The COVID-19 pandemic has changed travel plans. With the improvement of the situation, the restrictions are removed. Can I already travel to Finland? Tourists from which countries can come to Finland without mandatory quarantine? For which countries do restrictions remain? remain? Follow the news.
Finland continues to gradually remove restrictions on cross-border traffic. The situation with the number of cases is reviewed approximately every two weeks. Travel restrictions between Finland and many countries have already been lifted. (Quarantine is not required for arrivals from these countries.)
(The situation may change. Check the information on the Foreign Ministry website.)
Travel restrictions still remain in effect (early July 2020) for countries such as: Sweden, Spain, France, Monaco, Great Britain, Bulgaria, Croatia, Portugal, Czech Republic, USA, Russia (and other countries).
Starting July 13, restrictions on movement between Finland and the following countries are lifted: the Netherlands, Belgium, Italy, Austria, Greece, Malta, Germany, Slovenia, Slovakia, Hungary, Switzerland, Liechtenstein, Cyprus, San Marino, Vatican, Andorra, Ireland.
Some countries outside the EU and the Schengen zone are also called safe.
Finland allows business and urgent trips (starting July 13, 2020) for countries: Algeria, Australia, Georgia, Japan, New Zealand, Rwanda, South Korea, Thailand, Tunisia, Uruguay, China. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Finland continues to recommend refraining from unnecessary travel to these countries.
Previously, travel was allowed between Finland and some countries: Norway, Denmark, Iceland, Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania.