hygiene measures in force.

  • The government has advised Swedish citizens to avoid all but essential travel outside the EU/EEA and Schengen Area.

More information here.

Switzerland

  • Connected to the EU Digital Covid Certificate (EUDCC), which allows restriction-free travel across all EU and EEA countries following proof of vaccination and a negative COVID test.

  • The usual requirements are in place, including negative PCR test results and a completed online entry form.

  • Bars and restaurants have been allowed to reopen for outdoor service and cultural activities can resume.

  • Visiting countries have been divided into three categories: low risk, countries with a worrying variant, and neighbouring countries.

  • Switzerland has a larger permitted list of countries than most European countries. It is updated regularly here.

  • Arrivals who have visited high-risk countries within 10 days of travel will still need to self-isolate.

More information here.

Turkey

  • Most travellers to Turkey aged 6 years and above will be required to show a negative PCR test result before they can enter the country and may be subject to health screening when they arrive.
  • Banned entry for passengers from Bangladesh, Brazil, South Africa, India, Nepal and Sri Lanka.
  • Public and hospitality services are open but subject to curfews from 9pm to 5am.
  • Fully vaccinated permit holders under 18 and over 65 years of age are not subject to these curfews.
  • Smoking in public is banned for the time being.
  • Outdoor mask-wearing is mandatory.

Turkish Airlines have published a country-by-country breakdown of flight restrictions to Turkey.

Ukraine

  • The country is divided into yellow, orange, and red zones, with the view of all turning green through vaccination efforts. All visitors must have health insurance.

  • Strict measures in red zones with zero hospitality and no public events. Other zones allow for hospitality and events with social distancing and a curfew of midnight - 7am.

  • Entry restrictions depend on whether you’re travelling from a ‘green’ or ‘red’ zone country.

  • Anyone entering Ukraine from high-risk countries will be required to undergo 14 days supervised quarantine.

  • It is possible to take a PCR test in Ukraine, and if it is negative, quarantine will not be needed.

More information here.

United Kingdom

  • The UK has added new countries and territories to its green list. Find them all here.

  • Industry experts are pushing for up to 22 more countries to be considered.

  • The UK has updated its travel restrictions to a traffic light system that includes green, amber and red. Travel restrictions vary for each, more information here.

  • There are no longer any legal restrictions for international travel but people are strongly discouraged from travelling to countries on the red/amber list. More information here.

  • All arrivals into the UK must show a negative PCR test, fill in a passenger locator form and quarantine for 10 days.

More information here.

Vatican City

  • Vatican City has reopened its doors to tourists following the easing of Italy's travel restrictions.

More information here.