The Ban Ends for Foreign Arrivals
Starting with 1th of June, all restrictions in Romania are almost gone. Foreign tourists can come to visit us.
Romania has reopened for tourism on June 1, 2021, now allowing visitors from all countries to enter, with different rules applying based on risk. The Romanian government suspended the ban on foreigners entering the country effective June 1st.
As the vaccination rates increased a lot, the confidence levels were too and tourists from all over the word started to visit again Romania.
Over 50% of Bucharest residents were vaccinated with one dose and a half of them with the second dose.
The relaxation measures will bring us all closer to normality. Romania is waiting for its guests, with confidence and open arms, to discover a beautiful country, inspired by traditions and a big soul.
June is definitely the month that Europe reopens: air traffic saw a 16% increase and a big demand is showing in airline schedules.
Summer is a strong season for most tourist business and is really nice to see restrictions are eased in most of the countries in Europe.
It means it’s a good time to book before the airplane companies are ramp up prices.
What are the few remained restrictions?
Outside you can walk without mask
For indoor public places for all those over 5 years of age, and outside in crowded places at stations, markets, public transportation etc you must wear the mask.
Performance halls, big concerts, theaters, cinemas, beaches, clubs, discos and swimming pools, sports competitions are open especially for vaccinated people. The others must come with a negative covid test or with documents showing that they have antibodies, after going through the disease.
Shops and shopping malls are open but must close by 10 p.m.
Restaurants, cafes and clubs are open and must close by midnight.
Hotels limited to 50-70% capacity rates but increases at 100% if all are vaccinated.
Romania – newly open to some countries
If travelers have been vaccinated at least ten days before arrival, they do not need to quarantine, nor if they have had Covid-19 during the past 90 days.
People coming from red countries are allowed to enter but must quarantine for 14 days if they are not vaccinated, even with proof of a negative Covid-19 test result: Argentina, Bahrain, Brazil, Cape Verde, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, France, Georgia, India, Kuweit, Latvia, Lithuania, Maldives, Nepal, The Netherlands, Paraguay, Seychelles, South Africa, Suriname, Sweden, Trinidad & Tobago, and Uruguay. A negative Covid-19 test result will allow travelers to be released from self-isolation after day ten.
There is another list of yellow countries, from which travelers can arrive with a negative Covid-19 test and not have to quarantine: Andorra, Bahamas, Belarus, Belgium, Bolivia, Bostwana, Canada, Croatia, Cyprus, Denmark, Estonia, Greece, Guyana, Iran, Luxemburg, Malaysia, Mongolia, Oman, Peru, Puerto Rico, Sin Maarten, Slovenia, Sri Lanka, Switzerland, the UAE, the U.K., East Timor and Turkey.
For travelers coming from green countries (those not mentioned on either the red or yellow list), there are no restrictions to entry as of 1 June.
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