Traveling during the summer wave: These Corona rules apply in popular holiday countries

Vacation without a mask and minimum distance - after more than two years of pandemic, this is possible again in many countries.

Traveling during the summer wave: These Corona rules apply in popular holiday countries

Vacation without a mask and minimum distance - after more than two years of pandemic, this is possible again in many countries. But a trip completely without Corona rules is still the exception in 2022. In some countries, for example, the 3G rule still or again applies upon arrival. Here you will find the most important rules for popular travel destinations.

air travel

Not everything is the same, especially for air travelers. Because while many countries have abolished the obligation to wear masks on board, it still applies on all domestic German routes and on flights that take off or land in Germany. That means: Anyone flying from Frankfurt to Mallorca or vice versa must wear an FFP2 or medical mask when boarding and disembarking and throughout the flight (exception: when eating and drinking) - regardless of the airline. At German airports, however, there is no obligation to wear mouth and nose protection. However, large airports such as Frankfurt, Cologne, Düsseldorf and Munich continue to recommend this.

3G evidence

In view of the increasing incidences, 3G certificates are required upon entry into some countries. Anyone who cannot show proof of vaccination or recovery in the Azores, France, Kosovo, Malta and Monaco must be able to show a current antigen or PCR test. Theoretically, entry regulations also apply in Belarus (PCR test for the unvaccinated) and Russia (PCR test for the vaccinated and unvaccinated), but due to the war, travel there is almost impossible.

Portugal

In Portugal, the 7-day incidence is now declining again. The 3G rule has been abolished since July 1st, so proof is no longer required upon entry. 3G only applies to the Azores, an archipelago belonging to Portugal. There, unvaccinated people from the age of 12 need an antigen rapid test (max. 24 hours old) or PCR test (max. 72 hours old). In addition, masks are compulsory on public transport for people over the age of 10.

France

When entering the country, the 3G rule applies to holidaymakers aged 12 and over. Proof of recovery is valid for a maximum of six months. Unvaccinated people require a PCR test (max. 72 hours old) or a rapid antigen test (max. 48 hours old). These regulations also apply to a trip to Monaco for visitors aged 16 and over.

In Germany, the digital vaccination certificate that has long been mandatory for visiting events or restaurants is no longer required. The mask requirement has been abolished, including on public transport.

In order to enter Corsica by ferry, in addition to the general requirements for France, either proof of vaccination status or a negative PCR or antigen test (max. 24 hours old) and a corresponding declaration are required. The entry requirements for the individual overseas territories differ from those of France and are different.

Spain

All corona-related entry regulations have been lifted. Vacationers from EU countries no longer need proof of vaccination or a negative corona test. It is also no longer necessary to fill out an entry form. However, checks by the health authorities are possible upon entry.

There is no longer a mask requirement for restaurants, shops and many other indoor public spaces. Mouth and nose protection only has to be worn in public transport, health facilities such as hospitals, health centers, pharmacies and the like. This does not apply to children under the age of six.

Italy

Vacationers can enter without corona-related restrictions. The obligation to provide evidence of recovery, vaccination or a corona test only applies to hospitals and care facilities (the 2G rule applies here).

A minimum distance of one meter from other people is still required. Mouth and nose protection no longer has to be worn in shops, restaurants and so on. However, FFP2 masks are still compulsory on public transport until the end of September.

Netherlands

Almost all corona-related restrictions have been lifted. Vaccination or test certificates are no longer required. The mask requirement in shops, restaurants and local public transport is no longer applicable. Mouth and nose protection is only mandatory at airports and on airplanes.

Greece

Entry is possible without a test or vaccination and via all official border crossings. Hotels and other accommodation are open, as are most attractions. There are no restrictions on access to restaurants, shops and so on.

There is no longer a general obligation to wear masks in publicly accessible indoor spaces, but there is in local public transport and in hospitals, nursing homes and other health facilities - in each case for people aged four and over.

Turkey

The corona rules have largely been lifted in Turkey. Proof of vaccination or a negative corona test are no longer necessary. It is possible that fever will be measured randomly upon arrival at the airport. In the event of an elevated temperature or other corona symptoms, further health examinations can be ordered.

It is recommended to keep a safety distance of three steps to people outside of your own household. Masks are only compulsory in the healthcare sector.

Croatia

Entry is possible without proof of vaccination or test. Also in hotels, restaurants, shops etc. there are no more restrictions.

There is no obligation to wear masks in publicly accessible rooms or on public transport. Mouth and nose protection only has to be worn in medical and nursing facilities.

Bulgaria

There are no longer any restrictions on entry due to the pandemic. No vaccination or test certificates are required. In public, there is no longer an obligation to wear a mouth and nose protector or to observe a minimum of decency, but this is still recommended.

Denmark

There are no longer any restrictions in connection with the corona pandemic. A vaccination certificate or a negative corona test are not required, the mask requirement in public has been completely lifted.

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