Can Americans Travel To Europe 2022

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Travelling has so many benefits to the economies of countries that cannot be overemphasized. Many Americans travel to Europe for so many reasons and continue to do. Some of them travel for business meetings, visit family, go for tours just holidays.

Before 2019, when there was no coronavirus outbreak in the world, travelers were free to travel from America to Europe and Europe to America without any restrictions.

Can Americans Travel To Europe 2022

When it became necessary two European countries Sweden and Bulgaria introduced outright bans on the United States of America to travel. Europe officially closed its borders to the US for over a year, as the country suffered some of the worst COVID-19 impacts in the Global North.

But the majority of European countries remain open to U.S. travelers, particularly those who are vaccinated. Some countries have introduced new regulations barring nonessential travel for unvaccinated U.S. travelers, including France, Germany, Italy, and Spain; meaning no vaccination, no leisure travel.

The list is under constant review but, these are the countries Americans can travel to right now. Full vaccination status is required in many for entry. Albania, Armenia,  Andorra,  Austria, Belgium, Bosnia, and Herzegovina,  Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark,  Estonia, Finland France, Georgia,  Germany,  Greece,  Hungary, Iceland,  Ireland,  Italy,  Latvia Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg,  Malta, Monaco Montenegro, The Netherlands, North Macedonia, Norway, Poland, Portugal,  Romania,  Russia, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia,  Spain, Sweden,  Switzerland, and the UK


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