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UPDATED: Travel restrictions for every country in Europe.

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

The latest big changes include:

  • Full lockdown has been reinforced in Austria.
  • There has been a spike in cases in Germany, The Netherlands and Belgium leading to increased restrictions.
  • Some Christmas market have been cancelled in Germany.

  • Czech Republic has dropped its self-isolation rules for all travellers, but proof of vaccination is needed to enter restaurants.

  • All countries have been taken off the UK’s red list, though the quarantine category remains in place if needed, and antigen tests are now accepted for day 2 testing.

  • Moldova has extended its state of emergency until at least the end of the month, with private events still banned.

This article is updated regularly.

Albania

  • Measures to contain COVID-19 remain in effect, including night-time curfews from 11pm to 6am, and mandatory face masks indoors and on public transport.

  • All land borders are now open and there is no restricted movement around the country.

  • 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.
  • Travel to and from the country is open, but masks are still required in indoor spaces. Andorra also asks that social distancing is respected.
  • Travellers who intend to stay in Andorra for more than three nights need to present a vaccination certificate, a negative PCR or lateral flow test result, or proof that you have recovered from COVID-19.

More information here.

Austria

  • Austria is 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 just introduced full lockdown and severe restrictions following a spike in COVID cases. People will be able to leave…

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