Where to find all the entry requirements you need to travel to Europe

Where to find all the entry requirements you need to travel to Europe

Last updated on May 16, 2022

This article was published on 16 May 2022. Travel restrictions are subject to change, so always check the updated rules on official government tourism websites before booking your trip.

After more than two years, travel restrictions in the summer of 2022 are lifting as EU countries look to revive their tourism industry. However, even though tourists are once more welcome to travel, there are still some restrictions in place, so it’s important to always check the European entry requirements before you even book your flight.

But where do you start? One common concern that we hear from travellers is that many actually don’t know where to find the travel requirements in the first place. This leads to a lot of passengers being denied boarding because they didn’t have all the requirements on hand.

Plus, there are questions such as, do you need to be vaccinated to travel? Do children need to be vaccinated to travel? Do you need to wear masks, and if so, what kind of mask should you wear?

To answer all of these questions, we’ve put together a list of resources so that you can be sure that you have everything that you need to have a stress-free flight.

Entry requirements per EU country

Austrian village by a body of water with snowy mountains in the background.

Austria

As of 16 May 2022, Austria has lifted all Covid-19 related travel restrictions.

Where to check for entry requirements: https://www.oesterreich.gv.at/en/themen/coronavirus_in_oesterreich/pre-travel-clearance.html https://www.austria.info/en/service-and-facts/coronavirus-information

Do you need to fill out a health or travel form?

No

Do you need to provide any official Covid-19 documents?

No

Do you need to quarantine?

No

Do you need to wear masks?

Yes, but only on public transport, at train stations, airports, taxis, and in essential shops such as supermarkets, post offices, and pharmacies. An FFP2 mask is required.

What are the requirements for minors?

None

Photo by Daniel Frank.

Old buildings and statue at Brussels, Belgium.

Belgium

Belgium currently allows tourists from countries that are from the European Union or Schengen Area, or from other "third countries" specified on their white list. You must be able to present either proof of vaccination, recovery, or a negative test. If you are traveling from a third country that is not on the white list, you can only visit for essential reasons or if you can provide proof of vaccination or recovery.

Where to check for entry requirements:

https://www.info-coronavirus.be

Do you need to fill out a health or travel form?

Yes, but only if you are from a country outside the European Union or Schengen Area that is not on Belgium’s white list. You can find the Passenger Locator Form here.

Do you need to provide any official Covid-19 documents?

Yes, either:

  • an EU digital Covid certificate or any EU compliant proof of vaccination

  • a recovery certificate provided by a doctor or health authority

  • a negative Covid test.

Do you need to quarantine?

Only if you come from a country or zone outside of the EU or Schengen Area that has been classified as “very high-risk”. In these cases, you will have to quarantine for 10 days even if you have been fully vaccinated.

Do you need to wear masks?

Yes, while on public transport, including buses, trains, or trams. Children below 12 years old are not required to wear masks

What are the requirements for minors?

Children below 12 years old do not need to show proof of vaccination, recovery, or a negative test, but they will have to be included in the Passenger Locator Form, if you’re required to fill one out.

Photo by Petar Starčević.

Cathedral in Bulgaria

Bulgaria

Bulgaria has lifted all Covid-19 travel restrictions as of 1 May 2022. This means that passengers no longer have to provide Covid-19 related documents or tests. 

Where to check for entry requirements: 

https://www.mfa.bg/en/customnews/main/24737 

https://www.mh.government.bg/en/

Do you need to fill out a health or travel form?

No 

Do you need proof of vaccination? 

No

Do you need a negative Covid test?

No 

Do you need to quarantine? 

No 

Do you need to wear masks?

No, but it is recommended they be worn on public transport and in hospitals.  

What are the requirements for minors? 

None

Photo by Valentin Monov.

Aerial view of Dubrovnik. A cityscape in the foreground with the sea and an island in the background.

Croatia

As of 1 May 2022, Croatia has lifted all Covid-19 related travel restrictions.  

Where to check for entry requirements: 

https://croatia.hr/en-gb/coronavirus-2019-ncov-q-and-a 

Do you need to fill out a health or travel form?

