Where has no Covid restrictions in Europe?

As of 11 February, the UK have removed testing for vaccinated travelers arriving into the country and there are no more masks rules in England giving way for a new normal.

With the half-term and Easter holidays coming up this February and April, more people are looking to book a holiday abroad for a change of pace and scenery. Families, couples and individual holiday trips have proved more difficult in the tail end of the pandemic with different rules applying to different nations.

Nations in the world that allow for visitors without any restrictions include Mexico, El Salvador and Costa Rica.

But which nations within continental Europe will open their gates for travelers without any restrictions?

Where can I travel to without any restrictions in Europe?

The Channel Islands have recently axed all of their Covid restrictions, including isolations, tests and pre-travel forms for visitors regardless of vaccination status .

These islands include Jersey, who made the change in January, and Guernsey, who listed restrictions yesterday on Thursday 17 February.

Alderney, being part of Guernsey, is now easier to visit.

The islands are located in the English Channel off the coast of France and in northwestern Europe.

Where can I go on holiday in Europe in 2022 without testing?

Denmark have also regulated their rules so that if you are a fully vaccinated traveller then you do not need to be tested before departing to arrive there, and are not required to isolate.

If you are also able to provide proof of a previous Covid infection, then you can enter Denmark without a Covid test or having to isolate since 1 February.

Switzerland have also said that fully vaccinated travelers do not need to be tested before entering the country. They do require, however, proof of vaccination that is accepted through the UK’s version but it must not be from a screenshot or photo. All travelers then only need to fill in an entry form on arrival.

It is still compulsory to wear a face mask in enclosed settings in Switzerland, where as this is optional in Denmark, similar to the UK.

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