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Open for citizens: yes Open for foreigners: partial Open for tourism: partial Quarantine: partial
Airlines Updates
Published on 07.07.2021
Latest News: People traveling from the U.K. to Luxembourg will have to undergo COVID–19 test and quarantine upon arrival until 15 July (Delano, 01.07.2021).
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Published on 29.09.2020
Luxair in the first half of 2021 plans to resume service to Tunisia

Published on 28.09.2020
Luxair removes planned Manchester service resumption in S21
Luxair W20 European network additions

Published on 24.07.2020
Luxair cancels planned Tivat seasonal service in 3Q20

Published on 20.07.2020
Luxair resumes Budapest service from August 2020

Published on 08.06.2020

Luxair adds seasonal Innsbruck / Salzburg service in 3Q20

Luxair resumes regular Stockholm service from June 2020

 

Published on 03.06.2020
Luxair resumes Berlin service on 01JUN20

Published on 25.05.2020
Luxair schedules limited service in late-May 2020
Luxair resumes Manchester service eff29JUN20

Published on 22.05.2020
Luxair to Operate 5 Destinations from Luxembourg

Full Restrictions
Open for travel from Luxembourg
Crossing Rules

Passengers are not allowed to enter until 31 March 2021.
– This does not apply to passengers arriving from Austria, Belgium, Czechia, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden or Switzerland.
– This does not apply to students with a certificate issued by the Passport, Visa and Legalization Office (BPVL).

Passengers must have a medical certificate with a negative result of a test that detects SARS-CoV-2 nucleic acid or a Coronavirus (COVID-19) rapid antigen, issued at most 72 hours before departure from the first embarkation point.
– This does not apply to passengers younger than 6 years.
– This does not apply to passengers returning to Luxembourg within 72 hours if they stayed in Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czechia, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland (Rep.), Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden or Switzerland.
– This does not apply to passengers with a medical discharge of a Coronavirus (COVID-19) infection which occurred at most 3 months before arrival.

Passengers could be subject to a rapid antigen test upon arrival.

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Movement restrictions

National movement restrictions: Partially banned

Restrictive measures mandatory between 24 July 2020 to TBD

As of 25 Sept 2020, masks must be worn for all activities in closed spaces, open to the public, and on public transport (except for the driver when a distance of 2m is respected or a separation panel separates him from the passengers). Gatherings of people at home or on the occasion of private events, in a closed space or in the open air, are limited to 10 persons. At public gatherings of more than 10 people, people must be assigned a seat with a distance of 2m. If the distance of 2m cannot be maintained, a mask must be worn. The conditions of distancing and the mask do not apply either to minors under 6 years of age or to cohabitants. In the event of infringements of these measures, the person risks a fine of up to 500€.

Visits of a private nature organized at home. Six people max., in addition to the people living in the same household.
Outdoor gatherings in a public place for a maximum number of twenty people.
Try to keep a distance of 2m to others at all times. Wearing a mask is mandatory.

Previously, Reopening of construction sites (tentative date 20 April 2020)

The first phase thus covers the following activities:

Reopening of construction sites;
Educational aid and assistance activities (Services in child and family aid, Competence centres in special psycho-pedagogical care and measures to benefit children who are on the verge of dropping out of school);
Activities of gardeners and landscapers;
Businesses whose main activity is do-it-yourself;
Reopening of recycling centres.
Phase 3 – resumption of fundamental education as well as the reopening of crèches and childcare facilities (tentative date 25 May 2020)

This will be followed – in later phases – by the resumption of commercial activities and the reopening of the HORECA sector. At this stage, however, it is premature to give a detailed assessment of the lifting of restrictions in this sector. A final decision will be taken in due course by the Government Council on the basis of an analysis of the situation.

Companies, businesses and administrations are generally encouraged to continue to promote teleworking throughout the transition period out of confinement.

Up to 20 April, working from home can be imposed as a preventive measure for employees whose nature of work allows it. If employees are quarantined because they are sick or came back from an infected area or have been in direct contact with a person infected with the coronavirus, they have to produce a medical certificate. Establishments receiving the public, activities of a cultural, social, festive, sporting and recreational nature are suspended. Playgrounds are closed.
As a general rule, the gathering of people on public roads is not permitted. Individuals may pursue outdoor leisure activities as long as they remain alone. Otherwise, they must respect the requirement of a distance of two metres between people.
A group of people living under the same roof can also pursue outdoor leisure activities. These people in the same household do not need to distance themselves from each other. Thus, parents and children can e.g. walk around holding hands, parents can carry their child across the street. On the other hand, they must all respect the two-metre distance from people who do not live with them.
When parents are separated and have visitation and accommodation rights and alternate custody of their children, they are not bound by the travel restrictions for the public. This applies to the duration of trips from one household to another.
Owners of pets, e.g. cats, dogs, horses, can travel to ensure their well-being. Thus, when these animals are not at home, they can go to the premises to take care of them. However, here again, no gathering of people is allowed, the distance of at least 2 metres must be respected.
Establishments in the cultural, recreational and sports sectors, as well as restaurants and caf?s, are closed. The same applies to company canteens, except where an interpersonal distance of two metres is respected.
The prohibition does not apply to take-away, drive-in and home delivery services.
The prohibition does not apply to hotels. However, hotel restaurants and bars, with the exception of room service and take-out, are closed

International movement restrictions: Partially banned

Restrictive measures mandatory between 14 August 2020 to 31 December 2020

Since 14 August 2020, the Luxembourg State offers residents the possibility to undergo a free test upon their return from a journey abroad. Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the ban on the entry of third-country nationals into the territory of Luxembourg is valid until 31 December 2020.
Furthermore, the following persons are currently authorised to enter the territory of Luxembourg, eg. third-country nationals who have long-term resident status as well as any other persons with a right of residence or holding a national long-term visa issued by an EU Member State or a Schengen country;

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Flight Restrictions

published 09.11.2020

Entry restrictions
Passengers are not allowed to enter until 31 December 2020.
– This does not apply to passengers arriving from Austria, Belgium, Czechia, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden or Switzerland.
– This does not apply to students with a certificate issued by the Passport, Visa and Legalization Office (BPVL).

Passengers must have a medical certificate with a negative result of a test that detects SARS-CoV-2 nucleic acid, issued at most 72 hours before departure from the first embarkation point.
– This does not apply to passengers younger than 11 years.
– This does not apply to passengers arriving from Australia, Austria, Belgium, Czechia, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Italy, Japan, Korea (Rep.), Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Malta, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Rwanda, Singapore, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Thailand or Uruguay.

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Quarantine

No quarantine/ self-isolation required.

Luxembourg is accepting “EU Digital COVID certificates” (EUDCC) since 1 July 2021. Holders of EUDCC will be allowed to enter Luxembourg, without being subject to further restrictions (testing or quarantine).
Passengers are not required to undergo a mandatory isolation period upon arrival, provided they are a resident of the country allowed to travel to Luxembourg.
As of September 15 2021, the obligation of strict quarantine for seven days on arrival with the performance of a PCR test on the 6th day of quarantine as well as the obligation to declare their presence to the Sanitary Inspectorate are no longer applicable to persons travelling from India to Luxembourg.

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Certification

COVID-19 negative certification required for entering the country.
Luxembourg is accepting “EU Digital COVID certificates” (EUDCC) since 1 July 2021. Holders of EUDCC will be allowed to enter Luxembourg, without being subject to further restrictions (testing or quarantine). Negative COVID-19 test certificate: PCR test valid for 72 hours. Rapid antigen test valid for 48 hours.
Entering this country from an EU Member State or Schengen Associated country or from outside an EU Member State or Schengen Associated country, without the EU Digital COVID certificate or with a certificate not compliant with national requirements: a negative result (on paper or electronic document) of a nucleic acid amplification test (NAAT) of SARS-CoV-2 viral RNA (either by PCR, TMA or LAMP method) performed less than 72 hours prior to the flight, or a rapid antigen test performed less than 48 hours prior to the flight, is requested.
Any person aged 12 or over, regardless of their nationality, travelling by air transport to the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, must present at the boarding either: a certificate of vaccination, a certificate of recovery, a negative result (on paper or electronic document) of a nucleic acid amplification test (NAAT) of SARS-CoV-2 viral RNA (either by PCR, TMA or LAMP method) performed less than 72 hours prior to the flight, or a rapid antigen test performed less than 48 hours prior to the flight, from a laboratory or other organisation authorised for this purpose. The negative test result must be presented, if necessary along with a translation, either in one of the administrative languages (Luxembourgish, French, German) of Luxembourg, or in English. Documents in Italian, Spanish or Portuguese are also accepted.
In addition to the COVID-19 vaccination, recovery and test certificates, the system in place temporarily allows for the recognition of COVID-19 vaccination, recovery and test certificates issued by another Member State of the European Union or a Member State of the Schengen Area, which are not yet drawn up in accordance with the European Regulation on the EU digital COVID certificate. During this phase, for example, certificates without a QR code or proof of vaccinations in a vaccination booklet are accepted. These obligations do not apply to travel by land.

Third-country nationals may no longer enter the territory of the Grand Duchy until 30 September 2021 (inclusive). Details concerning these restrictions and the various exceptions are available on covid19.lu
as of September 15 2021, the obligation of strict quarantine for seven days on arrival with the performance of a PCR test on the 6th day of quarantine as well as the obligation to declare their presence to the Sanitary Inspectorate are no longer applicable to persons travelling from India to Luxembourg.

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Vaccination
COVID-19 Total Vaccination date: 2021-10-16
COVID-19 Total Vaccination: 806150
COVID-19 Daily Vaccination: 1009
COVID-19 Vacc. (per 100 citizens, %): 126.99
COVID-19 Daily Vacc. (per 1 million citizens): 1589

The EU Digital COVID Certificate (available as of 1 July 2021) provides proof that a person has either:
been vaccinated against COVID-19 (vaccine type and manufacturer, number of doses, date of vaccination);
received a negative test result, PCR or rapid antigen, with the name of the test, date and time of test, test centre and result (self-tests are not valid);
recovered from COVID-19 (positive PCR test result valid for 180 days).
When travelling, holders of the EU Digital COVID Certificate will have the same rights as citizens of the visited Member State who have been vaccinated, tested or recovered.

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Shop and Events

Non-essential shops closure: Open

Restrictive measures mandatory between 01 June 2020 to TBD

Open, masks must be worn for all activities in closed spaces, open to the public

Re-opening of shops (with exceptions). Re-opening of the National Archives, public libraries, museums and exhibition centers.
After 11 May: Les activités commerciales suivantes sont interdites :

la projection de films cinématographiques (à l’exception du cinéma en plein air accessible en voiture et/ou motocycle) ;
les activités des centres de culture physique et similaires (centres de fitness, piscines, salles de sport, studios de danse/yoga/pilates… , salles de cours sportifs…) ;
activités des parcs d’attractions et parcs à thèmes ;
activités de jeux de hasard et d’argent (casinos) ;
foires et salons

Previously, All commercial and artisanal activities which include direct contact to costumers remain closed. This measure does not apply to commercial premises selling mainly food products,. Hotels remain open

Events stop: Partially banned

Restrictive measures mandatory between 31 July 2020 to TBD

Gatherings of people at home or on the occasion of private events, in a closed space or in the open air, are limited to 10 persons. At public gatherings of more than 10 people, people must be assigned a seat with a distance of 2m. If the distance of 2m cannot be maintained, a mask must be worn.

Previously, Gatherings will remain prohibited until 31 July, except for funerals and civil weddings, which will be allowed for a maximum of 20 people and provided that an interpersonal distance of 2 metres is respected.

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Schools/Univercity closure

Schools/Univ. closure: Open

Restrictive measures mandatory between 25 May 2020 to TBD

On September 2020, schools fully open with restictive measures (Port du masque obligatoire sur le chemin de l’école (transport compris) et à l’intérieur du bâtiment scolaire pour les élèves âgés de plus de 6 ans. Port du masque facultatif en classe et dans la cour de récréation pour l’enseignement fondamental. Port du masque obligatoire dans la cour de récréation pour l’enseignement secondaire. Au choix du lycée: port du masque obligatoire dans la salle de classe.)
On May 4 senior classes of secondary education will resume. On May 11 classes, secondary schools will reopen for all other students (classes 7ième to 2ième) and on May 25, fundamental schools, day-care centres and out of school centres will reopen.

Closure extended up to 4 May 2020. From 4 May, students in the senior classes will resume courses, followed on 11 May by all other classes in secondary education and vocational training, as well as the Advanced Technician’s Certificate (Brevet de technicien supérieur – BTS). Trainees will be able to return to their apprenticeship positions in companies in sectors that have been deconfined.

From 25 May, the children will once again be able to attend elementary education and the childcare facilities and parental assistants will be able to resume their work.
Class sizes have been halved, teachers teach the same lessons during two weeks. The students receive home-work and assignments to work on during the week they are not in school.

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Other

Other: open/confirmed

Restrictive measures mandatory between to TBD

Economic measure: Measures at the level of social security contributions to be implemented in the context of the COVID-19 crisis by the Joint Social Security Centre. Greater flexibility in their management of the payment of social security contributions.
On 22 April 2020, on the proposal of the Minister for Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises, Lex Delles, the Government Council approved two draft Grand Ducal Regulations aimed at putting in place new financial support measures for micro and small commercial and craft enterprises.

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Full Restrictions

  • Luxembourg Latest News: People traveling from the U.K. to Luxembourg will have to undergo COVID–19 test and quarantine upon arrival until 15 July (Delano, 01.07.2021).

    International Restrictions:
    *From within the EU:

    Since 13 June, any person aged 12 or over, regardless of their nationality, travelling by air transport to the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, must present at the boarding either: 

    • a certificate of vaccination attesting a complete vaccination schedule carried out with a vaccine that has been granted a marketing authorisation by the European Medicines Agency (AstraZeneca, BioNTech/Pfizer, Johnson&Johnson and Moderna), issued by a public or medical authority of a Member State of the European Union or of a Member State of the Schengen Area. A complete vaccination schedule means any schedule that defines the number and interval of injections necessary to achieve sufficient protective immunity, and that is complete upon administration of the required doses as planned in the case of multiple-dose vaccines or, for single-dose vaccines, after a 14-day gap. For persons who have recovered and have been vaccinated within 180 days of the first positive NAAT test result, the vaccination schedule is complete after 14 days after the administration of the single dose of any vaccine; 
    • a certificate of recovery issued by a doctor or a national authority of a Member State of the European Union or a Member State of the Schengen Area for persons who have had a recent SARS-CoV-2 infection within 6 months prior to travel and who have completed the applicable isolation period in the respective country with the disappearance of all symptoms of infection; 
    • a negative result (on paper or electronic document) of a nucleic acid amplification test (NAAT) of SARS-CoV-2 viral RNA (either by PCR, TMA or LAMP method) performed less than 72 hours prior to the flight, or a rapid antigen test performed less than 48 hours prior to the flight, from a laboratory or other organisation authorised for this purpose. The negative test result must be presented, if necessary along with a translation, either in one of the administrative languages (Luxembourgish, French, German) of Luxembourg, or in English. Documents in Italian, Spanish or Portuguese are also accepted. 

    In addition to the COVID-19 vaccination, recovery and test certificates, the system in place temporarily allows for the recognition of COVID-19 vaccination, recovery and test certificates issued by another Member State of the European Union or a Member State of the Schengen Area, which are not yet drawn up in accordance with the European Regulation on the EU digital COVID certificate. During this phase, for example, certificates without a QR code or proof of vaccinations in a vaccination booklet are accepted. 

    These obligations do not apply to travel by land. 

    The following persons are exempted from these obligations: 

    • People on duty employed in the transport sector; 
    • Health professionals, health researchers and care providers for elderly people;
    • Persons making a return journey by air, for less than 72 hours, from the Grand Duchy to a country which is a member of the Schengen area or the European Union, provided they have not left the Schengen area or the territory of the EU Member States during this period; 
    • Members of the diplomatic corps, personnel of international organizations and persons invited by these international organizations whose physical presence is required for the proper functioning of these organizations, military personnel, personnel in the field of development cooperation and humanitarian aid, and civil protection personnel in the exercise of their respective functions; and their family members. 

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    *Transit:

    As a general rule, passengers in transit in the EU+ area are exempted from temporary travel restriction.

    EU citizens entering the EU from a third country, as well as their family members, irrespective of their nationality, are exempted from the travel restrictions regardless of whether or not they are returning to their country of nationality or residence.

    Passengers travelling from a non-EU country to another non-EU country may transit through the international transit area of airports located in the Schengen area. Rules regarding airport transit visa requirements continue to apply.

    *From Third Countries:

    Third-country nationals may no longer enter the territory of the Grand Duchy for non-essential travel purposes until 31 December 2021 (inclusive), unless they hold a certificate proving a complete vaccination pattern that is considered equivalent in Luxembourg (issued by a Member State of the Schengen area or considered equivalent by an implementing act of the European Commission) . This currently applies to certificates issued by the following countries or territories: Albania, Andorra, Faroe Islands, Israel, Morocco, Monaco, Panama, Republic of North Macedonia, San Marino, Switzerland, Turkey, Ukraine and Vatican.

    Details concerning these restrictions and the various exceptions are available on covid19.lu. 

    Any person aged 12 or over, regardless of their nationality, travelling by air transport to the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, must present at the boarding either: 

    • a certificate of vaccination attesting a complete vaccination schedule carried out with a vaccine that has been granted a marketing authorisation by the European Medicines Agency (AstraZeneca, BioNTech/Pfizer, Johnson&Johnson and Moderna), issued by a public or medical authority of a Member State of the European Union or of a Member State of the Schengen Area. A complete vaccination schedule means any schedule that defines the number and interval of injections necessary to achieve sufficient protective immunity, and that is complete upon administration of the required doses as planned in the case of multiple-dose vaccines or, for single-dose vaccines, after a 14-day gap. For persons who have recovered and have been vaccinated within 180 days of the first positive NAAT test result, the vaccination schedule is complete after 14 days after the administration of the single dose of any vaccine; 
    • a certificate of recovery issued by a doctor or a national authority of a Member State of the European Union or a Member State of the Schengen Area for persons who have had a recent SARS-CoV-2 infection within 6 months prior to travel and who have completed the applicable isolation period in the respective country with the disappearance of all symptoms of infection; 
    • a negative result (on paper or electronic document) of a nucleic acid amplification test (NAAT) of SARS-CoV-2 viral RNA (either by PCR, TMA or LAMP method) performed less than 72 hours prior to the flight, or a rapid antigen test performed less than 48 hours prior to the flight, from a laboratory or other organisation authorised for this purpose. The negative test result must be presented, if necessary along with a translation, either in one of the administrative languages (Luxembourgish, French, German) of Luxembourg, or in English. Documents in Italian, Spanish or Portuguese are also accepted.

    In addition to the COVID-19 vaccination, recovery and test certificates, the system in place temporarily allows for the recognition of COVID-19 vaccination, recovery and test certificates issued by another Member State of the European Union or a Member State of the Schengen Area, which are not yet drawn up in accordance with the European Regulation on the EU digital COVID certificate.

    During this phase, for example, certificates without a QR code or proof of vaccinations in a vaccination booklet are accepted. 

    The following persons are exempted from these obligations: 

    • People on duty employed in the transport sector; 
    • Persons making a return journey by air, for less than 72 hours, from the Grand Duchy to a country which is a member of the Schengen area or the European Union, provided they have not left the Schengen area or the territory of the EU Member States during this period; 
    • Members of the diplomatic corps, personnel of international organizations and persons invited by these international organizations whose physical presence is required for the proper functioning of these organizations, military personnel, personnel in the field of development cooperation and humanitarian aid, and civil protection personnel in the exercise of their respective functions; and their family members. 

    Please note that the testing obligations applicable to all persons wishing to enter Luxembourg from a third country are in addition to the temporary restrictions already in place for non-essential travel to the EU. 

    Exception

    • Children under 12 years.
    • People on duty employed in the transport sector;
    • Transit passengers
    • Health professionals, health researchers and care providers for elderly people;
    • Members of the diplomatic corps, personnel of international organizations and persons invited by these international organizations whose physical presence is required for the proper functioning of these organizations, military personnel, personnel in the field of development cooperation and humanitarian aid, and civil protection personnel in the exercise of their respective functions, and their family members;

    Those concerned are required to report their presence to the Health Inspection Department (per e-mail: contact-covid@ms.etat.lu or by telephone: 247-65533), which ensures a reinforced monitoring and tracing. 

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Luxembourg: In response to a sharp rise in the number of COVID-19 cases in Luxembourg, additional measures have been put in place to limit the spread of the virus.
    You must wear a face covering and observe the standard social distancing requirement when travelling through Luxembourg Airport (Findel). Your mask should not be removed during security control. Hand sanitiser is available throughout the terminal where hand washing is unavailable.
    Face coverings must be worn on public transport and in all indoor areas open to the public and where the public is circulating.
    Breaches of regulations can result in fines of up to €1000.
    *Accommodation: Hotel and guesthouse bars and restaurants are now open to the public under the same conditions as all other restaurants, bars and cafes (see below). Face coverings must be worn in public areas, and where the social distancing requirement cannot be met.
    *Public spaces and services: The government has introduced a voluntary ‘CovidCheck’ system which allows users to demonstrate their health status, including vaccination status and COVID-19 test results. Businesses can also opt in on a voluntary basis, however there is a difference to measures and restrictions for those who choose not to opt in.
    Face coverings must be worn in shops, supermarkets, exhibitions, and other places that are open to the public.
    Restaurants and bars are open for service both indoors and outdoors.
    Restaurants and bars that use the ‘CovidCheck’ system, can operate without having to comply with special sanitary measures, such as the wearing of masks, eating while seated, and maintaining a distance between tables.
    Without the ‘CovidCheck’ system, the following measures are in place:
    • indoors (up to four people) and outdoors (up to ten people), are permitted to sit at each table, unless they are from the same household. Tables need to be 1.5 metres apart, or separated by a barrier.
    All customers seated indoors and over the age of six years must:
    • present a negative PCR test carried out less than 72 hours before access; or
    • present a negative rapid antigen test carried out less than 24 hours and certified by a health professional, civil servant or public employee designated for this purpose by the Director of Health; or
    • present a negative antigen self-test performed on site.
    Anyone refusing to present a negative test result or take a test will be unable to be seated indoors.
    Outdoor spaces and terraces must be open on three sides. Take-away, drive-through and home delivery services remain available. Other restrictions include limiting the additional number of people allowed at gatherings at home or private events to a maximum of ten visitors.
    Public gatherings of 11 to 300 people can be held using the ‘CovidCheck’ system. In this case seating arrangements, the wearing of masks and social distancing, are not required. Events of more than 200 people and up to a maximum of 2000 are subject to agreement in advance by the Health Directorate.
    Cinemas, theatres, nightclubs and cultural events are open.
    Shops, hairdressers and beauticians are open. Indoor sports facilities, gyms, swimming pools and aquatic centers are open with strict hygiene restrictions in place.
    To find out more about local restrictions, please refer to theLuxembourg government website

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    21.09.2021
  • Luxembourg Latest News: People traveling from the U.K. to Luxembourg will have to undergo COVID–19 test and quarantine upon arrival until 15 July (Delano, 01.07.2021).

    International Restrictions:
    *From within the EU:

    Since 13 June, any person aged 12 or over, regardless of their nationality, travelling by air transport to the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, must present at the boarding either: 

    • a certificate of vaccination attesting a complete vaccination schedule carried out with a vaccine that has been granted a marketing authorisation by the European Medicines Agency (AstraZeneca, BioNTech/Pfizer, Johnson&Johnson and Moderna), issued by a public or medical authority of a Member State of the European Union or of a Member State of the Schengen Area. A complete vaccination schedule means any schedule that defines the number and interval of injections necessary to achieve sufficient protective immunity, and that is complete upon administration of the required doses as planned in the case of multiple-dose vaccines or, for single-dose vaccines, after a 14-day gap. For persons who have recovered and have been vaccinated within 180 days of the first positive NAAT test result, the vaccination schedule is complete after 14 days after the administration of the single dose of any vaccine; 
    • a certificate of recovery issued by a doctor or a national authority of a Member State of the European Union or a Member State of the Schengen Area for persons who have had a recent SARS-CoV-2 infection within 6 months prior to travel and who have completed the applicable isolation period in the respective country with the disappearance of all symptoms of infection; 
    • a negative result (on paper or electronic document) of a nucleic acid amplification test (NAAT) of SARS-CoV-2 viral RNA (either by PCR, TMA or LAMP method) performed less than 72 hours prior to the flight, or a rapid antigen test performed less than 48 hours prior to the flight, from a laboratory or other organisation authorised for this purpose. The negative test result must be presented, if necessary along with a translation, either in one of the administrative languages (Luxembourgish, French, German) of Luxembourg, or in English. Documents in Italian, Spanish or Portuguese are also accepted. 

    In addition to the COVID-19 vaccination, recovery and test certificates, the system in place temporarily allows for the recognition of COVID-19 vaccination, recovery and test certificates issued by another Member State of the European Union or a Member State of the Schengen Area, which are not yet drawn up in accordance with the European Regulation on the EU digital COVID certificate. During this phase, for example, certificates without a QR code or proof of vaccinations in a vaccination booklet are accepted. 

    These obligations do not apply to travel by land. 

    The following persons are exempted from these obligations: 

    • People on duty employed in the transport sector; 
    • Health professionals, health researchers and care providers for elderly people;
    • Persons making a return journey by air, for less than 72 hours, from the Grand Duchy to a country which is a member of the Schengen area or the European Union, provided they have not left the Schengen area or the territory of the EU Member States during this period; 
    • Members of the diplomatic corps, personnel of international organizations and persons invited by these international organizations whose physical presence is required for the proper functioning of these organizations, military personnel, personnel in the field of development cooperation and humanitarian aid, and civil protection personnel in the exercise of their respective functions; and their family members. 

    Documents you need to travel in Europe
    Health cover for temporary stays

    *Transit:

    As a general rule, passengers in transit in the EU+ area are exempted from temporary travel restriction.

    EU citizens entering the EU from a third country, as well as their family members, irrespective of their nationality, are exempted from the travel restrictions regardless of whether or not they are returning to their country of nationality or residence.

    Passengers travelling from a non-EU country to another non-EU country may transit through the international transit area of airports located in the Schengen area. Rules regarding airport transit visa requirements continue to apply.

    *From Third Countries:

    Third-country nationals may no longer enter the territory of the Grand Duchy until 30 September 2021 (inclusive). Details concerning these restrictions and the various exceptions are available on covid19.lu. 