No 

Do you need proof of vaccination? 

No 

Do you need a negative Covid test?

No 

Do you need to quarantine? 

No 

Do you need to wear masks?

Only in hospitals and other health institutions. 

What are the requirements for minors? 

There are no Covid related restrictions for minors. 

Photo by Luciann Photography.

View of the sea at Cyprus with large rocks and cliffs.

Cyprus

As of 22 April 2022, Cyprus has lifted all Covid-19 related travel restrictions.  

Where to check for entry requirements: 

https://www.visitcyprus.com/index.php/en/news/774-covid19-travel-protocol 

Do you need to fill out a health or travel form?

No 

Do you need proof of vaccination? 

No

Do you need a negative Covid test?

Only if you are non-vaccinated and have not recovered from Covid-19.

Do you need to quarantine? 

No

Do you need to wear masks?

No

What are the requirements for minors? 

There are no Covid related restrictions for minors. 

Photo by Dave Harwood.

Prague at night

Czech Republic

As of 9th of April 2022, the Czech Republic has lifted all Covid-19 related travel restrictions.  

Where to check for entry requirements: 

https://www.visitczechrepublic.com/en-US/926179fc-1601-4cf8-b201-0b33b3878f08/page/covid-19 

https://www.mvcr.cz/mvcren/article/coronavirus-information-of-moi

Do you need to fill out a health or travel form?

No  

Do you need proof of vaccination? 

No  

Do you need a negative Covid test?

No  

Do you need to quarantine? 

No  

Do you need to wear masks?

Masks are required in hospitals, pharmacies, and other medical facilities — as well as in social service buildings. 

What are the requirements for minors? 

There are no Covid related restrictions for minors. 

Photo by Julius Silver.

Riverside by Denmark. Colorful houses and boats can be seen along the river.

Denmark

As of 29 of March 2022, Denmark has lifted all Covid-19 related travel restrictions.  

Where to check for entry requirements: 

https://en.coronasmitte.dk/travel-rules/covidtravelrules 

Do you need to fill out a health or travel form?

No 

Do you need proof of vaccination? 

No 

Do you need a negative Covid test?

No 

Do you need to quarantine? 

No 

Do you need to wear masks?

Only in hospitals, care homes, social institutions, and onboard airplanes. Some businesses and private cultural institutions may also have their own requirements regarding the use of face masks and Covid-19 certificates on their premises.  

What are the requirements for minors? 

There are no Covid related restrictions for minors. 

Photo by Pixabay.

Skyline of Talinn, Estonia

Estonia

Estonia currently allows visitors from the European Union, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway, Switzerland, and the UK to visit without restrictions. People arriving from other countries may need to provide either proof of vaccination, proof of recovery, or a negative test result. 

Where to check for entry requirements: 

https://kriis.ee/en/travelling-crossing-state-border/travelling-estonia/coming-estonia 

https://www.visitestonia.com/en/covid-19-and-travelling-to-estonia 

Do you need to fill out a health or travel form?

No

Do you need to provide any official Covid-19 documents? 

Yes, but only if you are coming from a third country. You will need either:

  • an EU digital Covid certificate or any EU compliant proof of vaccination 

  • a recovery certificate provided by a doctor or health authority

  • a negative Covid test. 

Do you need to quarantine? 

Yes, but only if you are coming from a third country and unable to provide proof of vaccination, recovery, or a negative test result. 

Do you need to wear masks?

Many establishments still require masks, including restaurants, sports and cultural establishments, on public transport, and at health facilities. 

What are the requirements for minors? 

Children under the age of 12 have no Covid related travel restrictions even if they are arriving from a third country. 

Photo by Jo Kassis.

River in winter in Finland. Snow covered houses and boats by the river.

Finland

Finland allows all visitors from EU and Schengen countries, as well as people from green list countries and regions to enter the country with no Covid-related restrictions. People coming from third countries must be able to provide proof of vaccination, recovery, or a negative test result — this currently includes the UK, US, and Turkey. It is also recommended that third country visitors only enter the country if they are traveling for essential reasons. Finland has decided to extend these restrictions until 5th of June.

