From July 27, Russian travelers who have been vaccinated against coronavirus will not need to take additional tests to enter Hungary.
Russian tourists planning a vacation in Turkey in the near future may not be afraid of new restrictions or tightening of sanitary and epidemiological measures.
Greece has reduced the time it takes to receive a QR code required for incoming tourists, as ATOR reports.
In 2022, one of the most popular beach destinations will become even more expensive: the Maldives will introduce an exit tax.
Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan said that his country has not yet faced the threat of the spread of new strains of coronavirus.
The Turkish authorities do not exclude the closure of the country to foreign tourists in the event of a sharp increase in the spread of the "delta" strain of the coronavirus.
Despite the increase in the incidence of the "delta" strain of coronavirus, in Thailand, after Phuket, several islands were opened for vaccinated tourists.
The European Union (EU) will include Ukraine in the green list of countries and remove restrictions on the travel of Ukrainian tourists to the member countries of the union.
In Cuba, from July 15, the sanitary requirements for citizens arriving in the country will be changed.
More than 200 tourists, who were isolated in Cuba due to suspected coronavirus, were released after receiving negative results from rapid tests for COVID-19.
Last week, 49 cases of coronavirus infection were imported to Estonia from abroad, 32 of them from Russia.
Russians who have been vaccinated will not have to take a coronavirus test on arrival on the island.
The pilot region in Vietnam, which will be the first to receive vaccinated tourists, will be Phu Quoc Island, foreigners will be able to return to the island in September or October.
Losses of the Krasnodar Territory from restrictions due to coronavirus, which are introduced for tourists, in July-August may amount to 40-55 billion rubles.
Tourists arriving in Greece from Russia will undergo a mandatory express test for coronavirus free of charge, and in case of a positive result they will be given a PCR test.