    Any person aged 12 or over, regardless of their nationality, travelling by air transport to the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, must present at the boarding either: 

    • a certificate of vaccination attesting a complete vaccination schedule carried out with a vaccine that has been granted a marketing authorisation by the European Medicines Agency (AstraZeneca, BioNTech/Pfizer, Johnson&Johnson and Moderna), issued by a public or medical authority of a Member State of the European Union or of a Member State of the Schengen Area. A complete vaccination schedule means any schedule that defines the number and interval of injections necessary to achieve sufficient protective immunity, and that is complete upon administration of the required doses as planned in the case of multiple-dose vaccines or, for single-dose vaccines, after a 14-day gap. For persons who have recovered and have been vaccinated within 180 days of the first positive NAAT test result, the vaccination schedule is complete after 14 days after the administration of the single dose of any vaccine; 
    • a certificate of recovery issued by a doctor or a national authority of a Member State of the European Union or a Member State of the Schengen Area for persons who have had a recent SARS-CoV-2 infection within 6 months prior to travel and who have completed the applicable isolation period in the respective country with the disappearance of all symptoms of infection; 
    • a negative result (on paper or electronic document) of a nucleic acid amplification test (NAAT) of SARS-CoV-2 viral RNA (either by PCR, TMA or LAMP method) performed less than 72 hours prior to the flight, or a rapid antigen test performed less than 48 hours prior to the flight, from a laboratory or other organisation authorised for this purpose. The negative test result must be presented, if necessary along with a translation, either in one of the administrative languages (Luxembourgish, French, German) of Luxembourg, or in English. Documents in Italian, Spanish or Portuguese are also accepted. 

    In addition to the COVID-19 vaccination, recovery and test certificates, the system in place temporarily allows for the recognition of COVID-19 vaccination, recovery and test certificates issued by another Member State of the European Union or a Member State of the Schengen Area, which are not yet drawn up in accordance with the European Regulation on the EU digital COVID certificate.

    During this phase, for example, certificates without a QR code or proof of vaccinations in a vaccination booklet are accepted. 

    The following persons are exempted from these obligations: 

    • People on duty employed in the transport sector; 
    • Persons making a return journey by air, for less than 72 hours, from the Grand Duchy to a country which is a member of the Schengen area or the European Union, provided they have not left the Schengen area or the territory of the EU Member States during this period; 
    • Members of the diplomatic corps, personnel of international organizations and persons invited by these international organizations whose physical presence is required for the proper functioning of these organizations, military personnel, personnel in the field of development cooperation and humanitarian aid, and civil protection personnel in the exercise of their respective functions; and their family members. 

    Please note that the testing obligations applicable to all persons wishing to enter Luxembourg from a third country are in addition to the temporary restrictions already in place for non-essential travel to the EU. 

    Exception

    • Children under 12 years.
    • People on duty employed in the transport sector;
    • Transit passengers
    • Health professionals, health researchers and care providers for elderly people;
    • Members of the diplomatic corps, personnel of international organizations and persons invited by these international organizations whose physical presence is required for the proper functioning of these organizations, military personnel, personnel in the field of development cooperation and humanitarian aid, and civil protection personnel in the exercise of their respective functions, and their family members;

    Those concerned are required to report their presence to the Health Inspection Department (per e-mail: contact-covid@ms.etat.lu or by telephone: 247-65533), which ensures a reinforced monitoring and tracing. 

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Luxembourg: In response to a sharp rise in the number of COVID-19 cases in Luxembourg, additional measures have been put in place to limit the spread of the virus.
    You must wear a face covering and observe the standard social distancing requirement when travelling through Luxembourg Airport (Findel). Your mask should not be removed during security control. Hand sanitiser is available throughout the terminal where hand washing is unavailable.
    Face coverings must be worn on public transport and in all indoor areas open to the public and where the public is circulating.
    Breaches of regulations can result in fines of up to €1000.
    *Accommodation: Hotel and guesthouse bars and restaurants are now open to the public under the same conditions as all other restaurants, bars and cafes (see below). Face coverings must be worn in public areas, and where the social distancing requirement cannot be met.
    *Public spaces and services: The government has introduced a voluntary ‘CovidCheck’ system which allows users to demonstrate their health status, including vaccination status and COVID-19 test results. Businesses can also opt in on a voluntary basis, however there is a difference to measures and restrictions for those who choose not to opt in.
    Face coverings must be worn in shops, supermarkets, exhibitions, and other places that are open to the public.
    Restaurants and bars are open for service both indoors and outdoors.
    Restaurants and bars that use the ‘CovidCheck’ system, can operate without having to comply with special sanitary measures, such as the wearing of masks, eating while seated, and maintaining a distance between tables.
    Without the ‘CovidCheck’ system, the following measures are in place:
    • indoors (up to four people) and outdoors (up to ten people), are permitted to sit at each table, unless they are from the same household. Tables need to be 1.5 metres apart, or separated by a barrier.
    All customers seated indoors and over the age of six years must:
    • present a negative PCR test carried out less than 72 hours before access; or
    • present a negative rapid antigen test carried out less than 24 hours and certified by a health professional, civil servant or public employee designated for this purpose by the Director of Health; or
    • present a negative antigen self-test performed on site.
    Anyone refusing to present a negative test result or take a test will be unable to be seated indoors.
    Outdoor spaces and terraces must be open on three sides. Take-away, drive-through and home delivery services remain available. Other restrictions include limiting the additional number of people allowed at gatherings at home or private events to a maximum of ten visitors.
    Public gatherings of 11 to 300 people can be held using the ‘CovidCheck’ system. In this case seating arrangements, the wearing of masks and social distancing, are not required. Events of more than 200 people and up to a maximum of 2000 are subject to agreement in advance by the Health Directorate.
    Cinemas, theatres, nightclubs and cultural events are open.
    Shops, hairdressers and beauticians are open. Indoor sports facilities, gyms, swimming pools and aquatic centers are open with strict hygiene restrictions in place.
    To find out more about local restrictions, please refer to theLuxembourg government website

    Read more
    16.09.2021
  • Luxembourg Latest News: People traveling from the U.K. to Luxembourg will have to undergo COVID–19 test and quarantine upon arrival until 15 July (Delano, 01.07.2021).

    International Restrictions:
    *From within the EU:

    Since 13 June, any person aged 12 or over, regardless of their nationality, travelling by air transport to the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, must present at the boarding either: 

    • a certificate of vaccination attesting a complete vaccination schedule carried out with a vaccine that has been granted a marketing authorisation by the European Medicines Agency (AstraZeneca, BioNTech/Pfizer, Johnson&Johnson and Moderna), issued by a public or medical authority of a Member State of the European Union or of a Member State of the Schengen Area. A complete vaccination schedule means any schedule that defines the number and interval of injections necessary to achieve sufficient protective immunity, and that is complete upon administration of the required doses as planned in the case of multiple-dose vaccines or, for single-dose vaccines, after a 14-day gap. For persons who have recovered and have been vaccinated within 180 days of the first positive NAAT test result, the vaccination schedule is complete after 14 days after the administration of the single dose of any vaccine; 
    • a certificate of recovery issued by a doctor or a national authority of a Member State of the European Union or a Member State of the Schengen Area for persons who have had a recent SARS-CoV-2 infection within 6 months prior to travel and who have completed the applicable isolation period in the respective country with the disappearance of all symptoms of infection; 
    • a negative result (on paper or electronic document) of a nucleic acid amplification test (NAAT) of SARS-CoV-2 viral RNA (either by PCR, TMA or LAMP method) performed less than 72 hours prior to the flight, or a rapid antigen test performed less than 48 hours prior to the flight, from a laboratory or other organisation authorised for this purpose. The negative test result must be presented, if necessary along with a translation, either in one of the administrative languages (Luxembourgish, French, German) of Luxembourg, or in English. Documents in Italian, Spanish or Portuguese are also accepted. 

    In addition to the COVID-19 vaccination, recovery and test certificates, the system in place temporarily allows for the recognition of COVID-19 vaccination, recovery and test certificates issued by another Member State of the European Union or a Member State of the Schengen Area, which are not yet drawn up in accordance with the European Regulation on the EU digital COVID certificate. During this phase, for example, certificates without a QR code or proof of vaccinations in a vaccination booklet are accepted. 

    These obligations do not apply to travel by land. 

    The following persons are exempted from these obligations: 

    • People on duty employed in the transport sector; 
    • Health professionals, health researchers and care providers for elderly people;
    • Persons making a return journey by air, for less than 72 hours, from the Grand Duchy to a country which is a member of the Schengen area or the European Union, provided they have not left the Schengen area or the territory of the EU Member States during this period; 
    • Members of the diplomatic corps, personnel of international organizations and persons invited by these international organizations whose physical presence is required for the proper functioning of these organizations, military personnel, personnel in the field of development cooperation and humanitarian aid, and civil protection personnel in the exercise of their respective functions; and their family members. 

    Documents you need to travel in Europe
    Health cover for temporary stays

    *Transit:

    As a general rule, passengers in transit in the EU+ area are exempted from temporary travel restriction.

    EU citizens entering the EU from a third country, as well as their family members, irrespective of their nationality, are exempted from the travel restrictions regardless of whether or not they are returning to their country of nationality or residence.

    Passengers travelling from a non-EU country to another non-EU country may transit through the international transit area of airports located in the Schengen area. Rules regarding airport transit visa requirements continue to apply.

    *From Third Countries:

    Third-country nationals may no longer enter the territory of the Grand Duchy until 30 September 2021 (inclusive). Details concerning these restrictions and the various exceptions are available on covid19.lu. 

    Any person aged 12 or over, regardless of their nationality, travelling by air transport to the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, must present at the boarding either: 

    • a certificate of vaccination attesting a complete vaccination schedule carried out with a vaccine that has been granted a marketing authorisation by the European Medicines Agency (AstraZeneca, BioNTech/Pfizer, Johnson&Johnson and Moderna), issued by a public or medical authority of a Member State of the European Union or of a Member State of the Schengen Area. A complete vaccination schedule means any schedule that defines the number and interval of injections necessary to achieve sufficient protective immunity, and that is complete upon administration of the required doses as planned in the case of multiple-dose vaccines or, for single-dose vaccines, after a 14-day gap. For persons who have recovered and have been vaccinated within 180 days of the first positive NAAT test result, the vaccination schedule is complete after 14 days after the administration of the single dose of any vaccine; 
    • a certificate of recovery issued by a doctor or a national authority of a Member State of the European Union or a Member State of the Schengen Area for persons who have had a recent SARS-CoV-2 infection within 6 months prior to travel and who have completed the applicable isolation period in the respective country with the disappearance of all symptoms of infection; 
    • a negative result (on paper or electronic document) of a nucleic acid amplification test (NAAT) of SARS-CoV-2 viral RNA (either by PCR, TMA or LAMP method) performed less than 72 hours prior to the flight, or a rapid antigen test performed less than 48 hours prior to the flight, from a laboratory or other organisation authorised for this purpose. The negative test result must be presented, if necessary along with a translation, either in one of the administrative languages (Luxembourgish, French, German) of Luxembourg, or in English. Documents in Italian, Spanish or Portuguese are also accepted. 

    In addition to the COVID-19 vaccination, recovery and test certificates, the system in place temporarily allows for the recognition of COVID-19 vaccination, recovery and test certificates issued by another Member State of the European Union or a Member State of the Schengen Area, which are not yet drawn up in accordance with the European Regulation on the EU digital COVID certificate.

    During this phase, for example, certificates without a QR code or proof of vaccinations in a vaccination booklet are accepted. 

    The following persons are exempted from these obligations: 

    • People on duty employed in the transport sector; 
    • Persons making a return journey by air, for less than 72 hours, from the Grand Duchy to a country which is a member of the Schengen area or the European Union, provided they have not left the Schengen area or the territory of the EU Member States during this period; 
    • Members of the diplomatic corps, personnel of international organizations and persons invited by these international organizations whose physical presence is required for the proper functioning of these organizations, military personnel, personnel in the field of development cooperation and humanitarian aid, and civil protection personnel in the exercise of their respective functions; and their family members. 

    Please note that the testing obligations applicable to all persons wishing to enter Luxembourg from a third country are in addition to the temporary restrictions already in place for non-essential travel to the EU. 

    Additional measures are applicable until 14 September 2021 for India, regardless of the means of transport. Any person, aged 12 and over, who stayed in India during the 14 days prior to arrival in Luxembourg must undergo a COVID-19 test (PCR, TMA or LAMP methods) as soon as possible and inform the medical analysis laboratory about their stay in India. This obligation applies to any person who has stayed in India during the 14 days before arrival, regardless of the duration of the stay in India and in Luxembourg, and regardless of the means of transport to the Grand Duchy. Upon arrival in the Grand Duchy, the persons concerned are placed in strict quarantine for 7 days with the obligation to undergo a second COVID-19 test from the 6th day of quarantine. In the event of refusal to submit to the test on arrival or at the end of the 7-day quarantine period, the quarantine will be extended for a further 7 days, bringing the total duration to 14 days. 

    Exception

    • Children under 12 years.
    • People on duty employed in the transport sector;
    • Transit passengers
    • Health professionals, health researchers and care providers for elderly people;
    • Members of the diplomatic corps, personnel of international organizations and persons invited by these international organizations whose physical presence is required for the proper functioning of these organizations, military personnel, personnel in the field of development cooperation and humanitarian aid, and civil protection personnel in the exercise of their respective functions, and their family members;

    Those concerned are required to report their presence to the Health Inspection Department (per e-mail: contact-covid@ms.etat.lu or by telephone: 247-65533), which ensures a reinforced monitoring and tracing. 

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Luxembourg: In response to a sharp rise in the number of COVID-19 cases in Luxembourg, additional measures have been put in place to limit the spread of the virus.
    You must wear a face covering and observe the standard social distancing requirement when travelling through Luxembourg Airport (Findel). Your mask should not be removed during security control. Hand sanitiser is available throughout the terminal where hand washing is unavailable.
    Face coverings must be worn on public transport and in all indoor areas open to the public and where the public is circulating.
    Breaches of regulations can result in fines of up to €1000.
    *Accommodation: Hotel and guesthouse bars and restaurants are now open to the public under the same conditions as all other restaurants, bars and cafes (see below). Face coverings must be worn in public areas, and where the social distancing requirement cannot be met.
    *Public spaces and services: The government has introduced a voluntary ‘CovidCheck’ system which allows users to demonstrate their health status, including vaccination status and COVID-19 test results. Businesses can also opt in on a voluntary basis, however there is a difference to measures and restrictions for those who choose not to opt in.
    Face coverings must be worn in shops, supermarkets, exhibitions, and other places that are open to the public.
    Restaurants and bars are open for service both indoors and outdoors.
    Restaurants and bars that use the ‘CovidCheck’ system, can operate without having to comply with special sanitary measures, such as the wearing of masks, eating while seated, and maintaining a distance between tables.
    Without the ‘CovidCheck’ system, the following measures are in place:
    • indoors (up to four people) and outdoors (up to ten people), are permitted to sit at each table, unless they are from the same household. Tables need to be 1.5 metres apart, or separated by a barrier.
    All customers seated indoors and over the age of six years must:
    • present a negative PCR test carried out less than 72 hours before access; or
    • present a negative rapid antigen test carried out less than 24 hours and certified by a health professional, civil servant or public employee designated for this purpose by the Director of Health; or
    • present a negative antigen self-test performed on site.
    Anyone refusing to present a negative test result or take a test will be unable to be seated indoors.
    Outdoor spaces and terraces must be open on three sides. Take-away, drive-through and home delivery services remain available. Other restrictions include limiting the additional number of people allowed at gatherings at home or private events to a maximum of ten visitors.
    Public gatherings of 11 to 300 people can be held using the ‘CovidCheck’ system. In this case seating arrangements, the wearing of masks and social distancing, are not required. Events of more than 200 people and up to a maximum of 2000 are subject to agreement in advance by the Health Directorate.
    Cinemas, theatres, nightclubs and cultural events are open.
    Shops, hairdressers and beauticians are open. Indoor sports facilities, gyms, swimming pools and aquatic centers are open with strict hygiene restrictions in place.
    To find out more about local restrictions, please refer to theLuxembourg government website

    Read more
    06.08.2021
  • Luxembourg Latest News: People traveling from the U.K. to Luxembourg will have to undergo COVID–19 test and quarantine upon arrival until 15 July (Delano, 01.07.2021).

    International Restrictions:
    *From within the EU:

    Since 13 June, any person aged 12 or over, regardless of their nationality, travelling by air transport to the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, must present at the boarding either: 

    • a certificate of vaccination attesting a complete vaccination schedule carried out with a vaccine that has been granted a marketing authorisation by the European Medicines Agency (AstraZeneca, BioNTech/Pfizer, Johnson&Johnson and Moderna), issued by a public or medical authority of a Member State of the European Union or of a Member State of the Schengen Area. A complete vaccination schedule means any schedule that defines the number and interval of injections necessary to achieve sufficient protective immunity, and that is complete upon administration of the required doses as planned in the case of multiple-dose vaccines or, for single-dose vaccines, after a 14-day gap. For persons who have recovered and have been vaccinated within 180 days of the first positive NAAT test result, the vaccination schedule is complete after 14 days after the administration of the single dose of any vaccine; 
    • a certificate of recovery issued by a doctor or a national authority of a Member State of the European Union or a Member State of the Schengen Area for persons who have had a recent SARS-CoV-2 infection within 6 months prior to travel and who have completed the applicable isolation period in the respective country with the disappearance of all symptoms of infection; 
    • a negative result (on paper or electronic document) of a nucleic acid amplification test (NAAT) of SARS-CoV-2 viral RNA (either by PCR, TMA or LAMP method) performed less than 72 hours prior to the flight, or a rapid antigen test performed less than 48 hours prior to the flight, from a laboratory or other organisation authorised for this purpose. The negative test result must be presented, if necessary along with a translation, either in one of the administrative languages (Luxembourgish, French, German) of Luxembourg, or in English. Documents in Italian, Spanish or Portuguese are also accepted. 

    In addition to the COVID-19 vaccination, recovery and test certificates, the system in place temporarily allows for the recognition of COVID-19 vaccination, recovery and test certificates issued by another Member State of the European Union or a Member State of the Schengen Area, which are not yet drawn up in accordance with the European Regulation on the EU digital COVID certificate. During this phase, for example, certificates without a QR code or proof of vaccinations in a vaccination booklet are accepted. 

    These obligations do not apply to travel by land. 

    The following persons are exempted from these obligations: 

    • People on duty employed in the transport sector; 
    • Health professionals, health researchers and care providers for elderly people;
    • Persons making a return journey by air, for less than 72 hours, from the Grand Duchy to a country which is a member of the Schengen area or the European Union, provided they have not left the Schengen area or the territory of the EU Member States during this period; 
    • Members of the diplomatic corps, personnel of international organizations and persons invited by these international organizations whose physical presence is required for the proper functioning of these organizations, military personnel, personnel in the field of development cooperation and humanitarian aid, and civil protection personnel in the exercise of their respective functions; and their family members. 

    Documents you need to travel in Europe
    Health cover for temporary stays

    *Transit:

    As a general rule, passengers in transit in the EU+ area are exempted from temporary travel restriction.

    EU citizens entering the EU from a third country, as well as their family members, irrespective of their nationality, are exempted from the travel restrictions regardless of whether or not they are returning to their country of nationality or residence.

    Passengers travelling from a non-EU country to another non-EU country may transit through the international transit area of airports located in the Schengen area. Rules regarding airport transit visa requirements continue to apply.

    *From Third Countries:

    Third-country nationals may no longer enter the territory of the Grand Duchy until 30 September 2021 (inclusive). Details concerning these restrictions and the various exceptions are available on covid19.lu. 

    Any person aged 12 or over, regardless of their nationality, travelling by air transport to the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, must present at the boarding either: 

    • a certificate of vaccination attesting a complete vaccination schedule carried out with a vaccine that has been granted a marketing authorisation by the European Medicines Agency (AstraZeneca, BioNTech/Pfizer, Johnson&Johnson and Moderna), issued by a public or medical authority of a Member State of the European Union or of a Member State of the Schengen Area. A complete vaccination schedule means any schedule that defines the number and interval of injections necessary to achieve sufficient protective immunity, and that is complete upon administration of the required doses as planned in the case of multiple-dose vaccines or, for single-dose vaccines, after a 14-day gap. For persons who have recovered and have been vaccinated within 180 days of the first positive NAAT test result, the vaccination schedule is complete after 14 days after the administration of the single dose of any vaccine; 
    • a certificate of recovery issued by a doctor or a national authority of a Member State of the European Union or a Member State of the Schengen Area for persons who have had a recent SARS-CoV-2 infection within 6 months prior to travel and who have completed the applicable isolation period in the respective country with the disappearance of all symptoms of infection; 
    • a negative result (on paper or electronic document) of a nucleic acid amplification test (NAAT) of SARS-CoV-2 viral RNA (either by PCR, TMA or LAMP method) performed less than 72 hours prior to the flight, or a rapid antigen test performed less than 48 hours prior to the flight, from a laboratory or other organisation authorised for this purpose. The negative test result must be presented, if necessary along with a translation, either in one of the administrative languages (Luxembourgish, French, German) of Luxembourg, or in English. Documents in Italian, Spanish or Portuguese are also accepted. 

    In addition to the COVID-19 vaccination, recovery and test certificates, the system in place temporarily allows for the recognition of COVID-19 vaccination, recovery and test certificates issued by another Member State of the European Union or a Member State of the Schengen Area, which are not yet drawn up in accordance with the European Regulation on the EU digital COVID certificate.

    During this phase, for example, certificates without a QR code or proof of vaccinations in a vaccination booklet are accepted. 

     The following persons are exempted from these obligations: 

    • People on duty employed in the transport sector; 
    • Persons making a return journey by air, for less than 72 hours, from the Grand Duchy to a country which is a member of the Schengen area or the European Union, provided they have not left the Schengen area or the territory of the EU Member States during this period; 
    • Members of the diplomatic corps, personnel of international organizations and persons invited by these international organizations whose physical presence is required for the proper functioning of these organizations, military personnel, personnel in the field of development cooperation and humanitarian aid, and civil protection personnel in the exercise of their respective functions, provided that their stay in Luxembourg does not exceed 72 hours; 

    Please note that the testing obligations applicable to all persons wishing to enter Luxembourg from a third country are in addition to the temporary restrictions already in place for non-essential travel to the EU. 

     Additional measures are applicable until 31 July 2021 for the United Kingdom, and until 14 September 2021 for India, regardless of the means of transport. Any person, aged 12 and over, who stayed in India or the United Kingdom during the 14 days prior to arrival in Luxembourg must undergo a COVID-19 test (PCR, TMA or LAMP methods) as soon as possible and inform the medical analysis laboratory about their stay in India or the United Kingdom. This obligation applies to any person who has stayed in India during the 14 days before arrival, regardless of the duration of the stay in India and in Luxembourg, and regardless of the means of transport to the Grand Duchy. Upon arrival in the Grand Duchy, the persons concerned are placed in strict quarantine for 7 days with the obligation to undergo a second COVID-19 test from the 6th day of quarantine. In the event of refusal to submit to the test on arrival or at the end of the 7-day quarantine period, the quarantine will be extended for a further 7 days, bringing the total duration to 14 days. 

    Those concerned are required to report their presence to the Health Inspection Department (per e-mail: contact-covid@ms.etat.lu or by telephone: 247-65533), which ensures a reinforced monitoring and tracing. 

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Luxembourg: In response to a sharp rise in the number of COVID-19 cases in Luxembourg, additional measures have been put in place to limit the spread of the virus.
    You must wear a face covering and observe the standard social distancing requirement when travelling through Luxembourg Airport (Findel). Your mask should not be removed during security control. Hand sanitiser is available throughout the terminal where hand washing is unavailable.
    Face coverings must be worn on public transport and in all indoor areas open to the public and where the public is circulating.
    Breaches of regulations can result in fines of up to €1000.
    *Accommodation: Hotel and guesthouse bars and restaurants are now open to the public under the same conditions as all other restaurants, bars and cafes (see below). Face coverings must be worn in public areas, and where the social distancing requirement cannot be met.
    *Public spaces and services: The government has introduced a voluntary ‘CovidCheck’ system which allows users to demonstrate their health status, including vaccination status and COVID-19 test results. Businesses can also opt in on a voluntary basis, however there is a difference to measures and restrictions for those who choose not to opt in.
    Face coverings must be worn in shops, supermarkets, exhibitions, and other places that are open to the public.
    Restaurants and bars are open for service both indoors and outdoors.
    Restaurants and bars that use the ‘CovidCheck’ system, can operate without having to comply with special sanitary measures, such as the wearing of masks, eating while seated, and maintaining a distance between tables.
    Without the ‘CovidCheck’ system, the following measures are in place:
    • indoors (up to four people) and outdoors (up to ten people), are permitted to sit at each table, unless they are from the same household. Tables need to be 1.5 metres apart, or separated by a barrier.
    All customers seated indoors and over the age of six years must:
    • present a negative PCR test carried out less than 72 hours before access; or
    • present a negative rapid antigen test carried out less than 24 hours and certified by a health professional, civil servant or public employee designated for this purpose by the Director of Health; or
    • present a negative antigen self-test performed on site.
    Anyone refusing to present a negative test result or take a test will be unable to be seated indoors.
    Outdoor spaces and terraces must be open on three sides. Take-away, drive-through and home delivery services remain available. Other restrictions include limiting the additional number of people allowed at gatherings at home or private events to a maximum of ten visitors.
    Public gatherings of 11 to 300 people can be held using the ‘CovidCheck’ system. In this case seating arrangements, the wearing of masks and social distancing, are not required. Events of more than 200 people and up to a maximum of 2000 are subject to agreement in advance by the Health Directorate.
    Cinemas, theatres, nightclubs and cultural events are open.
    Shops, hairdressers and beauticians are open. Indoor sports facilities, gyms, swimming pools and aquatic centers are open with strict hygiene restrictions in place.
    To find out more about local restrictions, please refer to theLuxembourg government website

    Read more
    04.08.2021
  • Luxembourg Latest News: People traveling from the U.K. to Luxembourg will have to undergo COVID–19 test and quarantine upon arrival until 15 July (Delano, 01.07.2021).

    International Restrictions:
    *From within the EU:

    Since 13 June, any person aged 12 or over, regardless of their nationality, travelling by air transport to the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, must present at the boarding either: 

    • a certificate of vaccination attesting a complete vaccination schedule carried out with a vaccine that has been granted a marketing authorisation by the European Medicines Agency (AstraZeneca, BioNTech/Pfizer, Johnson&Johnson and Moderna), issued by a public or medical authority of a Member State of the European Union or of a Member State of the Schengen Area. A complete vaccination schedule means any schedule that defines the number and interval of injections necessary to achieve sufficient protective immunity, and that is complete upon administration of the required doses as planned in the case of multiple-dose vaccines or, for single-dose vaccines, after a 14-day gap. For persons who have recovered and have been vaccinated within 180 days of the first positive NAAT test result, the vaccination schedule is complete after 14 days after the administration of the single dose of any vaccine; 
    • a certificate of recovery issued by a doctor or a national authority of a Member State of the European Union or a Member State of the Schengen Area for persons who have had a recent SARS-CoV-2 infection within 6 months prior to travel and who have completed the applicable isolation period in the respective country with the disappearance of all symptoms of infection; 
    • a negative result (on paper or electronic document) of a nucleic acid amplification test (NAAT) of SARS-CoV-2 viral RNA (either by PCR, TMA or LAMP method) performed less than 72 hours prior to the flight, or a rapid antigen test performed less than 48 hours prior to the flight, from a laboratory or other organisation authorised for this purpose. The negative test result must be presented, if necessary along with a translation, either in one of the administrative languages (Luxembourgish, French, German) of Luxembourg, or in English. Documents in Italian, Spanish or Portuguese are also accepted. 

