30 Jun Finland, Sweden and Norway: The Latest from Nordicways
It’s going to be a cool summer this year in the Nordic
Finland: Entry into Finland from EU and Schengen countries was eased on June 21st. Entry is allowed for those who have received an approved COVID-19 vaccination series (14 days prior to arrival) and those who have recovered from COVID-19 less than six months prior to entry
Norway: From July 5, Norway also opened its borders to people residing in countries in EEA/Schengen/UK, as well as a few other countries that meet the criteria for low infection levels and a controlled virus situation. These are listed as “yellow” or “green” areas. Travellers from these areas will not have to quarantine, and fully vaccinated people from these countries with a valid corona certificate will not have to take a Covid-19 test at the border.
Those from other countries and all countries outside of EEA / Schengen/UK are also welcomed to Norway following some procedures.
Sweden: As of 1 July, a Covid certificate is needed for foreign nationals in order to travel to Sweden. The certificate shows that a person has been tested negative, has been vaccinated against, or recovered from Covid-19. Travellers from the Nordic countries (Denmark, Finland, Iceland and Norway) do not have to present a Covid certificate. If you enter Sweden, you may need to get tested and self-quarantine for seven days after your arrival in Sweden. Fully vaccinated people and those who have travelled in from the EU/EEA, the Schengen area, the UK and certain third countries are excluded from this recommendation.
Denmark: There are several different requirements that apply when entering Denmark, depending on the colour category of the country you are travelling from, the category of your country of residence, and whether you are vaccinated, previously infected or travelling on a negative test. These requirements apply separately, and it is therefore important that you inform yourself about all of them here.
As things are changing fast, always search for updated information before travelling. Please find below links for information regarding each country’s current situation:
· Denmark: More information here
· Finland: More information here
· Norway: More information here
· Sweden: More information here
Another round of Visit Arctic Europe II digital fam-trips will be held in the autumn that focus on the arctic summer. Our partner Nordicways invite you to these trips. Registration is possible until August 11th, 2021. Read more and register here
WHY VISITING THE NORDICS WITH NORDIC WAYS
Your Peace of Mind
We offer guides and assistance in many different languages during your stay. We not only plan your unique program, but also take care of any unforeseen that may occur during your stay. We give you support 24 hours a day while you just need to worry about enjoying.
Nordic Experience Designers
Our project managers are destination experts. We invest in study trips for our staff to visit and participate in each of the experiences we offer our clients, whether it is accommodation, restaurants or activities.
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We consider our suppliers an extremely important key for the success of our projects especially after a crises period. Our selection demands a minimum standard to be provided, competitive rates, safety procedures, sustainable attitude and especially a very good relationship built on trust, integrity and long-term partnership.
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