European countries have agreed on a coordinated approach to facilitate free movement of travelers in response to the coronavirus pandemic.
As from 1 July 2021, the list of non-European Union countries for which restrictions on non-essential travel advised to be lifted regardless of vaccination status is the following:
- Bosnia and Herzegovina;
- Brunei Darussalam;
- New Zealand;
- Republic of Moldova;
- Republic of North Macedonia;
- Saudi Arabia;
- South Korea;
- United States of America;
- China, subject to confirmation of reciprocity.
Kindly note that the entry requirement may still vary from country to country. Please refer to the official website Re-Open EU where you can find specific information for each country.
We hope to welcome you to Europe again soon!
You can also check the links below with up-to-date national information.
Disclaimer: The information on this page is not exhaustive. It is based on the latest publicly available information. While the European Travel Commission seeks to keep the information contained in this page up to date, we take no responsibility of any kind, express or implied, about the completeness and accuracy of the information provided or individual decisions based thereon.