Countries Open to American Tourists: 2022 Covid Travel Update

Multiple countries have completely reopened but some others are still not welcoming American tourists.

Following the discovery of the new highly-contagious Omicron variant, countries worldwide have reintroduce new restrictions and even banning some travelers from entering into their territories.

Here is a complete list of the most appealing destinations open to Americans.

Disclaimer: Travel restrictions and governmental regulations can change rapidly and the information below might be outdated within a few hours. Therefore, double-check all information with your embassy or on official websites. Traveling Lifestyle does not take any responsibility for your decision to travel.

Countries Open to Americans in 2022

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European Union (27-nation bloc) – Reopening

European Union flag

When can American tourists travel to Europe?

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.

Different restrictions apply to Madeira depending on the country of departure.

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.

The Netherlands: Vaccinated or recovered travelers must also present a negative COVID-19 test.

Unvaccinated travelers are barred from entering the Netherlands.

Norway

Norway has removed nearly all remaining COVID entry restrictions, including pre-departure testing and proof of vaccination because it no longer “sees a serious health threat to citizens.”

Quarantine has been lifted, and face masks are no longer required in indoor venues.

Testing before and after arrival in Svalbard will remain in place.

United Kingdom

The UK is open to American travelers. Pre-departure is only required for unvaccinated travelers.

Keep in mind that rules vary between England, Scotland, Wales, and Northern Ireland.

Home to over 300 stunning islands and a limitless amount of activities, Fiji has recently opened to vaccinated Americans as the US has been listed as one of Fiji’s “Travel Partners.”

US visitors must produce a negative PCR test taken no more than 2 calendar days prior to the scheduled day of departure and observe a 7-day mandatory quarantine.

India

Travelers to India will no longer be subject to a mandatory seven-day quarantine or testing upon arrival and on day eight of their stay.

Passengers will no longer be required to give samples and wait for results at the airport.

All travelers must submit a self-declaration form at least 72 hours prior to departure for India at in/airsuvidha/allairports

Visitors from red-listed countries must present a negative COVID-19 test before departure.

South Africa

South Africa

South Africa

Adventure seekers must be glad to hear South Africa’s top tourist attractions are open for American tourists following a sharp drop in infection transmission risk.

All travelers to South Africa must submit a negative COVID-19 test -on arrival- not older than 72 hours from their time of departure.

Those who do not comply with this requirement must undergo quarantine at their own cost. The same will happen with those presenting symptoms on arrival.

All visitors must install the COVID Alert South Africa mobile app to help find those who are close contacts of someone who has tested positive for COVID 19.

Cayman Islands

The stunning award-winning beaches and world-class resorts of the Cayman Islands are open to American travelers from Nov. 20.

Cayman Island is currently open for essential travel only.

Indonesia (Bali)

Bali’s gorgeous beaches, picturesque lakes, waterfalls, iconic rice fields, and flower gardens have all reopened to visitors as of Oct. 14.

Although Bali is still figuring out some entry issues, those are likely to be resolved soon.

Visitors must show proof of immunization using the PeduliLindungi app, proof of health insurance covering COVID-19 for at least US$ 100,000, a negative COVID-19 test, and booking confirmation from a government-approved lodging provider.

The quarantine period was recently reduced from 7 to 3 days.

Cambodia

Fully vaccinated Americans are able to visit Cambodia’s remote islands, pristine beaches, unexplored forests, and of course, Angkor Wat, the world’s largest religious building and considered one of the wonders of the world.

Travelers must present a negative COVID-19 test prior to departure to Cambodia and take an additional rapid one upon entry.

Russia

Russia

Russia

From the ice-cold Siberian highlands to the St. Basil’s Cathedral; from the world-famous artworks in the Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow, St. Petersburg, and Vladivostok, there is an endless list of reasons to visit this amazing country.

Visitors must provide a negative PCR COVID-19 test result obtained no more than three days before arriving in Russia. The results can be displayed digitally or on paper. Those can be written in English.

Make sure you’re flying from a nation with which Russia has officially resumed flight operations to prevent any inconveniences at the port of entry.

Belize

Belize has a lot more to offer than Mayan ruins and vibrant little towns. Belize must be on your winter getaway list because of its outstanding natural beauty and world-class cuisine, whether you’re looking for scuba diving activities or a peaceful beach vacation Belize it’s the place to go.

Belize boasts very flexible entry requirements. A negative COVID-19 test and some health screening procedures at the airports are enough for you to be allowed entry.

Vaccination is not required but purchasing insurance that covers COVID-19 treatments is advised.

Thailand

This exotic destination doesn’t need an introduction. From its peaceful beaches, exotic cuisine, majestic temples, history, cultural and archaeological sites, and vibrant nightlife, Thailand is a place every traveler deserves to visit.

The Thai government has resume its “Travel & GO” program.

Starting Mar. 7, foreign visitors only need to submit one PCR test instead of two and isolate for only one night while awaiting the results.

A negative COVID-19 test and proof of vaccination (only to reduce quarantine days) are required to enter Phuket.

