Category: Schengen Visa News

Visas, Immigration & Nationality

Italy Dropped All COVID Entry Rules

Italy Dropped All COVID Entry Rules Italy abolished all entry rules for international travellers on 1 June 2022. Like many other European nations, Italy has been steadily opening up over the past few months. The new rules allow travellers to visit the country without having to show proof of vaccination, get tested, or show proof…
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Switzerland to Lift All Pandemic-Related Travel Restrictions

Travellers from all over the world will soon be able to enter Switzerland without having to follow any COVID-19 rules. Beginning May 2, 2022, Switzerland will once again welcome all travellers as it lifts its pandemic-related travel restrictions and requirements. The announcement was made by Switzerland’s State Secretariat of Migration (SEM), leaving only pre-pandemic-related travel…
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Greece To Scrap Restrictions

Greece is dropping all its Covid travel restrictions in time for the summer holidays. Greek Ministers approved the scrapping of entry rules including the need to get tested or present a vaccination or recovery certificate, with the changes to come into force on 2 May. As well as lifting entry rules from May, Greece is…
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Brexit Begins To Bite UK Travellers

UK travellers are taking advantage of the UK’s Easter break for a long-awaited getaway. At a time when travel regulations are the most relaxed that they have been in over two years, people are jumping at the chance to getaway.  However, besides making sure travellers meet the entry requirements, British nationals now also have to…
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High Speed Rail Providers Join Forces To Connect 5 European Destinations

Two high-speed train companies are combining forces to create a rail giant that will serve five countries across the continent. A merger of cross-border operator Eurostar and Belgium-based Thalys will connect the UK, France, Belgium, the Netherlands, and Germany. The merging of the two companies has been approved by the European Commission on 29 March…
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