    In addition to the COVID-19 vaccination, recovery and test certificates, the system in place temporarily allows for the recognition of COVID-19 vaccination, recovery and test certificates issued by another Member State of the European Union or a Member State of the Schengen Area, which are not yet drawn up in accordance with the European Regulation on the EU digital COVID certificate. During this phase, for example, certificates without a QR code or proof of vaccinations in a vaccination booklet are accepted. 

    These obligations do not apply to travel by land. 

    The following persons are exempted from these obligations: 

    • People on duty employed in the transport sector; 
    • Health professionals, health researchers and care providers for elderly people;
    • Persons making a return journey by air, for less than 72 hours, from the Grand Duchy to a country which is a member of the Schengen area or the European Union, provided they have not left the Schengen area or the territory of the EU Member States during this period; 
    • Members of the diplomatic corps, personnel of international organizations and persons invited by these international organizations whose physical presence is required for the proper functioning of these organizations, military personnel, personnel in the field of development cooperation and humanitarian aid, and civil protection personnel in the exercise of their respective functions; and their family members. 

    Documents you need to travel in Europe
    Health cover for temporary stays

    *Transit:

    As a general rule, passengers in transit in the EU+ area are exempted from temporary travel restriction.

    EU citizens entering the EU from a third country, as well as their family members, irrespective of their nationality, are exempted from the travel restrictions regardless of whether or not they are returning to their country of nationality or residence.

    Passengers travelling from a non-EU country to another non-EU country may transit through the international transit area of airports located in the Schengen area. Rules regarding airport transit visa requirements continue to apply.

    *From Third Countries:

    Third-country nationals may no longer enter the territory of the Grand Duchy until 30 September 2021 (inclusive). Details concerning these restrictions and the various exceptions are available on covid19.lu. 

    Any person aged 12 or over, regardless of their nationality, travelling by air transport to the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, must present at the boarding either: 

    • a certificate of vaccination attesting a complete vaccination schedule carried out with a vaccine that has been granted a marketing authorisation by the European Medicines Agency (AstraZeneca, BioNTech/Pfizer, Johnson&Johnson and Moderna), issued by a public or medical authority of a Member State of the European Union or of a Member State of the Schengen Area. A complete vaccination schedule means any schedule that defines the number and interval of injections necessary to achieve sufficient protective immunity, and that is complete upon administration of the required doses as planned in the case of multiple-dose vaccines or, for single-dose vaccines, after a 14-day gap. For persons who have recovered and have been vaccinated within 180 days of the first positive NAAT test result, the vaccination schedule is complete after 14 days after the administration of the single dose of any vaccine; 
    • a certificate of recovery issued by a doctor or a national authority of a Member State of the European Union or a Member State of the Schengen Area for persons who have had a recent SARS-CoV-2 infection within 6 months prior to travel and who have completed the applicable isolation period in the respective country with the disappearance of all symptoms of infection; 
    • a negative result (on paper or electronic document) of a nucleic acid amplification test (NAAT) of SARS-CoV-2 viral RNA (either by PCR, TMA or LAMP method) performed less than 72 hours prior to the flight, or a rapid antigen test performed less than 48 hours prior to the flight, from a laboratory or other organisation authorised for this purpose. The negative test result must be presented, if necessary along with a translation, either in one of the administrative languages (Luxembourgish, French, German) of Luxembourg, or in English. Documents in Italian, Spanish or Portuguese are also accepted. 

    In addition to the COVID-19 vaccination, recovery and test certificates, the system in place temporarily allows for the recognition of COVID-19 vaccination, recovery and test certificates issued by another Member State of the European Union or a Member State of the Schengen Area, which are not yet drawn up in accordance with the European Regulation on the EU digital COVID certificate.

    During this phase, for example, certificates without a QR code or proof of vaccinations in a vaccination booklet are accepted. 

     The following persons are exempted from these obligations: 

    • People on duty employed in the transport sector; 
    • Persons making a return journey by air, for less than 72 hours, from the Grand Duchy to a country which is a member of the Schengen area or the European Union, provided they have not left the Schengen area or the territory of the EU Member States during this period; 
    • Members of the diplomatic corps, personnel of international organizations and persons invited by these international organizations whose physical presence is required for the proper functioning of these organizations, military personnel, personnel in the field of development cooperation and humanitarian aid, and civil protection personnel in the exercise of their respective functions, provided that their stay in Luxembourg does not exceed 72 hours; 

    Please note that the testing obligations applicable to all persons wishing to enter Luxembourg from a third country are in addition to the temporary restrictions already in place for non-essential travel to the EU. 

     Additional measures are applicable until 31 July 2021 for the United Kingdom, and until 14 September 2021 for India, regardless of the means of transport. Any person, aged 12 and over, who stayed in India or the United Kingdom during the 14 days prior to arrival in Luxembourg must undergo a COVID-19 test (PCR, TMA or LAMP methods) as soon as possible and inform the medical analysis laboratory about their stay in India or the United Kingdom. This obligation applies to any person who has stayed in India during the 14 days before arrival, regardless of the duration of the stay in India and in Luxembourg, and regardless of the means of transport to the Grand Duchy. Upon arrival in the Grand Duchy, the persons concerned are placed in strict quarantine for 7 days with the obligation to undergo a second COVID-19 test from the 6th day of quarantine. In the event of refusal to submit to the test on arrival or at the end of the 7-day quarantine period, the quarantine will be extended for a further 7 days, bringing the total duration to 14 days. 

    Those concerned are required to report their presence to the Health Inspection Department (per e-mail: contact-covid@ms.etat.lu or by telephone: 247-65533), which ensures a reinforced monitoring and tracing. 

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Luxembourg: In response to a sharp rise in the number of COVID-19 cases in Luxembourg, additional measures have been put in place to limit the spread of the virus.
    You must wear a face covering and observe the standard social distancing requirement when travelling through Luxembourg Airport (Findel). Your mask should not be removed during security control. Hand sanitiser is available throughout the terminal where hand washing is unavailable.
    Face coverings must be worn on public transport and in all indoor areas open to the public and where the public is circulating.
    Breaches of regulations can result in fines of up to €1000.
    *Accommodation: Hotel and guesthouse bars and restaurants are now open to the public under the same conditions as all other restaurants, bars and cafes (see below). Face coverings must be worn in public areas, and where the social distancing requirement cannot be met.
    *Public spaces and services: The government has introduced a voluntary ‘CovidCheck’ system which allows users to demonstrate their health status, including vaccination status and COVID-19 test results. Businesses can also opt in on a voluntary basis, however there is a difference to measures and restrictions for those who choose not to opt in.
    Face coverings must be worn in shops, supermarkets, exhibitions, and other places that are open to the public.
    Restaurants and bars are open for service both indoors and outdoors.
    Restaurants and bars that use the ‘CovidCheck’ system, can operate without having to comply with special sanitary measures, such as the wearing of masks, eating while seated, and maintaining a distance between tables.
    Without the ‘CovidCheck’ system, the following measures are in place:
    • indoors (up to four people) and outdoors (up to ten people), are permitted to sit at each table, unless they are from the same household. Tables need to be 1.5 metres apart, or separated by a barrier.
    All customers seated indoors and over the age of six years must:
    • present a negative PCR test carried out less than 72 hours before access; or
    • present a negative rapid antigen test carried out less than 24 hours and certified by a health professional, civil servant or public employee designated for this purpose by the Director of Health; or
    • present a negative antigen self-test performed on site.
    Anyone refusing to present a negative test result or take a test will be unable to be seated indoors.
    Outdoor spaces and terraces must be open on three sides. Take-away, drive-through and home delivery services remain available. Other restrictions include limiting the additional number of people allowed at gatherings at home or private events to a maximum of ten visitors.
    Public gatherings of 11 to 300 people can be held using the ‘CovidCheck’ system. In this case seating arrangements, the wearing of masks and social distancing, are not required. Events of more than 200 people and up to a maximum of 2000 are subject to agreement in advance by the Health Directorate.
    Cinemas, theatres, nightclubs and cultural events are open.
    Shops, hairdressers and beauticians are open. Indoor sports facilities, gyms, swimming pools and aquatic centers are open with strict hygiene restrictions in place.
    To find out more about local restrictions, please refer to theLuxembourg government website

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    28.07.2021
  • Luxembourg Latest News: People traveling from the U.K. to Luxembourg will have to undergo COVID–19 test and quarantine upon arrival until 15 July (Delano, 01.07.2021).

    International Restrictions:
    *From within the EU:

    Since 13 June, any person aged 12 or over, regardless of their nationality, travelling by air transport to the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, must present at the boarding either: 

    • a certificate of vaccination attesting a complete vaccination schedule carried out with a vaccine that has been granted a marketing authorisation by the European Medicines Agency (AstraZeneca, BioNTech/Pfizer, Johnson&Johnson and Moderna), issued by a public or medical authority of a Member State of the European Union or of a Member State of the Schengen Area. A complete vaccination schedule means any schedule that defines the number and interval of injections necessary to achieve sufficient protective immunity, and that is complete upon administration of the required doses as planned in the case of multiple-dose vaccines or, for single-dose vaccines, after a 14-day gap. For persons who have recovered and have been vaccinated within 180 days of the first positive NAAT test result, the vaccination schedule is complete after 14 days after the administration of the single dose of any vaccine; 
    • a certificate of recovery issued by a doctor or a national authority of a Member State of the European Union or a Member State of the Schengen Area for persons who have had a recent SARS-CoV-2 infection within 6 months prior to travel and who have completed the applicable isolation period in the respective country with the disappearance of all symptoms of infection; 
    • a negative result (on paper or electronic document) of a nucleic acid amplification test (NAAT) of SARS-CoV-2 viral RNA (either by PCR, TMA or LAMP method) performed less than 72 hours prior to the flight, or a rapid antigen test performed less than 48 hours prior to the flight, from a laboratory or other organisation authorised for this purpose. The negative test result must be presented, if necessary along with a translation, either in one of the administrative languages (Luxembourgish, French, German) of Luxembourg, or in English. Documents in Italian, Spanish or Portuguese are also accepted. 

    In addition to the COVID-19 vaccination, recovery and test certificates, the system in place temporarily allows for the recognition of COVID-19 vaccination, recovery and test certificates issued by another Member State of the European Union or a Member State of the Schengen Area, which are not yet drawn up in accordance with the European Regulation on the EU digital COVID certificate. During this phase, for example, certificates without a QR code or proof of vaccinations in a vaccination booklet are accepted. 

     

    These obligations do not apply to travel by land. 

     

    The following persons are exempted from these obligations: 

    • People on duty employed in the transport sector; 
    • Persons making a return journey by air, for less than 72 hours, from the Grand Duchy to a country which is a member of the Schengen area or the European Union, provided they have not left the Schengen area or the territory of the EU Member States during this period; 
    • Members of the diplomatic corps, personnel of international organizations and persons invited by these international organizations whose physical presence is required for the proper functioning of these organizations, military personnel, personnel in the field of development cooperation and humanitarian aid, and civil protection personnel in the exercise of their respective functions, provided that their stay in Luxembourg does not exceed 72 hours; 

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    Health cover for temporary stays

    *Transit:

    As a general rule, passengers in transit in the EU+ area are exempted from temporary travel restriction.

    EU citizens entering the EU from a third country, as well as their family members, irrespective of their nationality, are exempted from the travel restrictions regardless of whether or not they are returning to their country of nationality or residence.

    Passengers travelling from a non-EU country to another non-EU country may transit through the international transit area of airports located in the Schengen area. Rules regarding airport transit visa requirements continue to apply.

    *From Third Countries:

    Third-country nationals may no longer enter the territory of the Grand Duchy until 30 September 2021 (inclusive). Details concerning these restrictions and the various exceptions are available on covid19.lu. 

    Any person aged 12 or over, regardless of their nationality, travelling by air transport to the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, must present at the boarding either: 

    • a certificate of vaccination attesting a complete vaccination schedule carried out with a vaccine that has been granted a marketing authorisation by the European Medicines Agency (AstraZeneca, BioNTech/Pfizer, Johnson&Johnson and Moderna), issued by a public or medical authority of a Member State of the European Union or of a Member State of the Schengen Area. A complete vaccination schedule means any schedule that defines the number and interval of injections necessary to achieve sufficient protective immunity, and that is complete upon administration of the required doses as planned in the case of multiple-dose vaccines or, for single-dose vaccines, after a 14-day gap. For persons who have recovered and have been vaccinated within 180 days of the first positive NAAT test result, the vaccination schedule is complete after 14 days after the administration of the single dose of any vaccine; 
    • a certificate of recovery issued by a doctor or a national authority of a Member State of the European Union or a Member State of the Schengen Area for persons who have had a recent SARS-CoV-2 infection within 6 months prior to travel and who have completed the applicable isolation period in the respective country with the disappearance of all symptoms of infection; 
    • a negative result (on paper or electronic document) of a nucleic acid amplification test (NAAT) of SARS-CoV-2 viral RNA (either by PCR, TMA or LAMP method) performed less than 72 hours prior to the flight, or a rapid antigen test performed less than 48 hours prior to the flight, from a laboratory or other organisation authorised for this purpose. The negative test result must be presented, if necessary along with a translation, either in one of the administrative languages (Luxembourgish, French, German) of Luxembourg, or in English. Documents in Italian, Spanish or Portuguese are also accepted. 

    In addition to the COVID-19 vaccination, recovery and test certificates, the system in place temporarily allows for the recognition of COVID-19 vaccination, recovery and test certificates issued by another Member State of the European Union or a Member State of the Schengen Area, which are not yet drawn up in accordance with the European Regulation on the EU digital COVID certificate.

    During this phase, for example, certificates without a QR code or proof of vaccinations in a vaccination booklet are accepted. 

     The following persons are exempted from these obligations: 

    • People on duty employed in the transport sector; 
    • Persons making a return journey by air, for less than 72 hours, from the Grand Duchy to a country which is a member of the Schengen area or the European Union, provided they have not left the Schengen area or the territory of the EU Member States during this period; 
    • Members of the diplomatic corps, personnel of international organizations and persons invited by these international organizations whose physical presence is required for the proper functioning of these organizations, military personnel, personnel in the field of development cooperation and humanitarian aid, and civil protection personnel in the exercise of their respective functions, provided that their stay in Luxembourg does not exceed 72 hours; 

    Please note that the testing obligations applicable to all persons wishing to enter Luxembourg from a third country are in addition to the temporary restrictions already in place for non-essential travel to the EU. 

     Additional measures are applicable until 31 July 2021 for the United Kingdom, and until 14 September 2021 for India, regardless of the means of transport. Any person, aged 12 and over, who stayed in India or the United Kingdom during the 14 days prior to arrival in Luxembourg must undergo a COVID-19 test (PCR, TMA or LAMP methods) as soon as possible and inform the medical analysis laboratory about their stay in India or the United Kingdom. This obligation applies to any person who has stayed in India during the 14 days before arrival, regardless of the duration of the stay in India and in Luxembourg, and regardless of the means of transport to the Grand Duchy. Upon arrival in the Grand Duchy, the persons concerned are placed in strict quarantine for 7 days with the obligation to undergo a second COVID-19 test from the 6th day of quarantine. In the event of refusal to submit to the test on arrival or at the end of the 7-day quarantine period, the quarantine will be extended for a further 7 days, bringing the total duration to 14 days. 

    Those concerned are required to report their presence to the Health Inspection Department (per e-mail: contact-covid@ms.etat.lu or by telephone: 247-65533), which ensures a reinforced monitoring and tracing. 

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Luxembourg: In response to a sharp rise in the number of COVID-19 cases in Luxembourg, additional measures have been put in place to limit the spread of the virus.
    You must wear a face covering and observe the standard social distancing requirement when travelling through Luxembourg Airport (Findel). Your mask should not be removed during security control. Hand sanitiser is available throughout the terminal where hand washing is unavailable.
    Face coverings must be worn on public transport and in all indoor areas open to the public and where the public is circulating.
    Breaches of regulations can result in fines of up to €1000.
    *Accommodation: Hotel and guesthouse bars and restaurants are now open to the public under the same conditions as all other restaurants, bars and cafes (see below). Face coverings must be worn in public areas, and where the social distancing requirement cannot be met.
    *Public spaces and services: The government has introduced a voluntary ‘CovidCheck’ system which allows users to demonstrate their health status, including vaccination status and COVID-19 test results. Businesses can also opt in on a voluntary basis, however there is a difference to measures and restrictions for those who choose not to opt in.
    Face coverings must be worn in shops, supermarkets, exhibitions, and other places that are open to the public.
    Restaurants and bars are open for service both indoors and outdoors.
    Restaurants and bars that use the ‘CovidCheck’ system, can operate without having to comply with special sanitary measures, such as the wearing of masks, eating while seated, and maintaining a distance between tables.
    Without the ‘CovidCheck’ system, the following measures are in place:
    • indoors (up to four people) and outdoors (up to ten people), are permitted to sit at each table, unless they are from the same household. Tables need to be 1.5 metres apart, or separated by a barrier.
    All customers seated indoors and over the age of six years must:
    • present a negative PCR test carried out less than 72 hours before access; or
    • present a negative rapid antigen test carried out less than 24 hours and certified by a health professional, civil servant or public employee designated for this purpose by the Director of Health; or
    • present a negative antigen self-test performed on site.
    Anyone refusing to present a negative test result or take a test will be unable to be seated indoors.
    Outdoor spaces and terraces must be open on three sides. Take-away, drive-through and home delivery services remain available. Other restrictions include limiting the additional number of people allowed at gatherings at home or private events to a maximum of ten visitors.
    Public gatherings of 11 to 300 people can be held using the ‘CovidCheck’ system. In this case seating arrangements, the wearing of masks and social distancing, are not required. Events of more than 200 people and up to a maximum of 2000 are subject to agreement in advance by the Health Directorate.
    Cinemas, theatres, nightclubs and cultural events are open.
    Shops, hairdressers and beauticians are open. Indoor sports facilities, gyms, swimming pools and aquatic centers are open with strict hygiene restrictions in place.
    To find out more about local restrictions, please refer to theLuxembourg government website

    Read more
    23.07.2021
  • Luxembourg Latest News: People traveling from the U.K. to Luxembourg will have to undergo COVID–19 test and quarantine upon arrival until 15 July (Delano, 01.07.2021).

    International Restrictions:
    *From within the EU:

    Since 13 June, any person aged 12 or over, regardless of their nationality, travelling by air transport to the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, must present at the boarding either: 

    • a certificate of vaccination attesting a complete vaccination schedule carried out with a vaccine that has been granted a marketing authorisation by the European Medicines Agency (AstraZeneca, BioNTech/Pfizer, Johnson&Johnson and Moderna), issued by a public or medical authority of a Member State of the European Union or of a Member State of the Schengen Area. A complete vaccination schedule means any schedule that defines the number and interval of injections necessary to achieve sufficient protective immunity, and that is complete upon administration of the required doses as planned in the case of multiple-dose vaccines or, for single-dose vaccines, after a 14-day gap. For persons who have recovered and have been vaccinated within 180 days of the first positive NAAT test result, the vaccination schedule is complete after 14 days after the administration of the single dose of any vaccine; 
    • a certificate of recovery issued by a doctor or a national authority of a Member State of the European Union or a Member State of the Schengen Area for persons who have had a recent SARS-CoV-2 infection within 6 months prior to travel and who have completed the applicable isolation period in the respective country with the disappearance of all symptoms of infection; 
    • a negative result (on paper or electronic document) of a nucleic acid amplification test (NAAT) of SARS-CoV-2 viral RNA (either by PCR, TMA or LAMP method) performed less than 72 hours prior to the flight, or a rapid antigen test performed less than 48 hours prior to the flight, from a laboratory or other organisation authorised for this purpose. The negative test result must be presented, if necessary along with a translation, either in one of the administrative languages (Luxembourgish, French, German) of Luxembourg, or in English. Documents in Italian, Spanish or Portuguese are also accepted. 

    In addition to the COVID-19 vaccination, recovery and test certificates, the system in place temporarily allows for the recognition of COVID-19 vaccination, recovery and test certificates issued by another Member State of the European Union or a Member State of the Schengen Area, which are not yet drawn up in accordance with the European Regulation on the EU digital COVID certificate. During this phase, for example, certificates without a QR code or proof of vaccinations in a vaccination booklet are accepted. 

     

    These obligations do not apply to travel by land. 

     

    The following persons are exempted from these obligations: 

    • People on duty employed in the transport sector; 
    • Persons making a return journey by air, for less than 72 hours, from the Grand Duchy to a country which is a member of the Schengen area or the European Union, provided they have not left the Schengen area or the territory of the EU Member States during this period; 
    • Members of the diplomatic corps, personnel of international organizations and persons invited by these international organizations whose physical presence is required for the proper functioning of these organizations, military personnel, personnel in the field of development cooperation and humanitarian aid, and civil protection personnel in the exercise of their respective functions, provided that their stay in Luxembourg does not exceed 72 hours; 

    Documents you need to travel in Europe
    Health cover for temporary stays

    *Transit:

    As a general rule, passengers in transit in the EU+ area are exempted from temporary travel restriction.

    EU citizens entering the EU from a third country, as well as their family members, irrespective of their nationality, are exempted from the travel restrictions regardless of whether or not they are returning to their country of nationality or residence.

    Passengers travelling from a non-EU country to another non-EU country may transit through the international transit area of airports located in the Schengen area. Rules regarding airport transit visa requirements continue to apply.

    *From Third Countries:

    Third-country nationals may no longer enter the territory of the Grand Duchy until 30 September 2021 (inclusive). Details concerning these restrictions and the various exceptions are available on covid19.lu. 

    Any person aged 12 or over, regardless of their nationality, travelling by air transport to the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, must present at the boarding either: 

    • a certificate of vaccination attesting a complete vaccination schedule carried out with a vaccine that has been granted a marketing authorisation by the European Medicines Agency (AstraZeneca, BioNTech/Pfizer, Johnson&Johnson and Moderna), issued by a public or medical authority of a Member State of the European Union or of a Member State of the Schengen Area. A complete vaccination schedule means any schedule that defines the number and interval of injections necessary to achieve sufficient protective immunity, and that is complete upon administration of the required doses as planned in the case of multiple-dose vaccines or, for single-dose vaccines, after a 14-day gap. For persons who have recovered and have been vaccinated within 180 days of the first positive NAAT test result, the vaccination schedule is complete after 14 days after the administration of the single dose of any vaccine; 
    • a certificate of recovery issued by a doctor or a national authority of a Member State of the European Union or a Member State of the Schengen Area for persons who have had a recent SARS-CoV-2 infection within 6 months prior to travel and who have completed the applicable isolation period in the respective country with the disappearance of all symptoms of infection; 
    • a negative result (on paper or electronic document) of a nucleic acid amplification test (NAAT) of SARS-CoV-2 viral RNA (either by PCR, TMA or LAMP method) performed less than 72 hours prior to the flight, or a rapid antigen test performed less than 48 hours prior to the flight, from a laboratory or other organisation authorised for this purpose. The negative test result must be presented, if necessary along with a translation, either in one of the administrative languages (Luxembourgish, French, German) of Luxembourg, or in English. Documents in Italian, Spanish or Portuguese are also accepted. 

    In addition to the COVID-19 vaccination, recovery and test certificates, the system in place temporarily allows for the recognition of COVID-19 vaccination, recovery and test certificates issued by another Member State of the European Union or a Member State of the Schengen Area, which are not yet drawn up in accordance with the European Regulation on the EU digital COVID certificate.

    During this phase, for example, certificates without a QR code or proof of vaccinations in a vaccination booklet are accepted. 

     The following persons are exempted from these obligations: 

    • People on duty employed in the transport sector; 
    • Persons making a return journey by air, for less than 72 hours, from the Grand Duchy to a country which is a member of the Schengen area or the European Union, provided they have not left the Schengen area or the territory of the EU Member States during this period; 
    • Members of the diplomatic corps, personnel of international organizations and persons invited by these international organizations whose physical presence is required for the proper functioning of these organizations, military personnel, personnel in the field of development cooperation and humanitarian aid, and civil protection personnel in the exercise of their respective functions, provided that their stay in Luxembourg does not exceed 72 hours; 

    Please note that the testing obligations applicable to all persons wishing to enter Luxembourg from a third country are in addition to the temporary restrictions already in place for non-essential travel to the EU. 

     Additional measures are applicable until 31 July 2021 for the United Kingdom, and until 14 September 2021 for India, regardless of the means of transport. Any person, aged 12 and over, who stayed in India or the United Kingdom during the 14 days prior to arrival in Luxembourg must undergo a COVID-19 test (PCR, TMA or LAMP methods) as soon as possible and inform the medical analysis laboratory about their stay in India or the United Kingdom. This obligation applies to any person who has stayed in India during the 14 days before arrival, regardless of the duration of the stay in India and in Luxembourg, and regardless of the means of transport to the Grand Duchy. Upon arrival in the Grand Duchy, the persons concerned are placed in strict quarantine for 7 days with the obligation to undergo a second COVID-19 test from the 6th day of quarantine. In the event of refusal to submit to the test on arrival or at the end of the 7-day quarantine period, the quarantine will be extended for a further 7 days, bringing the total duration to 14 days. 

    Those concerned are required to report their presence to the Health Inspection Department (per e-mail: contact-covid@ms.etat.lu or by telephone: 247-65533), which ensures a reinforced monitoring and tracing. 