Chile

Atacama Desert, Chile

This South American paradise for nature lovers and outdoor enthusiasts reopened for tourism on October 1, after a six-month COVID shutdown.

Fully vaccinated visitors must obtain a “Mobility Pass” (Pase de Movibilidad),

They also must bring a negative PCR Covid-19 test, purchase travel insurance that covers Covid-19, take another test upon arrival until the results return negative.

Obtaining Chile’s “Health Pass” before entering the country is highly recommended. Otherwise, visitors will see quarantine days extended, said Public health chief Paula Daza.

Argentina

Perito Moreno Glacier, Santa Cruz Province, Argentina

Perito Moreno Glacier, Santa Cruz Province, Argentina

Rock climbing, ice climbing, skiing, rafting, biking, and hiking are some of the activities visitors can enjoy from Nov. 1, when Argentina finally reopened for international tourism.

Only fully vaccinated travelers who can produce a negative COVID-19 test are permitted entry.

Panama

Panama, city

Panama, city

This incredibly biodiverse Central American country is open to both vaccinated and unvaccinated Americans.

Fully vaccinated travelers must submit and electronic sworn affidavit while the unvaccinated must additional present a COVID-19 test.

Grenada

Grenada

Grenada

This Caribbean nation is the best fit for Americans willing to explore its beaches and natural sites or spend a holiday being active.

All American travelers must bring proof of having been fully vaccinated against COVID-19 at least 14 prior to their arrival on the island as well as a negative PCR COVID-19 test

All visitors must also complete the Pure Safe Travel Certificate to obtain authorization to travel to Grenada. Proof of accommodation is also required.

One of the good things about Grenada is that visa extensions only cost $28.

Jordan

Petra, Jordan

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This Arab nation home to the famed archaeological city of Petra is open for Americans who want to visit for leisure.

Visitors must bring a negative COVID-19 test taken no longer than 72 hours prior to the time of arrival in Jordan and take another one upon arrival in Amman at a cost of USD 39.52 (JD 28).

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Fully vaccinated Americans are exempt from the second test if they can produce a vaccine certificate “which must be shown to the airline in paper or electronic form” and a QR code registration from the Gateway2Jordan platform.

Also, visitors need to purchase health insurance that Covers COVID-19 for the entire period of their visit.

Guadeloupe

Beach on the bay Des Saintes, Terre-de-Haut, Guadeloupe.

Terre-de-Haut, Guadeloupe. Photo: Linternaute.com

The 12 islands comprising this French Caribbean archipelago are open to fully vaccinated Americans.

Visitors must have received their second dose of a Pfizer, Moderna or AstraZeneca vaccine at least 14 days prior to arrival in Guadeloupe, or more than 4 weeks after being immunized with a Johnson & Johnson jab.

Unvaccinated Americans will be allowed entry only for compelling or emergency reasons.

All visitors must carry out a PCR test 72 hours before departure or a rapid antigen test less than 48 hours before departure.

Albania

U.S. visitors must meet one of the following conditions:

• Present a vaccine certificate where the date of full vaccination is no later than two weeks from the date of entry in Albania.
• Submit a negative PCR test within 72 hours or a rapid antigen test within 48 hours, or
• Documentation from a licensed health care provider of having recovered from COVID-19 in the 6 months before travel.

Anguilla

Anguilla, the British overseas territory in the Caribbean, reopened its borders to international tourists on May 25.

This territory requires travelers to bring proof of vaccination, a negative COVID-19 test taken within 3-5 days prior to departure and take an additional test on arrival.

Travelers interested in this destination will also need to request authorization to travel to the country. In addition, they will need to present proof of a negative PCR test taken in the 3-5 days prior to their arrival.

Antigua and Barbuda

All arrivals by air must submit a negative Covid-19 RT-PCR test result taken within 4 days prior to arrival in Antigua y Barbuda.

Fully vaccinated visitors will no longer need to stay at government-certified accommodations. Those are now allowed to quarantine at home for only 48 hours, subject to the results of an additional COVID test taken upon arrival.

Visitors must pay US$100.00 for the test and residents only US$50.00. Tests should be prepaid at https://msjmc.org/covid_testing_quarantine.

Unvaccinated minors between ages five and eighteen years old must present a negative RT-PCR test of four days or fewer from date of testing.

Aruba

Aruba is currently allowing tourists from Canada, Europe, the U.S, most of the Caribbean, plus, all Central American and South American countries (excluding Venezuela & Peru).

Travelers should upload their negative COVID-19 PCR test results to their online ED card prior to travel. Check it here.

Bahamas

The Bahamas is open to American tourists since July with a couple of entry restrictions. All visitors must submit a Travel Health Visa Application and wait for approval. Together with the Health Visa they must purchase mandatory health insurance.

This mandatory travel insurance must cover:

  • Medical expenses up to USD $50,000 if travelers get the virus while on the island.
  • A COVID-19 extra test taken on the 5th day of the visitors’ stay
  • Quarantine accommodation expenses in case of getting infected with the virus. (from USD $500 per day/$7,000 USD max)
  • Medical evacuation in case of necessity due to COVID-19 (up to $50,000 USD)

Travelers to the Bahamas also need to have a negative PCR COVID test in order to be able to board a plane. The test must be taken no longer than 72 hours before the flight.