Where to check for entry requirements: 

https://valtioneuvosto.fi/en/information-on-coronavirus/current-restrictions 

Do you need to fill out a health or travel form?

No 

Do you need to provide any official Covid-19 documents? 

Yes, but only if you are coming from a Third country. You will need either:

  • an EU digital Covid certificate or any EU compliant proof of vaccination 

  • a recovery certificate provided by a doctor or health authority

  • a negative Covid test. 

Do you need to quarantine? 

Yes, if you are coming from a third country and unable to provide proof of vaccination, recovery, or a negative test result. 

Do you need to wear masks?

Finland may still recommend wearing face masks on public transport, on flights, and in other institutions. 

What are the requirements for minors? 

Minors traveling with third country visitors may enter without any Covid related travel restrictions. 

Photo by Paul Theodor Oja.

Aerial view of Paris at night

France

France currently allows vaccinated travellers to enter the country, provided that they can provide proof of vaccination or a certificate of recovery. They may also allow visitors who can prove they have a medical reason for not being vaccinated to enter. 

The current entry rules may vary, however, depending on the risk classification of the country where you are traveling from. Travellers coming from the EU, as well as several other countries designated as “green” countries need to be vaccinated or recovered to enter, while countries or territories designated as “orange” may have additional restrictions. 

If you are unvaccinated and come from a green country, you do not have to quarantine, provided that you can provide a negative test result, but if you are coming from an orange country, you must provide a compelling reason to enter France and be subject to random testing upon arrival. Travellers who test positive will have to quarantine.  

Where to check for entry requirements: 

https://www.interieur.gouv.fr/covid-19-international-travel 

https://www.diplomatie.gouv.fr/en/coming-to-france/coming-to-france-your-covid-19-questions-answered

Do you need to fill out a health or travel form?

France currently has two types of travel forms: one for green countries and another for orange countries. 

Do you need to provide any official Covid-19 documents? 

Yes, but only if you are coming from a Third country. You will need either:

  • an EU digital Covid certificate or any EU compliant proof of vaccination 

  • a recovery certificate provided by a doctor or health authority

Do you need to quarantine? 

Only if coming from an orange country and if you test positive on your Covid test upon arrival. 

Do you need to wear masks?

Masks are still mandatory on public transportation, hospitals, and in other health facilities. 

What are the requirements for minors? 

Children under the age of 12 are exempt from providing Covid-19 related documents.

Image by Walkerssk from Pixabay 

Brandenburger gate in Berlin

Germany

Germany currently only allows vaccinated travellers to enter the country. Unvaccinated travellers may enter the country only if they can prove that they have recovered from Covid-19 or can provide a negative test result, and if they come from an EU member state, or from Iceland, Norway, Switzerland, and Liechtenstein. Unvaccinated travellers coming from third countries, however, may be able to travel if they have an urgent need to enter Germany. 

Where to check for entry requirements: 

https://www.auswaertiges-amt.de/en/visa-service/EinreiseUndAufenthalt 

Do you need to fill out a health or travel form?

It depends on where you are travelling from as some countries no longer need to fill out the travel form when entering Germany. You can check if you need to fill out the form here

Do you need to provide any official Covid-19 documents? 

Yes, either:

  • an EU digital Covid certificate or any EU compliant proof of vaccination 

  • a recovery certificate provided by a doctor or health authority

  • a negative Covid test. 

Do you need to quarantine? 

Yes, if you have traveled to a high-risk area within the last 10 days. 

Do you need to wear masks?

Yes, on public transportation and in healthcare facilities. Some private businesses may also have their own mask requirements. 

What are the requirements for minors? 

Children under 12 do not need to provide proof of vaccination. Children under the age of 6 who come from a high-risk area are not required to quarantine, and children under 12 from a high-risk area can end quarantine as soon as they can provide a negative test result. 

Photo by Shvets Anna.