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Luxembourg: In response to a sharp rise in the number of COVID-19 cases in Luxembourg, additional measures have been put in place to limit the spread of the virus.
    You must wear a face covering and observe the standard social distancing requirement when travelling through Luxembourg Airport (Findel). Your mask should not be removed during security control. Hand sanitiser is available throughout the terminal where hand washing is unavailable.
    Face coverings must be worn on public transport and in all indoor areas open to the public and where the public is circulating.
    Breaches of regulations can result in fines of up to €1000.
    *Accommodation: Hotel and guesthouse bars and restaurants are now open to the public under the same conditions as all other restaurants, bars and cafes (see below). Face coverings must be worn in public areas, and where the social distancing requirement cannot be met.
    *Public spaces and services: The government has introduced a voluntary ‘CovidCheck’ system which allows users to demonstrate their health status, including vaccination status and COVID-19 test results. Businesses can also opt in on a voluntary basis, however there is a difference to measures and restrictions for those who choose not to opt in.
    Face coverings must be worn in shops, supermarkets, exhibitions, and other places that are open to the public.
    Restaurants and bars are open for service both indoors and outdoors.
    Restaurants and bars that use the ‘CovidCheck’ system, can operate without having to comply with special sanitary measures, such as the wearing of masks, eating while seated, and maintaining a distance between tables.
    Without the ‘CovidCheck’ system, the following measures are in place:
    • indoors (up to four people) and outdoors (up to ten people), are permitted to sit at each table, unless they are from the same household. Tables need to be 1.5 metres apart, or separated by a barrier.
    All customers seated indoors and over the age of six years must:
    • present a negative PCR test carried out less than 72 hours before access; or
    • present a negative rapid antigen test carried out less than 24 hours and certified by a health professional, civil servant or public employee designated for this purpose by the Director of Health; or
    • present a negative antigen self-test performed on site.
    Anyone refusing to present a negative test result or take a test will be unable to be seated indoors.
    Outdoor spaces and terraces must be open on three sides. Take-away, drive-through and home delivery services remain available. Other restrictions include limiting the additional number of people allowed at gatherings at home or private events to a maximum of ten visitors.
    Public gatherings of 11 to 300 people can be held using the ‘CovidCheck’ system. In this case seating arrangements, the wearing of masks and social distancing, are not required. Events of more than 200 people and up to a maximum of 2000 are subject to agreement in advance by the Health Directorate.
    Cinemas, theatres, nightclubs and cultural events are open.
    Shops, hairdressers and beauticians are open. Indoor sports facilities, gyms, swimming pools and aquatic centers are open with strict hygiene restrictions in place.
    To find out more about local restrictions, please refer to theLuxembourg government website

    Read more
    22.07.2021
  • Luxembourg Latest News: People traveling from the U.K. to Luxembourg will have to undergo COVID–19 test and quarantine upon arrival until 15 July (Delano, 01.07.2021).

    International Restrictions:
    *From within the EU:

    Since 13 June, any person aged 12 or over, regardless of their nationality, travelling by air transport to the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, must present at the boarding either:

    • a certificate of vaccination attesting a complete vaccination schedule carried out with a vaccine that has been granted a marketing authorisation by the European Medicines Agency (AstraZeneca, BioNTech/Pfizer, Johnson&Johnson and Moderna), issued by a public or medical authority of a Member State of the European Union or of a Member State of the Schengen Area. A complete vaccination schedule means any schedule that defines the number and interval of injections necessary to achieve sufficient protective immunity, and that is complete upon administration of the required doses as planned in the case of multiple-dose vaccines or, for single-dose vaccines, after a 14-day gap. For persons who have recovered and have been vaccinated within 180 days of the first positive NAAT test result, the vaccination schedule is complete after 14 days after the administration of the single dose of any vaccine;
    • a certificate of recovery issued by a doctor or a national authority of a Member State of the European Union or a Member State of the Schengen Area for persons who have had a recent SARS-CoV-2 infection within 6 months prior to travel and who have completed the applicable isolation period in the respective country with the disappearance of all symptoms of infection;
    • a negative result (on paper or electronic document) of a nucleic acid amplification test (NAAT) of SARS-CoV-2 viral RNA (either by PCR, TMA or LAMP method) performed less than 72 hours prior to the flight, or a rapid antigen test performed less than 48 hours prior to the flight, from a laboratory or other organisation authorised for this purpose. The negative test result must be presented, if necessary along with a translation, either in one of the administrative languages (Luxembourgish, French, German) of Luxembourg, or in English. Documents in Italian, Spanish or Portuguese are also accepted.

    In addition to the COVID-19 vaccination, recovery and test certificates, the system in place temporarily allows for the recognition of COVID-19 vaccination, recovery and test certificates issued by another Member State of the European Union or a Member State of the Schengen Area, which are not yet drawn up in accordance with the European Regulation on the EU digital COVID certificate. During this phase, for example, certificates without a QR code or proof of vaccinations in a vaccination booklet are accepted.

    These obligations do not apply to travel by land.

    The following persons are exempted from these obligations:

    • People on duty employed in the transport sector;
    • Persons making a return journey by air, for less than 72 hours, from the Grand Duchy to a country which is a member of the Schengen area or the European Union, provided they have not left the Schengen area or the territory of the EU Member States during this period;
    • Members of the diplomatic corps, personnel of international organizations and persons invited by these international organizations whose physical presence is required for the proper functioning of these organizations, military personnel, personnel in the field of development cooperation and humanitarian aid, and civil protection personnel in the exercise of their respective functions, provided that their stay in Luxembourg does not exceed 72 hours;

    Documents you need to travel in Europe
    Health cover for temporary stays

    *Transit:

    As a general rule, passengers in transit in the EU+ area are exempted from temporary travel restriction.

    EU citizens entering the EU from a third country, as well as their family members, irrespective of their nationality, are exempted from the travel restrictions regardless of whether or not they are returning to their country of nationality or residence.

    Passengers travelling from a non-EU country to another non-EU country may transit through the international transit area of airports located in the Schengen area. Rules regarding airport transit visa requirements continue to apply.

    *From Third Countries:

    Third-country nationals may no longer enter the territory of the Grand Duchy until 30 September 2021 (inclusive). Details concerning these restrictions and the various exceptions are available on covid19.lu.

    Any person aged 12 or over, regardless of their nationality, travelling by air transport to the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, must present at the boarding either:

    • a certificate of vaccination attesting a complete vaccination schedule carried out with a vaccine that has been granted a marketing authorisation by the European Medicines Agency (AstraZeneca, BioNTech/Pfizer, Johnson&Johnson and Moderna), issued by a public or medical authority of a Member State of the European Union or of a Member State of the Schengen Area. A complete vaccination schedule means any schedule that defines the number and interval of injections necessary to achieve sufficient protective immunity, and that is complete upon administration of the required doses as planned in the case of multiple-dose vaccines or, for single-dose vaccines, after a 14-day gap. For persons who have recovered and have been vaccinated within 180 days of the first positive NAAT test result, the vaccination schedule is complete after 14 days after the administration of the single dose of any vaccine;
    • a certificate of recovery issued by a doctor or a national authority of a Member State of the European Union or a Member State of the Schengen Area for persons who have had a recent SARS-CoV-2 infection within 6 months prior to travel and who have completed the applicable isolation period in the respective country with the disappearance of all symptoms of infection;
    • a negative result (on paper or electronic document) of a nucleic acid amplification test (NAAT) of SARS-CoV-2 viral RNA (either by PCR, TMA or LAMP method) performed less than 72 hours prior to the flight, or a rapid antigen test performed less than 48 hours prior to the flight, from a laboratory or other organisation authorised for this purpose. The negative test result must be presented, if necessary along with a translation, either in one of the administrative languages (Luxembourgish, French, German) of Luxembourg, or in English. Documents in Italian, Spanish or Portuguese are also accepted.

    In addition to the COVID-19 vaccination, recovery and test certificates, the system in place temporarily allows for the recognition of COVID-19 vaccination, recovery and test certificates issued by another Member State of the European Union or a Member State of the Schengen Area, which are not yet drawn up in accordance with the European Regulation on the EU digital COVID certificate. During this phase, for example, certificates without a QR code or proof of vaccinations in a vaccination booklet are accepted.

    The following persons are exempted from these obligations:

    • People on duty employed in the transport sector;
    • Persons making a return journey by air, for less than 72 hours, from the Grand Duchy to a country which is a member of the Schengen area or the European Union, provided they have not left the Schengen area or the territory of the EU Member States during this period;
    • Members of the diplomatic corps, personnel of international organizations and persons invited by these international organizations whose physical presence is required for the proper functioning of these organizations, military personnel, personnel in the field of development cooperation and humanitarian aid, and civil protection personnel in the exercise of their respective functions, provided that their stay in Luxembourg does not exceed 72 hours;

    Please note that the testing obligations applicable to all persons wishing to enter Luxembourg from a third country are in addition to the temporary restrictions already in place for non-essential travel to the EU.

    Additional measures are applicable until 31 July 2021 for the United Kingdom, and until 14 September 2021 for India, regardless of the means of transport. Any person, aged 12 and over, who stayed in India or the United Kingdom during the 14 days prior to arrival in Luxembourg must undergo a COVID-19 test (PCR, TMA or LAMP methods) as soon as possible and inform the medical analysis laboratory about their stay in India or the United Kingdom. This obligation applies to any person who has stayed in India during the 14 days before arrival, regardless of the duration of the stay in India and in Luxembourg, and regardless of the means of transport to the Grand Duchy. Upon arrival in the Grand Duchy, the persons concerned are placed in strict quarantine for 7 days with the obligation to undergo a second COVID-19 test from the 6th day of quarantine. In the event of refusal to submit to the test on arrival or at the end of the 7-day quarantine period, the quarantine will be extended for a further 7 days, bringing the total duration to 14 days.

    Those concerned are required to report their presence to the Health Inspection Department (per e-mail: contact-covid@ms.etat.lu or by telephone: 247-65533), which ensures a reinforced monitoring and tracing.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Luxembourg: In response to a sharp rise in the number of COVID-19 cases in Luxembourg, additional measures have been put in place to limit the spread of the virus.
    You must wear a face covering and observe the standard social distancing requirement when travelling through Luxembourg Airport (Findel). Your mask should not be removed during security control. Hand sanitiser is available throughout the terminal where hand washing is unavailable.
    Face coverings must be worn on public transport and in all indoor areas open to the public and where the public is circulating.
    Breaches of regulations can result in fines of up to €1000.
    *Accommodation: Hotel and guesthouse bars and restaurants are now open to the public under the same conditions as all other restaurants, bars and cafes (see below). Face coverings must be worn in public areas, and where the social distancing requirement cannot be met.
    *Public spaces and services: The government has introduced a voluntary ‘CovidCheck’ system which allows users to demonstrate their health status, including vaccination status and COVID-19 test results. Businesses can also opt in on a voluntary basis, however there is a difference to measures and restrictions for those who choose not to opt in.
    Face coverings must be worn in shops, supermarkets, exhibitions, and other places that are open to the public.
    Restaurants and bars are open for service both indoors and outdoors.
    Restaurants and bars that use the ‘CovidCheck’ system, can operate without having to comply with special sanitary measures, such as the wearing of masks, eating while seated, and maintaining a distance between tables.
    Without the ‘CovidCheck’ system, the following measures are in place:
    • indoors (up to four people) and outdoors (up to ten people), are permitted to sit at each table, unless they are from the same household. Tables need to be 1.5 metres apart, or separated by a barrier.
    All customers seated indoors and over the age of six years must:
    • present a negative PCR test carried out less than 72 hours before access; or
    • present a negative rapid antigen test carried out less than 24 hours and certified by a health professional, civil servant or public employee designated for this purpose by the Director of Health; or
    • present a negative antigen self-test performed on site.
    Anyone refusing to present a negative test result or take a test will be unable to be seated indoors.
    Outdoor spaces and terraces must be open on three sides. Take-away, drive-through and home delivery services remain available. Other restrictions include limiting the additional number of people allowed at gatherings at home or private events to a maximum of ten visitors.
    Public gatherings of 11 to 300 people can be held using the ‘CovidCheck’ system. In this case seating arrangements, the wearing of masks and social distancing, are not required. Events of more than 200 people and up to a maximum of 2000 are subject to agreement in advance by the Health Directorate.
    Cinemas, theatres, nightclubs and cultural events are open.
    Shops, hairdressers and beauticians are open. Indoor sports facilities, gyms, swimming pools and aquatic centers are open with strict hygiene restrictions in place.
    To find out more about local restrictions, please refer to theLuxembourg government website

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    19.07.2021
  • Luxembourg Latest News: People traveling from the U.K. to Luxembourg will have to undergo COVID–19 test and quarantine upon arrival until 15 July (Delano, 01.07.2021).

    International Restrictions:
    *From within the EU:

    Since 13 June, any person aged 6 or over, regardless of their nationality, travelling by air transport to the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, must present at the boarding either:

    • a certificate of vaccination attesting a complete vaccination schedule carried out with a vaccine that has been granted a marketing authorisation by the European Medicines Agency (AstraZeneca, BioNTech/Pfizer, Johnson&Johnson and Moderna), issued by a public or medical authority of a Member State of the European Union or of a Member State of the Schengen Area. A complete vaccination schedule means any schedule that defines the number and interval of injections necessary to achieve sufficient protective immunity, and that is complete upon administration of the required doses as planned in the case of multiple-dose vaccines or, for single-dose vaccines, after a 14-day gap. For persons who have recovered and have been vaccinated within 180 days of the first positive NAAT test result, the vaccination schedule is complete after 14 days after the administration of the single dose of any vaccine;
    • a certificate of recovery issued by a doctor or a national authority of a Member State of the European Union or a Member State of the Schengen Area for persons who have had a recent SARS-CoV-2 infection within 6 months prior to travel and who have completed the applicable isolation period in the respective country with the disappearance of all symptoms of infection;
    • a negative result (on paper or electronic document) of a nucleic acid amplification test (NAAT) of SARS-CoV-2 viral RNA (either by PCR, TMA or LAMP method) performed less than 72 hours prior to the flight, or a rapid antigen test performed less than 48 hours prior to the flight, from a laboratory or other organisation authorised for this purpose. The negative test result must be presented, if necessary along with a translation, either in one of the administrative languages (Luxembourgish, French, German) of Luxembourg, or in English. Documents in Italian, Spanish or Portuguese are also accepted.

    In addition to the COVID-19 vaccination, recovery and test certificates, the system in place temporarily allows for the recognition of COVID-19 vaccination, recovery and test certificates issued by another Member State of the European Union or a Member State of the Schengen Area, which are not yet drawn up in accordance with the European Regulation on the EU digital COVID certificate. During this phase, for example, certificates without a QR code or proof of vaccinations in a vaccination booklet are accepted.

    These obligations do not apply to travel by land.

    The following persons are exempted from these obligations:

    • People on duty employed in the transport sector;
    • Persons making a return journey by air, for less than 72 hours, from the Grand Duchy to a country which is a member of the Schengen area or the European Union, provided they have not left the Schengen area or the territory of the EU Member States during this period;
    • Members of the diplomatic corps, personnel of international organizations and persons invited by these international organizations whose physical presence is required for the proper functioning of these organizations, military personnel, personnel in the field of development cooperation and humanitarian aid, and civil protection personnel in the exercise of their respective functions, provided that their stay in Luxembourg does not exceed 72 hours;

    Documents you need to travel in Europe
    Health cover for temporary stays

    *Transit:

    As a general rule, passengers in transit in the EU+ area are exempted from temporary travel restriction.

    EU citizens entering the EU from a third country, as well as their family members, irrespective of their nationality, are exempted from the travel restrictions regardless of whether or not they are returning to their country of nationality or residence.

    Passengers travelling from a non-EU country to another non-EU country may transit through the international transit area of airports located in the Schengen area. Rules regarding airport transit visa requirements continue to apply.

    *From Third Countries:

    Third-country nationals may no longer enter the territory of the Grand Duchy until 30 September 2021 (inclusive). Details concerning these restrictions and the various exceptions are available on covid19.lu.

    Since 13 June, any person aged 6 or over, regardless of their nationality, travelling by air transport to the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, must present at the boarding either:

    • a certificate of vaccination attesting a complete vaccination schedule carried out with a vaccine that has been granted a marketing authorisation by the European Medicines Agency (AstraZeneca, BioNTech/Pfizer, Johnson&Johnson and Moderna), issued by a public or medical authority of a Member State of the European Union or of a Member State of the Schengen Area. A complete vaccination schedule means any schedule that defines the number and interval of injections necessary to achieve sufficient protective immunity, and that is complete upon administration of the required doses as planned in the case of multiple-dose vaccines or, for single-dose vaccines, after a 14-day gap. For persons who have recovered and have been vaccinated within 180 days of the first positive NAAT test result, the vaccination schedule is complete after 14 days after the administration of the single dose of any vaccine;
    • a certificate of recovery issued by a doctor or a national authority of a Member State of the European Union or a Member State of the Schengen Area for persons who have had a recent SARS-CoV-2 infection within 6 months prior to travel and who have completed the applicable isolation period in the respective country with the disappearance of all symptoms of infection;
    • a negative result (on paper or electronic document) of a nucleic acid amplification test (NAAT) of SARS-CoV-2 viral RNA (either by PCR, TMA or LAMP method) performed less than 72 hours prior to the flight, or a rapid antigen test performed less than 48 hours prior to the flight, from a laboratory or other organisation authorised for this purpose. The negative test result must be presented, if necessary along with a translation, either in one of the administrative languages (Luxembourgish, French, German) of Luxembourg, or in English. Documents in Italian, Spanish or Portuguese are also accepted.

    In addition to the COVID-19 vaccination, recovery and test certificates, the system in place temporarily allows for the recognition of COVID-19 vaccination, recovery and test certificates issued by another Member State of the European Union or a Member State of the Schengen Area, which are not yet drawn up in accordance with the European Regulation on the EU digital COVID certificate. During this phase, for example, certificates without a QR code or proof of vaccinations in a vaccination booklet are accepted.

    The following persons are exempted from these obligations:

    • People on duty employed in the transport sector;
    • Persons making a return journey by air, for less than 72 hours, from the Grand Duchy to a country which is a member of the Schengen area or the European Union, provided they have not left the Schengen area or the territory of the EU Member States during this period;
    • Members of the diplomatic corps, personnel of international organizations and persons invited by these international organizations whose physical presence is required for the proper functioning of these organizations, military personnel, personnel in the field of development cooperation and humanitarian aid, and civil protection personnel in the exercise of their respective functions, provided that their stay in Luxembourg does not exceed 72 hours;

    Please note that the testing obligations applicable to all persons wishing to enter Luxembourg from a third country are in addition to the temporary restrictions already in place for non-essential travel to the EU.

    Additional measures are applicable until 30 June 2021 for the United Kingdom, and until 15 July 2021 for India, regardless of the means of transport. Any person who stayed in India or the United Kingdom during the 14 days prior to arrival in Luxembourg must undergo a COVID-19 test (PCR, TMA or LAMP methods) as soon as possible and inform the medical analysis laboratory about their stay in India or the United Kingdom. This obligation applies to any person who has stayed in India during the 14 days before arrival, regardless of the duration of the stay in India and in Luxembourg, and regardless of the means of transport to the Grand Duchy. Upon arrival in the Grand Duchy, the persons concerned are placed in strict quarantine for 7 days with the obligation to undergo a second COVID-19 test from the 6th day of quarantine. In the event of refusal to submit to the test on arrival or at the end of the 7-day quarantine period, the quarantine will be extended for a further 7 days, bringing the total duration to 14 days.

    Those concerned are required to report their presence to the Health Inspection Department (per e-mail: contact-covid@ms.etat.lu or by telephone: 247-65533), which ensures a reinforced monitoring and tracing.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Luxembourg: In response to a sharp rise in the number of COVID-19 cases in Luxembourg, additional measures have been put in place to limit the spread of the virus.
    You must wear a face covering and observe the standard social distancing requirement when travelling through Luxembourg Airport (Findel). Your mask should not be removed during security control. Hand sanitiser is available throughout the terminal where hand washing is unavailable.
    Face coverings must be worn on public transport and in all indoor areas open to the public and where the public is circulating.
    Breaches of regulations can result in fines of up to €1000.
    *Accommodation: Hotel and guesthouse bars and restaurants are now open to the public under the same conditions as all other restaurants, bars and cafes (see below). Face coverings must be worn in public areas, and where the social distancing requirement cannot be met.
    *Public spaces and services: The government has introduced a voluntary ‘CovidCheck’ system which allows users to demonstrate their health status, including vaccination status and COVID-19 test results. Businesses can also opt in on a voluntary basis, however there is a difference to measures and restrictions for those who choose not to opt in.
    Face coverings must be worn in shops, supermarkets, exhibitions, and other places that are open to the public.
    Restaurants and bars are open for service both indoors and outdoors.
    Restaurants and bars that use the ‘CovidCheck’ system, can operate without having to comply with special sanitary measures, such as the wearing of masks, eating while seated, and maintaining a distance between tables.
    Without the ‘CovidCheck’ system, the following measures are in place:
    • indoors (up to four people) and outdoors (up to ten people), are permitted to sit at each table, unless they are from the same household. Tables need to be 1.5 metres apart, or separated by a barrier.
    All customers seated indoors and over the age of six years must:
    • present a negative PCR test carried out less than 72 hours before access; or
    • present a negative rapid antigen test carried out less than 24 hours and certified by a health professional, civil servant or public employee designated for this purpose by the Director of Health; or
    • present a negative antigen self-test performed on site.
    Anyone refusing to present a negative test result or take a test will be unable to be seated indoors.
    Outdoor spaces and terraces must be open on three sides. Take-away, drive-through and home delivery services remain available. Other restrictions include limiting the additional number of people allowed at gatherings at home or private events to a maximum of ten visitors.
    Public gatherings of 11 to 300 people can be held using the ‘CovidCheck’ system. In this case seating arrangements, the wearing of masks and social distancing, are not required. Events of more than 200 people and up to a maximum of 2000 are subject to agreement in advance by the Health Directorate.
    Cinemas, theatres, nightclubs and cultural events are open.
    Shops, hairdressers and beauticians are open. Indoor sports facilities, gyms, swimming pools and aquatic centers are open with strict hygiene restrictions in place.
    To find out more about local restrictions, please refer to theLuxembourg government website

    Read more
    07.07.2021
  • Luxembourg Latest News: People traveling from the U.K. to Luxembourg will have to undergo COVID–19 test and quarantine upon arrival until 15 July (Delano, 01.07.2021).

    International Restrictions:
    *From within the EU:

    Since 13 June, any person aged 6 or over, regardless of their nationality, travelling by air transport to the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, must present at the boarding either:

    • a certificate of vaccination attesting a complete vaccination schedule carried out with a vaccine that has been granted a marketing authorisation by the European Medicines Agency (AstraZeneca, BioNTech/Pfizer, Johnson&Johnson and Moderna), issued by a public or medical authority of a Member State of the European Union or of a Member State of the Schengen Area. A complete vaccination schedule means any schedule that defines the number and interval of injections necessary to achieve sufficient protective immunity, and that is complete upon administration of the required doses as planned in the case of multiple-dose vaccines or, for single-dose vaccines, after a 14-day gap. For persons who have recovered and have been vaccinated within 180 days of the first positive NAAT test result, the vaccination schedule is complete after 14 days after the administration of the single dose of any vaccine;
    • a certificate of recovery issued by a doctor or a national authority of a Member State of the European Union or a Member State of the Schengen Area for persons who have had a recent SARS-CoV-2 infection within 6 months prior to travel and who have completed the applicable isolation period in the respective country with the disappearance of all symptoms of infection;
    • a negative result (on paper or electronic document) of a nucleic acid amplification test (NAAT) of SARS-CoV-2 viral RNA (either by PCR, TMA or LAMP method) performed less than 72 hours prior to the flight, or a rapid antigen test performed less than 48 hours prior to the flight, from a laboratory or other organisation authorised for this purpose. The negative test result must be presented, if necessary along with a translation, either in one of the administrative languages (Luxembourgish, French, German) of Luxembourg, or in English. Documents in Italian, Spanish or Portuguese are also accepted.

    In addition to the COVID-19 vaccination, recovery and test certificates, the system in place temporarily allows for the recognition of COVID-19 vaccination, recovery and test certificates issued by another Member State of the European Union or a Member State of the Schengen Area, which are not yet drawn up in accordance with the European Regulation on the EU digital COVID certificate. During this phase, for example, certificates without a QR code or proof of vaccinations in a vaccination booklet are accepted.

    These obligations do not apply to travel by land.

    The following persons are exempted from these obligations:

    • People on duty employed in the transport sector;
    • Persons making a return journey by air, for less than 72 hours, from the Grand Duchy to a country which is a member of the Schengen area or the European Union, provided they have not left the Schengen area or the territory of the EU Member States during this period;
    • Members of the diplomatic corps, personnel of international organizations and persons invited by these international organizations whose physical presence is required for the proper functioning of these organizations, military personnel, personnel in the field of development cooperation and humanitarian aid, and civil protection personnel in the exercise of their respective functions, provided that their stay in Luxembourg does not exceed 72 hours;

    Documents you need to travel in Europe
    Health cover for temporary stays

    *Transit:

    As a general rule, passengers in transit in the EU+ area are exempted from temporary travel restriction.

    EU citizens entering the EU from a third country, as well as their family members, irrespective of their nationality, are exempted from the travel restrictions regardless of whether or not they are returning to their country of nationality or residence.

    Passengers travelling from a non-EU country to another non-EU country may transit through the international transit area of airports located in the Schengen area. Rules regarding airport transit visa requirements continue to apply.

    *From Third Countries:

    Third-country nationals may no longer enter the territory of the Grand Duchy until 30 September 2021 (inclusive). Details concerning these restrictions and the various exceptions are available on covid19.lu.

    Since 13 June, any person aged 6 or over, regardless of their nationality, travelling by air transport to the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, must present at the boarding either:

    • a certificate of vaccination attesting a complete vaccination schedule carried out with a vaccine that has been granted a marketing authorisation by the European Medicines Agency (AstraZeneca, BioNTech/Pfizer, Johnson&Johnson and Moderna), issued by a public or medical authority of a Member State of the European Union or of a Member State of the Schengen Area. A complete vaccination schedule means any schedule that defines the number and interval of injections necessary to achieve sufficient protective immunity, and that is complete upon administration of the required doses as planned in the case of multiple-dose vaccines or, for single-dose vaccines, after a 14-day gap. For persons who have recovered and have been vaccinated within 180 days of the first positive NAAT test result, the vaccination schedule is complete after 14 days after the administration of the single dose of any vaccine;
    • a certificate of recovery issued by a doctor or a national authority of a Member State of the European Union or a Member State of the Schengen Area for persons who have had a recent SARS-CoV-2 infection within 6 months prior to travel and who have completed the applicable isolation period in the respective country with the disappearance of all symptoms of infection;
    • a negative result (on paper or electronic document) of a nucleic acid amplification test (NAAT) of SARS-CoV-2 viral RNA (either by PCR, TMA or LAMP method) performed less than 72 hours prior to the flight, or a rapid antigen test performed less than 48 hours prior to the flight, from a laboratory or other organisation authorised for this purpose. The negative test result must be presented, if necessary along with a translation, either in one of the administrative languages (Luxembourgish, French, German) of Luxembourg, or in English. Documents in Italian, Spanish or Portuguese are also accepted.

    In addition to the COVID-19 vaccination, recovery and test certificates, the system in place temporarily allows for the recognition of COVID-19 vaccination, recovery and test certificates issued by another Member State of the European Union or a Member State of the Schengen Area, which are not yet drawn up in accordance with the European Regulation on the EU digital COVID certificate. During this phase, for example, certificates without a QR code or proof of vaccinations in a vaccination booklet are accepted.

