A Country-By-Country Guide For Americans Travelling To Europe



Travel to Albania


U.S. travelers are welcome with no testing or quarantine requirements.


There is, however, a curfew from 10 p.m. to 6 a.m., and masks are required in indoor public spaces for anyone over the age of 11. Travelers should take note that noncompliance for mask wearing can result in a fine.


Travel to Austria


Travelers must present a certificate of vaccination, certificate of recovery or a negative Covid-19 test result: either a PCR test taken 72 hours before arrival or an antigen test taken 28 hours before arrival. If none of those can be provided, the traveler must take a Covid test in Austria within 24 hours of arrival, at their own expense, and register using a pre-travel clearance form.


masks must be worn inside hotels, museums, restaurants and public transportation; however, restrictions are to be eased starting July 1.


Travel to Belgium


Travel to Belgium for tourism without proof vaccination or negative Covid test.


Arriving visitors must present a passenger locator form within 48 hours of arrival. As these policies are subject to change without notice, U.S. residents are encouraged to contact their airline or their local Belgian embassy.


Travel to Croatia


Visitors need proof of vaccination; a negative PCR test no older than 72 hours or an antigen test no older than 48 hours; or of proof of recovery from a Covid infection.


Also, tourists are required to book and pay in full for accommodations in advance of arrival and have documents to prove it.


Masks are required indoors and on public transportation, and nightclubs are closed.


Travel to the Czech Republic


Traveling to the Czech Republic need a negative PCR test 72 hours or fewer or a negative antigen test 48 hours or fewer before the start of their first flight. They also need to fill in and and present a passenger locator form.


In order to check into a hotel, go to a restaurant or shop or sightsee indoors, all visitors need to present a negative test result, proof of vaccination or medical proof of recovery from Covid-19 in the last 180 days.


Travelers should also pack KN95 or FFP2 masks (called "respirators"), which may be required for some activities.


Travel to Denmark


Open to American travelers, regardless of vaccination status.


Fully vaccinated visitors (Moderna, Pfizer, AstraZeneca or Johnson & Johnson) from the U.S. can enter Denmark for tourism without testing or quarantine requirements if they present proof of vaccination and at least two weeks have passed since their final dose.


Unvaccinated visitors must present a Covid test upon arrival but are not required to quarantine.


The U.S. Embassy in Denmark notes that entry rules for the country change frequently and with little notice, so visitors are encouraged to monitor the Danish government's Covid-19 information page for updates.


Travel to Finland


To be eligible, travelers must present proof of vaccination 14 days prior to arrival or proof of recovery from Covid-19 within six months of arrival.


No further mandatory tests are required for visitors who meet either of these conditions. Other travelers must present a certificate of a negative Covid-19 test taken before entering Finland and take a Covid-19 test three to five days after arrival. They must quarantine while waiting for the negative test result.


Children born in 2005 or later are not required to take part in a health examination or a Covid-19 test.

For the latest information on entry requirements, see the country's Covid-specific site.


Travel to France


Open to vaccinated and unvaccinated American travelers. Unvaccinated travelers need to present a negative PCR test of less than 72 hours or a negative antigen test of less than 48 before boarding. Fully vaccinated travelers with a Pfizer, AstraZeneca, Moderna and Janssen vaccine can enter without the need to undergo tests.


Indoor dining and other restrictions have been eased, and the curfew has been pushed back to 11 p.m. Masks are required in public venues, and fines may be levied for noncompliance.


For more entry specifics, visit the Foreign Ministry site and click on "Can I Enter France."


Travel to Germany


Proof of vaccination, proof of recovery from Covid-19 (a positive PCR test result must be at least 28 days but not more than six months old) or results of a negative test taken no more than 72 hours (no more than 48 hours if using a rapid antigen test) is required for entry for all visitors age six or older.


Travel to Greece


Visitors must provide proof of vaccination or a negative Covid PCR test.


Children 5 and younger can enter without restrictions when accompanied by adults who meet the requirements.