Information on Covid-19

Great news! The Nordic countries are reopening the borders on July 5 for international travellers residing in EU/EEA and with a EU digital COVID certificate that can be verified with a QR code (Iceland is also open for a selection of countries outside EEA). Other travellers can also enter based on the infection rate in your country of residence the last 14 days before travel.

EU/Schengen

Our destinations, with the exception of Russia, are part of the Schengen area. Normally one can travel freely between the Schengen countries, but due to Covid-19 most countries have implemented internal border control. EU/Schengen is opening up for travellers from a selection of other countries, but still you might not be able to enter all our destination (see details below). Read more about travel to and from EU/Schengen.

Norway

Read about the current travel restrictions to Norway and find an overview of countries allowed. It is

Denmark

Read about the current travel restrictions to Denmark and find an overview of countries allowed.

Sweden

Allows travellers within the EU/Schengen area without quarantine requirement. Read more.

Finland

Read about the current travel restrictions to Finland and find an overview of countries allowed.

Iceland

Read more about the current travel restrictions to Iceland

The Baltics

Read more about the current travel restrictions to Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania.

Contact us

If you have clients travelling with us now or in the coming weeks and you are unsure about the status of your tour services, please contact us.