Barbados

Barbados requires travelers from all countries to submit a Covid-19 test taken within 72 hours prior to boarding.

They must also fill out an Embarkation/Disembarkation form 24 hours before departure. Those who do not present the test may be denied entry.

Quarantine depends on your country of departure and other factors. It is advised to consult with your embassy before traveling

Bermuda

All visitors coming to Bermuda must bring a negative COVID-19 test taken within 72 hours before their departure and take another one upon entry.

A vaccine certificate is now mandatory.

Brazil

In order to be granted entry to Brazil, both national and American visitors are required to present a negative (RT-PCR) test result taken no more than 72 hours before arrival and proof of vaccination.

Colombia

Colombia require all passengers to present a negative COVID-19 test and proof of being fully vaccinated.

Furthermore, the country has reopened all land, sea, river and ocean borders with all neighboring countries.

Costa Rica

Costa Rica is open to Americans and PCR tests or quarantine are no longer required.

Insurance that covers COVID is required for unvaccinated visitors.

Cuba

Vaccinated visitors must present a negative PCR COVID-19 taken no longer than 72 hours prior to departure.

Unvaccinated visitors are not allowed entry for the time being.

Curacao

Curacao is open to American tourists. All travelers are now allowed to enter if they bring a negative COVID-19 test result. Quarantine is not needed.

Passengers must present a PCR test taken no longer than 48 hours before departure and fill out and print a digital immigration card (DI).

Dominican Republic

Americans visiting the Dominican Republic no longer need to provide a negative Covid-19 PCR test on arrival or quarantine. Instead, the Dominican authorities will also administer a rapid test to randomly-selected passengers on arrival.

Travelers arriving without a negative PCR test certificate might eventually be subject to a mandatory 7-day quarantine at their own expense.

Additionally, they may need to be isolated until the results come back negative. In addition, all passengers must undergo a comprehensive health evaluation upon arrival. They must also fill out a Traveler’s Health Affidavit.

Dominica

Dominica is open to Americans and other foreign tourists. All visitors are required to present a negative PCR COVID-19 test result taken up to 72 hours before arrival and agree to take another one upon entry.

New quarantine rules:

  • Fully vaccinated travelers are exempt from quarantine once their rapid antigen test on arrival is negative.
  • Unvaccinated travelers that have been present in a high-risk country within the last 21 days are required to quarantine for a minimum of 5 to 7 days and take another COVID-19 test.
  • Visitors from low and medium-risk Countries might be allowed to monitor themselves at home for 7 days.

Travelers are also required to fill out an online form 24 hours before boarding.

Both documents must be uploaded and submitted. Once visitors receive an approval email from the Dominican Ministry of Health they will be allowed to fly to Dominica.

Dubai – UAE

Dubai is open to Americans as well as for tourists from all countries. All arrivals must present a negative COVID-19 test result taken no longer than 1 day before departure.

Quarantine requirements depend on the country of departure and the Emirate the traveler is visiting. Also, all visitors must have travel health insurance that will cover COVID-19 medical expenses in the country.

Effective November 8, 2021, all visitors must present proof of vaccination.

Ecuador

Ecuador opened its borders to all vaccinated visitors from all around the world including American tourists under a few conditions. Visitors (including minors) must bring a negative PCR test taken within 72 hours before the flight.

Upon arrival, they will also be checked for COVID symptoms. If the rapid antigen test is positive, the traveler must self-isolate for 10 days.

Egypt

All Americans visiting Egypt must bring a negative PCR test certificate taken at a maximum of 96 hours before departure. Also, visitors must show proof of health insurance upon arrival. (Bring hard copies).

Travelers to Sharm El Sheikh are allowed to visit without a PCR test and then be tested upon arrival. In this case, travelers have to quarantine until they can produce negative test results.

Guatemala

Guatemala reopened on September 18 to all visitors, including Americans. There are some restrictions and entry regulations in place. All visitors need to have a negative PCR COVID test taken no longer than 72 hours before the flight.

All visitors aged 12 and over must present proof of being fully vaccinated.

Jamaica

U.S. Citizens need to request and obtain a travel authorization within 72 hours of their planned travel date. A negative COVID-19 test is also needed.

Quarantine has been lifted.

Maldives

All travelers need to submit a PCR test taken no longer than 72 hours before departure.

Travelers who test positive or have been exposed to people who test positive for COVID-19 will be required to quarantine for 14 days. Exposure can occur at a resort or in transit to/from their resort/hotel.

Visitors traveling to the airport for departure who come into contact with someone who tests positive will be denied boarding and quarantined for 14 days. Travelers who are required to quarantine will be required to pay for any additional extended stay. You should reconsider travel to Maldives if you do not have sufficient funds to cover any additional quarantine period.

All visitors will be asked a few questions and have their temperature taken by officials at the airport and will be required to fill out a health declaration card.

