Quarantine-free travel to Austria
From 1st June, visitors from safe countries (those with low incidence rates of infection) and EU nations, including Croatia, Cyprus, Lithuania, the Netherlands, and Sweden are allowed entry into Austria without the need to quarantine. All travellers into the country will need to provide either a vaccination certificate, proof of past positive infection of COVID-19, or a negative test. If visitors do not have any of the above certification they will be required to take a PCR or rapid antigen test within 24 hours of arrival into the country and embark on 10 days of quarantine. However, isolation can end on day 5 if a new negative test result is provided.
In addition, all travellers entering Austria must register in advance for a Pre-Travel Clearance (PTC) certificate.
Uncover medieval Austria
Grand palaces, medieval fortresses, and villages crammed with Baroque architecture, Austria has a rich history begging to be explored. Venture out to the lesser known regions and discover gems like Feldkirch, a charming medieval town in the western region of Vorarlberg, and the alpine town of Kitzbühel in the Tyrol, which have their own diverse local history.