International travels to Europe may happen in a couple of weeks as EU countries are starting to re-open their borders after the heavy border crossing restrictions and non-essential travel rules.
Countries such as Italy, Sweden, Belgium and Iceland are starting to open up for international tourists
You may soon be able to eat your way through Italy, sail to the magnificent islands of Greece and take a hike in one of Austria’s many national parks as the countries either already have opened their borders or will open their borders in a couple of weeks.
Below you will find the list of countries who will be opening their borders and when this will occur:
- Italy on 3rd June 2020
- Belgium on 15th June 2020
- Greece on 1st July 2020
- Iceland on 15th June 2020
- Poland is likely to open on 13th June 2020
- Sweden is likely to open on 15th June 2020
- Austria’s border is already open (You must take a COVID-19 test upon arrival. It costs 190 EUR)
In the UK the borders have been open throughout the pandemic, but they are now changing their strategy and will close the border this week.
Learn more about the EU’s border re-openings here