10 Destinations You Can Visit This Summer If You’re Vaccinated

Published May 5th, 2021 - 07:02 GMT

Can vaccinated people travel? This question has been on people’s minds as thousands receive the COVID-19 vaccine each day. After more than a year of social restrictions, canceled trips and postponed events, some countries have finally decided to open their doors to the tourists.

Here are 10 tourist destinations that welcome you this summer, provided you have received the vaccine:

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1. Cyprus

1.Cyprus: Vaccinated travelers visiting Cyprus can bypass the country’s testing and quarantine requirements as long as they provide proof that they’ve been vaccinated.

2. Georgia

2. Georgia: Fully vaccinated travelers from around the world can visit the country of Georgia. Travelers just need to show proof that they the COVID-19 vaccine at the border checkpoints.

3. Sweden

3. Sweden: Sweden opens the doors to tourists who received the vaccination. Sweden took a different approach than most of the European countries in dealing with Covid-19 and is now ready to receive European and international vaccinated visitors in its beautiful cities.

4. Seychelles

4. Seychelles: Seychelles is now accepting visitors from all over the world. Unvaccinated travelers must provide a negative result of their PCR test in order for them to enter the island.

5. Estonia

5. Estonia: Estonia will accept people who have been vaccinated.Proof of vaccination must meet a set of requirements to be accepted.

6. Romania

6. Romania: Fully vaccinated individuals can bypass the quarantine requirement in Romania as long as they provide a proof of COVID vaccination.

7. Poland

7. Poland: Poland opened its doors to travelers this summer, without the need for a 10-day quarantine, but on the condition that they provide a certificate confirming that they have received COVID -19 vaccine or by presenting a negative PCR test upon arrival no more than 48 hours old by the time they land or cross the border.

8. Iceland

8. Iceland: Iceland has begun allowing fully vaccinated travelers to enjoy its many beautiful landscapes. Proof of vaccination must come in the form of an official document stating that the traveler has received one of four approved vaccines: Pfizer, Moderna, J&J or AstraZeneca.

9. Greece

9. Greece: Vaccinated travelers from designated countries can now enter this tourism hotspot without providing a negative PCR test result as long as they present a vaccination card proving it has been 14 days since they received their final dose.

10. Spain

10. Spain: Spain will welcome visitors who have been vaccinated or at least have negativePCR test results. It allows them to visit one of the seven beautiful Canary Islands.

1. Cyprus
2. Georgia
3. Sweden
4. Seychelles
5. Estonia
6. Romania
7. Poland
8. Iceland
9. Greece
10. Spain
1. Cyprus
1.Cyprus: Vaccinated travelers visiting Cyprus can bypass the country’s testing and quarantine requirements as long as they provide proof that they’ve been vaccinated.
2. Georgia
2. Georgia: Fully vaccinated travelers from around the world can visit the country of Georgia. Travelers just need to show proof that they the COVID-19 vaccine at the border checkpoints.
3. Sweden
3. Sweden: Sweden opens the doors to tourists who received the vaccination. Sweden took a different approach than most of the European countries in dealing with Covid-19 and is now ready to receive European and international vaccinated visitors in its beautiful cities.
4. Seychelles
4. Seychelles: Seychelles is now accepting visitors from all over the world. Unvaccinated travelers must provide a negative result of their PCR test in order for them to enter the island.
5. Estonia
5. Estonia: Estonia will accept people who have been vaccinated.Proof of vaccination must meet a set of requirements to be accepted.
6. Romania
6. Romania: Fully vaccinated individuals can bypass the quarantine requirement in Romania as long as they provide a proof of COVID vaccination.
7. Poland
7. Poland: Poland opened its doors to travelers this summer, without the need for a 10-day quarantine, but on the condition that they provide a certificate confirming that they have received COVID -19 vaccine or by presenting a negative PCR test upon arrival no more than 48 hours old by the time they land or cross the border.
8. Iceland
8. Iceland: Iceland has begun allowing fully vaccinated travelers to enjoy its many beautiful landscapes. Proof of vaccination must come in the form of an official document stating that the traveler has received one of four approved vaccines: Pfizer, Moderna, J&J or AstraZeneca.
9. Greece
9. Greece: Vaccinated travelers from designated countries can now enter this tourism hotspot without providing a negative PCR test result as long as they present a vaccination card proving it has been 14 days since they received their final dose.
10. Spain
10. Spain: Spain will welcome visitors who have been vaccinated or at least have negativePCR test results. It allows them to visit one of the seven beautiful Canary Islands.