Holidays of February 2021 : what are the possible activities to ski this winter ?
dorre, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Monaco, Norway, san Marino and the Vatican, according to the ministry of foreign Affairs and the minister of the Interior. Attent
dorre, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Monaco, Norway, san Marino and the Vatican, according to the ministry of foreign Affairs and the minister of the Interior. Attention, however, well find out if the european country in which you are planning to go has not closed its borders. In addition, a PCR test negative is required for all entering France from a country of the EU, "with the exception of cross-border workers" by sea, air and land. The Quai d'orsay pointed out, however, on its website as well as travel between european countries are "completely and strictly discouraged", and "until further notice". Below you will find the table with the conditions of entry in the main countries of Europe. The full details are to be found on the website of the ministry of Europe and foreign Affairs. Country entry Requirements Belgium travel essentials are prohibited to and from Belgium up until 1 march 2021. Travel is only professionals are allowed but subject to a PCR test negative in less than 72 hours and to a mandatory quarantine of up to 10 days. Germany French travellers, travelling to Germany has the obligation to inform the local health authorities of their entry into the territory, to take a test PCR or antigen 48 hours prior to arrival, to observe a 10-day quarantine at home and to inform the health authorities of any symptoms. Spain Any passenger wishing to travel in Spain by air must complete a form, personal and non-transferable. A PCR test negative in less than 72 hours must be presented at time of boarding. No quarantine is in force, to enter the Spanish territory. Portugal travel to Portugal are strictly limited since January 31, 2021. You will need to present a PCR test negative in less than 72 hours prior to boarding. No quarantine is in force at the entry into the Portuguese territory. Italy The French travellers travelling in Italy have an obligation to report as soon as they arrive to the regional health authority, present to the negative result of PCR or antigen of less than 48 hours. The travelers could not present the test will need to perform a quatorzaine in Italy. Greece The French travellers are allowed in Greece, but must fill out an online form at least 48 hours prior to the trip and to submit to boarding the results written in English, a PCR test negative in less than 72 hours. Switzerland French travellers, arriving in Switzerland by air, must present a PCR test negative. For people from the PACA region, a 10-day quarantine is now mandatory in addition to a PCR test negative in less than 72 hours. United Kingdom French travellers are subject to the obligation to have the result of a PCR test negative in less than 72 hours. However, the ability to travel to the United Kingdom continue to be strongly discouraged. Can people from outside Europe in February ? Date Of Update: 01 March 2021, 02:57