    The following persons are exempted from these obligations:

    • People on duty employed in the transport sector;
    • Persons making a return journey by air, for less than 72 hours, from the Grand Duchy to a country which is a member of the Schengen area or the European Union, provided they have not left the Schengen area or the territory of the EU Member States during this period;
    • Members of the diplomatic corps, personnel of international organizations and persons invited by these international organizations whose physical presence is required for the proper functioning of these organizations, military personnel, personnel in the field of development cooperation and humanitarian aid, and civil protection personnel in the exercise of their respective functions, provided that their stay in Luxembourg does not exceed 72 hours;

    Please note that the testing obligations applicable to all persons wishing to enter Luxembourg from a third country are in addition to the temporary restrictions already in place for non-essential travel to the EU.

    Additional measures are applicable until 30 June 2021 for the United Kingdom, and until 15 July 2021 for India, regardless of the means of transport. Any person who stayed in India or the United Kingdom during the 14 days prior to arrival in Luxembourg must undergo a COVID-19 test (PCR, TMA or LAMP methods) as soon as possible and inform the medical analysis laboratory about their stay in India or the United Kingdom. This obligation applies to any person who has stayed in India during the 14 days before arrival, regardless of the duration of the stay in India and in Luxembourg, and regardless of the means of transport to the Grand Duchy. Upon arrival in the Grand Duchy, the persons concerned are placed in strict quarantine for 7 days with the obligation to undergo a second COVID-19 test from the 6th day of quarantine. In the event of refusal to submit to the test on arrival or at the end of the 7-day quarantine period, the quarantine will be extended for a further 7 days, bringing the total duration to 14 days.

    Those concerned are required to report their presence to the Health Inspection Department (per e-mail: contact-covid@ms.etat.lu or by telephone: 247-65533), which ensures a reinforced monitoring and tracing.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Luxembourg: In response to a sharp rise in the number of COVID-19 cases in Luxembourg, additional measures have been put in place to limit the spread of the virus.
    You must wear a face covering and observe the standard social distancing requirement when travelling through Luxembourg Airport (Findel). Your mask should not be removed during security control. Hand sanitiser is available throughout the terminal where hand washing is unavailable.
    Face coverings must be worn on public transport and in all indoor areas open to the public and where the public is circulating.
    Breaches of regulations can result in fines of up to €1000.
    *Accommodation: Hotel and guesthouse bars and restaurants are now open to the public under the same conditions as all other restaurants, bars and cafes (see below). Face coverings must be worn in public areas, and where the social distancing requirement cannot be met.
    *Public spaces and services: The government has introduced a voluntary ‘CovidCheck’ system which allows users to demonstrate their health status, including vaccination status and COVID-19 test results. Businesses can also opt in on a voluntary basis, however there is a difference to measures and restrictions for those who choose not to opt in.
    Face coverings must be worn in shops, supermarkets, exhibitions, and other places that are open to the public.
    Restaurants and bars are open for service both indoors and outdoors.
    Restaurants and bars that use the ‘CovidCheck’ system, can operate without having to comply with special sanitary measures, such as the wearing of masks, eating while seated, and maintaining a distance between tables.
    Without the ‘CovidCheck’ system, the following measures are in place:
    • indoors (up to four people) and outdoors (up to ten people), are permitted to sit at each table, unless they are from the same household. Tables need to be 1.5 metres apart, or separated by a barrier.
    All customers seated indoors and over the age of six years must:
    • present a negative PCR test carried out less than 72 hours before access; or
    • present a negative rapid antigen test carried out less than 24 hours and certified by a health professional, civil servant or public employee designated for this purpose by the Director of Health; or
    • present a negative antigen self-test performed on site.
    Anyone refusing to present a negative test result or take a test will be unable to be seated indoors.
    Outdoor spaces and terraces must be open on three sides. Take-away, drive-through and home delivery services remain available. Other restrictions include limiting the additional number of people allowed at gatherings at home or private events to a maximum of ten visitors.
    Public gatherings of 11 to 300 people can be held using the ‘CovidCheck’ system. In this case seating arrangements, the wearing of masks and social distancing, are not required. Events of more than 200 people and up to a maximum of 2000 are subject to agreement in advance by the Health Directorate.
    Cinemas, theatres, nightclubs and cultural events are open.
    Shops, hairdressers and beauticians are open. Indoor sports facilities, gyms, swimming pools and aquatic centers are open with strict hygiene restrictions in place.
    To find out more about local restrictions, please refer to theLuxembourg government website

    Read more
    05.07.2021
  • Luxembourg Latest News:

    International Restrictions:
    *From within the EU:

    Since 13 June, any person aged 6 or over, regardless of their nationality, travelling by air transport to the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, must present at the boarding either:

    • a certificate of vaccination attesting a complete vaccination schedule carried out with a vaccine that has been granted a marketing authorisation by the European Medicines Agency (AstraZeneca, BioNTech/Pfizer, Johnson&Johnson and Moderna), issued by a public or medical authority of a Member State of the European Union or of a Member State of the Schengen Area. A complete vaccination schedule means any schedule that defines the number and interval of injections necessary to achieve sufficient protective immunity, and that is complete upon administration of the required doses as planned in the case of multiple-dose vaccines or, for single-dose vaccines, after a 14-day gap. For persons who have recovered and have been vaccinated within 180 days of the first positive NAAT test result, the vaccination schedule is complete after 14 days after the administration of the single dose of any vaccine;
    • a certificate of recovery issued by a doctor or a national authority of a Member State of the European Union or a Member State of the Schengen Area for persons who have had a recent SARS-CoV-2 infection within 6 months prior to travel and who have completed the applicable isolation period in the respective country with the disappearance of all symptoms of infection;
    • a negative result (on paper or electronic document) of a nucleic acid amplification test (NAAT) of SARS-CoV-2 viral RNA (either by PCR, TMA or LAMP method) performed less than 72 hours prior to the flight, or a rapid antigen test performed less than 48 hours prior to the flight, from a laboratory or other organisation authorised for this purpose. The negative test result must be presented, if necessary along with a translation, either in one of the administrative languages (Luxembourgish, French, German) of Luxembourg, or in English. Documents in Italian, Spanish or Portuguese are also accepted.

    In addition to the COVID-19 vaccination, recovery and test certificates, the system in place temporarily allows for the recognition of COVID-19 vaccination, recovery and test certificates issued by another Member State of the European Union or a Member State of the Schengen Area, which are not yet drawn up in accordance with the European Regulation on the EU digital COVID certificate. During this phase, for example, certificates without a QR code or proof of vaccinations in a vaccination booklet are accepted.

    These obligations do not apply to travel by land.

    The following persons are exempted from these obligations:

    • People on duty employed in the transport sector;
    • Persons making a return journey by air, for less than 72 hours, from the Grand Duchy to a country which is a member of the Schengen area or the European Union, provided they have not left the Schengen area or the territory of the EU Member States during this period;
    • Members of the diplomatic corps, personnel of international organizations and persons invited by these international organizations whose physical presence is required for the proper functioning of these organizations, military personnel, personnel in the field of development cooperation and humanitarian aid, and civil protection personnel in the exercise of their respective functions, provided that their stay in Luxembourg does not exceed 72 hours;

    Documents you need to travel in Europe
    Health cover for temporary stays

    *Transit:

    As a general rule, passengers in transit in the EU+ area are exempted from temporary travel restriction.

    EU citizens entering the EU from a third country, as well as their family members, irrespective of their nationality, are exempted from the travel restrictions regardless of whether or not they are returning to their country of nationality or residence.

    Passengers travelling from a non-EU country to another non-EU country may transit through the international transit area of airports located in the Schengen area. Rules regarding airport transit visa requirements continue to apply.

    *From Third Countries:

    Third-country nationals may no longer enter the territory of the Grand Duchy until 30 September 2021 (inclusive). Details concerning these restrictions and the various exceptions are available on covid19.lu.

    Since 13 June, any person aged 6 or over, regardless of their nationality, travelling by air transport to the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, must present at the boarding either:

    • a certificate of vaccination attesting a complete vaccination schedule carried out with a vaccine that has been granted a marketing authorisation by the European Medicines Agency (AstraZeneca, BioNTech/Pfizer, Johnson&Johnson and Moderna), issued by a public or medical authority of a Member State of the European Union or of a Member State of the Schengen Area. A complete vaccination schedule means any schedule that defines the number and interval of injections necessary to achieve sufficient protective immunity, and that is complete upon administration of the required doses as planned in the case of multiple-dose vaccines or, for single-dose vaccines, after a 14-day gap. For persons who have recovered and have been vaccinated within 180 days of the first positive NAAT test result, the vaccination schedule is complete after 14 days after the administration of the single dose of any vaccine;
    • a certificate of recovery issued by a doctor or a national authority of a Member State of the European Union or a Member State of the Schengen Area for persons who have had a recent SARS-CoV-2 infection within 6 months prior to travel and who have completed the applicable isolation period in the respective country with the disappearance of all symptoms of infection;
    • a negative result (on paper or electronic document) of a nucleic acid amplification test (NAAT) of SARS-CoV-2 viral RNA (either by PCR, TMA or LAMP method) performed less than 72 hours prior to the flight, or a rapid antigen test performed less than 48 hours prior to the flight, from a laboratory or other organisation authorised for this purpose. The negative test result must be presented, if necessary along with a translation, either in one of the administrative languages (Luxembourgish, French, German) of Luxembourg, or in English. Documents in Italian, Spanish or Portuguese are also accepted.

    In addition to the COVID-19 vaccination, recovery and test certificates, the system in place temporarily allows for the recognition of COVID-19 vaccination, recovery and test certificates issued by another Member State of the European Union or a Member State of the Schengen Area, which are not yet drawn up in accordance with the European Regulation on the EU digital COVID certificate. During this phase, for example, certificates without a QR code or proof of vaccinations in a vaccination booklet are accepted.

    The following persons are exempted from these obligations:

    • People on duty employed in the transport sector;
    • Persons making a return journey by air, for less than 72 hours, from the Grand Duchy to a country which is a member of the Schengen area or the European Union, provided they have not left the Schengen area or the territory of the EU Member States during this period;
    • Members of the diplomatic corps, personnel of international organizations and persons invited by these international organizations whose physical presence is required for the proper functioning of these organizations, military personnel, personnel in the field of development cooperation and humanitarian aid, and civil protection personnel in the exercise of their respective functions, provided that their stay in Luxembourg does not exceed 72 hours;

    Please note that the testing obligations applicable to all persons wishing to enter Luxembourg from a third country are in addition to the temporary restrictions already in place for non-essential travel to the EU.

    Additional measures are applicable until 30 June 2021 for the United Kingdom, and until 15 July 2021 for India, regardless of the means of transport. Any person who stayed in India or the United Kingdom during the 14 days prior to arrival in Luxembourg must undergo a COVID-19 test (PCR, TMA or LAMP methods) as soon as possible and inform the medical analysis laboratory about their stay in India or the United Kingdom. This obligation applies to any person who has stayed in India during the 14 days before arrival, regardless of the duration of the stay in India and in Luxembourg, and regardless of the means of transport to the Grand Duchy. Upon arrival in the Grand Duchy, the persons concerned are placed in strict quarantine for 7 days with the obligation to undergo a second COVID-19 test from the 6th day of quarantine. In the event of refusal to submit to the test on arrival or at the end of the 7-day quarantine period, the quarantine will be extended for a further 7 days, bringing the total duration to 14 days.

    Those concerned are required to report their presence to the Health Inspection Department (per e-mail: contact-covid@ms.etat.lu or by telephone: 247-65533), which ensures a reinforced monitoring and tracing.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Luxembourg: In response to a sharp rise in the number of COVID-19 cases in Luxembourg, additional measures have been put in place to limit the spread of the virus.
    You must wear a face covering and observe the standard social distancing requirement when travelling through Luxembourg Airport (Findel). Your mask should not be removed during security control. Hand sanitiser is available throughout the terminal where hand washing is unavailable.
    Face coverings must be worn on public transport and in all indoor areas open to the public and where the public is circulating.
    Breaches of regulations can result in fines of up to €1000.
    *Accommodation: Hotel and guesthouse bars and restaurants are now open to the public under the same conditions as all other restaurants, bars and cafes (see below). Face coverings must be worn in public areas, and where the social distancing requirement cannot be met.
    *Public spaces and services: The government has introduced a voluntary ‘CovidCheck’ system which allows users to demonstrate their health status, including vaccination status and COVID-19 test results. Businesses can also opt in on a voluntary basis, however there is a difference to measures and restrictions for those who choose not to opt in.
    Face coverings must be worn in shops, supermarkets, exhibitions, and other places that are open to the public.
    Restaurants and bars are open for service both indoors and outdoors.
    Restaurants and bars that use the ‘CovidCheck’ system, can operate without having to comply with special sanitary measures, such as the wearing of masks, eating while seated, and maintaining a distance between tables.
    Without the ‘CovidCheck’ system, the following measures are in place:
    • indoors (up to four people) and outdoors (up to ten people), are permitted to sit at each table, unless they are from the same household. Tables need to be 1.5 metres apart, or separated by a barrier.
    All customers seated indoors and over the age of six years must:
    • present a negative PCR test carried out less than 72 hours before access; or
    • present a negative rapid antigen test carried out less than 24 hours and certified by a health professional, civil servant or public employee designated for this purpose by the Director of Health; or
    • present a negative antigen self-test performed on site.
    Anyone refusing to present a negative test result or take a test will be unable to be seated indoors.
    Outdoor spaces and terraces must be open on three sides. Take-away, drive-through and home delivery services remain available. Other restrictions include limiting the additional number of people allowed at gatherings at home or private events to a maximum of ten visitors.
    Public gatherings of 11 to 300 people can be held using the ‘CovidCheck’ system. In this case seating arrangements, the wearing of masks and social distancing, are not required. Events of more than 200 people and up to a maximum of 2000 are subject to agreement in advance by the Health Directorate.
    Cinemas, theatres, nightclubs and cultural events are open.
    Shops, hairdressers and beauticians are open. Indoor sports facilities, gyms, swimming pools and aquatic centers are open with strict hygiene restrictions in place.
    To find out more about local restrictions, please refer to theLuxembourg government website

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    29.06.2021
  • Luxembourg Latest News:

    International Restrictions:
    *From within the EU:

    Is a coronavirus test required?

    Since 29 January, any person – regardless of nationality – arriving by air transport to the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg is subject to the requirement for a pre-departure negative COVID-19 test (on paper or electronic document).

    The test must be taken within 72 hours prior to departure.

    Accepted test: PCR, TMA, LAMP, Antigen

    This obligation does not apply to travel by land.

    Children aged 5 and under are exempted.

    The negative test result must be presented, if necessary along with a translation, either in one of the administrative languages (Luxembourgish, French, German) of Luxembourg or in English. Documents in Italian, Spanish and Portuguese are also accepted.

    The following persons are exempt from these obligations:

    • People on duty employed in the transport sector and passengers in transit from the airport;
    • Persons making a return journey by air, for less than 72 hours, from the Grand Duchy to a country which is a member of the Schengen area or the European Union, provided they have not left the Schengen area or the territory of the EU Member States during this period;
    • Members of the diplomatic corps, personnel of international organizations and persons invited by these international organizations whose physical presence is required for the proper functioning of these organizations, military personnel, personnel in the field of development cooperation and humanitarian aid, and civil protection personnel in the exercise of their respective functions, provided that their stay in Luxembourg does not exceed 72 hours;
    • Persons who have had a recent SARS-CoV-2 infection within 3 months prior to travel and who have completed the applicable isolation period in the respective country with the disappearance of any symptoms of infection. These persons may present a medical certificate attesting to these facts, which allows them to board a flight to Luxembourg without having to undergo a new nucleic acid amplification test of SARS-CoV-2 viral RNA or of a viral antigen test.
    •  

    Is a quarantine required? 

    Entry to Luxembourg is not subject to a mandatory quarantine.

     

    Mandatory Travel Documentation

    All passengers travelling by air are required to fill in a Passenger Locator Form.

     

    Find out more:
    covid19.public.lu (ENFRDE — LU)

     

    Contact Point for Luxembourg:
    For important medical questions concerning COVID-19, the Health Helpline (247-65533) is available from Monday to Friday between 8:00 and 18:00; on weekends between 10:00 and 18:00. Additional hotlines and contacts are available (ENFRDE — LU).

    Documents you need to travel in Europe
    Health cover for temporary stays

    *Transit:

    As a general rule, passengers in transit in the EU+ area are exempted from temporary travel restriction.

    EU citizens entering the EU from a third country, as well as their family members, irrespective of their nationality, are exempted from the travel restrictions regardless of whether or not they are returning to their country of nationality or residence.

    Passengers travelling from a non-EU country to another non-EU country may transit through the international transit area of airports located in the Schengen area. Rules regarding airport transit visa requirements continue to apply.

    *From Third Countries:

    Third-country nationals may no longer enter the territory of the Grand Duchy until 30 June 2021 (inclusive). Details concerning these restrictions and the various exceptions are available on covid19.lu (ENFRDE — LU)

     

    Is a coronavirus test required? 

    Yes, since 29 January, any person, regardless of nationality, arriving by air transport to the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg is subject to the requirement for a pre-departure negative COVID-19 test (on paper or electronic document).
    The test must be taken less than 72 hours prior to departure.
    Accepted test: PCR, TMA, LAMP, Antigen

    The negative test result must be presented, if necessary along with a translation, either in one of the administrative languages (Luxembourgish, French, German) of Luxembourg or in English. Documents in Italian, Spanish or Portuguese are now also accepted.

    From 1 April 2021, persons travelling by air from a third country will no longer have to undergo an additional rapid antigen test upon arrival at Luxembourg airport.

    The following persons are exempted from the testing obligation:

    • People on duty employed in the transport sector and passengers in transit from the airport;
    • Persons making a return journey by air, for less than 72 hours, from the Grand Duchy to a member of the Schengen area or the European Union, provided they have not left the Schengen area or the territory of the EU Member States during this period;
    • Members of the diplomatic corps, personnel of international organisations, personnel in the field of development cooperation and humanitarian aid and civil protection personnel in the exercise of their respective functions, provided that their stay in Luxembourg does not exceed 72 hours;
    • Persons who have had a recent SARS-CoV-2 infection within 3 months prior to travel and who have completed the applicable isolation period in the respective country with the disappearance of any symptoms of infection. These persons should present a medical certificate attesting to these facts, which allows them to embark for Luxembourg without undergoing a new nucleic acid amplification test of SARS-CoV-2 viral RNA or of a viral antigen test.

    Please note that the testing obligations applicable to all persons wishing to enter Luxembourg from a third country are in addition to the temporary restrictions already in place for non-essential travel to the EU.

    Is a quarantine required? 

    In general, entry to Luxembourg is not conditioned upon absolving a mandatory quarantine. However, until 30 June 2021 included, any person who stayed in India during the 14 days prior to his or her arrival on Luxembourg territory must undergo a COVID-19 test (PCR, TMA or LAMP methods) as soon as possible and inform the medical analysis laboratory about their stay in India. This obligation applies to any person who has stayed in India during the 14 days preceding his/her arrival, regardless of the duration of the stay in India and in Luxembourg, and regardless of the means of transport to the Grand Duchy. If the person arrives in Luxembourg by air, the test will be carried out free of charge at the COVID-19 test centre at Luxembourg airport.

    Upon arrival in the Grand Duchy, the persons concerned are placed in strict quarantine for 7 days with the obligation to undergo a second COVID-19 test from the 6th day of quarantine. In the event of refusal to submit to the test on arrival or at the end of the 7-day quarantine period, the quarantine will be extended for a further 7 days, bringing the total duration to 14 days.

    Those concerned are required to report their presence to the Health Inspection Department (per e-mail: contact-covid@ms.etat.lu or by telephone: 247-65533), which ensures a reinforced monitoring and tracing.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Luxembourg: In response to a sharp rise in the number of COVID-19 cases in Luxembourg, additional measures have been put in place to limit the spread of the virus.
    You must wear a face covering and observe the standard social distancing requirement when travelling through Luxembourg Airport (Findel). Your mask should not be removed during security control. Hand sanitiser is available throughout the terminal where hand washing is unavailable.
    Face coverings must be worn on public transport and in all indoor areas open to the public and where the public is circulating.
    Breaches of regulations can result in fines of up to €1000.
    *Accommodation: Hotel and guesthouse bars and restaurants are now open to the public under the same conditions as all other restaurants, bars and cafes (see below). Face coverings must be worn in public areas, and where the social distancing requirement cannot be met.
    *Public spaces and services: Face coverings must be worn in shops, supermarkets, exhibitions, and other places that are open to the public.
    The Luxembourg government has shortened the curfew, and people are now required to remain at home from midnight to 6am. Outings during these hours are only permitted in certain specified circumstances; these can be accessed with further details on the Luxembourg government website.
    Restaurants and bars are open for service both indoors and outdoors between 6am-10pm under strict measures. Only four people will be permitted to sit at each table, unless they are from the same household, and tables will need to be 1.5 metres apart, or separated by a barrier. All customers seated indoors and over the age of six years must:
    • present a negative PCR test carried out less than 72 hours before access; or
    • present a negative rapid antigen test carried out less than 24 hours and certified by a health professional, civil servant or public employee designated for this purpose by the Director of Health; or
    • present a negative antigen self-test performed on site.
    Anyone refusing to present a negative test result or take a test will be unable to be seated indoors.
    Outdoor spaces and terraces must be open on three sides. Take-away, drive-through and home delivery services remain available. Other restrictions include limiting the additional number of people allowed at gatherings at home or private events to a maximum of two visitors, who must be from the same household. Gatherings of 4 to 10 people in a public space are allowed, subject to the wearing of a mask. With some exceptions, gatherings of between 11 – 150 people are allowed on condition that people are assigned seating, observe 2 metres social distancing and wear a mask. Events of more than 150 people and up to a maximum of 1000 are subject to agreement in advance by the Health Directorate.
    The consumption of alcohol outdoors is prohibited.
    Cinemas, theatres and cultural events are open.
    Shops, hairdressers and beauticians are open. Indoor sports facilities, gyms, swimming pools and aquatic centres are open with strict hygiene restrictions in place.
    To find out more about local restrictions, please refer to the Luxembourg government website.

    Read more
    20.05.2021
  • Luxembourg Latest News:

    International Restrictions:
    *From within the EU:

    Is a coronavirus test required?

    Since 29 January, any person – regardless of nationality – arriving by air transport to the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg is subject to the requirement for a pre-departure negative COVID-19 test (on paper or electronic document).

    The test must be taken within 72 hours prior to departure.

    Accepted test: PCR, TMA, LAMP, Antigen

    This obligation does not apply to travel by land.

    Children aged 5 and under are exempted.

    The negative test result must be presented, if necessary along with a translation, either in one of the administrative languages (Luxembourgish, French, German) of Luxembourg or in English. Documents in Italian, Spanish and Portuguese are also accepted.

    The following persons are exempt from these obligations:

    • People on duty employed in the transport sector and passengers in transit from the airport;
    • Persons making a return journey by air, for less than 72 hours, from the Grand Duchy to a country which is a member of the Schengen area or the European Union, provided they have not left the Schengen area or the territory of the EU Member States during this period;
    • Members of the diplomatic corps, personnel of international organizations and persons invited by these international organizations whose physical presence is required for the proper functioning of these organizations, military personnel, personnel in the field of development cooperation and humanitarian aid, and civil protection personnel in the exercise of their respective functions, provided that their stay in Luxembourg does not exceed 72 hours;
    • Persons who have had a recent SARS-CoV-2 infection within 3 months prior to travel and who have completed the applicable isolation period in the respective country with the disappearance of any symptoms of infection. These persons may present a medical certificate attesting to these facts, which allows them to board a flight to Luxembourg without having to undergo a new nucleic acid amplification test of SARS-CoV-2 viral RNA or of a viral antigen test.
    •  

    Is a quarantine required? 

    Entry to Luxembourg is not subject to a mandatory quarantine.

     

    Mandatory Travel Documentation

    All passengers travelling by air are required to fill in a Passenger Locator Form.

     

    Find out more:
    covid19.public.lu (ENFRDE — LU)

     

    Contact Point for Luxembourg:
    For important medical questions concerning COVID-19, the Health Helpline (247-65533) is available from Monday to Friday between 8:00 and 18:00; on weekends between 10:00 and 18:00. Additional hotlines and contacts are available (ENFRDE — LU).

    Documents you need to travel in Europe
    Health cover for temporary stays

    *Transit:

    As a general rule, passengers in transit in the EU+ area are exempted from temporary travel restriction.

    EU citizens entering the EU from a third country, as well as their family members, irrespective of their nationality, are exempted from the travel restrictions regardless of whether or not they are returning to their country of nationality or residence.

    Passengers travelling from a non-EU country to another non-EU country may transit through the international transit area of airports located in the Schengen area. Rules regarding airport transit visa requirements continue to apply.

    *From Third Countries:

    Third-country nationals may no longer enter the territory of the Grand Duchy until 30 June 2021 (inclusive). Details concerning these restrictions and the various exceptions are available on covid19.lu (ENFRDE — LU)

     

    Is a coronavirus test required? 

    Yes, since 29 January, any person, regardless of nationality, arriving by air transport to the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg is subject to the requirement for a pre-departure negative COVID-19 test (on paper or electronic document).
    The test must be taken less than 72 hours prior to departure.
    Accepted test: PCR, TMA, LAMP, Antigen

    The negative test result must be presented, if necessary along with a translation, either in one of the administrative languages (Luxembourgish, French, German) of Luxembourg or in English. Documents in Italian, Spanish or Portuguese are now also accepted.

    From 1 April 2021, persons travelling by air from a third country will no longer have to undergo an additional rapid antigen test upon arrival at Luxembourg airport.

    The following persons are exempted from the testing obligation:

    • People on duty employed in the transport sector and passengers in transit from the airport;
    • Persons making a return journey by air, for less than 72 hours, from the Grand Duchy to a member of the Schengen area or the European Union, provided they have not left the Schengen area or the territory of the EU Member States during this period;
    • Members of the diplomatic corps, personnel of international organisations, personnel in the field of development cooperation and humanitarian aid and civil protection personnel in the exercise of their respective functions, provided that their stay in Luxembourg does not exceed 72 hours;
    • Persons who have had a recent SARS-CoV-2 infection within 3 months prior to travel and who have completed the applicable isolation period in the respective country with the disappearance of any symptoms of infection. These persons should present a medical certificate attesting to these facts, which allows them to embark for Luxembourg without undergoing a new nucleic acid amplification test of SARS-CoV-2 viral RNA or of a viral antigen test.

    Please note that the testing obligations applicable to all persons wishing to enter Luxembourg from a third country are in addition to the temporary restrictions already in place for non-essential travel to the EU.

    Is a quarantine required? 

