Slovenia Is Easing Restrictions for Tourists — What to Know Before Booking a Trip
The European country of Slovenia is ready to welcome tourists who arrive with proof of vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test. The country, known for its stunning lakes and expansive walking trails, is welcoming visitors without quarantine from dark red and red-listed EU countries who show a vaccine certificate, proof of a negative PCR test taken within 48 hours of arrival, proof of a negative rapid antigen test taken within 48 hours of
COLOMBIA OFFICIALLY REOPENING BORDERS FOR TOURISM ON SEPT 21
Colombia is officially reopening its borders for international tourism on September 21, 2020. Colombia’s airports will also reopen on the 21st, initially connecting the nation with the USA, Ecuador, Mexico, Bolivia, Brazil, Dominican Republic and Guatemala, as announced by the Ministry of Transportation.
Germany Will Allow Vaccinated Travelers to Skip Quarantine and Testing
The German government plans to allow visitors who have been vaccinated against or recovered from COVID-19 to skip mandatory testing and quarantines. It also will permit travelers who test negative for COVID-19 to leave quarantine early. German lawmakers approved the changes on Wednesday, the Associated Press reported, noting that the relaxed restrictions won't apply to travelers from countries where variants of concern are clustered.