Mexico

Mexico remains fully open to all visitors without restrictions. However, the CDC has recommended Americans avoid this country. Getting travel insurance is advised.

Visitors traveling to tourist hotspots such as Cancun, Puerto Vallarta, and Playa del Carmen will find that all hotels and other touristic venues are open but operating at a limited capacity.

Morocco

Morocco has reopened to all countries.

All arrivals, who obtain a vaccination pass issued by the Moroccan government. Travelers will be also subject to an antigen test upon arrival and “random” PCR tests.

A negative PCR test is also needed to exit the country.

Nicaragua

Nicaragua is open to American tourists. They only have to bring a negative COVID-19 test but they do not need to quarantine. Borders have been opened since July, 2020.

Visitors must present proof vaccination against yellow fever at least 10 days prior to entering the country.

Pakistan

Pakistan is another country that has reopened to Americans. Visitors must submit proof of a negative PCR COVID-19 test result taken no longer than 48 hours prior to departure.

Proof of fully vaccination is required to enter and exit the country.

Travelers are also required to install and get registered on the Pass Track app prior to departure.

Puerto Rico

Puerto Rico is open to all travelers with a few entry restrictions. They need to bring a negative PCR test or a vaccine certificate, otherwise, they will have to undergo a 14-day quarantine.

Travelers who enter the country must have tested negative for the coronavirus within 72 hours of arrival.

Puerto Rico is a U.S. territory and, therefore, excluded from the requirement to provide a negative COVID-19 test result to return to the mainland United States.

Rwanda

All travelers to Rwanda must fill out a form prior to arrival. Visitors must also submit a negative PCR COVID-19 test taken within 72 hours of departure and email the test results to lab@rbc.gov.rw and take an additional test upon arrival.

American citizens do not need to present proof of vaccination to enter the country but it is required to travel intercity.

Serbia

Visitors whose point of departure is the United States must submit either a negative PCR test or negative antigen test. This new requirement includes passengers who transit another airport on their way from the United States to Serbia. Quarantine is not required.

Seychelles

Americans need to submit proof of a negative PCR COVID-19 test taken within 72 hours prior to departure to be granted access to the country.

Purchasing health insurance is mandatory to cover potential COVID-19 related costs (quarantine, isolation, treatment).

St. Lucia

All travelers, including those from the bubble countries, must fill out a Travel Registration Form online and submit a negative COVID-19 test result taken within 7 days prior to departure.

All visitors must either confirm a reservation at a COVID-19 certified accommodation provider for the duration of their stay or pre-arranged stay at a government-operated quarantine facility

St. Maarten

They are required to pass a COVID-19 PCR test within 72 hours prior to arrival. They may be asked to retake the test upon arrival.

Tanzania

Visitors only need to take a PCR test up to 96 hours before departure and fill in the Traveler’s Health Surveillance Form within 24 hours before arrival.

Turkey

Turkey is open to American tourists with new entry requirements. All visitors must present proof of a negative PCR COVID-19 test within 72 hours prior to departure.

Anyone showing symptoms of having COVID-19 will be taken to a hospital for examination and will have to undergo a 14-day mandatory quarantine until they can produce a negative result.

Turks and Caicos

Turks and Caicos is another country open to American tourists in Caribbean waters.

Arrivals need to present proof of full vaccination for visitors 16 years of age and older..

A negative COVID-19 PCR test result or a negative rapid antigen test result is also needed.

The US Virgin Islands

U.S. Virgin Islands Commissioner of Tourism Joseph Boschulte has just clarified that American visitors to the U.S. Virgin Islands do not have to quarantine or submit a COVID-19 test on arrival or when coming back home because they are also part of the American soil.

For further information about this matter, click here.

Sri Lanka

All arrivals will need proof of a negative PCR COVID-19 test result and health insurance.

Effective January 1, 2022, all travelers to Sri Lanka (whether vaccinated or unvaccinated) must purchase COVID insurance, currently set at 12 USD/month.

Travel to Europe: A Reopening Timeline, Country by Country

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France Eases Coronavirus Lockdown

Most European countries are allowing Americans to enter on the condition they can show proof of vaccination. Some will also still accept a negative test result from unvaccinated travelers. In many countries, you may be asked to show proof of vaccination to enter a restaurant or check in to your hotel.

After the emergence of the Omicron variant in late 2021, many places have banned or restricted travel from Southern African countries and tightened entry requirements. However, in most countries, U.S. citizens are still allowed to enter. Every European country is handling the crisis differently, so read on to learn the latest travel requirements and lockdown conditions in each.

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Austria

U.S. citizens are allowed to enter Austria as long as they can show proof of vaccination (within 360 days) or a certificate of recovery confirming that the traveler has recovered from COVID-19 in the past few months. Travelers will also be required to take a PCR test before entry unless they can show proof of a booster shot. Unvaccinated travelers are required to show a negative test result and quarantine for 10 days. Before boarding, all passengers must complete the Pre-Travel-Clearance Form.

