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The latest information on how coronavirus is affecting travel to Germany

Most European countries have reopened their borders and travel restrictions have been lifted across much of Europe and the Schengen area.

However, the distance and hygiene regulations continue to apply in Germany.

The most important facts at a glance:

  • In public, a minimum distance of 1.5 metres to other people must be maintained
  • Many federal states require masks in certain public areas, such as public transport and shopping

Information on the regulations currently in force, on restrictions in public areas and on travel to Germany can be found under the following links:

Key sources of information:

  • More (expert) information on the novel coronavirus is available (in German) on the Robert Koch Institute website
  • For a current assessment of the situation see the World Health Organization website
  • A current assessment of the safety of travellers in the affected regions is available from the relevant foreign offices

With the reopening of the borders, the GNTB has launched its Germany – Dreams Become Reality campaign.

Find your inspiration from off-the-beaten-track attractions, castles and palaces, hiking and cycle trails, culinary tips and the most scenic road trips across Germany.

If you are a partner in the international or domestic travel trade, you can stay up to date with the recovery plans for our source markets here.

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Stay safe.

To ensure the highest degree of safety for visitors to Germany, strict social distancing rules and hygiene measures are in place throughout the country.

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