Switzerland handles immigration and customs normandy tourism matters for Liechtenstein and the entry requirements are the same as for Switzerland. The border between Switzerland and Liechtenstein is open. It is therefore advisable to also consult the Swiss and Austria data sheets.
Those coming from a “high-risk country” outside normandy tourism the Schengen area are subjected to a 10-day quarantine: the list of countries considered to be at high risk is updated by the Swiss Federal Office of Public Health and can be consulted at this link. Travelers from “high-risk countries” must still complete a Swiss online contact form before entering Liechtenstein (by selecting “in transit only”), available on this site.
Lithuania – GENERAL OBLIGATIONS To enter Lithuania, normandy tourism all travelers must fill in the form available at the link within 48 hours before departure (and not before) and present the relevant QR code to the carrier before boarding or if you are traveling with your own means of transport, present it at the border or control point.
DOCUMENTS REQUIRED FOR ENTRY IN THE COUNTRY From 18 October 2021 Italy entered the yellow zone. Upon arrival in Lithuania it is mandatory: – to present a certificate attesting the negative result of a molecular / PCR or antigenic swab, carried out no later than 72 hours (for molecular test) or 48 hours (for antigen test) before the entry into Lithuania.
The test must be in one of the official languages of the European Union. It is no longer possible to take the on-site test upon arrival. Only those arriving in Lithuania with their own means of transport can take the test in Lithuania by registering for this test within 24 hours;
– isolation is not required; – a second swab (PCR / molecular) is mandatory on 3-5 day of arrival in Lithuania which can be booked by registering on the website www.1808.lt, through the telephone number 1808 (from abroad +370 66 01 1808 ), or in private laboratories.
Exemption from the obligation to submit the test and isolation is envisaged in the event that one of the following two conditions is met: result of the relative test, carried out to confirm the negativization of the patient. For the certificate of healing to be valid, no more than 180 days must have elapsed since the result of the first positive test; b)
presentation of a vaccination certificate issued by the country of origin or an international vaccination certificate stating that the vaccination was carried out with one of the COVID-19 vaccines registered in the European Union Register of Medicines, according to the scheme approved by the competent authority of the country of vaccination and that at least 14 days have elapsed after vaccination.
The results of the COVID-19 test and documents proving vaccination or recovery must be presented in one of the official languages of the European Union. However, it is advisable to check in advance with the transport companies.
LAND BORDERS As regards land borders, some border points are closed (with Belarus and the Kaliningrad region). OTHER USEFUL INFORMATION A state of emergency has been in force since 1 July 2021. All information regarding Covid-19 can be found on the website.
In the “News” section of this site, the list of the countries most affected by Covid-19 is published in English. This list is published every Friday by the Lithuanian Ministry of Health and enters into force on the following Monday. For more information, please refer to the website of the Italian Embassy in Vilnius.
Luxembourg – In light of the clear improvement in the local epidemiological situation, the Luxembourg Government has gradually relaxed the various containment measures gradually adopted in the previous months, completely removing the national curfew (in force from 24.00 to 06.00) starting from 13 June 2021, except for further changes based on the trend in the spread of the SARS-CoV-2 virus in the country.