The Baltics

U.S. citizens are allowed to enter Estonia, Latvia, or Lithuania if they are fully vaccinated. Fully vaccinated travelers may enter any of these three countries for non-essential reasons without needing to quarantine. Unvaccinated travelers may enter Estonia or Latvia if they qualify for an exception, but will need to show a negative test and self-isolate for 10 days.

Belgium

The U.S. is again considered a “red zone” area and U.S. citizens may only enter Belgium with proof of vaccination and a PCR test taken within 72 hours or an antigen test taken within 36 hours. Unvaccinated travelers who qualify for an Essential Travel Certificate must quarantine for seven days. All travelers will be tested upon arrival and vaccinated travelers must self-isolate until a negative result is returned. A follow-up test on day seven is also required.

Bulgaria

The U.S. has been reclassified as a Red Zone country, which means travelers are only allowed to enter Bulgaria if they qualify for an exception. If so, they will be required to provide proof of vaccination, antibodies, or a negative PCR test. There is no requirement to quarantine.

Croatia

Tourists are allowed to enter Croatia, but they will need proof of vaccination (not older than 365 days), antibodies, or a negative PCR or antigen test. Any traveler who enters Croatia without these documents will be tested on arrival and must self-isolate until negative results come back. Travelers can upload their required documents before arrival on the Enter Croatia website.

Czech Republic

U.S. citizens must show a negative PCR test to enter the Czech Republic, regardless of vaccination status. Travelers who can show proof of receiving a booster shot will be exempt from the testing requirement. As of January 1, the government will consider a vaccination valid if the visitor is within nine months of their second dose. However, a booster shot extends the validity of vaccination indefinitely.

All travelers must also fill out a Personal Locator Form. Unvaccinated travelers will be tested on arrival and must self-isolate until negative results are returned.

Denmark

U.S. citizens will need a negative PCR test taken within 72 hours or an antigen test taken within 48 hours to enter Denmark, regardless of vaccination status. Exceptions will be made for children under 15 years old. Unvaccinated travelers will be tested upon arrival and required to self-isolate for 10 days.

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Finland

All travelers entering Finland must present a negative test taken within 48 hours, regardless of vaccination status. Unvaccinated travelers, except for children, are not allowed to enter Finland for tourism.

France

U.S. citizens are allowed to enter France with proof of vaccination, a negative test taken 48 hours before arrival, and a sworn statement they do not have symptoms. Unvaccinated travelers may be allowed to enter if they qualify for an exception, but they must supply a negative test taken within 48 hours and will also be required to quarantine for seven days.

An indoor and outdoor mask mandate is in place and every person in France is required to obtain a health pass to board an airplane or enter cafes, restaurants, and other businesses. For a fee of up to 36 Euros, tourists can obtain a health pass, or Pass Sanitaire, from a French pharmacy or doctor by showing proof of vaccination or a negative test. If showing a negative test, the pass is only good for 72 hours. As of December 15, any person over the age of 65 will need to have received a booster shot (to be taken between three and seven months after their last dose) to keep their health pass active. This rule applies to everyone over 18 years old.

Germany

Vaccinated travelers arriving from the U.S. are allowed to enter Germany as long as they can show proof of vaccination and a negative test taken within 72 hours. Any unvaccinated traveler who qualifies for an exception or any traveler coming from a virus-variant area must quarantine for 14 days, even if they have been vaccinated.

Greece

Greece has opened its doors to U.S. citizens, who will be allowed to enter with proof of vaccination and a negative PCR test taken within 72 hours. All international travelers are subject to random testing upon arrival in Greece and must complete the Passenger Locator Form. If you are selected for random testing, you must self-quarantine at your destination for 24 hours or until you receive a negative test result. Proof of vaccination is required to enter shops and restaurants, including outdoor cafes.

Hungary

U.S. citizens can now enter Hungary with a negative test taken within 72 hours. There is no requirement to quarantine.

Iceland

Only travelers who can prove they have been fully vaccinated are allowed to enter Iceland. Everyone will also need to pre-register their trip and show a negative test taken within 72 hours of departure and will be tested again on arrival, at no extra charge. Unvaccinated travelers who may be allowed to enter Iceland under an exemption will need to provide two negative tests—before and after arrival—and quarantine for at least five days.

Ireland

Vaccinated travelers no longer have to show a negative test to enter Ireland, but unvaccinated travelers must provide a PCR test taken within 72 hours of arrival. Before departure, everyone must fill out the Passenger Locator Form. Unvaccinated passengers that arrive without a negative test must quarantine at home and take a PCR test within 36 hours of entering Ireland.

Italy

U.S. citizens are allowed to enter Italy with proof of vaccination (or proof of recovery) and a negative PCR test taken within 72 hours. This will give the traveler a “green pass,” which exempts them from the required 10-day self-isolation. Before traveling to Italy, all passengers must also complete the EU Digital Passport Locator Form.

There are two levels to the green pass. The “basic green pass,” obtained with a negative test, is enough to stay in hotels and use public transportation. However, the “super green pass,” obtained with proof of vaccination, is necessary to dine indoors and visit cultural venues like museums. Until March 31, the super green pass will be necessary to stay in hotels and use public transportation from airplanes to trains and buses.

