Travel restrictions to Luxembourg and the Netherlands
23 June, 2020duguech
With the relaxation of restrictive travel measures caused by the Covid-19, many people wonder if they will be able to travel. At Duguech & Dip you can find out about restrictions on movement in the European Union.
- You can enter Luxembourg if you are traveling from an EU country, Norway, Switzerland, Iceland and Liechtenstein or also, if you are a legal resident in the mentioned countries.
- For third-country nationals, the decision of the European Union to toughen entry conditions until June 30, 2020 applies.
- If you travel by plane, consult the Lux Airport website that provides information to access the airport and planes. In addition, passengers can choose to be tested at a national laboratory or upon arrival at the terminal.
- Most of the shops and stores are open, as well as theaters, museums, places of worship and wellness.
- There is currently no risk area under confinement in Luxembourg.
- You can travel to the Netherlands from an EU country, Norway, Switzerland, Iceland and Liechtenstein.
- Travelers from Sweden and the United Kingdom may enter for reasons of force majeure. But they must quarantine for 14 days upon arrival.
- Transit travelers must present a travel ticket to the final destination. Travelers in high-risk areas must have a health statement and are urged to quarantine for 14 days. It is recommended to consult the airports in risk areas of the EU Aviation Safety Agency (EASA).
- For third-country nationals, the EU decision to toughen entry conditions until June 30, 2020 applies.
- The accommodations only work with prior reservation. You may be stopped at the border if you don’t have a reservation.
- Entry by land is authorized for travelers from countries of the European Union and Schengen, except Sweden and the United Kingdom.
- Non-essential shops are open, but reservations must be made.
- In hotels, bars, restaurants, tourist places, museums, spaces of well-being and worship, you must keep a distance of 1.5 meters.
- There is currently no confined risk area in the Netherlands.
If you have questions regarding mobility restrictions in the European Union, contact Duguech & Dip, we will be happy to help you.
This information does not constitute legal advice under any circumstances, serving only for informational purposes. In case you need professional services in the field of Global Immigration and Mobility, contact us.
* It must be taken into account that the regulations of any of the countries analyzed, as well as the established procedures, may change at any time and without prior notice.
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