The Parthenon at Athens

Greece

As of 1 May 2022, Greece has lifted almost all Covid-19 related travel restrictions. Travellers from all countries no longer need to provide proof of vaccination, recovery, or a negative test. However, the Greek government still encourages travellers to fill out the Passenger Locator Form to allow contact tracing in case of a positive Covid-19 result. This is entirely optional as of 15 March 2022. 

Where to check for entry requirements: 

https://travel.gov.gr/#/ 

Do you need to fill out a health or travel form?

No, but travellers are encouraged to fill out the Passenger Locator Form, which you can find here. Filling it out is completely optional. 

Do you need proof of vaccination? 

No

Do you need a negative Covid test?

No

Do you need to quarantine? 

No

Do you need to wear masks?

Masks may still be required in airports and on airlines. They are also still recommended in crowded places or wherever there is a risk of infection. 

What are the requirements for minors? 

Children under the age of 12 have no Covid related travel restrictions. 

Photo by Spencer Davis.

Parliament building in Budapest lit up at night.

Hungary

As of 7 March 2022, Hungary has lifted all Covid-19 related travel restrictions.  

Where to check for entry requirements: 

https://visithungary.com/category/covid-19-information 

Do you need to fill out a health or travel form?

No 

Do you need proof of vaccination? 

No 

Do you need a negative Covid test?

No 

Do you need to quarantine? 

No 

Do you need to wear masks?

No, though some establishments may have their own mask requirements. 

What are the requirements for minors? 

None

Photo by Pixabay.

Aurora borealis over a mountain in Iceland

Iceland

Iceland lifted all Covid-19 related travel restrictions on 25 February 2022. 

Where to check for entry requirements: 

https://www.covid.is/sub-categories/travel-to-and-within-iceland

Do you need to fill out a health or travel form?

No 

Do you need proof of vaccination? 

No 

Do you need a negative Covid test?

No 

Do you need to quarantine? 

No 

Do you need to wear masks?

No 

What are the requirements for minors? 

None

Photo by Benjamin Suter.

Cliffs in Ireland

Ireland

As of 6 March 2022, Ireland has lifted all Covic-19 related travel restrictions. 

Where to check for entry requirements: 

https://www.citizensinformation.ie/en/travel_and_recreation/travel_to_ireland/travel_to_ireland_during_covid.html

Do you need to fill out a health or travel form?

No

Do you need proof of vaccination? 

No

Do you need a negative Covid test?

No

Do you need to quarantine? 

No

Do you need to wear masks?

No

What are the requirements for minors? 

None

Photo by Kelly L.

Roma, Lazio at night.

Italy

Italy currently requires travellers to present either proof of vaccination, recovery, or a negative test. As of 1 May 2022, travellers will no longer need to present a Passenger Locator Form.  

Where to check for entry requirements: 

https://www.salute.gov.it/portale/nuovocoronavirus/

https://www.italia.it/en/covid19 

Do you need to fill out a health or travel form?

No 

Do you need to provide any official Covid-19 documents? 

Yes, either:

  • an EU digital Covid certificate or any EU compliant proof of vaccination 

  • a recovery certificate provided by a doctor or health authority

  • a negative Covid test. 

Do you need to quarantine? 

Only if you are unable to provide any of the documents required. You will have to quarantine for 5 days and will have to test negative at the end of the isolation period. 

Do you need to wear masks?

Yes. Masks may still be required on airplanes, public transportation, and in indoor cultural events such as theaters, cinemas, and sports halls. 

What are the requirements for minors? 

Children under the age of 6 are exempt from testing requirements, while children over the age of 6 must follow the same Covid-19 requirements as adults. 

Photo by Julius Silver.

Riga skyline in the snow

Latvia

As of 1 April 202, travellers entering Latvia no longer need to show proof of vaccination, recovery, or a negative test. However, visitors from countries designated as “very high risk” are still banned from entering the country. 

Where to check for entry requirements: 

https://www.mfa.gov.lv/en/information-travellers-latvia-provisions-preventing-spread-covid-19 

https://www.latvia.travel/en/article/covid-19-and-travelling-latvia 

Do you need to fill out a health or travel form?

No

Do you need proof of vaccination? 

No

Do you need a negative Covid test?

No

Do you need to quarantine? 

No

Do you need to wear masks?

Only on public transportation, such as trains, buses, etc. 

What are the requirements for minors? 

None

Photo by Boris Ulzibat.

Castle at night in Trakai, Lithuania

Lithuania

As of 1 May 2022, Lithuania has lifted all Covid-19 related travel restrictions. 

Where to check for entry requirements: 

https://nvsc.lrv.lt/en/information-on-covid-19/for-arrivals-from-abroad

Do you need to fill out a health or travel form?

No

Do you need proof of vaccination? 

No

Do you need a negative Covid test?

No

Do you need to quarantine? 

No

Do you need to wear masks?

Only in public transportation, hospitals, and other social institutions. An FFP2 mask is required. 

What are the requirements for minors? 

Children under 18 years old may wear a cloth mask instead of an FFP2 mask. 

Photo by David Skyrius.

Luxembourg city

Luxembourg

As of 22 April 2022, Luxembourg has dropped all Covid-19 travel restrictions for travellers arriving from the EU and Schengen Area. However, third country visitors are still banned from entering unless they come from a country authorized for non-essential travel. If they come from an authorized country, they must still provide either proof of vaccine, recovery, or a negative test, 

Where to check for entry requirements: 

https://covid19.public.lu/en/travellers/visiting-luxembourg.html 

Do you need to fill out a health or travel form?

No 

Do you need proof of vaccination? 

Only if you are from a third country that is authorized for non-essential travel.  

Do you need a negative Covid test?

Only if you are from a third country that is authorized for non-essential travel.  

Do you need to quarantine? 

No 

Do you need to wear masks?

Masks are still required on public transport, hospitals, elderly homes, and other care facilities. 

What are the requirements for minors? 

There are no Covid-19 related restrictions for minors. 

Photo by Dylan Leagh.

Aerial view of Maletta, Malta

Malta

Malta still requires passengers to provide either proof of vaccination, recovery, or a negative test result. 

Where to check for entry requirements: 

https://deputyprimeminister.gov.mt/en/health-promotion/covid-19/Pages/travel.aspx 

Do you need to fill out a health or travel form?

The Passenger Locator Form is no longer required, but is still recommended. Filling it out is completely optional. You can find the PLF here

Do you need to provide any official Covid-19 documents? 

Yes, either:

  • an EU digital Covid certificate or any EU compliant proof of vaccination 

  • a recovery certificate provided by a doctor or health authority

  • a negative Covid test. 

Do you need to quarantine? 

Only if you are unable to provide proof of vaccination, recovery, or a negative test. Quarantine lasts for 10 days, and may be subject to testing requirements. 

Do you need to wear masks?

Masks are required in healthcare facilities and on planes. 

What are the requirements for minors? 

Children under the age of 6 have no Covid-19 related travel restrictions. 

Photo by Som Thapa Magar.

Dutch windmills on a sunny day.

Netherlands

As of 23rd of March, The Netherlands,  allows EU and Schengen Area citizens to enter without restrictions. However, if you live in a country outside of the EU or Schengen Area, or one that is not participating in the EU travel rules scheme, you may be subject to an EU Entry Ban. There are exceptions to the entry ban that will allow you to travel to the Netherlands, which you can find here

Where to check for entry requirements: 

https://www.government.nl/topics/coronavirus-covid-19/visiting-the-netherlands-from-abroad 

Do you need to fill out a health or travel form?

No 

Do you need proof of vaccination? 

No, but if you are from a third country, you may need to present some form of vaccination. The rules vary depending on the country, but you can check the entry requirements per country here

Do you need a negative Covid test?

No, but if you are from a third country, you may need to present some form of negative test result. The rules vary depending on the country, but you can check the entry requirements per country here

Do you need to quarantine? 

Probably not, but some countries may be required to quarantine. You can check them here

Do you need to wear masks?

