Europe Travel Restrictions: Updated Country-by-Country Guide

It’s a new year, and with the changes brought about by the release of the Omicron variant, new or revised entry requirements, especially in Europe.

All is not bad, however. The UK has just dropped testing requirements for fully vaccinated travellers, while Norway has scrapped its mandatory quarantine for travelers from the US. Most Irish health restrictions have also been lifted.

Several European countries have changed their definitions of “fully vaccinated” in the past two months, placing timestamps on when travelers can travel under the designation of “fully vaccinated” before having to be vaccinated, usually between six months and a year. . Countries in Europe with the new recall requirement include Austria, Croatia, Greece, Iceland, France and more.

See our country-by-country guide for current information on entry restrictions in Europe and beyond. Visit travel.state.gov to learn about entry requirements, travel advice and more, or visit a specific country’s tourism website to see the most detailed entry guidelines. Read on to learn about the rest of the new entry requirements for each European country.

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