What do you need to know before traveling to Greece?
Hospitable Greece finally opens its borders to Ukrainian tourists! Starting from June 6. Wizz Air airlines launch regular flights from Kyiv Sikorsky International Airport (IEV) to Athens and Thessaloniki twice a week.
10 facts for tourists:
- - Please fill out a special form one day before departure. Otherwise, you will have to pay a fine of 500 euros.
You must have one of three documents with you:
- - Vaccination certificate (with at least 14 days after receiving the second dose of vaccine).
- - Or certificate of recovery from coronavirus or an antibody test that is valid for 2 to 9 months.
- - Or negative test result, done by polymerase chain reaction (PCR test) within the last 72 hours in a certified laboratory.
- - Documents must be in English in printed or electronic form.
- - Ukrainians may provide certificates received on the territory of Ukraine. Greece accepts certificates not only about vaccinations with EU-approved vaccines, but also with the Chinese CoronaVak.
- - After filling out the questionnaire, all passengers get a QR code, required for crossing the border.
- - Passengers arriving in Greece will be randomly tested for Coronavirus. Those who are found to have a positive result will be sent to a 14-day quarantine.
- - Curfew in the country is reduced: it lasts from 12:30AM to 5:00AM.
- - Transport is operating normally.
The country has a "green certificate" for trips to the islands (with the exception of Lefkada and Euboea) and air travel. Travelers are required to have one of the following documents: a certificate of vaccination, a negative PCR test result, or a negative rapid test or self-test result got up to 24 hours before the trip, or the documentary confirmation of their illness.
Summer cinemas and cultural spaces work in the open air. Significantly relaxed restrictions for retail establishments.
You may get up-to-date information here https://iev.aero/covid