Travel restrictions in Europe. List of European countries with travel restrictions.
UPDATE June 4, 2021: Romania has updated the red, yellow, green lists. The Netherlands, Sweden, Latvia are on the yellow list, and Croatia, Cyprus, Turkey, Switzerland are on the green list! Britain has been relegated to the red list!
UPDATE May 27, 2021: Romania has updated the red, yellow, green lists. Cyprus, Croatia, Belgium, Slovenia are on the yellow list; Italy, Germany, Austria and Spain are on the green list!
Update April 22, 2021: Romania's yellow list was updated on April 22, 2021. According to the list, they entered Greece, Qatar, Maldives, Peru, Paraguay, Lithuania, Argentina, Czech Republic, Colombia, Latvia, Mongolia, Iran, Oman, Maldives, Germany, Canada, Switzerland, Georgia, Azerbaijan, United States and Costa Rica. Countries and regions such as Republic of Moldova, Monaco, Isle of Man they will turn green.
List of European countries with travel restrictions
Below is a table of European countries that apply restrictive measures to travel from other countries. It should be noted that the situation changes from day to day and even from one hour to another. Some restrictions apply uniformly, others apply differently. Each country takes action individually and there are a number of exceptions.
Best of all, before you plan your trip, inform yourself thoroughly for the present and possibly see the trends in the near future.
We compiled the information from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, from the websites of the authorities in each country, from the IATA website.
List of European countries with restrictions for Romania
European states that, in the context of COVID-19, impose restrictions for citizens coming from Romania:
More information on MAE.ro website!
* The information presented is valid on the date of publication of the article. It is for information purposes, without having a legal basis in decision making. We recommend that you also document yourself from official government sources such as the site www.mae.ro or from the websites of the government institutions of the countries you want to travel to!
That being said, travel responsibly and be informed. Do not forget to wear a mask, to sanitize your hands and to respect all the measures taken to fight the pandemic by each area, region, territory, country.