Luxembourg’s guidelines for air visitors
From the 13th June 2021, visitors travelling by air to the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, regardless of nationality, must present either a certificate of vaccination, a certificate of recovery, or a negative COVID-19 test taken less than 72 hours prior to travelling to be allowed into the country. This rule applies to all travellers aged 12 and over.
Holders of the EU Digital COVID certificates (EUDCC) are allowed entry into the country without being subject to testing or quarantine restrictions, providing the certificate contains proof of approved vaccination:, such as Pfizer, Moderna, AstraZeneca or Johnson & Johnson (Janssen), a recovery certificate not older than 180 days, or a negative PCR or Rapid antigen test taken 72 hours prior to arrival.
Children aged 12 and over must hold a full vaccination certificate or provide a negative PCR test before entry into Malta. Children aged 11 and under do not have to provide a vaccination certificate, however, those aged between five and 12 must show a negative PCR test and be accompanied by a fully vaccinated adult. Children under five remain exempt.
Discover the rugged, natural charms of Mullerthal, known as the Little Switzerland of Luxembourg
Luxembourg is home to a rich variety of verdant forests, prehistoric rock formations and rushing rivers and waterfalls. With more than a hundred kilometres of well-planned hiking trails, Luxembourg’s Little Switzerland region is the perfect place to get away from it all. Along the hiking trails, discover Luxembourg’s medieval heritage through its towns and villages such as Echternach, a picturesque town on the banks of the Sûre River, and visit the 11th-century ruins of Beaufort Castle. A region renowned for its abundant natural attractions, Little Switzerland is less crowded than other popular hiking destinations making it ideal for an off-the-beaten track adventure.