With various EU Member States starting to lift restrictions on non-essential travel into the EU as of 1st July, the European Commission has launched an online platform with information covering the situation at borders, travel restrictions, public health and safety measures.
“The European Union, and all of its member states, are planning for a safe re-opening of Europe. While protecting the public health remains our priority, we want everyone to enjoy their holidays, to reunite with family and friends, and to be able to travel for any purpose.”
“This interactive tool provides you with the information that you need to confidently plan your European travel and holidays, while staying healthy and safe. The information is frequently updated and available in 24 languages for your convenience,” the European Commission states.
Starting yesterday, restrictions on non-essential travel into the EU for residents of Algeria, Australia, Canada, Georgia, Japan, Montenegro, Morocco, New Zealand, Rwanda, Serbia, South Korea, Thailand, Tunisia, Uruguay and China, are starting to be lifted, subject to confirmation of reciprocity.