Masks are still recommended on public transport, indoor spaces, educational settings, and in crowded outdoor spaces. However, it may still be mandatory to wear masks in airports and inside airplanes. 

What are the requirements for minors? 

Children under 12 do not need to wear masks at airports and on planes. 

Photo by Tanathip Rattanatum.

Norwegian coast at twilight.

Norway

As of 18 February 2022, Norway no longer has any Covid-19 related travel restrictions. 

Where to check for entry requirements: 

https://www.regjeringen.no/en/topics/koronavirus-covid-19/travel-to-norway/id2791503/ 

https://www.regjeringen.no/en/topics/koronavirus-covid-19/id2692388/ 

Do you need to fill out a health or travel form?

No 

Do you need proof of vaccination? 

No 

Do you need a negative Covid test?

No 

Do you need to quarantine? 

No 

Do you need to wear masks?

No 

What are the requirements for minors? 

None

Photo by stein egil liland.

Castle in Ogrodzieniec, śląskie, Poland

Poland

As of 28 March 2022, Poland has lifted all Covid-19 related travel restrictions. 

Where to check for entry requirements: 

https://www.gov.pl/web/coronavirus/travel 

Do you need to fill out a health or travel form?

No 

Do you need proof of vaccination? 

No 

Do you need a negative Covid test?

No 

Do you need to quarantine? 

No 

Do you need to wear masks?

No 

What are the requirements for minors? 

None

Photo by Dominika Roseclay.

Buildings in Sintra, Lisboa, Portugal.

Portugal

Portugal requires travellers to present either proof of vaccination, a certificate of recovery, or a negative test result. 

Where to check for entry requirements: 

https://www.visitportugal.com/en/content/covid-19-measures-implemented-portugal 

Do you need to fill out a health or travel form?

No 

Do you need to provide any official Covid-19 documents? 

Yes, either:

  • an EU digital Covid certificate or any EU compliant proof of vaccination 

  • a recovery certificate provided by a doctor or health authority

  • a negative Covid test. 

Do you need to quarantine? 

Only if you are unable to provide proof of vaccination, recovery, or a negative test. 

Do you need to wear masks?

Masks are still mandatory on public transport, in taxis, and healthcare facilities. Restaurants, bars, clubs, sports, and other recreational activities may also require proof of vaccination, a test, or recovery certificate. 

What are the requirements for minors? 

Children under 12 do not have any Covid-19 related travel restrictions. 

Photo by Daniel Frese.

Aerial view of Deva

Romania 

As of 6 May 2022, Romania has lifted all Covid-19 related travel restrictions. 

Where to check for entry requirements: 

https://reopen.europa.eu/en/map/ROU/7001 

https://www.mae.ro/en/node/30320 

Do you need to fill out a health or travel form?

No 

Do you need proof of vaccination? 

No 

Do you need a negative Covid test?

No 

Do you need to quarantine? 

No 

Do you need to wear masks?

No, though they are recommended.  

What are the requirements for minors? 

None

Photo by Pașca Daniel.

Castle in Slovakia

Slovakia

Slovakia allows EU travellers as well as residents from other approved countries to enter with no restriction. All other travellers may enter if they can provide proof of vaccination, recovery, or a negative test. 

Where to check for entry requirements: 

https://korona.gov.sk/en/travelling-to-slovakia-and-covid19/ 

Do you need to fill out a health or travel form?

No 

Do you need to provide any official Covid-19 documents? 

Yes, either:

  • a recognized vaccine certificate. This is required of non-EU citizens and approved third countries only. 

  • a negative test, from an official testing site. This is required of non-EU citizens and from approved third countries only. 

Do you need to quarantine? 

No 

Do you need to wear masks?

Masks are required in many enclosed public buildings such as shops and cultural establishments, etc. and on public transport. 

What are the requirements for minors? 

No information given. 

Photo by Rudolf Kirchner.

Island in Radovljica, Slovenia

Slovenia

As of 13 April 2022, Slovenia has lifted all Covid-19 related travel restrictions.

