Traveling abroad is starting to feel a bit normal again, with more and more countries easing travel restrictions. Spain recently announced that it will be scrapping Covid vaccine passports for non-EU travellers, meaning unvaccinated travelers will soon be able to enter the country.
A number of other countries have no restrictions and some still have mask rules that you must follow upon arrival. Here is a list of all the countries you can travel to without any travel restrictions.
As of May 16, Austria has no rules on Covid testing, passes or quarantine for those wishing to enter the country. There is also no need to fill out a passenger locator form, which makes things even easier. Face masks are also no longer mandatory.
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As in Austria, no masks are required in Bulgaria and there are no restrictions on the entry of travelers based on their vaccination status, meaning no tests or passes will need to be presented when you travel.
Two weeks ago, Croatia removed all travel restrictions. Visitors are no longer required to undergo testing, produce proof of accommodation in the country, complete an online registration form, produce proof of vaccinations or undergo quarantine.
Since April 9, tourists can enter the Czech Republic without hassle. Face masks are no longer necessary unless you are on public transport and taxis.
Denmark was the first European country to lift all restrictions at the end of March and since then people have been able to enter the country without proof of their vaccination status.
As well as wearing face masks indoors, Greece has removed all other Covid restrictions, meaning a summer in Greece could well be in store for many Britons this year.
Hungary has removed all travel restrictions, including the need to wear face masks indoors or on public transport.
Iceland lifted restrictions for international travelers on March 6, making travel to our neighboring country relatively easy. Face masks are no longer mandatory either.
Britons can enter Latvia without needing to take a test or show their vaccination status, making their trip easier. Like many other neighboring countries, face masks are mandatory on public transport.
In mid-February, Lithuania announced that no vaccination test or certificate would be required to enter. However, masks are still mandatory on public transport.
Although there are no restrictions on entry to Montenegro based on vaccination status, wearing a mask is still mandatory inside.
Norway has been free of restrictions since February 12, including social distancing and the wearing of face masks. People are also not required to get tested if they feel sick.
Face masks are no longer mandatory in Poland and proof of vaccination status is not required to enter the country or any establishment once you have arrived.
On May 9, Romania announced that it was removing all travel restrictions and that a digital pass or “green pass” showing your vaccination status would no longer be required to enter buildings.
Since May 3, all control measures relating to Covid 19 have been removed, meaning that tourism has reopened to travelers regardless of their vaccination status.
Travel restrictions have not been in place since February, so there is no need to fill out any form before travel. However, face masks are still compulsory on public transport.
Traveling to Sweden has been easy since they announced that all Covid-related entry requirements for visitors from the UK or outside the EU/EEA from April 1st.
Switzerland has announced that it will remove all restrictions on May 2. Previously, on April 1, the country dropped mandatory mask-wearing and the need to self-isolate if you tested positive.
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