The Netherlands

Only U.S. citizens who can present proof of vaccination will be allowed to enter. They will also need a negative PCR or antigen test taken within 24 hours. There is no quarantine requirement for those who can show proof of vaccination or a negative test result.

Norway

Norway is allowing some travelers to enter as long as they complete the proper registration and produce proof of vaccination or a negative test taken within 24 hours of arrival. Unvaccinated travelers must get tested upon arrival. A 10-day quarantine is required for any traveler coming from red, dark red, and purple countries unless the individual can provide proof of vaccination. U.S. travelers are now allowed to enter Norway.

Poland

All U.S. citizens are allowed to enter Poland, but proof of vaccination and a negative PCR test taken within 24 hours will be required to enter. Unvaccinated travelers may enter, but in addition to providing a negative test result, they will also have to quarantine for 10 or 14 days depending on whether they are arriving from a Schengen Area country.

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Portugal

U.S. citizens are allowed to enter Portugal for tourism if they can show a negative test taken within 72 hours of boarding or proof of vaccination. As of January 10, masks are required indoors and a negative rapid test or proof of vaccination will be required to enter restaurants and check into a hotel. A negative rapid test or proof of receiving a booster shot will also be necessary to enter bars and large events.

Romania

U.S. citizens are allowed to enter Romania, but all travelers will be required to present a negative PCR test taken within 48 hours of departure. If no test is presented, fully vaccinated travelers must quarantine for 5 days and unvaccinated travelers must quarantine for 10 days. A green pass proving vaccination will be required to access most businesses in Romania.

Russia

U.S. citizens are now allowed to enter Russia. Everyone traveling to Russia will be required to present a negative PCR test taken within the previous three days of their arrival with no requirement to quarantine.

Serbia

U.S. citizens are allowed to enter Serbia with a negative PCR test taken within 48 hours, regardless of vaccination status. However, there’s no need to quarantine.

Spain

U.S. and British citizens can only enter Spain if they can show proof of vaccination. All travelers coming from approved countries are asked to complete a health control form online, which will give them the QR code they will need to show upon entry in Spain in addition to undergoing a health check. No quarantine is required.

Sweden

U.S. citizens may enter Sweden, but they will need to show a negative test taken within 48 hours and proof of vaccination or recovery from COVID-19. Unvaccinated travelers must qualify for an exception to enter Sweden but there is no quarantine requirement.

Switzerland

U.S. citizens may enter Switzerland if they can show proof of vaccination and a negative PCR test. No quarantine is necessary, but everyone will need to complete a second antigen or PCR test between their fourth and seventh day in Switzerland.

All travelers must also complete the entry form before checking into their flight. Tourists in Switzerland will need to obtain and show a Swiss digital vaccine certificate to enter restaurants, museums, and other businesses.

Turkey

Turkey has reopened its borders to travelers from many countries, including the U.S. All passengers traveling to Turkey will undergo a health exam upon arrival and must provide proof of vaccination. Travelers under the age of 12 will need a negative PCR test taken within 72 hours before departure. Travelers from the UK will need to show a negative test regardless of vaccination status and anyone who has visited a high-risk country like Brazil or South Africa within 14 days before entering Turkey will be required to quarantine for 14 days.

Ukraine

U.S. citizens are allowed to enter Ukraine if they can show proof of vaccination or a negative test taken within 72 hours, plus proof of health insurance. Only unvaccinated travelers who do not produce a negative test before entry will be required to quarantine for 10 days.

United Kingdom

All travelers must complete the Passenger Locator Form before departing for the UK. Fully vaccinated travelers may enter the UK without a test, but they will still be required to get tested on arrival by either booking a PCR or antigen test or purchasing an at-home test. They must self-isolate until the results come back negative.

Unvaccinated travelers may be eligible to enter the UK, but they must show a negative PCR test taken within 72 hours before departure self-quarantine for 10 days. They will need to take follow-up tests on the second and eighth days of their quarantine period.

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Travel to Europe: A Reopening Timeline, Country by Country

Jamie Ditaranto is a freelance journalist, photographer, and full-time traveler. Before writing for TripSavvy, Jamie was the Editor of Video and Content for SmarterTravel.com, where she sought to share unique travel experiences like barge cruising in France and sleeping in centuries-old Japanese inns.

France Eases Coronavirus Lockdown

Most European countries are allowing Americans to enter on the condition they can show proof of vaccination. Some will also still accept a negative test result from unvaccinated travelers. In many countries, you may be asked to show proof of vaccination to enter a restaurant or check in to your hotel.

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After the emergence of the Omicron variant in late 2021, many places have banned or restricted travel from Southern African countries and tightened entry requirements. However, in most countries, U.S. citizens are still allowed to enter. Every European country is handling the crisis differently, so read on to learn the latest travel requirements and lockdown conditions in each.

