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To Europe without a vaccine: what countries allow Ukrainians to enter without vaccinations

To Europe without a vaccine: list of countries. Photo: pixabay

To Europe without a vaccine: list of countries. Photo: pixabay

Tourists from Ukraine who have not been vaccinated against coronavirus can visit Europe. In general, Ukrainians can visit 12 countries.

This is stated in the material of Ukrayinska Pravda (European Truth from Ukrainian).

European countries that are open to Ukrainians

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Where you can travel without coronavirus test and vaccination

Three countries can be visited without coronavirus testing:

  • Albania;
  • North Macedonia;
  • Montenegro.

European countries that allow entry with a test for coronavirus

In order to spend holiday in Europe, Ukrainians do not need to be vaccinated against coronavirus. For some countries, a negative coronavirus test is sufficient. It is about:

  • Bulgaria;
  • Bosnia and Herzegovina;
  • Greece;
  • Cyprus;
  • Moldova;
  • Romania;
  • Serbia;
  • Turkey:
  • Croatia.

At the same time, vaccinated tourists do not need to do a coronavirus test. Meanwhile, tourists can stay in Romania on this condition only for three days. That is why one needs to have confirmation that during this time the tourist will leave the country.

Where can vaccinated Ukrainians travel?

Citizens of Ukraine who have been fully vaccinated against coronavirus with any vaccine can travel to:

  • Austria;
  • Estonia;
  • Iceland;
  • Spain;
  • Netherlands;
  • Slovenia;
  • Hungary;
  • Switzerland.

Recall that Ukrainians are vaccinated with the following vaccines:

At the same time, with vaccines approved in EU, you can travel to:

However, traveling with teenagers remains a problem, as they cannot receive coronavirus vaccinations. Some countries allow children to travel without vaccinations, but each country has different age restrictions.

Countries closed to Ukrainians

  • Azerbaijan;
  • Belgium;
  • Belarus;
  • Britain;
  • Ireland;
  • Italy;
  • Denmark;
  • Latvia;
  • Luxembourg;
  • Malta;
  • Norway;
  • Poland;
  • Portugal;
  • Slovakia;
  • Finland;
  • Czech Republic;
  • Sweden.


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