• Portugal, Finland, Germany, Estonia, Italy, Cyprus, Austria and Greece no longer have any COVID-19 travel restrictions for visitors. • Passengers flying in the EU no longer need to wear masks in airports or aboard flights. Some countries have chosen to ignore this ruling and still require masks. • Visitors to Belgium from outside the EU no longer need to show any COVID-19 paperwork to enter. • Masks are no longer mandatory in Spain and mainland Portugal, except on public transport. • Most countries still have some travel restrictions in place in a bid to control the spread of COVID-19. • Most countries still have some travel restrictions in place in a bid to control the spread of COVID-19. • France no longer requires fully vaccinated travelers to present a negative COVID-19 test to enter but you will still need to complete a passenger locator form (PLF). It is no longer mandatory to wear a mask on public transport in France. • From 11 June, all travelers will be able to enter Germany without showing any COVID-19 paperwork. • All travelers can enter Greece without any COVID-19 restrictions. Masks ware now only mandatory in healthcare settings and on urban public transport. • Travelers who plan to enter Ireland are no longer subject to entry requirements after the authorities decided to abolish all the restrictions imposed due to the COVID-19. Though mandatory mask wearing has been scrapped, the Irish government advises that masks continue to be worn on public transport. • Visitors to Italy are no longer required to show any COVID-19 paperwork to enter. Masks will still be required on public transport. Although not mandatory, masks are still recommended at large indoor and crowded outdoor events. • Spain: Travelers from outside the EU and Schengen Area must be able to present proof of vaccination, a recovery certificate or a negative test using either the EUDCC or by completing this form. This means unvaccinated visitors from all countries can now visit.