COVID-19 INFORMATION FOR AUSTRIA
Check out these links the latest travel advice for Austria. Remember that COVID-19 regulations and restrictions change frequently, and you should therefore check different sites for updated information.
As Austria is a federal republic, local COVID-19 regulations and restrictions may differ in the different states in Austria. Hence, if you plan to stay in or travel to more than one state we advise that you also check out the local rules.
- Current Corona situation in Styria
- Current COVID-19 rules in Tirol
- Corona info for Salzburgerland
- The latest coronavirus information for holidaymakers in Carinthia
- Latest COVID-19 information for Vienna
- Current information and guidelines on COVID-19 for Upper Austria (Oberöstrreich)
- Corona/Covid-19 information. Visiting Vorarlberg safely
The Covid-19 pandemic is still affecting travel across the globe. Although international travel is permitted, there are testing and quarantine restrictions in place to curb the spread of COVID-19 and its variants. In addition to checking the regulations and restrictions in Austria, it’s recommended that you also check departure and/or entry to you own country as well.
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COVID-19 INFORMATION FOR AUSTRIA Check out these links the latest travel advice for Austria. Remember that COVID-19 regulations and restrictions change frequently, and you should therefore check different sites for updated information. Federal Ministry for Digital and Economic Affairs Austrian National Tourist Office Vienna Airport As Austria is a federal republic, local COVID-19 regulations and […]