Where to check for entry requirements: 

https://www.gov.si/en/topics/coronavirus-disease-covid-19/ 

Do you need to fill out a health or travel form?

No 

Do you need proof of vaccination? 

No 

Do you need a negative Covid test?

No 

Do you need to quarantine? 

No 

Do you need to wear masks?

No 

What are the requirements for minors? 

None

Photo by Alex Azabache.

Aerial view of Barcelona

Spain

Spain requires all travellers to present either proof of vaccination, recovery, or a test. Spain only recognizes the EU digital Covid Certificate or another EU equivalent. If an EU vaccine certificate cannot be provided, passengers must fill out the SpTH Health Control Form. Travellers from “orange” designated countries may also need to follow a different entry procedure. 

Where to check for entry requirements: 

https://www.spth.gob.es/ 

https://travelsafe.spain.info/en/during/ 

Do you need to fill out a health or travel form?

Yes, but only if you are unable to provide an EU recognized vaccine certificate. You can find the form here

Do you need to provide any official Covid-19 documents? 

Yes, either:

  • an EU digital Covid certificate or any EU compliant proof of vaccination 

  • a recovery certificate provided by a doctor or health authority

  • a negative Covid test. 

Do you need to quarantine? 

You may need to quarantine if you are unable to provide any of the required Covid-19 related documents. 

Do you need to wear masks?

Masks are required on public transport and healthcare centers. 

What are the requirements for minors? 

There are no Covid-19 related travel restrictions for children under 12. 

Photo by Alexey Komissarov.

Swans in a frozen lake in Stockholm

Sweden

As of 1 April 2022, Sweden has lifted all Covid-19 related travel restrictions. 

Where to check for entry requirements: 

https://www.krisinformation.se/en/hazards-and-risks/disasters-and-incidents/2020/official-information-on-the-new-coronavirus/travel-restrictions 

Do you need to fill out a health or travel form?

No 

Do you need proof of vaccination? 

No 

Do you need a negative Covid test?

No 

Do you need to quarantine? 

No 

Do you need to wear masks?

No, but they are recommended. 

What are the requirements for minors? 

None

Photo by Nextvoyage.

Lake in Switzerland

Switzerland

As of 2 May 2022, Switzerland has lifted almost all Covid-19 related travel restrictions, though there may be certain restrictions in place for specific countries. You can check if there are any restrictions from your departure country using the Swiss Travelcheck here.

Where to check for entry requirements: 

https://www.bag.admin.ch/bag/en/home/krankheiten/ausbrueche-epidemien-pandemien/aktuelle-ausbrueche-epidemien/novel-cov/empfehlungen-fuer-reisende.html 

Do you need to fill out a health or travel form?

No 

Do you need proof of vaccination? 

No 

Do you need a negative Covid test?

No 

Do you need to quarantine? 

No 

Do you need to wear masks?

No 

What are the requirements for minors? 

None 

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Stonehenge in daylight

United Kingdom

As of 18 March 2022, the United Kingdom has lifted all Covid-19 related travel restrictions. 

Where to check for entry requirements: 

https://www.gov.uk/uk-border-control 

https://www.gov.uk/guidance/travel-to-england-from-another-country-during-coronavirus-covid-19

Do you need to fill out a health or travel form?

No 

Do you need proof of vaccination? 

No 

Do you need a negative Covid test?

No 

Do you need to quarantine? 

No 

Do you need to wear masks?

No 

What are the requirements for minors? 

None 

Image by Pixabay.

The end of Covid-19 travel restrictions

In many ways, Europe entry requirements are on their way out, and many countries have already lifted all restrictions.

So if you are wondering “Where can I travel this summer?”, Europe is the place to be! Just be sure to still exercise caution and be careful when traveling. And don’t forget, with more people traveling, there are also more chances you may experience a flight delay or cancellation. Be sure to always check your compensation and to know your rights as an air passenger.

Did you also know that you can claim for delayed, canceled, or overbooked flights from up to 3 years ago? AirHelp is here to help you check if your flight is eligible — it’s quick, easy, and totally risk-free! Get started with your claim now.

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