Tourists are eager to return to beautiful Switzerland known for it’s 208 mountains, over 7000 pristine lakes, extremely high quality of life, and awe-inspiring views.
Below we have all the information you’ll need for travel to Switzerland in 2022, including which countries can visit, if testing and or quarantines apply to your trip, and everything else you should know before you go.
Countries Allowed To Enter Switzerland
As of February 17, 2022, travelers from all countries can enter Switzerland.
All passengers must fill out the Entry Form before arriving in Switzerland.
*Note: The form has been discontinued as of February 17 2022
Testing Requirements For Travel to Switzerland
As of February 17, 2022, testing is no longer required to enter Swizterland from any traveler not coming from a country on the ‘variant of concern’ list. There are no countries currently on the list.
Travel From High-Risk Countries
The Swiss government has removed all entry requirements but has kept a clause that if a country is identified as having a ‘variant of concern’, they could re-apply entry rules.
There are currently no countries on the list.
Travel Insurance Entry Requirements for Switzerland
Travel Insurance is not mandatory for entry into Switzerland, but due to high costs, all incoming travelers should have medical insurance that also covers COVID-19 for the duration of their trip.
Masks in Switzerland
Mask mandates have been removed for all situations except: on public transit and in hospitals.
Other Temporary Restrictions and Reopenings Include
- The need to isolate if tested positive for covid-19
Digital Vaccine Certificate for Switzerland
The digital vaccine certificate has been discontinued as of Feb 17, 2022
Traveler Alert: Don’t Forget Travel Insurance For Your Next Trip!
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