Countries that have lifted all coronavirus travel restrictions
All travel restrictions for entering Romania related to the coronavirus were lifted on March 9th, 2022. Globe Aware volunteers can book their volunteer vacation to this beautiful European country with ease.
These countries have lifted all coronavirus travel restrictions
These are all the destinations in Europe that currently have no Covid-related entry requirements. This list is being regularly updated
BY SARAH JAMES
20 April 2022
CONDÉ NAST TRAVELLER
Since 2020, we’ve all needed to stay on top of the Covid-related rules for different countries – from where you can travel without a vaccine to which destinations require a Covid booster jab for travel. By spring 2022, however, a handful of European countries (including the UK since Friday 18 March 2022) have lifted all restrictions relating to coronavirus and travel, allowing international visitors to enter without proof of vaccination, a negative test, recent recovery or even filling in a passenger locator form. These are the places that have dropped all such rules – although, of course, we still recommend following UK health advice, including having your Covid vaccine and booster if you are able to.
On Saturday 9 April 2022, the Czech Republic lifted all coronavirus-related entry requirements for people arriving from other countries. Visitors do not need to show any proof of vaccination or negative tests and do not need to fill out a passenger locator form.
At the time of writing (Wednesday 20 April 2022), there are no coronavirus-related requirements regarding testing or quarantining when entering Denmark regardless of vaccination status. However, you can only enter Greenland if you can prove that you are fully vaccinated or have previously been infected with coronavirus in the past 12 weeks.
The Hungarian government lifted all coronavirus restrictions upon entering the country on Monday 7 March 2022. You do not need to show vaccination proof or any negative tests.
There are currently no rules about coronavirus vaccinations or tests to enter Iceland as an international visitor.
Since Sunday 6 March 2022, international visitors have not been required to follow any restrictions regarding coronavirus. If travellers develop coronavirus symptoms while staying in Ireland, they should follow the current HSE guidance.
There are no coronavirus-related travel rules for those travelling to Montenegro.
Entry requirements for Norway are the same for everyone, regardless of vaccination status. You do not need to show any negative tests, fill out any forms or self-isolate.
Since Monday 28 March 2022, pre-departure testing and proof of vaccination have not been required to enter Poland.
All travel restrictions for entering Romania related to coronavirus were lifted on Wednesday 9 March 2022.
As of Friday 1 April 2022, travellers to Sweden are no longer required to present a negative test or proof of vaccination to enter.