    Entry to Luxembourg is not conditioned upon absolving a mandatory quarantine.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Luxembourg: In response to a sharp rise in the number of COVID-19 cases in Luxembourg, additional measures have been put in place to limit the spread of the virus.
    You must wear a face covering and observe the standard social distancing requirement when travelling through Luxembourg Airport (Findel). Your mask should not be removed during security control. Hand sanitiser is available throughout the terminal where hand washing is unavailable.
    Face coverings must be worn on public transport and in all indoor areas open to the public and where the public is circulating.
    Breaches of regulations can result in fines of up to €1000.
    *Accommodation: Hotel and guesthouse bars and restaurants are now open to the public under the same conditions as all other restaurants, bars and cafes (see below). Face coverings must be worn in public areas, and where the social distancing requirement cannot be met.
    *Public spaces and services: Face coverings must be worn in shops, supermarkets, exhibitions, and other places that are open to the public.
    The Luxembourg government has shortened the curfew, and people are now required to remain at home from midnight to 6am. Outings during these hours are only permitted in certain specified circumstances; these can be accessed with further details on the Luxembourg government website.
    Restaurants and bars are open for service both indoors and outdoors between 6am-10pm under strict measures. Only four people will be permitted to sit at each table, unless they are from the same household, and tables will need to be 1.5 metres apart, or separated by a barrier. All customers seated indoors and over the age of six years must:
    • present a negative PCR test carried out less than 72 hours before access; or
    • present a negative rapid antigen test carried out less than 24 hours and certified by a health professional, civil servant or public employee designated for this purpose by the Director of Health; or
    • present a negative antigen self-test performed on site.
    Anyone refusing to present a negative test result or take a test will be unable to be seated indoors.
    Outdoor spaces and terraces must be open on three sides. Take-away, drive-through and home delivery services remain available. Other restrictions include limiting the additional number of people allowed at gatherings at home or private events to a maximum of two visitors, who must be from the same household. Gatherings of 4 to 10 people in a public space are allowed, subject to the wearing of a mask. With some exceptions, gatherings of between 11 – 150 people are allowed on condition that people are assigned seating, observe 2 metres social distancing and wear a mask. Events of more than 150 people and up to a maximum of 1000 are subject to agreement in advance by the Health Directorate.
    The consumption of alcohol outdoors is prohibited.
    Cinemas, theatres and cultural events are open.
    Shops, hairdressers and beauticians are open. Indoor sports facilities, gyms, swimming pools and aquatic centres are open with strict hygiene restrictions in place.
    To find out more about local restrictions, please refer to the Luxembourg government website.

    Read more
    19.05.2021
  • Luxembourg Latest News:

    International Restrictions:
    *From within the EU:

    Is a coronavirus test required?

    Since 29 January, any person – regardless of nationality – arriving by air transport to the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg is subject to the requirement for a pre-departure negative COVID-19 test (on paper or electronic document).

    The test must be taken within 72 hours prior to departure.

    Accepted test: PCR, TMA, LAMP, Antigen

    This obligation does not apply to travel by land.

    Children aged 5 and under are exempted.

    The negative test result must be presented, if necessary along with a translation, either in one of the administrative languages (Luxembourgish, French, German) of Luxembourg or in English. Documents in Italian, Spanish and Portuguese are also accepted.

    The following persons are exempt from these obligations:

    • People on duty employed in the transport sector and passengers in transit from the airport;
    • Persons making a return journey by air, for less than 72 hours, from the Grand Duchy to a country which is a member of the Schengen area or the European Union, provided they have not left the Schengen area or the territory of the EU Member States during this period;
    • Members of the diplomatic corps, personnel of international organizations and persons invited by these international organizations whose physical presence is required for the proper functioning of these organizations, military personnel, personnel in the field of development cooperation and humanitarian aid, and civil protection personnel in the exercise of their respective functions, provided that their stay in Luxembourg does not exceed 72 hours;
    • Persons who have had a recent SARS-CoV-2 infection within 3 months prior to travel and who have completed the applicable isolation period in the respective country with the disappearance of any symptoms of infection. These persons may present a medical certificate attesting to these facts, which allows them to board a flight to Luxembourg without having to undergo a new nucleic acid amplification test of SARS-CoV-2 viral RNA or of a viral antigen test.
    •  

    Is a quarantine required? 

    Entry to Luxembourg is not subject to a mandatory quarantine.

     

    Mandatory Travel Documentation

    All passengers travelling by air are required to fill in a Passenger Locator Form.

     

    Find out more:
    covid19.public.lu (ENFRDE — LU)

     

    Contact Point for Luxembourg:
    For important medical questions concerning COVID-19, the Health Helpline (247-65533) is available from Monday to Friday between 8:00 and 18:00; on weekends between 10:00 and 18:00. Additional hotlines and contacts are available (ENFRDE — LU).

    Documents you need to travel in Europe
    Health cover for temporary stays

    *Transit:

    As a general rule, passengers in transit in the EU+ area are exempted from temporary travel restriction.

    EU citizens entering the EU from a third country, as well as their family members, irrespective of their nationality, are exempted from the travel restrictions regardless of whether or not they are returning to their country of nationality or residence.

    Passengers travelling from a non-EU country to another non-EU country may transit through the international transit area of airports located in the Schengen area. Rules regarding airport transit visa requirements continue to apply.

    *From Third Countries:

    Third-country nationals may no longer enter the territory of the Grand Duchy until 30 June 2021 (inclusive). Details concerning these restrictions and the various exceptions are available on covid19.lu (ENFRDE — LU)

     

    Is a coronavirus test required? 

    Yes, since 29 January, any person, regardless of nationality, arriving by air transport to the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg is subject to the requirement for a pre-departure negative COVID-19 test (on paper or electronic document).
    The test must be taken less than 72 hours prior to departure.
    Accepted test: PCR, TMA, LAMP, Antigen

    The negative test result must be presented, if necessary along with a translation, either in one of the administrative languages (Luxembourgish, French, German) of Luxembourg or in English. Documents in Italian, Spanish or Portuguese are now also accepted.

    From 1 April 2021, persons travelling by air from a third country will no longer have to undergo an additional rapid antigen test upon arrival at Luxembourg airport.

    The following persons are exempted from the testing obligation:

    • People on duty employed in the transport sector and passengers in transit from the airport;
    • Persons making a return journey by air, for less than 72 hours, from the Grand Duchy to a member of the Schengen area or the European Union, provided they have not left the Schengen area or the territory of the EU Member States during this period;
    • Members of the diplomatic corps, personnel of international organisations, personnel in the field of development cooperation and humanitarian aid and civil protection personnel in the exercise of their respective functions, provided that their stay in Luxembourg does not exceed 72 hours;
    • Persons who have had a recent SARS-CoV-2 infection within 3 months prior to travel and who have completed the applicable isolation period in the respective country with the disappearance of any symptoms of infection. These persons should present a medical certificate attesting to these facts, which allows them to embark for Luxembourg without undergoing a new nucleic acid amplification test of SARS-CoV-2 viral RNA or of a viral antigen test.

    Please note that the testing obligations applicable to all persons wishing to enter Luxembourg from a third country are in addition to the temporary restrictions already in place for non-essential travel to the EU.

    Is a quarantine required? 

    Entry to Luxembourg is not conditioned upon absolving a mandatory quarantine.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Luxembourg: In response to a sharp rise in the number of COVID-19 cases in Luxembourg, additional measures have been put in place to limit the spread of the virus. You must wear a face covering and observe the standard social distancing requirement when travelling through Luxembourg Airport (Findel). Your mask should not be removed during security control. Hand sanitiser is available throughout the terminal where hand washing is unavailable.
    Face coverings must be worn on public transport and in all indoor areas open to the public and where the public is circulating. Breaches of regulations can result in fines of up to €1000.
    *Accommodation: There are no restrictions on booking hotel rooms or guesthouses. However, hotel or guesthouse bars and restaurants are closed to the public. Room service and take-away are available. Face coverings must be worn in public areas, and where the social distancing requirement cannot be met.
    *Public spaces and services: Face coverings must be worn in shops, supermarkets, exhibitions, and other places that are open to the public. The Luxembourg government has extended the curfew, and people are required to remain at home from 11pm to 6am. Outings during these hours are only permitted in certain specified circumstances; these can be accessed with further details on the Luxembourg government website.
    Restaurants and bars are open for service outdoors between 6am-6pm under strict measures. Only two people will be permitted to sit at each table, unless they are from the same household, and tables will need to be 1.5 metres apart. Outdoor spaces and terraces must be open on three sides. Take-away, drive-through and home delivery services remain available. Other restrictions include limiting the additional number of people allowed at gatherings at home or private events to a maximum of two visitors, who must be from the same household. Gatherings of 4 to 10 people in a public space are allowed, subject to wearing of a mask. With some exceptions, gatherings of 10 to 100 people are allowed on condition that people are assigned seating, observe 2 metres distancing and wear a mask.
    The consumption of alcohol outdoors is prohibited. Cinemas, theatres and cultural events have reopened. Shops, hairdressers and beauticians are open. Indoor sports facilities, gyms, swimming pools and aquatic centres have reopened with strict hygiene restrictions in place.
    To find out more about local restrictions, please refer to the Luxembourg government website.

    Read more
    01.05.2021
  • Luxembourg Latest News:

    International Restrictions:
    *From within the EU:

    Is a coronavirus test required?

    Since 29 January, any person – regardless of nationality – arriving by air transport to the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg is subject to the requirement for a pre-departure negative COVID-19 test (on paper or electronic document).

    The test must be taken within 72 hours prior to departure.

    Accepted test: PCR, TMA, LAMP, Antigen

    This obligation does not apply to travel by land.

    Children aged 5 and under are exempted.

    The negative test result must be presented, if necessary along with a translation, either in one of the administrative languages (Luxembourgish, French, German) of Luxembourg or in English. Documents in Italian, Spanish and Portuguese are also accepted.

    The following persons are exempt from these obligations:

    • People on duty employed in the transport sector and passengers in transit from the airport;
    • Persons making a return journey by air, for less than 72 hours, from the Grand Duchy to a country which is a member of the Schengen area or the European Union, provided they have not left the Schengen area or the territory of the EU Member States during this period;
    • Members of the diplomatic corps, personnel of international organizations and persons invited by these international organizations whose physical presence is required for the proper functioning of these organizations, military personnel, personnel in the field of development cooperation and humanitarian aid, and civil protection personnel in the exercise of their respective functions, provided that their stay in Luxembourg does not exceed 72 hours;
    • Persons who have had a recent SARS-CoV-2 infection within 3 months prior to travel and who have completed the applicable isolation period in the respective country with the disappearance of any symptoms of infection. These persons may present a medical certificate attesting to these facts, which allows them to board a flight to Luxembourg without having to undergo a new nucleic acid amplification test of SARS-CoV-2 viral RNA or of a viral antigen test.
    •  

    Is a quarantine required? 

    Entry to Luxembourg is not subject to a mandatory quarantine.

     

    Mandatory Travel Documentation

    All passengers travelling by air are required to fill in a Passenger Locator Form.

     

    Find out more:
    covid19.public.lu (ENFRDE — LU)

     

    Contact Point for Luxembourg:
    For important medical questions concerning COVID-19, the Health Helpline (247-65533) is available from Monday to Friday between 8:00 and 18:00; on weekends between 10:00 and 18:00. Additional hotlines and contacts are available (ENFRDE — LU).

    Documents you need to travel in Europe

    *Transit:

    As a general rule, passengers in transit in the EU+ area are exempted from temporary travel restriction.

    EU citizens entering the EU from a third country, as well as their family members, irrespective of their nationality, are exempted from the travel restrictions regardless of whether or not they are returning to their country of nationality or residence.

    Passengers travelling from a non-EU country to another non-EU country may transit through the international transit area of airports located in the Schengen area. Rules regarding airport transit visa requirements continue to apply.

    *From Third Countries:

    Third-country nationals may no longer enter the territory of the Grand Duchy until 30 June 2021 (inclusive). Details concerning these restrictions and the various exceptions are available on covid19.lu (ENFRDE — LU)

     

    Is a coronavirus test required? 

    Yes, since 29 January, any person, regardless of nationality, arriving by air transport to the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg is subject to the requirement for a pre-departure negative COVID-19 test (on paper or electronic document).
    The test must be taken less than 72 hours prior to departure.
    Accepted test: PCR, TMA, LAMP, Antigen

    The negative test result must be presented, if necessary along with a translation, either in one of the administrative languages (Luxembourgish, French, German) of Luxembourg or in English. Documents in Italian, Spanish or Portuguese are now also accepted.

    From 1 April 2021, persons travelling by air from a third country will no longer have to undergo an additional rapid antigen test upon arrival at Luxembourg airport.

    The following persons are exempted from the testing obligation:

    • People on duty employed in the transport sector and passengers in transit from the airport;
    • Persons making a return journey by air, for less than 72 hours, from the Grand Duchy to a member of the Schengen area or the European Union, provided they have not left the Schengen area or the territory of the EU Member States during this period;
    • Members of the diplomatic corps, personnel of international organisations, personnel in the field of development cooperation and humanitarian aid and civil protection personnel in the exercise of their respective functions, provided that their stay in Luxembourg does not exceed 72 hours;
    • Persons who have had a recent SARS-CoV-2 infection within 3 months prior to travel and who have completed the applicable isolation period in the respective country with the disappearance of any symptoms of infection. These persons should present a medical certificate attesting to these facts, which allows them to embark for Luxembourg without undergoing a new nucleic acid amplification test of SARS-CoV-2 viral RNA or of a viral antigen test.

    Please note that the testing obligations applicable to all persons wishing to enter Luxembourg from a third country are in addition to the temporary restrictions already in place for non-essential travel to the EU.

    Is a quarantine required? 

    Entry to Luxembourg is not conditioned upon absolving a mandatory quarantine.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Luxembourg: In response to a sharp rise in the number of COVID-19 cases in Luxembourg, additional measures have been put in place to limit the spread of the virus. You must wear a face covering and observe the standard social distancing requirement when travelling through Luxembourg Airport (Findel). Your mask should not be removed during security control. Hand sanitiser is available throughout the terminal where hand washing is unavailable.
    Face coverings must be worn on public transport and in all indoor areas open to the public and where the public is circulating. Breaches of regulations can result in fines of up to €1000.
    *Accommodation: There are no restrictions on booking hotel rooms or guesthouses. However, hotel or guesthouse bars and restaurants are closed to the public. Room service and take-away are available. Face coverings must be worn in public areas, and where the social distancing requirement cannot be met.
    *Public spaces and services: Face coverings must be worn in shops, supermarkets, exhibitions, and other places that are open to the public. The Luxembourg government has extended the curfew, and people are required to remain at home from 11pm to 6am. Outings during these hours are only permitted in certain specified circumstances; these can be accessed with further details on the Luxembourg government website.
    Restaurants and bars are open for service outdoors between 6am-6pm under strict measures. Only two people will be permitted to sit at each table, unless they are from the same household, and tables will need to be 1.5 metres apart. Outdoor spaces and terraces must be open on three sides. Take-away, drive-through and home delivery services remain available. Other restrictions include limiting the additional number of people allowed at gatherings at home or private events to a maximum of two visitors, who must be from the same household. Gatherings of 4 to 10 people in a public space are allowed, subject to wearing of a mask. With some exceptions, gatherings of 10 to 100 people are allowed on condition that people are assigned seating, observe 2 metres distancing and wear a mask.
    The consumption of alcohol outdoors is prohibited. Cinemas, theatres and cultural events have reopened. Shops, hairdressers and beauticians are open. Indoor sports facilities, gyms, swimming pools and aquatic centres have reopened with strict hygiene restrictions in place.
    To find out more about local restrictions, please refer to the Luxembourg government website.

    Read more
    28.04.2021
  • Luxembourg Latest News: From 24 December, all airline passengers from the UK are required to have a negative COVID-19 test result. (Gov.Uk, 23.12.2020).

    International Restrictions:
    *From within the EU:

    Is a coronavirus test required?

    Since 29 January, any person – regardless of nationality – arriving by air transport to the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg is subject to the requirement for a pre-departure negative COVID-19 test (on paper or electronic document).

    The test must be taken within 72 hours prior to departure.

    Accepted test: PCR, TMA, LAMP, Antigen

    This obligation does not apply to travel by land.

    Children aged 5 and under are exempted.

    The negative test result must be presented, if necessary along with a translation, either in one of the administrative languages (Luxembourgish, French, German) of Luxembourg or in English. Documents in Italian, Spanish and Portuguese are also accepted.

    The following persons are exempt from these obligations:

    • People on duty employed in the transport sector and passengers in transit from the airport;
    • Persons making a return journey by air, for less than 72 hours, from the Grand Duchy to a country which is a member of the Schengen area or the European Union, provided they have not left the Schengen area or the territory of the EU Member States during this period;
    • Members of the diplomatic corps, personnel of international organizations and persons invited by these international organizations whose physical presence is required for the proper functioning of these organizations, military personnel, personnel in the field of development cooperation and humanitarian aid, and civil protection personnel in the exercise of their respective functions, provided that their stay in Luxembourg does not exceed 72 hours;
    • Persons who have had a recent SARS-CoV-2 infection within 3 months prior to travel and who have completed the applicable isolation period in the respective country with the disappearance of any symptoms of infection. These persons may present a medical certificate attesting to these facts, which allows them to board a flight to Luxembourg without having to undergo a new nucleic acid amplification test of SARS-CoV-2 viral RNA or of a viral antigen test.
    •  

    Is a quarantine required? 

    Entry to Luxembourg is not subject to a mandatory quarantine.

     

    Mandatory Travel Documentation

    All passengers travelling by air are required to fill in a Passenger Locator Form.

     

    Find out more:
    covid19.public.lu (ENFRDE — LU)

     

    Contact Point for Luxembourg:
    For important medical questions concerning COVID-19, the Health Helpline (247-65533) is available from Monday to Friday between 8:00 and 18:00; on weekends between 10:00 and 18:00. Additional hotlines and contacts are available (ENFRDE — LU).

    Documents you need to travel in Europe

    *Transit:

    As a general rule, passengers in transit in the EU+ area are exempted from temporary travel restriction.

    EU citizens entering the EU from a third country, as well as their family members, irrespective of their nationality, are exempted from the travel restrictions regardless of whether or not they are returning to their country of nationality or residence.

    Passengers travelling from a non-EU country to another non-EU country may transit through the international transit area of airports located in the Schengen area. Rules regarding airport transit visa requirements continue to apply.

    *From Third Countries:

    Third-country nationals may no longer enter the territory of the Grand Duchy until 30 June 2021 (inclusive). Details concerning these restrictions and the various exceptions are available on covid19.lu (ENFRDE — LU)

     

    Is a coronavirus test required? 

    Yes, since 29 January, any person, regardless of nationality, arriving by air transport to the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg is subject to the requirement for a pre-departure negative COVID-19 test (on paper or electronic document).
    The test must be taken less than 72 hours prior to departure.
    Accepted test: PCR, TMA, LAMP, Antigen

    The negative test result must be presented, if necessary along with a translation, either in one of the administrative languages (Luxembourgish, French, German) of Luxembourg or in English. Documents in Italian, Spanish or Portuguese are now also accepted.

    From 1 April 2021, persons travelling by air from a third country will no longer have to undergo an additional rapid antigen test upon arrival at Luxembourg airport.

    The following persons are exempted from the testing obligation:

    • People on duty employed in the transport sector and passengers in transit from the airport;
    • Persons making a return journey by air, for less than 72 hours, from the Grand Duchy to a member of the Schengen area or the European Union, provided they have not left the Schengen area or the territory of the EU Member States during this period;
    • Members of the diplomatic corps, personnel of international organisations, personnel in the field of development cooperation and humanitarian aid and civil protection personnel in the exercise of their respective functions, provided that their stay in Luxembourg does not exceed 72 hours;
    • Persons who have had a recent SARS-CoV-2 infection within 3 months prior to travel and who have completed the applicable isolation period in the respective country with the disappearance of any symptoms of infection. These persons should present a medical certificate attesting to these facts, which allows them to embark for Luxembourg without undergoing a new nucleic acid amplification test of SARS-CoV-2 viral RNA or of a viral antigen test.

    Please note that the testing obligations applicable to all persons wishing to enter Luxembourg from a third country are in addition to the temporary restrictions already in place for non-essential travel to the EU.

    Is a quarantine required? 

    Entry to Luxembourg is not conditioned upon absolving a mandatory quarantine.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Luxembourg: In response to a sharp rise in the number of COVID-19 cases in Luxembourg, additional measures have been put in place to limit the spread of the virus. You must wear a face covering and observe the standard social distancing requirement when travelling through Luxembourg Airport (Findel). Your mask should not be removed during security control. Hand sanitiser is available throughout the terminal where hand washing is unavailable.
    Face coverings must be worn on public transport and in all indoor areas open to the public and where the public is circulating. Breaches of regulations can result in fines of up to €1000.
    *Accommodation: There are no restrictions on booking hotel rooms or guesthouses. However, hotel or guesthouse bars and restaurants are closed to the public. Room service and take-away are available. Face coverings must be worn in public areas, and where the social distancing requirement cannot be met.
    *Public spaces and services: Face coverings must be worn in shops, supermarkets, exhibitions, and other places that are open to the public. The Luxembourg government has extended the curfew, and people are required to remain at home from 11pm to 6am. Outings during these hours are only permitted in certain specified circumstances; these can be accessed with further details on the Luxembourg government website.
    Restaurants and bars are open for service outdoors between 6am-6pm under strict measures. Only two people will be permitted to sit at each table, unless they are from the same household, and tables will need to be 1.5 metres apart. Outdoor spaces and terraces must be open on three sides. Take-away, drive-through and home delivery services remain available. Other restrictions include limiting the additional number of people allowed at gatherings at home or private events to a maximum of two visitors, who must be from the same household. Gatherings of 4 to 10 people in a public space are allowed, subject to wearing of a mask. With some exceptions, gatherings of 10 to 100 people are allowed on condition that people are assigned seating, observe 2 metres distancing and wear a mask.
    The consumption of alcohol outdoors is prohibited. Cinemas, theatres and cultural events have reopened. Shops, hairdressers and beauticians are open. Indoor sports facilities, gyms, swimming pools and aquatic centres have reopened with strict hygiene restrictions in place.
    To find out more about local restrictions, please refer to the Luxembourg government website.

    Read more
    23.04.2021
  • Luxembourg Latest News: From 24 December, all airline passengers from the UK are required to have a negative COVID-19 test result. (Gov.Uk, 23.12.2020).

    International Restrictions:
    *From within the EU:

    Is a coronavirus test required?

    Since 29 January, any person – regardless of nationality – arriving by air transport to the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg is subject to the requirement for a pre-departure negative COVID-19 test (on paper or electronic document).

    The test must be taken within 72 hours prior to departure.

    Accepted test: PCR, TMA, LAMP, Antigen

    This obligation does not apply to travel by land.

    Children aged 5 and under are exempted.

    The negative test result must be presented, if necessary along with a translation, either in one of the administrative languages (Luxembourgish, French, German) of Luxembourg or in English. Documents in Italian, Spanish and Portuguese are also accepted.

    The following persons are exempt from these obligations:

    • People on duty employed in the transport sector and passengers in transit from the airport;
    • Persons making a return journey by air, for less than 72 hours, from the Grand Duchy to a country which is a member of the Schengen area or the European Union, provided they have not left the Schengen area or the territory of the EU Member States during this period;
    • Members of the diplomatic corps, personnel of international organizations and persons invited by these international organizations whose physical presence is required for the proper functioning of these organizations, military personnel, personnel in the field of development cooperation and humanitarian aid, and civil protection personnel in the exercise of their respective functions, provided that their stay in Luxembourg does not exceed 72 hours;
    • Persons who have had a recent SARS-CoV-2 infection within 3 months prior to travel and who have completed the applicable isolation period in the respective country with the disappearance of any symptoms of infection. These persons may present a medical certificate attesting to these facts, which allows them to board a flight to Luxembourg without having to undergo a new nucleic acid amplification test of SARS-CoV-2 viral RNA or of a viral antigen test.
    •  

    Is a quarantine required? 

    Entry to Luxembourg is not subject to a mandatory quarantine.

     

    Mandatory Travel Documentation

    All passengers travelling by air are required to fill in a Passenger Locator Form.

     

    Find out more:
    covid19.public.lu (ENFRDE — LU)

     

    Contact Point for Luxembourg:
    For important medical questions concerning COVID-19, the Health Helpline (247-65533) is available from Monday to Friday between 8:00 and 18:00; on weekends between 10:00 and 18:00. Additional hotlines and contacts are available (ENFRDE — LU).

    Documents you need to travel in Europe

    *Transit:

    As a general rule, passengers in transit in the EU+ area are exempted from temporary travel restriction.

    EU citizens entering the EU from a third country, as well as their family members, irrespective of their nationality, are exempted from the travel restrictions regardless of whether or not they are returning to their country of nationality or residence.

    Passengers travelling from a non-EU country to another non-EU country may transit through the international transit area of airports located in the Schengen area. Rules regarding airport transit visa requirements continue to apply.

    *From Third Countries:

    Third-country nationals may no longer enter the territory of the Grand Duchy until 30 June 2021 (inclusive). Details concerning these restrictions and the various exceptions are available on covid19.lu (ENFRDE — LU)

     

    Is a coronavirus test required? 

    Yes, since 29 January, any person, regardless of nationality, arriving by air transport to the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg is subject to the requirement for a pre-departure negative COVID-19 test (on paper or electronic document).
    The test must be taken less than 72 hours prior to departure.
    Accepted test: PCR, TMA, LAMP, Antigen

    The negative test result must be presented, if necessary along with a translation, either in one of the administrative languages (Luxembourgish, French, German) of Luxembourg or in English. Documents in Italian, Spanish or Portuguese are now also accepted.

    From 1 April 2021, persons travelling by air from a third country will no longer have to undergo an additional rapid antigen test upon arrival at Luxembourg airport.

    The following persons are exempted from the testing obligation:

    • People on duty employed in the transport sector and passengers in transit from the airport;
    • Persons making a return journey by air, for less than 72 hours, from the Grand Duchy to a member of the Schengen area or the European Union, provided they have not left the Schengen area or the territory of the EU Member States during this period;
    • Members of the diplomatic corps, personnel of international organisations, personnel in the field of development cooperation and humanitarian aid and civil protection personnel in the exercise of their respective functions, provided that their stay in Luxembourg does not exceed 72 hours;
    • Persons who have had a recent SARS-CoV-2 infection within 3 months prior to travel and who have completed the applicable isolation period in the respective country with the disappearance of any symptoms of infection. These persons should present a medical certificate attesting to these facts, which allows them to embark for Luxembourg without undergoing a new nucleic acid amplification test of SARS-CoV-2 viral RNA or of a viral antigen test.

    Please note that the testing obligations applicable to all persons wishing to enter Luxembourg from a third country are in addition to the temporary restrictions already in place for non-essential travel to the EU.

    Is a quarantine required? 

