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The European Union has held numerous meetings to determine the safest way to resume free movement between member countries, and thus reactivate the economy, especially in countries that depend on tourism such as Spain and Portugal. We already mentioned in previous posts that the President of the Government Pedro Sánchez has declared that to come to Spain these people have a free pass:

  • Tourists from the UK.
  • European citizens with the full dose of their vaccine.
  • Tourists from third countries have all the doses of the vaccines accepted by the European Union.

But what about tourists who want to travel from Spain to other destinations in the European Union? Next, we present a comparative table of the countries that you can visit as a tourist and the conditions required in each one.

https://www.medmesafe.com/test-antigen-covid-19Conditions for travelers, updated on June 7, 2021

Germany: Accepts PCR test for no older than 72 hours or antigen test no older than 48 hours. Once you land in the country, you must comply with a 10-day quarantine, which can be reduced to 5 if a PCR that gives a negative result is carried out. People with a valid vaccination certificate are exempt from testing.

Austria: Accepts PCR test for no older than 72 hours or antigen test no older than 48 hours. They should not quarantine upon arrival. People with a valid vaccination certificate are exempt from testing.

Belgium: Only accepts the PCR test as a certificate to travel, valid for a maximum of 72 hours, you must quarantine upon arrival, it can only be reduced in case of a negative PCR test on the 5th day.

Bulgaria: Certificate of vaccination with the last dose of the vaccine administered at least 14 days before or a PCR test of no more than 72 hours.

Cyprus: PCR test no older than 72 hours or complete vaccination certificate for the case of AstraZeneca, Pfizer, Moderna, and Sputnik.

Croatia: They must present a complete vaccination certificate, at least 14 days after the last dose. If not, a PCR test of no older than 72 hours or an antigen test of no older than 48 hours can be performed. If they do not have any, they will be able to take the test upon arrival in the country, but they will have to wait in quarantine for the result.

Denmark: They accept a PCR test for no older than 72 hours or antigen test for no older than 48 hours from its completion, also the complete vaccination certificate. Children under 12 years of age are exempt from these tests.

Slovakia: A PCR test for no older than 72 hours or antigen test for no older than 48 hours. People who do not present a complete vaccination certificate must keep quarantine for 14 days, with the option to cut it on day 8 by doing a PCR test.

Slovenia: Travelers who present a valid vaccination certificate are exempt from submitting a PCR test. An antigen test is not accepted, it must be a PCR test no more than 48 hours after it has been performed.

Estonia: Does not accept an antigen test, it must be a PCR test not more than 72 hours old. Compulsory quarantine must be complied with if at the time of travel the incidence of the country exceeds 150 people per one hundred thousand inhabitants.

Finland: They accept the vaccination certificate even if it is only the first dose, with 21 days since it was received. If they have not been vaccinated, they can carry out a PCR test of no more than 72 hours, and they must keep 14 days of quarantine.

https://www.medmesafe.com/pcr-centrosFrance: Accepts PCR test or antigen test, with less than 72 hours from its completion.

Greece: Accepts the complete vaccination certificate (at least 14 days before), or a PCR test no older than 72 hours performed.
 
Hungary: Does not accept tourists at the moment.
 
Ireland: Receive the vaccination certificate with the full doses (7 days before for Pfizer, 14 for Moderna and Janssen, and 15 for Oxford AstraZeneca). In case of not being vaccinated, a PCR test no older than 72 hours must be submitted and a 14-day quarantine, which can be reduced to 5 if a PCR is performed on-site.
 
Italy: It does not require quarantine and accepts both tests PCR and antigen, with a maximum of 48 hours from its completion.
 
Latvia: Does not accept tourists at the moment.
 
Lithuania: A PCR test no older than 72 hours must be submitted and a 10-day quarantine must be carried out, reducible to 7 if a PCR is performed on-site.
 
Luxembourg: Accepts tourists with PCR or antigen testing performed no more than 72 hours before.
 
Malta: Receive the vaccination certificate in English or translated into Maltese. If not vaccinated, a PCR or antigen test of no more than 72 hours must be presented. If you do not submit any of these requirements, you must quarantine for 14 days.
 
Norway: Does not accept tourists at the moment.
 
The Netherlands: They must present a PCR test with less than 24 hours of validity, if this is not possible, they must carry out a PCR test with no more than 72 hours of validity and an antigen test of no more than 24 hours of validity. They must quarantine for 10 days, except for those who fly from the Canary or the Balearic Islands.
 
Poland: Present complete vaccination certificate in English or translated into Polish. Otherwise, a PCR or antigen test no more than 48 hours.
 
Portugal: To travel by air, a PCR test of no more than 72 hours must be submitted, the land borders between Spain and Portugal are not requesting a PCR test.
 
United Kingdom: They must present a negative PCR test certificate, no more than 72 hours after it is done. Keep quarantine for 10 days, and likewise, perform 2 more PCR tests, 1 on day 2 of quarantine and day 8.

https://www.medmesafe.com/test-antigen-covid-19 
Romania: They do not ask for any test if you travel from Spain.
 
Sweden: Closed to tourists until June 30.
 
Switzerland: Present the certificate of a PCR test of no more than 72 hours.

 Source: https://elpais.com/elpais/2021/05/28/paco_nadal/1622198970_425275.html

At medmesafe, we ​​place at your disposal a network of certified laboratories to carry out your PCR Test (throughout Spain), Home PCR Test, Rapid Antibody Test, and Rapid Antigen Test by contacting us through the following form.

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