Austria

U.S. citizens are allowed to enter Austria as long as they can show proof of vaccination (within 360 days) or a certificate of recovery confirming that the traveler has recovered from COVID-19 in the past few months. Travelers will also be required to take a PCR test before entry unless they can show proof of a booster shot. Unvaccinated travelers are required to show a negative test result and quarantine for 10 days. Before boarding, all passengers must complete the Pre-Travel-Clearance Form.

The Baltics

U.S. citizens are allowed to enter Estonia, Latvia, or Lithuania if they are fully vaccinated. Fully vaccinated travelers may enter any of these three countries for non-essential reasons without needing to quarantine. Unvaccinated travelers may enter Estonia or Latvia if they qualify for an exception, but will need to show a negative test and self-isolate for 10 days.

Belgium

The U.S. is again considered a “red zone” area and U.S. citizens may only enter Belgium with proof of vaccination and a PCR test taken within 72 hours or an antigen test taken within 36 hours. Unvaccinated travelers who qualify for an Essential Travel Certificate must quarantine for seven days. All travelers will be tested upon arrival and vaccinated travelers must self-isolate until a negative result is returned. A follow-up test on day seven is also required.

Bulgaria

The U.S. has been reclassified as a Red Zone country, which means travelers are only allowed to enter Bulgaria if they qualify for an exception. If so, they will be required to provide proof of vaccination, antibodies, or a negative PCR test. There is no requirement to quarantine.

Croatia

Tourists are allowed to enter Croatia, but they will need proof of vaccination (not older than 365 days), antibodies, or a negative PCR or antigen test. Any traveler who enters Croatia without these documents will be tested on arrival and must self-isolate until negative results come back. Travelers can upload their required documents before arrival on the Enter Croatia website.

Czech Republic

U.S. citizens must show a negative PCR test to enter the Czech Republic, regardless of vaccination status. Travelers who can show proof of receiving a booster shot will be exempt from the testing requirement. As of January 1, the government will consider a vaccination valid if the visitor is within nine months of their second dose. However, a booster shot extends the validity of vaccination indefinitely.

All travelers must also fill out a Personal Locator Form. Unvaccinated travelers will be tested on arrival and must self-isolate until negative results are returned.

Denmark

U.S. citizens will need a negative PCR test taken within 72 hours or an antigen test taken within 48 hours to enter Denmark, regardless of vaccination status. Exceptions will be made for children under 15 years old. Unvaccinated travelers will be tested upon arrival and required to self-isolate for 10 days.

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Finland

All travelers entering Finland must present a negative test taken within 48 hours, regardless of vaccination status. Unvaccinated travelers, except for children, are not allowed to enter Finland for tourism.

France

U.S. citizens are allowed to enter France with proof of vaccination, a negative test taken 48 hours before arrival, and a sworn statement they do not have symptoms. Unvaccinated travelers may be allowed to enter if they qualify for an exception, but they must supply a negative test taken within 48 hours and will also be required to quarantine for seven days.

An indoor and outdoor mask mandate is in place and every person in France is required to obtain a health pass to board an airplane or enter cafes, restaurants, and other businesses. For a fee of up to 36 Euros, tourists can obtain a health pass, or Pass Sanitaire, from a French pharmacy or doctor by showing proof of vaccination or a negative test. If showing a negative test, the pass is only good for 72 hours. As of December 15, any person over the age of 65 will need to have received a booster shot (to be taken between three and seven months after their last dose) to keep their health pass active. This rule applies to everyone over 18 years old.

Germany

Vaccinated travelers arriving from the U.S. are allowed to enter Germany as long as they can show proof of vaccination and a negative test taken within 72 hours. Any unvaccinated traveler who qualifies for an exception or any traveler coming from a virus-variant area must quarantine for 14 days, even if they have been vaccinated.

Greece

Greece has opened its doors to U.S. citizens, who will be allowed to enter with proof of vaccination and a negative PCR test taken within 72 hours. All international travelers are subject to random testing upon arrival in Greece and must complete the Passenger Locator Form. If you are selected for random testing, you must self-quarantine at your destination for 24 hours or until you receive a negative test result. Proof of vaccination is required to enter shops and restaurants, including outdoor cafes.

Hungary

U.S. citizens can now enter Hungary with a negative test taken within 72 hours. There is no requirement to quarantine.

Iceland

Only travelers who can prove they have been fully vaccinated are allowed to enter Iceland. Everyone will also need to pre-register their trip and show a negative test taken within 72 hours of departure and will be tested again on arrival, at no extra charge. Unvaccinated travelers who may be allowed to enter Iceland under an exemption will need to provide two negative tests—before and after arrival—and quarantine for at least five days.

Ireland

Vaccinated travelers no longer have to show a negative test to enter Ireland, but unvaccinated travelers must provide a PCR test taken within 72 hours of arrival. Before departure, everyone must fill out the Passenger Locator Form. Unvaccinated passengers that arrive without a negative test must quarantine at home and take a PCR test within 36 hours of entering Ireland.

Italy

U.S. citizens are allowed to enter Italy with proof of vaccination (or proof of recovery) and a negative PCR test taken within 72 hours. This will give the traveler a “green pass,” which exempts them from the required 10-day self-isolation. Before traveling to Italy, all passengers must also complete the EU Digital Passport Locator Form.