    Entry to Luxembourg is not conditioned upon absolving a mandatory quarantine.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Luxembourg: In response to a sharp rise in the number of COVID-19 cases in Luxembourg, additional measures have been put in place to limit the spread of the virus. You must wear a face covering and observe the standard social distancing requirement when travelling through Luxembourg Airport (Findel). Your mask should not be removed during security control. Hand sanitiser is available throughout the terminal where hand washing is unavailable. Face coverings must be worn on public transport and in all indoor areas open to the public and where the public is circulating. Breaches of regulations can result in fines of up to €1,000.
    *Accommodation: There are no restrictions on booking hotel rooms or guesthouses. However, hotel or guesthouse bars and restaurants are closed to the public. Room service and take-away are available. Face coverings must be worn in public areas, and where the social distancing requirement cannot be met.
    *Public spaces and services: Face coverings must be worn in shops, supermarkets, exhibitions, and other places that are open to the public. The Luxembourg government has extended the curfew, and people are required to remain at home from 11pm to 6am. Outings during these hours are only permitted in certain specified circumstances; these can be accessed with further details on the Luxembourg government website. Restaurants and bars are closed to the public until 6 April 2021. Thereafter, restaurant terraces will be open for service between 6am-6pm under strict measures. Only two people will be permitted to sit at each table, unless they are from the same household, and tables will need to be 1.5 metres apart. Take-away, drive-through and home delivery services remain available. Other restrictions include limiting the additional number of people allowed at gatherings at home or private events to a maximum of two visitors, who must be from the same household. Gatherings of 4 to 10 people in a public space are allowed, subject to wearing of a mask. With some exceptions, gatherings of 10 to 100 people are allowed on condition that people are assigned seating, observe 2 metres distancing and wear a mask. The consumption of alcohol outdoors is prohibited. Cinemas, theatres and cultural events have reopened. Shops, hairdressers and beauticians are open. Indoor sports facilities, gyms, swimming pools and aquatic centres have reopened with strict hygiene restrictions in place. To find out more about local restrictions, please refer to the Luxembourg government website.

    Read more
    16.04.2021
  • Luxembourg Latest News: From 24 December, all airline passengers from the UK are required to have a negative COVID-19 test result. (Gov.Uk, 23.12.2020).

    International Restrictions:
    *From within the EU:

    Is a coronavirus test required?

    Yes, since 29 January, any person, regardless of nationality, arriving by air transport to the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg is subject to the requirement for a pre-departure negative COVID-19 test (on paper or electronic document).
    The test must be taken within 72 hours prior to departure.
    Accepted test: PCR, TMA, LAMP, Antigen

    This obligation does not apply to travel by land.

    Children aged 5 and under are exempted.

    The negative test result must be presented, if necessary along with a translation, either in one of the administrative languages (Luxembourgish, French, German) of Luxembourg or in English. Documents in Italian, Spanish and Portuguese are also accepted.

    The following persons are exempt from these obligations:

    • People on duty employed in the transport sector and passengers in transit from the airport;
    • Persons making a return journey by air, for less than 72 hours, from the Grand Duchy to a country which is a member of the Schengen area or the European Union, provided they have not left the Schengen area or the territory of the EU Member States during this period;
    • Members of the diplomatic corps, personnel of international organizations and persons invited by these international organizations whose physical presence is required for the proper functioning of these organizations, military personnel, personnel in the field of development cooperation and humanitarian aid, and civil protection personnel in the exercise of their respective functions, provided that their stay in Luxembourg does not exceed 72 hours;
    • Persons who have had a recent SARS-CoV-2 infection within 3 months prior to travel and who have completed the applicable isolation period in the respective country with the disappearance of any symptoms of infection. These persons may present a medical certificate attesting to these facts, which allows them to board a flight to Luxembourg without having to undergo a new nucleic acid amplification test of SARS-CoV-2 viral RNA or of a viral antigen test.
    •  

    Is a quarantine required? 

    Entry to Luxembourg is not conditioned to a mandatory quarantine.

     

    Mandatory Travel Documentation

    All passengers travelling by air are required to fill in a passenger locator form by law.

     

    Find out more:
    covid19.public.lu (ENFRDE — LU)

     

    Contact Point for Luxembourg:
    For important medical questions concerning COVID-19, the Health Helpline (247-65533) is available from Monday to Friday between 8:00 and 18:00; on weekends between 10:00 and 18:00. Additional hotlines and contacts are available (ENFRDE — LU).

    Documents you need to travel in Europe

    *Transit:

    As a general rule, passengers in transit in the EU+ area are exempted from temporary travel restriction.

    EU citizens entering the EU from a third country, as well as their family members, irrespective of their nationality, are exempted from the travel restrictions regardless of whether or not they are returning to their country of nationality or residence.

    Passengers travelling from a non-EU country to another non-EU country may transit through the international transit area of airports located in the Schengen area. Rules regarding airport transit visa requirements continue to apply.

    *From Third Countries:

    Third-country nationals may no longer enter the territory of the Grand Duchy until 30 June 2021 (inclusive). Details concerning these restrictions and the various exceptions are available on covid19.lu (ENFRDE — LU)

     

    Is a coronavirus test required? 

    Yes, since 29 January, any person, regardless of nationality, arriving by air transport to the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg is subject to the requirement for a pre-departure negative COVID-19 test (on paper or electronic document).
    The test must be taken less than 72 hours prior to departure.
    Accepted test: PCR, TMA, LAMP, Antigen

    The negative test result must be presented, if necessary along with a translation, either in one of the administrative languages (Luxembourgish, French, German) of Luxembourg or in English. Documents in Italian, Spanish or Portuguese are now also accepted.

    From 1 April 2021, persons travelling by air from a third country will no longer have to undergo an additional rapid antigen test upon arrival at Luxembourg airport.

    The following persons are exempted from the testing obligation:

    • People on duty employed in the transport sector and passengers in transit from the airport;
    • Persons making a return journey by air, for less than 72 hours, from the Grand Duchy to a member of the Schengen area or the European Union, provided they have not left the Schengen area or the territory of the EU Member States during this period;
    • Members of the diplomatic corps, personnel of international organisations, personnel in the field of development cooperation and humanitarian aid and civil protection personnel in the exercise of their respective functions, provided that their stay in Luxembourg does not exceed 72 hours;
    • Persons who have had a recent SARS-CoV-2 infection within 3 months prior to travel and who have completed the applicable isolation period in the respective country with the disappearance of any symptoms of infection. These persons should present a medical certificate attesting to these facts, which allows them to embark for Luxembourg without undergoing a new nucleic acid amplification test of SARS-CoV-2 viral RNA or of a viral antigen test.

    Please note that the testing obligations applicable to all persons wishing to enter Luxembourg from a third country are in addition to the temporary restrictions already in place for non-essential travel to the EU.

    Is a quarantine required? 

    Entry to Luxembourg is not conditioned upon absolving a mandatory quarantine.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Luxembourg: In response to a sharp rise in the number of COVID-19 cases in Luxembourg, additional measures have been put in place to limit the spread of the virus. You must wear a face covering and observe the standard social distancing requirement when travelling through Luxembourg Airport (Findel). Your mask should not be removed during security control. Hand sanitiser is available throughout the terminal where hand washing is unavailable. Face coverings must be worn on public transport and in all indoor areas open to the public and where the public is circulating. Breaches of regulations can result in fines of up to €1,000.
    *Accommodation: There are no restrictions on booking hotel rooms or guesthouses. However, hotel or guesthouse bars and restaurants are closed to the public. Room service and take-away are available. Face coverings must be worn in public areas, and where the social distancing requirement cannot be met.
    *Public spaces and services: Face coverings must be worn in shops, supermarkets, exhibitions, and other places that are open to the public. The Luxembourg government has extended the curfew, and people are required to remain at home from 11pm to 6am. Outings during these hours are only permitted in certain specified circumstances; these can be accessed with further details on the Luxembourg government website. Restaurants and bars are closed to the public until 6 April 2021. Thereafter, restaurant terraces will be open for service between 6am-6pm under strict measures. Only two people will be permitted to sit at each table, unless they are from the same household, and tables will need to be 1.5 metres apart. Take-away, drive-through and home delivery services remain available. Other restrictions include limiting the additional number of people allowed at gatherings at home or private events to a maximum of two visitors, who must be from the same household. Gatherings of 4 to 10 people in a public space are allowed, subject to wearing of a mask. With some exceptions, gatherings of 10 to 100 people are allowed on condition that people are assigned seating, observe 2 metres distancing and wear a mask. The consumption of alcohol outdoors is prohibited. Cinemas, theatres and cultural events have reopened. Shops, hairdressers and beauticians are open. Indoor sports facilities, gyms, swimming pools and aquatic centres have reopened with strict hygiene restrictions in place. To find out more about local restrictions, please refer to the Luxembourg government website.

    Read more
    15.04.2021
  • Luxembourg Latest News: From 24 December, all airline passengers from the UK are required to have a negative COVID-19 test result. (Gov.Uk, 23.12.2020).

    International Restrictions:
    *From within the EU:

    Is a coronavirus test required?

    From 29 January to 15 May, all travellers arriving by air transport to the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg are subject to the requirement for a pre-departure negative COVID-19 test.
    The test must be taken within 72 hours prior to departure.
    Accepted test: PCR, TMA, LAMP, Antigen

    Children aged 5 and under are exempted.

    The negative test result must be presented, if necessary along with a translation, either in one of the administrative languages (Luxembourgish, French, German) of Luxembourg or in English. Documents in Italian, Spanish and Portuguese are also accepted.

    The following persons are exempt from these obligations:

    • People on duty employed in the transport sector and passengers in transit from the airport;
    • Persons making a return journey by air, for less than 72 hours, from the Grand Duchy to a country which is a member of the Schengen area or the European Union, provided they have not left the Schengen area or the territory of the EU Member States during this period;
    • Members of the diplomatic corps, personnel of international organizations and persons invited by these international organizations whose physical presence is required for the proper functioning of these organizations, military personnel, personnel in the field of development cooperation and humanitarian aid, and civil protection personnel in the exercise of their respective functions, provided that their stay in Luxembourg does not exceed 72 hours;
    • Persons who have had a recent SARS-CoV-2 infection within 3 months prior to travel and who have completed the applicable isolation period in the respective country with the disappearance of any symptoms of infection. These persons may present a medical certificate attesting to these facts, which allows them to board a flight to Luxembourg without having to undergo a new nucleic acid amplification test of SARS-CoV-2 viral RNA or of a viral antigen test.
    •  

    Is a quarantine required? 

    Entry to Luxembourg is not conditioned to a mandatory quarantine.

     

    Mandatory Travel Documentation

    All passengers travelling by air are required to fill in a passenger locator form by law.

     

    Find out more:
    covid19.public.lu (ENFRDE — LU)

     

    Contact Point for Luxembourg:
    For important medical questions concerning COVID-19, the Health Helpline (247-65533) is available from Monday to Friday between 8:00 and 18:00; on weekends between 10:00 and 18:00. Additional hotlines and contacts are available (ENFRDE — LU).

    Documents you need to travel in Europe

    *Transit:

    As a general rule, passengers in transit in the EU+ area are exempted from temporary travel restriction.

    EU citizens entering the EU from a third country, as well as their family members, irrespective of their nationality, are exempted from the travel restrictions regardless of whether or not they are returning to their country of nationality or residence.

    Passengers travelling from a non-EU country to another non-EU country may transit through the international transit area of airports located in the Schengen area. Rules regarding airport transit visa requirements continue to apply.

    *From Third Countries:

    Third-country nationals may no longer enter the territory of the Grand Duchy until 30 June 2021 (inclusive). Details concerning these restrictions and the various exceptions are available on covid19.lu (ENFRDE — LU)

     

    Is a coronavirus test required? 

    From 29 January to 15 May 2021 included, all travellers from the age of 6 arriving by air transport to the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg are subject to the requirement for a pre-departure negative COVID-19 test.
    The test must be taken less than 72 hours prior to departure.
    Accepted test: PCR, TMA, LAMP, Antigen

    The negative test result must be presented, if necessary along with a translation, either in one of the administrative languages (Luxembourgish, French, German) of Luxembourg or in English. Documents in Italian, Spanish or Portuguese are now also accepted.

    From 1 April 2021, persons travelling by air from a third country will no longer have to undergo an additional rapid antigen test upon arrival at Luxembourg airport.

    The following persons are exempted from the testing obligation:

    • People on duty employed in the transport sector and passengers in transit from the airport;
    • Persons making a return journey by air, for less than 72 hours, from the Grand Duchy to a member of the Schengen area or the European Union, provided they have not left the Schengen area or the territory of the EU Member States during this period;
    • Members of the diplomatic corps, personnel of international organisations, personnel in the field of development cooperation and humanitarian aid and civil protection personnel in the exercise of their respective functions, provided that their stay in Luxembourg does not exceed 72 hours;
    • Persons who have had a recent SARS-CoV-2 infection within 3 months prior to travel and who have completed the applicable isolation period in the respective country with the disappearance of any symptoms of infection. These persons should present a medical certificate attesting to these facts, which allows them to embark for Luxembourg without undergoing a new nucleic acid amplification test of SARS-CoV-2 viral RNA or of a viral antigen test.

    Please note that the testing obligations applicable to all persons wishing to enter Luxembourg from a third country are in addition to the temporary restrictions already in place for non-essential travel to the EU.

    Is a quarantine required? 

    Entry to Luxembourg is not conditioned upon absolving a mandatory quarantine.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Luxembourg: In response to a sharp rise in the number of COVID-19 cases in Luxembourg, additional measures have been put in place to limit the spread of the virus. You must wear a face covering and observe the standard social distancing requirement when travelling through Luxembourg Airport (Findel). Your mask should not be removed during security control. Hand sanitiser is available throughout the terminal where hand washing is unavailable. Face coverings must be worn on public transport and in all indoor areas open to the public and where the public is circulating. Breaches of regulations can result in fines of up to €1,000.
    *Accommodation: There are no restrictions on booking hotel rooms or guesthouses. However, hotel or guesthouse bars and restaurants are closed to the public. Room service and take-away are available. Face coverings must be worn in public areas, and where the social distancing requirement cannot be met.
    *Public spaces and services: Face coverings must be worn in shops, supermarkets, exhibitions, and other places that are open to the public. The Luxembourg government has extended the curfew, and people are required to remain at home from 11pm to 6am. Outings during these hours are only permitted in certain specified circumstances; these can be accessed with further details on the Luxembourg government website. Restaurants and bars are closed to the public until 6 April 2021. Thereafter, restaurant terraces will be open for service between 6am-6pm under strict measures. Only two people will be permitted to sit at each table, unless they are from the same household, and tables will need to be 1.5 metres apart. Take-away, drive-through and home delivery services remain available. Other restrictions include limiting the additional number of people allowed at gatherings at home or private events to a maximum of two visitors, who must be from the same household. Gatherings of 4 to 10 people in a public space are allowed, subject to wearing of a mask. With some exceptions, gatherings of 10 to 100 people are allowed on condition that people are assigned seating, observe 2 metres distancing and wear a mask. The consumption of alcohol outdoors is prohibited. Cinemas, theatres and cultural events have reopened. Shops, hairdressers and beauticians are open. Indoor sports facilities, gyms, swimming pools and aquatic centres have reopened with strict hygiene restrictions in place. To find out more about local restrictions, please refer to the Luxembourg government website.

    Read more
    12.04.2021
  • Luxembourg Latest News: From 24 December, all airline passengers from the UK are required to have a negative COVID-19 test result. (Gov.Uk, 23.12.2020).

    International Restrictions:
    *From within the EU:

    Is a coronavirus test required?

    From 29 January to 15 May, all travellers arriving by air transport to the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg are subject to the requirement for a pre-departure negative PCR test.
    The test must be taken within 72 hours prior to departure.
    Accepted test: PCR, TMA, LAMP, Antigen

    Children aged 5 and under are exempted.

    The negative test result must be presented, if necessary along with a translation, either in one of the administrative languages (Luxembourgish, French, German) of Luxembourg or in English. Documents in Italian, Spanish and Portuguese are also accepted.

    The following persons are exempt from these obligations:

    • People on duty employed in the transport sector and passengers in transit from the airport;
    • Persons making a return journey by air, for less than 72 hours, from the Grand Duchy to a country which is a member of the Schengen area or the European Union, provided they have not left the Schengen area or the territory of the EU Member States during this period;
    • Members of the diplomatic corps, personnel of international organizations and persons invited by these international organizations whose physical presence is required for the proper functioning of these organizations, military personnel, personnel in the field of development cooperation and humanitarian aid, and civil protection personnel in the exercise of their respective functions, provided that their stay in Luxembourg does not exceed 72 hours;
    • Persons who have had a recent SARS-CoV-2 infection within 3 months prior to travel and who have completed the applicable isolation period in the respective country with the disappearance of any symptoms of infection. These persons may present a medical certificate attesting to these facts, which allows them to board a flight to Luxembourg without having to undergo a new nucleic acid amplification test of SARS-CoV-2 viral RNA or of a viral antigen test.
    •  

     

    Is a quarantine required? 

    Entry to Luxembourg is not conditioned to a mandatory quarantine.

     

    Mandatory Travel Documentation

    All passengers travelling by air are required to fill in a passenger locator form by law.

     

    Find out more:
    covid19.public.lu (ENFRDE — LU)

     

    Contact Point for Luxembourg:
    For important medical questions concerning COVID-19, the Health Helpline (247-65533) is available from Monday to Friday between 8:00 and 18:00; on weekends between 10:00 and 18:00. Additional hotlines and contacts are available (ENFRDE — LU).

    Documents you need to travel in Europe

    *Transit:

    As a general rule, passengers in transit in the EU+ area are exempted from temporary travel restriction.

    EU citizens entering the EU from a third country, as well as their family members, irrespective of their nationality, are exempted from the travel restrictions regardless of whether or not they are returning to their country of nationality or residence.

    Passengers travelling from a non-EU country to another non-EU country may transit through the international transit area of airports located in the Schengen area. Rules regarding airport transit visa requirements continue to apply.

    *From Third Countries:

    Third-country nationals may no longer enter the territory of the Grand Duchy until 30 June 2021 (inclusive). Details concerning these restrictions and the various exceptions are available on covid19.lu (ENFRDE — LU)

     

    Is a coronavirus test required? 

    From 29 January to 15 May 2021 included, all travellers from the age of 6 arriving by air transport to the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg are subject to the requirement for a pre-departure negative PCR test.
    The test must be taken less than 72 hours prior to departure.
    Accepted test: PCR, TMA, LAMP, Antigen

    The negative test result must be presented, if necessary along with a translation, either in one of the administrative languages (Luxembourgish, French, German) of Luxembourg or in English. Documents in Italian, Spanish or Portuguese are now also accepted.

    From 1 April 2021, persons travelling by air from a third country will no longer have to undergo an additional rapid antigen test upon arrival at Luxembourg airport.

    The obligation to present a negative test on boarding, and to submit to an additional test on arrival, also applies to persons residing in Australia, South Korea, New Zealand, Rwanda, Singapore and Thailand.

    The following persons are exempted from the testing obligation:

    • People on duty employed in the transport sector and passengers in transit from the airport;
    • Persons making a return journey by air, for less than 72 hours, from the Grand Duchy to a member of the Schengen area or the European Union, provided they have not left the Schengen area or the territory of the EU Member States during this period;
    • Members of the diplomatic corps, personnel of international organisations, personnel in the field of development cooperation and humanitarian aid and civil protection personnel in the exercise of their respective functions, provided that their stay in Luxembourg does not exceed 72 hours;
    • Persons who have had a recent SARS-CoV-2 infection within 3 months prior to travel and who have completed the applicable isolation period in the respective country with the disappearance of any symptoms of infection. These persons should present a medical certificate attesting to these facts, which allows them to embark for Luxembourg without undergoing a new nucleic acid amplification test of SARS-CoV-2 viral RNA or of a viral antigen test.

    Please note that the testing obligations applicable to all persons wishing to enter Luxembourg from a third country are in addition to the temporary restrictions already in place for non-essential travel to the EU.

    Is a quarantine required? 

    Entry to Luxembourg is not conditioned upon absolving a mandatory quarantine.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Luxembourg: In response to a sharp rise in the number of COVID-19 cases in Luxembourg, additional measures have been put in place to limit the spread of the virus. You must wear a face covering and observe the standard social distancing requirement when travelling through Luxembourg Airport (Findel). Your mask should not be removed during security control. Hand sanitiser is available throughout the terminal where hand washing is unavailable. Face coverings must be worn on public transport and in all indoor areas open to the public and where the public is circulating. Breaches of regulations can result in fines of up to €1,000.
    *Accommodation: There are no restrictions on booking hotel rooms or guesthouses. However, hotel or guesthouse bars and restaurants are closed to the public. Room service and take-away are available. Face coverings must be worn in public areas, and where the social distancing requirement cannot be met.
    *Public spaces and services: Face coverings must be worn in shops, supermarkets, exhibitions, and other places that are open to the public. The Luxembourg government has extended the curfew, and people are required to remain at home from 11pm to 6am. Outings during these hours are only permitted in certain specified circumstances; these can be accessed with further details on the Luxembourg government website. Restaurants and bars are closed to the public until 6 April 2021. Thereafter, restaurant terraces will be open for service between 6am-6pm under strict measures. Only two people will be permitted to sit at each table, unless they are from the same household, and tables will need to be 1.5 metres apart. Take-away, drive-through and home delivery services remain available. Other restrictions include limiting the additional number of people allowed at gatherings at home or private events to a maximum of two visitors, who must be from the same household. Gatherings of 4 to 10 people in a public space are allowed, subject to wearing of a mask. With some exceptions, gatherings of 10 to 100 people are allowed on condition that people are assigned seating, observe 2 metres distancing and wear a mask. The consumption of alcohol outdoors is prohibited. Cinemas, theatres and cultural events have reopened. Shops, hairdressers and beauticians are open. Indoor sports facilities, gyms, swimming pools and aquatic centres have reopened with strict hygiene restrictions in place. To find out more about local restrictions, please refer to the Luxembourg government website.

    Read more
    02.04.2021
  • Luxembourg Latest News: From 24 December, all airline passengers from the UK are required to have a negative COVID-19 test result. (Gov.Uk, 23.12.2020).

    International Restrictions:
    *From within the EU:

    Is a coronavirus test required? 

    All travellers arriving by air transport to the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg are subject to the requirement for a pre-departure negative PCR test.
    The test must be taken within 72 hours prior to departure.
    Accepted test: PCR, TMA, LAMP, Antigen

    Children aged 5 and under are exempted.

    The negative test result must be presented, if necessary along with a translation, either in one of the administrative languages (Luxembourgish, French, German) of Luxembourg or in English. Documents in Italian, Spanish and Portuguese are also accepted.

    The following persons are exempt from these obligations:

    • People on duty employed in the transport sector and passengers in transit from the airport;
    • Persons making a return journey by air, for less than 72 hours, from the Grand Duchy to a country which is a member of the Schengen area or the European Union, provided they have not left the Schengen area or the territory of the EU Member States during this period;
    • Members of the diplomatic corps, personnel of international organizations and persons invited by these international organizations whose physical presence is required for the proper functioning of these organizations, military personnel, personnel in the field of development cooperation and humanitarian aid, and civil protection personnel in the exercise of their respective functions, provided that their stay in Luxembourg does not exceed 72 hours;
    • Persons who have had a recent SARS-CoV-2 infection within 3 months prior to travel and who have completed the applicable isolation period in the respective country with the disappearance of any symptoms of infection. These persons may present a medical certificate attesting to these facts, which allows them to board a flight to Luxembourg without having to undergo a new nucleic acid amplification test of SARS-CoV-2 viral RNA or of a viral antigen test.
    •  

     

    Is a quarantine required? 

    Entry to Luxembourg is not conditioned to a mandatory quarantine.

     

    Mandatory Travel Documentation

    All passengers travelling by air are required to fill in a passenger locator form.

     

    Find out more:
    covid19.public.lu (ENFRDE — LU)

     

    Contact Point for Luxembourg:
    For important medical questions concerning COVID-19, the Health Helpline (247-65533) is available from Monday to Friday between 8:00 and 18:00; on weekends between 10:00 and 18:00. Additional hotlines and contacts are available (ENFRDE — LU).

    Documents you need to travel in Europe

    *Transit:

    As a general rule, passengers in transit in the EU+ area are exempted from temporary travel restriction.

    EU citizens entering the EU from a third country, as well as their family members, irrespective of their nationality, are exempted from the travel restrictions regardless of whether or not they are returning to their country of nationality or residence.

    Passengers travelling from a non-EU country to another non-EU country may transit through the international transit area of airports located in the Schengen area. Rules regarding airport transit visa requirements continue to apply.

    *From Third Countries:

    Third-country nationals may no longer enter the territory of the Grand Duchy until 31 March 2021 (inclusive).

    These travel restrictions are waived for people resident in the following third countries:

    • Australia
    • China, Hong Kong and Macao (subject to reciprocity at European Union level)
    • New Zealand
    • Ruanda
    • South Korea
    • Singapore 
    • Thailand

    The following categories of third-country nationals are also exempted: 

    1. Nationals of third countries who have long-term resident status in accordance with European Directive 2003/109/EC as well as any other person with a right of residence in accordance with European directives, and the national law of a Member State of the European Union and the countries associated with the Schengen area, or who hold a long-term national visa from one of the above-mentioned States;
    2. Health professionals, health researchers and professionals involved in the care of the elderly;
    3. Cross-border workers;
    4. Seasonal workers in agriculture;
    5. People employed in the transport sector;
    6. Members of the diplomatic corps, personnel of international organisations, military personnel, personnel in the field of development cooperation and humanitarian aid, and civil defence personnel in the exercise of their respective functions;
    7. Transit passengers;
    8. Passengers travelling for urgent and duly justified family reasons;
    9. Sailors;
    10. Persons wishing to apply for international protection;
    11. Third-country nationals travelling for study purposes;
    12. Highly qualified third-country workers if their employment is economically necessary and their work cannot be postponed or carried out from abroad.

    The persons referred to in points 8°, 10° and 11° of the categories of persons listed above must have a specific certificate. To this end, they must make an express request by e-mail to service.visas@mae.etat.lu. For further information please contact the Passport, Visa and Legalization Office by e-mail: service.visas@mae.etat.lu or by telephone: 247-88300.

     

    Is a coronavirus test required? 

    From 29 January until 31 March 2021 included, any person, regardless of their nationality, aged 6 or over, travelling by air transport to the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, must present a negative result (on paper or electronic document) of a nucleic acid amplification test of SARS-CoV-2 viral RNA (either by PCR, TMA or LAMP method) or of a viral antigen test (rapid test)

    The test should be carried out within 72 hours before take-off. The negative test result must be presented, if necessary along with a translation, either in one of the administrative languages (Luxembourgish, French, German) of Luxembourg or in English. Documents in Italian, Spanish or Portuguese are now also accepted.

    In addition, any person travelling by air from a third country will have to undergo an additional viral rapid antigen test on arrival at Luxembourg airport. This obligation also applies in the case of transit. 

    The obligation to present a negative test on boarding, and to submit to an additional test on arrival, also applies to persons residing in Australia, South Korea, New Zealand, Rwanda, Singapore and Thailand.

