Portugal, Germany, Denmark, the Czech Republic, or even Slovenia… What European country can you travel this summer? Since June 15, many European countries have reopened their borders to other countries from the Schengen area, such as France, Belgium, Germany, and even Greece. Other rather wait for a few more days before welcoming tourists again such as Spain and Portugal. And others, still impose two-week lockdowns such as the United-Kingdom.
So, to help you out, the European Commission aired a website delivering information to future travelers as on the epidemiologic situation of the 27 European Union countries.
Eager to reunite with friends and family abroad? To plan your summer holidays?
We are launching https://t.co/cg6xndems2 a website in all EU languages that provides real-time essential travel information so you start exploring Europe safely again.#EUtourism pic.twitter.com/XHmPajuE2H
— European Commission 🇪🇺 #UnitedAgainstCoronavirus (@EU_Commission) June 15, 2020
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You are also provided with information as of stay conditions in each country. Can you travel by car or RV, do you have to submit to self-isolation, do you have to wear a facemask in public places and transit… The website tells you everything you need to know about non-essential stores open or not, restaurants, museums, or even beaches. In other words, you will find an answer to your many questions before staying this summer in one of the 27 European Union countries.
Note this website is available in 24 languages and updated regularly.