With COVID in retreat across most of Europe, the continent is a very attractive place to travel right now. And they will welcome you with open arms.
The map to the left shows where fully vaccinated travellers can travel right now. In dark green are the countries which have no requirements at all (other than perhaps a form you fill in). In light green are shown the countries that allow you in with a test.
As you can see, most of Europe is open to travellers who are fully vaccinated.
If however you are like me, and followed government advice to take whatever vaccine was available, you may find you were the recipient of two vaccines by different manufacturers (e.g. Astra-Zeneca and Moderna).
As most countries are not transparent how they approach mixed-vaccine regimes, let's assume they see us as unvaccinated. In that case, the map on the right applies. And while far fewer countries allow you in without restrictions, most of Europe is still open, as long as you show a negative COVID test.
If you need help finding your way through a web of COVID regulations, we are here for you. Please contact me with your travel plans and I'll give you the advice you need.
E&OE. The information in this article was correct at the time of publication (23SEP2021) but should be double checked against relevant government websites before booking a trip.