Greece , Belgium and Iceland will be reopening their borders for international travelers on 15th June.
International travelers are now able to travel to some European countries as EU countries are starting to re-open their borders after the strict border restrictions and non-essential travel rules.
Europeans will be able to eat their way through Italy, sail along the Albanian Riviera and take a hike in one of Austria’s many national parks as the countries will open their borders for international travelers.
Albania and Italy have reopened their borders for international travelers.
The following countries are likely to reopen their borders on 15th June for EU Citizens:
Austria‘s borders are already open for EU citizens(You must take a COVID-19 test upon arrival. It costs 190 EUR)
Spain will gradually be reopening their borders from the beginning of July for international travelers. The exact date is yet to be announced.
Learn more about the EU’s border re-openings here
**The above information is subject to change due to the uncertainty of the development of COVID-19 in the above listed countries.