Countries in Europe and beyond have dropped all Covid-related travel restrictions as they open up to tourism. International travelers are used to testing themselves before and after flights, possibly having to self-isolate and filling out passenger locator forms

Some countries will require proof of vaccination or recovery from Covid-19, but the list of countries below does not require showing vaccination status or taking tests. They include countries like Hungary, Denmark, Ireland, Poland, Romania, Mexico and Costa Rica, Liverpool Echo reports.


Travelers to Ireland will not need to show proof of vaccination, recovery or negative test. There are no testing or quarantine requirements and no passenger locator forms are needed. If you develop symptoms of COVID-19 in Ireland, you should follow HSE guidance regarding isolation and carrying out antigen or PCR tests where appropriate.


Hungary lifted all Covid-19 restrictions on March 7. It is not necessary to present proof of vaccination or a negative test result to enter the country, regardless of your vaccination status.


All COVID-19 restrictions ceased on March 9. It is no longer necessary to self-quarantine, test yourself before entering Romania or fill out a passenger locator form.


The obligation to undergo quarantine upon arrival in Poland has been lifted since March 28. It is also no longer necessary to prove your vaccination status on arrival. A pre-departure test is no longer required for travelers from non-Schengen countries, including the UK.


Entry to Denmark does not require any COVID-19 related requirements regarding testing or self-isolation.


Entry requirements are the same for all travellers, regardless of their COVID-19 vaccination status. It is not necessary to provide your vaccination status to enter Norway.


No COVID-19 travel restrictions are in place in Iceland.


It is not necessary to provide your vaccination status or a negative test result to enter Montenegro.


You no longer need to provide proof of your vaccination status to enter Slovenia.


British nationals traveling to Lithuania from the UK are no longer required to prove their vaccination status, recovery from COVID-19 or have a negative COVID-19 test result on arrival.

Madeira (Portugal)

It is recommended to complete a passenger locator form before traveling to Madeira and Porto Santo. If you are traveling with children aged 11 and under, provide their details on your form.

There are no other entry requirements in Madeira and Porto Santo.


There are no Covid entry requirements for Brits traveling to Mexico, but you will need to complete an immigration form and need it to enter and exit the holiday hotspot.

As far as bucket list experiences go, there are loads of amazing places to visit in Mexico, while Cancun and Tulum tend to be a hit if you’re looking for all-inclusive resorts, beautiful beaches and many brilliant bars and restaurants.

Costa Rica

Costa Rica has scrapped its Covid-related travel insurance requirements – the last of its Covid travel rules. The UK Foreign Office says, however, that “Costa Rican authorities may restrict travel or introduce new rules at short notice, for example due to a new COVID-19 variant.”


From April 1, people traveling to Sweden from the UK are no longer required to present a negative COVID-19 test or proof of vaccination to visit Sweden.

The Maldives

The Maldives has scrapped all Covid vaccine and testing rules for travellers.