Traveling to Austria and going on holiday is possible again
Corona update Austria
Due to the improved situation in Austria, the color code has been changed to green. Traveling to Austria and going on holiday is therefore possible again.
In Austria, a number of measures are still in force:
- People who have been vaccinated no longer need to do a PCR test. After a stay in Austria, you do not need to show a negative PCR test result before returning to the Netherlands. You must have a vaccination certificate to prove this.
- People who have not yet been vaccinated are allowed to travel to Austria. You must have a negative PCR test result with you that is not more than 72 hours old.
- There is no longer a quarantine obligation in Austria.
- You do not have to go into quarantine when you return from Austria.
- A negative PCR test (not older than 72 hours and does not apply to people who have been vaccinated) are mandatory when entering accommodations, restaurants, etc.
- A PCR test in Austria is free for tourists. At accommodations and catering there is the possibility to do a self-test.
To enter Austria, the following so-called 3-G conditions apply to Dutch guests. This applies from the age of 13 years and older:
You must have a negative PCR test not older than 72 hours with an English/German travel certificate. Please note that you will not receive such a certificate from the GGD.
A medical statement that you have recovered from a COVID-19 infection in the past 6 months. This statement must be drawn up in English/German.
You must have been vaccinated at least 22 days ago with at least your first vaccine with an EMA approved vaccine (Pfizer/BioNTech, Moderna, Janssen or AstraZeneca).
Detailed information can be found on the website of the Austrian Embassy in The Hague: