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  • Northern Ireland: All tourism accommodation and hospitality venues can reopen: this includes shared facilities at campsites and caravan parks.

  • England: Holidays in England are allowed from 12th April. Holiday accommodation can open from the 17th of May.

  • Wales: All holiday accommodation (including campsites with shared facilities) has been allowed to reopen since 17th May. There are currently no restrictions on travelling to Wales if you are within the Common Travel Area (UK, the Channel Islands, the Isle of Man and Republic of Ireland) unless you have been outside it within the previous 10 days. There are other rules for arriving from elsewhere.

  • Scotland: Tourist accommodation was allowed to open from 26th April. Restrictions have been eased.





Government’s Recovery Strategy

Department for the Economy - Northern Ireland

Welsh Government

Scottish Government




  • Campsites and holiday parks are open.
  • Indoor restaurants and bars are open but proof of vaccination (or recovery from COVID-19 in the past 6 months) is required to access indoor services.






Irish Government





  • Since the 9th of June, cafés and restaurants have reopened indoors, as well as swimming pools and gyms, and the curfew has been lifted.
  • Campsites and holiday parks can accommodate guests in compliance with health regulations.

  • A "COVID-19 health pass" (proof of full vaccination or negative PCR or antibody test result) is compulsory for access to:  

  1. Campsites with facilities that can hold 50 or more people for guests 12 and over 
  2. Campsites with facilities that can hold less than 50 people for guests 12 and over 






French Government





  • The classification system based on 4 areas of risk - identified with different colours: white, yellow, orange and red - remains in force throughout the national territory. 
    View the current classification of each region and the restrictive measures in place (link available only in Italian and continuously updating).
  • As of 6th August, a COVID certificate (also called “green pass”) will be mandatory to access certain indoors services and activities, such as bars and restaurants, sports events, concerts, fairs, spas, theme and amusement parks, museums, cinemas, and theatres, as well as to travel between high-risk areas (classified as orange or red zones) within the country.

  • Campsites and hotels are open everywhere as long as they comply with safety regulations set by the autonomous regions and provinces.
  • Stays in campsites: green pass NOT required.
  • Access to campsites' bars and restaurants: green pass NOT required for the campsites’ guests.
  • Access to campsites' indoors swimming pools, gyms and spas: green pass REQUIRED for everyone from 6th August.








Italian government


Ministry of Health


Italian Tourism Official Website






  • Tourists and foreign travellers from countries where the health risks are similar to or lower than in the Netherlands, can enter the country.

  • You must present a digital COVID certificate (proof of vaccination, proof of recovery or a negative test result) and a health declaration.

  • Campsites and holiday parks can accommodate guests in compliance with health regulations.

  • All swimming pools, wellness centres, zoos, amusement parks, theatres, cinemas and museums are open, as are restaurants and cafes. However, to attend an event or activity, you need to show your digital COVID certificate.











Government on visiting the Netherlands from abroad





  • Regional governments are in charge of implementing their own restrictions to control the pandemic. Regulations vary according to each region.

  • Spain has started accepting EU Digital COVID certificates from 1 July 2021. You can find more information on how they work here.

  • Depending on the country of origin, the requirements to travel to Spain may vary. Please, check here the entry requirements.
  • All travellers must fill in an online form before entering Spain.







Spanish government

Mandatory online form to enter Spain






  • In Germany, the federal governments are responsible for COVID regulations. All rules and restrictions are based on the seven-day incidence in the region. A collection of links to the websites of all federal governments is available here. Many websites are also available in English, some in French.
  • In all states, the use of face masks in closed public spaces and public transport as well as a social distance of 5ft apply. 

  • Tourist accommodation, restaurants and bars are currently open everywhere but can only be entered with proof of a valid Digital COVID Certificate. Detailed tourist information on the specific regulations according to state can be found on this website (available in German only).

  • Travellers are advised to check the current regulations in their desired holiday destination before booking.

  • Entry from abroad: All travellers need to carry a proof of vaccination, recovery or negative test result of COVID. Travellers also need to fill the digital registration form before entering and abide by the rules of local authorities. More information on entry regulations is available on this website.



Touristic accommodation currently open in all federal states for travellers with a valid COVID Certificate




Federal Government