There are two levels to the green pass. The “basic green pass,” obtained with a negative test, is enough to stay in hotels and use public transportation. However, the “super green pass,” obtained with proof of vaccination, is necessary to dine indoors and visit cultural venues like museums. Until March 31, the super green pass will be necessary to stay in hotels and use public transportation from airplanes to trains and buses.

The Netherlands

Only U.S. citizens who can present proof of vaccination will be allowed to enter. They will also need a negative PCR or antigen test taken within 24 hours. There is no quarantine requirement for those who can show proof of vaccination or a negative test result.

Norway

Norway is allowing some travelers to enter as long as they complete the proper registration and produce proof of vaccination or a negative test taken within 24 hours of arrival. Unvaccinated travelers must get tested upon arrival. A 10-day quarantine is required for any traveler coming from red, dark red, and purple countries unless the individual can provide proof of vaccination. U.S. travelers are now allowed to enter Norway.

Poland

All U.S. citizens are allowed to enter Poland, but proof of vaccination and a negative PCR test taken within 24 hours will be required to enter. Unvaccinated travelers may enter, but in addition to providing a negative test result, they will also have to quarantine for 10 or 14 days depending on whether they are arriving from a Schengen Area country.

Portugal Impacted By Coronavirus

Portugal

U.S. citizens are allowed to enter Portugal for tourism if they can show a negative test taken within 72 hours of boarding or proof of vaccination. As of January 10, masks are required indoors and a negative rapid test or proof of vaccination will be required to enter restaurants and check into a hotel. A negative rapid test or proof of receiving a booster shot will also be necessary to enter bars and large events.

Romania

U.S. citizens are allowed to enter Romania, but all travelers will be required to present a negative PCR test taken within 48 hours of departure. If no test is presented, fully vaccinated travelers must quarantine for 5 days and unvaccinated travelers must quarantine for 10 days. A green pass proving vaccination will be required to access most businesses in Romania.

Russia

U.S. citizens are now allowed to enter Russia. Everyone traveling to Russia will be required to present a negative PCR test taken within the previous three days of their arrival with no requirement to quarantine.

Serbia

U.S. citizens are allowed to enter Serbia with a negative PCR test taken within 48 hours, regardless of vaccination status. However, there’s no need to quarantine.

Spain

U.S. and British citizens can only enter Spain if they can show proof of vaccination. All travelers coming from approved countries are asked to complete a health control form online, which will give them the QR code they will need to show upon entry in Spain in addition to undergoing a health check. No quarantine is required.

Sweden

U.S. citizens may enter Sweden, but they will need to show a negative test taken within 48 hours and proof of vaccination or recovery from COVID-19. Unvaccinated travelers must qualify for an exception to enter Sweden but there is no quarantine requirement.

Switzerland

U.S. citizens may enter Switzerland if they can show proof of vaccination and a negative PCR test. No quarantine is necessary, but everyone will need to complete a second antigen or PCR test between their fourth and seventh day in Switzerland.

All travelers must also complete the entry form before checking into their flight. Tourists in Switzerland will need to obtain and show a Swiss digital vaccine certificate to enter restaurants, museums, and other businesses.

Turkey

Turkey has reopened its borders to travelers from many countries, including the U.S. All passengers traveling to Turkey will undergo a health exam upon arrival and must provide proof of vaccination. Travelers under the age of 12 will need a negative PCR test taken within 72 hours before departure. Travelers from the UK will need to show a negative test regardless of vaccination status and anyone who has visited a high-risk country like Brazil or South Africa within 14 days before entering Turkey will be required to quarantine for 14 days.

Ukraine

U.S. citizens are allowed to enter Ukraine if they can show proof of vaccination or a negative test taken within 72 hours, plus proof of health insurance. Only unvaccinated travelers who do not produce a negative test before entry will be required to quarantine for 10 days.

United Kingdom

All travelers must complete the Passenger Locator Form before departing for the UK. Fully vaccinated travelers may enter the UK without a test, but they will still be required to get tested on arrival by either booking a PCR or antigen test or purchasing an at-home test. They must self-isolate until the results come back negative.

Unvaccinated travelers may be eligible to enter the UK, but they must show a negative PCR test taken within 72 hours before departure self-quarantine for 10 days. They will need to take follow-up tests on the second and eighth days of their quarantine period.

TripSavvy uses only high-quality, trusted sources, including peer-reviewed studies, to support the facts within our articles. Read our editorial policy to learn more about how we keep our content accurate, reliable and trustworthy.

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U.S. Embassy in Estonia. “ COVID-19 Information.” January 14, 2022.

U.S. Embassy in Latvia. “COVID-19 Information.” December 4, 2021.

U.S. Embassy in Lithuania. “COVID-19 Information.” December 30, 2021.

U.S. Embassy in Belgium. “COVID-19 Information.” January 10, 2022.

U.S. Embassy in Croatia. “COVID-19 Information.” January 10, 2022.

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