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Travel to Germany

How to travel to Germany (date: 13.07.2021)

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, there are several restrictions in place for entry into Germany from many countries. The restrictions change regularly, based on the developments of the pandemic in each country.

For information on entry restrictions, testing and quarantine regulation in Germany, you can always check here:


PLEASE BE AWARE: Starting on Sunday, 1 August 2021 a new travel ordinance will be in place:

EVERY person traveling to Germany will be required to take either a PCR or antibody test for Covid-19

If you show proof for full-vaccination status, or that you have had and recovered from Covid-19, you are not required to take a test

Variant of concern area: you must have a negative Covid-19 test even if you have proof of full-vaccination status or recovery of Covid-19

If you have visited a risk area, a high incidence area or a variant of concern area in the last 10 days before your travel to Germany you are required to complete the Digital Registration on Entry:

Germany: Digital Registration on Entry

Based on the classification of the country you are entering from (risk area, high incidence area or variant of concern area) you need to follow different rules and obligations on proof of testing, recovery or vaccination).

Please check here for the classification of your country:

Please check here for the rules that apply to you:

Further information in other languages:

You can easily check the basics of regulations applying to you by completing the first steps of the Digital Registration on Entry:

If you need help or have questions, you can contact Lena:

Important: Those entering the country by ✈️ PLANE need to observe the basic obligation of proof of testing, recovery or vaccination before departure, regardless of whether or not you have spent time in a risk area!

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