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American tourists can travel to Europe on a country-by-country basis after the last European Council announcement.
New restrictions have been introduced
List of European countries open to fully vaccinated travelers (Updated February 24)
Sweden is open to all vaccinated Americans. Travelers must present a negative COVID-19 test upon arrival.
Italy: all visitors must obtain Italy’s “Green Pass”, a digital certificate issued by the Ministry of Health, which contains a QR Code that will be required to board planes, participate in public events, and even move around the territory.
A “Super Green Pass” is mandatory from January 10, 2022 to March 31, 2022 to stay in hotels and use all public transportation including local buses, metros, flights and high-speed trains.
Vaccinated travelers must bring a negative Covid-19 test.
Unvaccinated must (additionally) undergo a 5-day mandatory quarantine and get retested on arrival.
France: Open to fully vaccinated Americas who must present proof of vaccination and a negative COVID test performed within the 48 hours prior to departure
Unvaccinated or partially vaccinated travelers must provide a compelling reason for travel.
Spain: Open for vaccinated travelers from multiple countries worldwide including the U.S. Unvaccinated travelers were banned from entering Spain on Sept. 6.
Greece: Open to tourists from more than 50 countries, including all EU states, the US, Canada, Russia, and China. Visitors must bring a vaccine certificate, proof of a negative COVID-19 test, or proof of recovery from COVID-19.
Cyprus: Travelers from red countries such as the U.S. must present a negative PCR test taken within 72 hours prior to arrival in Cyprus regardless of their vaccination status.
The unvaccinated must observe a 7-day mandatory quarantine.
Croatia: Open for tourism to all travelers who can produce a negative COVID-19 test before departure.
Portugal: US citizens can enter Portugal but need to provide a travel authorization a negative COVID Test.
Germany is open to fully vaccinated visitors from the US, EU and Schengen Area. All travelers ages 6 and above must submit proof of vaccination.
Proof of a negative COVID-19 test is required every time a visitor wants to enter most tourist venues such as restaurants and bars.
Austria: Open to U.S. travelers. A vaccine certificate, proof of recovery, or a negative Covid-19 test result is required.
Fully vaccinated travelers with a booster shot do not need to undergo testing or quarantine. People who have received two doses of a COVID-19 vaccine must present a negative PCR test and the unvaccinated must additionally undergo a 10-day mandatory quarantine.
Denmark: Open to visitors immunized with Moderna, Pfizer, AstraZeneca or Johnson & Johnson vaccines.
Unvaccinated Americans must undergo mandatory quarantine. Everyone must present a negative COVID-19 test before departure.
Finland: Open to Americans since last year. Travelers will need to submit proof of having been immunized at least 7 days prior to departure. The unvaccinated can only enter Finland for essential reasons.
Iceland: Open to vaccinated American travelers.
Ireland: Open to both vaccinated and unvaccinated U.S. travelers from July 19. Vaccinated visitors are permitted to bypass testing and quarantine rules.
Malta: Open to vaccinated U.S. tourists who can produce a negative COVID-19 test.
Slovenia: Open to vaccinated American visitors. A COVID-19 test is no longer needed.
Switzerland has lifted all its travel restrictions.
“Health-related measures for persons entering the country are to be lifted. It will no longer be necessary to provide proof of vaccination, recovery or a negative test or complete an entry form,” the government announced.