More and more countries are opening up to tourists that have got themselves vaccinated. We tell you where you can go if you are already vaccinated and more than 14 days have passed since receiving the second dose. The material will be updated on a regular basis.

Tourists who have a complete vaccination certificate from Covid-19 are exempt from providing PCR tests or quarantine on arrival in the following countries.

Armenia

The country’s leadership decided to facilitate fully vaccinated foreign nationals into the country on May 6, 2021.

If you don’t have the vaccine yet, you’ll need a PCR test no later than 72 hours before arrival. The document must be in Armenian, English, or Russian.

Bulgaria

In addition to vaccinated travelers, tourists who have a certificate of the disease transferred (positive PCR test for coronavirus, taken 15-180 days before arrival) can enter the country.

If you are not sick and the vaccine is not available yet, you will need:

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PCR test for coronavirus passed no later than 72 hours before departure.

Greece

A vaccination certificate will save you from having to provide a PCR test.

If you don’t have the vaccine yet, you’ll need:

Negative PCR test took no more than 72 hours before arrival in the country (in English). In addition, entry into the country is available to travelers who have provided a certificate of the already transferred disease.

Georgia

To enter the country, vaccinated tourists must complete a registration form.

If you don’t have the vaccine yet, you’ll need:

PCR test for coronavirus, done no later than 72 hours before departure.

Cyprus

The presence of a certificate indicating the receipt of both doses of the vaccine frees tourists from passing two PCR tests: before arrival and immediately after. However, the authorities reserve the right to test and vaccinate passengers arriving selectively.

If you don’t have the vaccine yet, you’ll need:

PCR test for coronavirus, done no later than 72 hours before departure and immediately upon arrival.

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Croatia

In addition to vaccinated travelers, tourists who have a certificate of the disease transferred (positive PCR test for coronavirus, taken 15-180 days before arrival) can enter the country. You must fill out a particular form before you fly. Tourists can also be asked to provide proof of reservation at the hotel.

If you don’t have the vaccine yet, you’ll need: PCR test for coronavirus, done no later than 48 hours before departure.

Montenegro

Both vaccinated citizens of the Russian Federation, and tourists who have not yet been vaccinated are free to visit the country. The Russians are also exempt from the need to provide PCR tests.

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