What is important whenentering Austria?
Entry regulations from countrieson List ‘A’ (low-incidence states):
Persons who aretested, vaccinated or who have recovered have unrestricted entry. Proof mustbe in German or English.
Registration via thePre-Travel-Clearance form is no longer required.
List‘A’countries: Andorra, Australia, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Denmark, Germany, Estonia, Finland, France, Liechtenstein, Greece, Iceland, Israel, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Monaco, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Republic of Ireland, Romania, San Marino,Singapore, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Switzerland, South Korea, Sweden, Czech Republic, Hungary, the Vatican.
Special entry conditions from ‘B2’ countries (virus mutation areas -currently Brazil, India, South Africa, United Kingdom): entry is essentially restricted to Austrian nationals and those with main residence or who are ordinarily resident in Austria.
Entry is only allowed with a negative PCR test, even for vaccinated and recovered persons. Additionally, there will be a 10-day quarantine period which can be ended atthe earliest after 5 days, and only with a further negative PCR test. Arrivals from ‘B2’ countries are also required to complete the Pre-Travel-Clearanceform. Registration of entry is possible from 72 hours prior to arrival. Entry from other third countries not included in the above lists is generally not allowed and will only be permitted in special circumstances (e.g. for work or study purposes).
All guests must betested, vaccinated or recovered before entering any accommodation, restaurant or (indoor) leisure facility.
-PCR-test: 3 days
-Antigentest: 2 days
-Self test:from the test station in Seefeld village square: valid 2 days;
if you do the test and register it yourself: valid 1 day.
-Recovered persons: proof of antibodies(max. 3 months)or segregation certificate(not older than6 months).
-Vaccinated persons: proof of vaccination–1st dose(min. 22 days, max. 3 month; for vaccines with just one dose: max. 9 months), 2nd dose (max. 9 months).
-Children from 10 years of age require a test,school tests accepted
GERMANY: As of 13.6.2021, Tyrol is no longer considered a risk area. Travelers returning from Tyrol do not have to present an entry declaration or a 3-G proof - a condition-free return trip to Germany is therefore possible!
SWITZERLAND: Entry into Switzerland from Tyrol by car is still possible without testing and quarantine.
Furthermore: All persons entering Switzerland by plane, bus or train have to fill in an electronic entry form.
Overview of the entry rules to Switzerland