    The following persons are exempted from the testing obligation:

    • People on duty employed in the transport sector and passengers in transit from the airport;
    • Persons making a return journey by air, for less than 72 hours, from the Grand Duchy to a member of the Schengen area or the European Union, provided they have not left the Schengen area or the territory of the EU Member States during this period;
    • Members of the diplomatic corps, personnel of international organisations, personnel in the field of development cooperation and humanitarian aid and civil protection personnel in the exercise of their respective functions, provided that their stay in Luxembourg does not exceed 72 hours;
    • Persons who have had a recent SARS-CoV-2 infection within 3 months prior to travel and who have completed the applicable isolation period in the respective country with the disappearance of any symptoms of infection. These persons should present a medical certificate that allows them to embark for Luxembourg without undergoing a new nucleic acid amplification test of SARS-CoV-2 viral RNA or of a viral antigen test.

     

    Is a quarantine required? 

    If you choose not to take a rapid antigen test on arrival, you are required to undergo a 14-day quarantine, which can be terminated if a negative test result is provided during that time.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Luxembourg: In response to a sharp rise in the number of COVID-19 cases in Luxembourg, additional measures have been put in place to limit the spread of the virus. You must wear a face covering and observe the standard social distancing requirement when travelling through Luxembourg Airport (Findel). Your mask should not be removed during secgurity control. Hand sanitiser is available throughout the terminal where hand washing is unavailable. Face coverings must be worn on public transport and in all indoor areas open to the public and where the public is circulating. Breaches of regulations can result in fines of up to €1000.
    *Accommodation: There are no restrictions on booking hotel rooms or guesthouses. However, hotel or guesthouse bars and restaurants are closed to the public. Room service and take-away are available. Face coverings must be worn in public areas, and where the social distancing requirement cannot be met.
    *Public spaces and services: Face coverings must be worn in shops, supermarkets, exhibitions, and other places that are open to the public. The Luxembourg government has extended the curfew, and people are required to remain at home from 11pm to 6am. Outings during these hours are only permitted in certain specified circumstances; these can be accessed with further details on the Luxembourg government website.
    Restaurants and bars are closed to the public until 2 April 2021. Take-away, drive-through and home delivery services remain available. Other restrictions include limiting the additional number of people allowed at gatherings at home or private events to a maximum of two visitors, who must be from the same household. Gatherings of 4 to 10 people in a public space are allowed, subject to wearing of a mask. With some exceptions, gatherings of 10 to 100 people are allowed on condition that people are assigned seating, observe 2 metres distancing and wear a mask. The consumption of alcohol outdoors is prohibited. Cinemas, theatres and cultural events have reopened. Shops, hairdressers and beauticians are open. Indoor sports facilities, gyms, swimming pools and aquatic centres have reopened with strict hygiene restrictions in place. To find out more about local restrictions, please refer to the Luxembourg government website.

    Read more
    01.04.2021
  • Luxembourg Latest News: From 24 December, all airline passengers from the UK are required to have a negative COVID-19 test result. (Gov.Uk, 23.12.2020).

    International Restrictions:
    *From within the EU:

    Is a coronavirus test required? 

    All travellers arriving by air transport to the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg are subject to the requirement for a pre-departure negative PCR test.
    The test must be taken within 72 hours prior to departure.
    Accepted test: PCR, TMA, LAMP, Antigen

    Children aged 5 and under are exempted.

    The negative test result must be presented, if necessary along with a translation, either in one of the administrative languages (Luxembourgish, French, German) of Luxembourg or in English. Documents in Italian, Spanish and Portuguese are also accepted.

    The following persons are exempt from these obligations:

    • People on duty employed in the transport sector and passengers in transit from the airport;
    • Persons making a return journey by air, for less than 72 hours, from the Grand Duchy to a country which is a member of the Schengen area or the European Union, provided they have not left the Schengen area or the territory of the EU Member States during this period;
    • Members of the diplomatic corps, personnel of international organizations and persons invited by these international organizations whose physical presence is required for the proper functioning of these organizations, military personnel, personnel in the field of development cooperation and humanitarian aid, and civil protection personnel in the exercise of their respective functions, provided that their stay in Luxembourg does not exceed 72 hours;
    • Persons who have had a recent SARS-CoV-2 infection within 3 months prior to travel and who have completed the applicable isolation period in the respective country with the disappearance of any symptoms of infection. These persons may present a medical certificate attesting to these facts, which allows them to board a flight to Luxembourg without having to undergo a new nucleic acid amplification test of SARS-CoV-2 viral RNA or of a viral antigen test.
    •  

     

    Is a quarantine required? 

    Entry to Luxembourg is not conditioned to a mandatory quarantine.

     

    Mandatory Travel Documentation

    All passengers travelling by air are required to fill in a passenger locator form.

     

    Find out more:
    covid19.public.lu (ENFRDE — LU)

     

    Contact Point for Luxembourg:
    For important medical questions concerning COVID-19, the Health Helpline (247-65533) is available from Monday to Friday between 8:00 and 18:00; on weekends between 10:00 and 18:00. Additional hotlines and contacts are available (ENFRDE — LU).

    Documents you need to travel in Europe

    *Transit: As a general rule, passengers in transit in the EU+ area are exempted from temporary travel restriction. EU citizens entering the EU from a third country, as well as their family members, irrespective of their nationality, are exempted from the travel restrictions regardless of whether or not they are returning to their country of nationality or residence. Passengers travelling from a non-EU country to another non-EU country may transit through the international transit area of airports located in the Schengen area. Rules regarding airport transit visa requirements continue to apply.

    *From Third Countries:

    Third-country nationals may no longer enter the territory of the Grand Duchy until 31 March 2021 (inclusive).

    These travel restrictions are waived for people resident in the following third countries:

    • Australia
    • China, Hong Kong and Macao (subject to reciprocity at European Union level)
    • New Zealand
    • Ruanda
    • South Korea
    • Singapore 
    • Thailand

    The following categories of third-country nationals are also exempted: 

    1. Nationals of third countries who have long-term resident status in accordance with European Directive 2003/109/EC as well as any other person with a right of residence in accordance with European directives, and the national law of a Member State of the European Union and the countries associated with the Schengen area, or who hold a long-term national visa from one of the above-mentioned States;
    2. Health professionals, health researchers and professionals involved in the care of the elderly;
    3. Cross-border workers;
    4. Seasonal workers in agriculture;
    5. People employed in the transport sector;
    6. Members of the diplomatic corps, personnel of international organisations, military personnel, personnel in the field of development cooperation and humanitarian aid, and civil defence personnel in the exercise of their respective functions;
    7. Transit passengers;
    8. Passengers travelling for urgent and duly justified family reasons;
    9. Sailors;
    10. Persons wishing to apply for international protection;
    11. Third-country nationals travelling for study purposes;
    12. Highly qualified third-country workers if their employment is economically necessary and their work cannot be postponed or carried out from abroad.

    The persons referred to in points 8°, 10° and 11° of the categories of persons listed above must have a specific certificate. To this end, they must make an express request by e-mail to service.visas@mae.etat.lu. For further information please contact the Passport, Visa and Legalization Office by e-mail: service.visas@mae.etat.lu or by telephone: 247-88300.

     

    Is a coronavirus test required? 

    From 29 January until 31 March 2021 included, any person, regardless of their nationality, aged 6 or over, travelling by air transport to the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, must present a negative result (on paper or electronic document) of a nucleic acid amplification test of SARS-CoV-2 viral RNA (either by PCR, TMA or LAMP method) or of a viral antigen test (rapid test)

    The test should be carried out within 72 hours before take-off. The negative test result must be presented, if necessary along with a translation, either in one of the administrative languages (Luxembourgish, French, German) of Luxembourg or in English. Documents in Italian, Spanish or Portuguese are now also accepted.

    In addition, any person travelling by air from a third country will have to undergo an additional viral rapid antigen test on arrival at Luxembourg airport. This obligation also applies in the case of transit. 

    The obligation to present a negative test on boarding, and to submit to an additional test on arrival, also applies to persons residing in Australia, South Korea, New Zealand, Rwanda, Singapore and Thailand.

    The following persons are exempted from the testing obligation:

    • People on duty employed in the transport sector and passengers in transit from the airport;
    • Persons making a return journey by air, for less than 72 hours, from the Grand Duchy to a member of the Schengen area or the European Union, provided they have not left the Schengen area or the territory of the EU Member States during this period;
    • Members of the diplomatic corps, personnel of international organisations, personnel in the field of development cooperation and humanitarian aid and civil protection personnel in the exercise of their respective functions, provided that their stay in Luxembourg does not exceed 72 hours;
    • Persons who have had a recent SARS-CoV-2 infection within 3 months prior to travel and who have completed the applicable isolation period in the respective country with the disappearance of any symptoms of infection. These persons should present a medical certificate that allows them to embark for Luxembourg without undergoing a new nucleic acid amplification test of SARS-CoV-2 viral RNA or of a viral antigen test.

     

    Is a quarantine required? 

    If you choose not to take a rapid antigen test on arrival, you are required to undergo a 14-day quarantine, which can be terminated if a negative test result is provided during that time.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Luxembourg: In response to a sharp rise in the number of COVID-19 cases in Luxembourg, additional measures have been put in place to limit the spread of the virus. You must wear a face covering and observe the standard social distancing requirement when travelling through Luxembourg Airport (Findel). Your mask should not be removed during secgurity control. Hand sanitiser is available throughout the terminal where hand washing is unavailable. Face coverings must be worn on public transport and in all indoor areas open to the public and where the public is circulating. Breaches of regulations can result in fines of up to €1000.
    *Accommodation: There are no restrictions on booking hotel rooms or guesthouses. However, hotel or guesthouse bars and restaurants are closed to the public. Room service and take-away are available. Face coverings must be worn in public areas, and where the social distancing requirement cannot be met.
    *Public spaces and services: Face coverings must be worn in shops, supermarkets, exhibitions, and other places that are open to the public. The Luxembourg government has extended the curfew, and people are required to remain at home from 11pm to 6am. Outings during these hours are only permitted in certain specified circumstances; these can be accessed with further details on the Luxembourg government website.
    Restaurants and bars are closed to the public until 2 April 2021. Take-away, drive-through and home delivery services remain available. Other restrictions include limiting the additional number of people allowed at gatherings at home or private events to a maximum of two visitors, who must be from the same household. Gatherings of 4 to 10 people in a public space are allowed, subject to wearing of a mask. With some exceptions, gatherings of 10 to 100 people are allowed on condition that people are assigned seating, observe 2 metres distancing and wear a mask. The consumption of alcohol outdoors is prohibited. Cinemas, theatres and cultural events have reopened. Shops, hairdressers and beauticians are open. Indoor sports facilities, gyms, swimming pools and aquatic centres have reopened with strict hygiene restrictions in place. To find out more about local restrictions, please refer to the Luxembourg government website.

    Read more
    31.03.2021
  • Luxembourg Latest News: From 24 December, all airline passengers from the UK are required to have a negative COVID-19 test result. (Gov.Uk, 23.12.2020).

    International Restrictions:
    *From within the EU:

    Is a coronavirus test required? 

    All travellers arriving by air transport to the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg are subject to the requirement for a pre-departure negative PCR test.
    The test must be taken within 72 hours prior to departure.
    Accepted test: PCR, TMA, LAMP, Antigen

    Children aged 5 and under are exempted.

    The negative test result must be presented, if necessary along with a translation, either in one of the administrative languages (Luxembourgish, French, German) of Luxembourg or in English. Documents in Italian, Spanish and Portuguese are also accepted.

    The following persons are exempt from these obligations:

    • People on duty employed in the transport sector and passengers in transit from the airport;
    • Persons making a return journey by air, for less than 72 hours, from the Grand Duchy to a country which is a member of the Schengen area or the European Union, provided they have not left the Schengen area or the territory of the EU Member States during this period;
    • Members of the diplomatic corps, personnel of international organizations and persons invited by these international organizations whose physical presence is required for the proper functioning of these organizations, military personnel, personnel in the field of development cooperation and humanitarian aid, and civil protection personnel in the exercise of their respective functions, provided that their stay in Luxembourg does not exceed 72 hours;
    • Persons who have had a recent SARS-CoV-2 infection within 3 months prior to travel and who have completed the applicable isolation period in the respective country with the disappearance of any symptoms of infection. These persons may present a medical certificate attesting to these facts, which allows them to board a flight to Luxembourg without having to undergo a new nucleic acid amplification test of SARS-CoV-2 viral RNA or of a viral antigen test.
    •  

     

    Is a quarantine required? 

    Entry to Luxembourg is not conditioned to a mandatory quarantine.

     

    Mandatory Travel Documentation

    All passengers travelling by air are required to fill in a passenger locator form.

     

    Find out more:
    covid19.public.lu (ENFRDE — LU)

     

    Contact Point for Luxembourg:
    For important medical questions concerning COVID-19, the Health Helpline (247-65533) is available from Monday to Friday between 8:00 and 18:00; on weekends between 10:00 and 18:00. Additional hotlines and contacts are available (ENFRDE — LU).

    Documents you need to travel in Europe

    *Transit:

    As a general rule, passengers in transit in the EU+ area are exempted from temporary travel restriction.

    EU citizens entering the EU from a third country, as well as their family members, irrespective of their nationality, are exempted from the travel restrictions regardless of whether or not they are returning to their country of nationality or residence.

    Passengers travelling from a non-EU country to another non-EU country may transit through the international transit area of airports located in the Schengen area. Rules regarding airport transit visa requirements continue to apply.

    *From Third Countries:

    Third-country nationals may no longer enter the territory of the Grand Duchy until 31 March 2021 (inclusive).

    These travel restrictions are waived for people resident in the following third countries:

    • Australia
    • China, Hong Kong and Macao (subject to reciprocity at European Union level)
    • New Zealand
    • Ruanda
    • South Korea
    • Singapore 
    • Thailand

    The following categories of third-country nationals are also exempted: 

    1. Nationals of third countries who have long-term resident status in accordance with European Directive 2003/109/EC as well as any other person with a right of residence in accordance with European directives, and the national law of a Member State of the European Union and the countries associated with the Schengen area, or who hold a long-term national visa from one of the above-mentioned States;
    2. Health professionals, health researchers and professionals involved in the care of the elderly;
    3. Cross-border workers;
    4. Seasonal workers in agriculture;
    5. People employed in the transport sector;
    6. Members of the diplomatic corps, personnel of international organisations, military personnel, personnel in the field of development cooperation and humanitarian aid, and civil defence personnel in the exercise of their respective functions;
    7. Transit passengers;
    8. Passengers travelling for urgent and duly justified family reasons;
    9. Sailors;
    10. Persons wishing to apply for international protection;
    11. Third-country nationals travelling for study purposes;
    12. Highly qualified third-country workers if their employment is economically necessary and their work cannot be postponed or carried out from abroad.

    The persons referred to in points 8°, 10° and 11° of the categories of persons listed above must have a specific certificate. To this end, they must make an express request by e-mail to service.visas@mae.etat.lu. For further information please contact the Passport, Visa and Legalization Office by e-mail: service.visas@mae.etat.lu or by telephone: 247-88300.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Luxembourg: In response to a sharp rise in the number of COVID-19 cases in Luxembourg, additional measures have been put in place to limit the spread of the virus. You must wear a face covering and observe the standard social distancing requirement when travelling through Luxembourg Airport (Findel). Your mask should not be removed during secgurity control. Hand sanitiser is available throughout the terminal where hand washing is unavailable. Face coverings must be worn on public transport and in all indoor areas open to the public and where the public is circulating. Breaches of regulations can result in fines of up to €1000.
    *Accommodation: There are no restrictions on booking hotel rooms or guesthouses. However, hotel or guesthouse bars and restaurants are closed to the public. Room service and take-away are available. Face coverings must be worn in public areas, and where the social distancing requirement cannot be met.
    *Public spaces and services: Face coverings must be worn in shops, supermarkets, exhibitions, and other places that are open to the public. The Luxembourg government has extended the curfew, and people are required to remain at home from 11pm to 6am. Outings during these hours are only permitted in certain specified circumstances; these can be accessed with further details on the Luxembourg government website.
    Restaurants and bars are closed to the public until 2 April 2021. Take-away, drive-through and home delivery services remain available. Other restrictions include limiting the additional number of people allowed at gatherings at home or private events to a maximum of two visitors, who must be from the same household. Gatherings of 4 to 10 people in a public space are allowed, subject to wearing of a mask. With some exceptions, gatherings of 10 to 100 people are allowed on condition that people are assigned seating, observe 2 metres distancing and wear a mask. The consumption of alcohol outdoors is prohibited. Cinemas, theatres and cultural events have reopened. Shops, hairdressers and beauticians are open. Indoor sports facilities, gyms, swimming pools and aquatic centres have reopened with strict hygiene restrictions in place. To find out more about local restrictions, please refer to the Luxembourg government website.

    Read more
    30.03.2021
  • Luxembourg Latest News: From 24 December, all airline passengers from the UK are required to have a negative COVID-19 test result. (Gov.Uk, 23.12.2020).

    International Restrictions:
    *From within the EU:

    Is a coronavirus test required? 

    All travellers arriving by air transport to the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg are subject to the requirement for a pre-departure negative PCR test.
    The test must be taken within 72 hours prior to departure.
    Accepted test: PCR, TMA, LAMP, Antigen

    Children aged 5 and under are exempted.

    The negative test result must be presented, if necessary along with a translation, either in one of the administrative languages (Luxembourgish, French, German) of Luxembourg or in English. Documents in Italian, Spanish and Portuguese are also accepted.

    The following persons are exempt from these obligations:

    • People on duty employed in the transport sector and passengers in transit from the airport;
    • Persons making a return journey by air, for less than 72 hours, from the Grand Duchy to a country which is a member of the Schengen area or the European Union, provided they have not left the Schengen area or the territory of the EU Member States during this period;
    • Members of the diplomatic corps, personnel of international organizations and persons invited by these international organizations whose physical presence is required for the proper functioning of these organizations, military personnel, personnel in the field of development cooperation and humanitarian aid, and civil protection personnel in the exercise of their respective functions, provided that their stay in Luxembourg does not exceed 72 hours;
    • Persons who have had a recent SARS-CoV-2 infection within 3 months prior to travel and who have completed the applicable isolation period in the respective country with the disappearance of any symptoms of infection. These persons may present a medical certificate attesting to these facts, which allows them to board a flight to Luxembourg without having to undergo a new nucleic acid amplification test of SARS-CoV-2 viral RNA or of a viral antigen test.
    •  

     

    Is a quarantine required? 

    Entry to Luxembourg is not conditioned to a mandatory quarantine.

     

    Mandatory Travel Documentation

    All passengers travelling by air are required to fill in a passenger locator form.

     

    Find out more:
    covid19.public.lu (ENFRDE — LU)

     

    Contact Point for Luxembourg:
    For important medical questions concerning COVID-19, the Health Helpline (247-65533) is available from Monday to Friday between 8:00 and 18:00; on weekends between 10:00 and 18:00. Additional hotlines and contacts are available (ENFRDE — LU).

    Documents you need to travel in Europe

    *Transit:

    As a general rule, passengers in transit in the EU+ area are exempted from temporary travel restriction.

    EU citizens entering the EU from a third country, as well as their family members, irrespective of their nationality, are exempted from the travel restrictions regardless of whether or not they are returning to their country of nationality or residence.

    Passengers travelling from a non-EU country to another non-EU country may transit through the international transit area of airports located in the Schengen area. Rules regarding airport transit visa requirements continue to apply.

    *From Third Countries:

    Third-country nationals may no longer enter the territory of the Grand Duchy until 31 March 2021 (inclusive).

    These travel restrictions are waived for people resident in the following third countries:

    • Australia
    • China, Hong Kong and Macao (subject to reciprocity at European Union level)
    • New Zealand
    • Ruanda
    • South Korea
    • Singapore 
    • Thailand

    The following categories of third-country nationals are also exempted: 

    1. Nationals of third countries who have long-term resident status in accordance with European Directive 2003/109/EC as well as any other person with a right of residence in accordance with European directives, and the national law of a Member State of the European Union and the countries associated with the Schengen area, or who hold a long-term national visa from one of the above-mentioned States;
    2. Health professionals, health researchers and professionals involved in the care of the elderly;
    3. Cross-border workers;
    4. Seasonal workers in agriculture;
    5. People employed in the transport sector;
    6. Members of the diplomatic corps, personnel of international organisations, military personnel, personnel in the field of development cooperation and humanitarian aid, and civil defence personnel in the exercise of their respective functions;
    7. Transit passengers;
    8. Passengers travelling for urgent and duly justified family reasons;
    9. Sailors;
    10. Persons wishing to apply for international protection;
    11. Third-country nationals travelling for study purposes;
    12. Highly qualified third-country workers if their employment is economically necessary and their work cannot be postponed or carried out from abroad.

    The persons referred to in points 8°, 10° and 11° of the categories of persons listed above must have a specific certificate. To this end, they must make an express request by e-mail to service.visas@mae.etat.lu. For further information please contact the Passport, Visa and Legalization Office by e-mail: service.visas@mae.etat.lu or by telephone: 247-88300.

     

    Is a coronavirus test required? 

    From 29 January until 31 March 2021 included, any person, regardless of their nationality, aged 6 or over, travelling by air transport to the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, must present a negative result (on paper or electronic document) of a nucleic acid amplification test of SARS-CoV-2 viral RNA (either by PCR, TMA or LAMP method) or of a viral antigen test (rapid test)

    The test should be carried out within 72 hours before take-off. The negative test result must be presented, if necessary along with a translation, either in one of the administrative languages (Luxembourgish, French, German) of Luxembourg or in English. Documents in Italian, Spanish or Portuguese are now also accepted.

    In addition, any person travelling by air from a third country will have to undergo an additional viral rapid antigen test on arrival at Luxembourg airport. This obligation also applies in the case of transit. 

    The obligation to present a negative test on boarding, and to submit to an additional test on arrival, also applies to persons residing in Australia, South Korea, New Zealand, Rwanda, Singapore and Thailand.

    The following persons are exempted from the testing obligation:

    • People on duty employed in the transport sector and passengers in transit from the airport;
    • Persons making a return journey by air, for less than 72 hours, from the Grand Duchy to a member of the Schengen area or the European Union, provided they have not left the Schengen area or the territory of the EU Member States during this period;
    • Members of the diplomatic corps, personnel of international organisations, personnel in the field of development cooperation and humanitarian aid and civil protection personnel in the exercise of their respective functions, provided that their stay in Luxembourg does not exceed 72 hours;
    • Persons who have had a recent SARS-CoV-2 infection within 3 months prior to travel and who have completed the applicable isolation period in the respective country with the disappearance of any symptoms of infection. These persons should present a medical certificate that allows them to embark for Luxembourg without undergoing a new nucleic acid amplification test of SARS-CoV-2 viral RNA or of a viral antigen test.

     

    Is a quarantine required? 

    If you choose not to take a rapid antigen test on arrival, you are required to undergo a 14-day quarantine, which can be terminated if a negative test result is provided during that time.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Luxembourg: In response to a sharp rise in the number of COVID-19 cases in Luxembourg, additional measures have been put in place to limit the spread of the virus. You must wear a face covering and observe the standard social distancing requirement when travelling through Luxembourg Airport (Findel). Your mask should not be removed during secgurity control. Hand sanitiser is available throughout the terminal where hand washing is unavailable. Face coverings must be worn on public transport and in all indoor areas open to the public and where the public is circulating. Breaches of regulations can result in fines of up to €1000.
    *Accommodation: There are no restrictions on booking hotel rooms or guesthouses. However, hotel or guesthouse bars and restaurants are closed to the public. Room service and take-away are available. Face coverings must be worn in public areas, and where the social distancing requirement cannot be met.
    *Public spaces and services: Face coverings must be worn in shops, supermarkets, exhibitions, and other places that are open to the public. The Luxembourg government has extended the curfew, and people are required to remain at home from 11pm to 6am. Outings during these hours are only permitted in certain specified circumstances; these can be accessed with further details on the Luxembourg government website.
    Restaurants and bars are closed to the public until 2 April 2021. Take-away, drive-through and home delivery services remain available. Other restrictions include limiting the additional number of people allowed at gatherings at home or private events to a maximum of two visitors, who must be from the same household. Gatherings of 4 to 10 people in a public space are allowed, subject to wearing of a mask. With some exceptions, gatherings of 10 to 100 people are allowed on condition that people are assigned seating, observe 2 metres distancing and wear a mask. The consumption of alcohol outdoors is prohibited. Cinemas, theatres and cultural events have reopened. Shops, hairdressers and beauticians are open. Indoor sports facilities, gyms, swimming pools and aquatic centres have reopened with strict hygiene restrictions in place. To find out more about local restrictions, please refer to the Luxembourg government website.

    Read more
    29.03.2021
  • Luxembourg Latest News: From 24 December, all airline passengers from the UK are required to have a negative COVID-19 test result. (Gov.Uk, 23.12.2020).

    International Restrictions:
    *From within the EU:

    Is a coronavirus test required? 

    Yes, from 29 January until 31 March 2021 included, any person, regardless of nationality, aged 6 or over, travelling by air transport to the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, must present a negative result (on paper or electronic document) of a nucleic acid amplification test of SARS-CoV-2 viral RNA (either by PCR, TMA or LAMP method) or of a viral antigen test (rapid test) This obligation does not apply to travel by land.

    The test should be carried out within 72 hours of take-off. The negative test result must be presented, if necessary along with a translation, either in one of the administrative languages (Luxembourgish, French, German) of Luxembourg or in English. Documents in Italian, Spanish or Portuguese are now also accepted.

    The following persons are exempt from these obligations:

    • People on duty employed in the transport sector and passengers in transit from the airport;
    • Persons making a return journey by air, for less than 72 hours, from the Grand Duchy to a country which is a member of the Schengen area or the European Union, provided they have not left the Schengen area or the territory of the EU Member States during this period;
    • Members of the diplomatic corps, personnel of international organizations and persons invited by these international organizations whose physical presence is required for the proper functioning of these organizations, military personnel, personnel in the field of development cooperation and humanitarian aid, and civil protection personnel in the exercise of their respective functions, provided that their stay in Luxembourg does not exceed 72 hours;
    • Persons who have had a recent SARS-CoV-2 infection within 3 months prior to travel and who have completed the applicable isolation period in the respective country with the disappearance of any symptoms of infection. These persons may present a medical certificate attesting to these facts, which allows them to board a flight to Luxembourg without having to undergo a new nucleic acid amplification test of SARS-CoV-2 viral RNA or of a viral antigen test.
    •  

     

    Is a quarantine required? 

    Entry to Luxembourg is not conditioned to a mandatory quarantine.

     

    Mandatory Travel Documentation

    All passengers travelling by air are required to fill in a passenger locator form.

     

    Find out more:

    covid19.public.lu (ENFRDE — LU)

     

    Contact Point for Luxembourg: 

    For important medical questions concerning COVID-19, the Health Helpline (247-65533) is available from Monday to Friday between 8:00 and 18:00; on weekends between 10:00 and 18:00. Additional hotlines and contacts are available (ENFRDE — LU).

    Documents you need to travel in Europe

    *Transit:

    As a general rule, passengers in transit in the EU+ area are exempted from temporary travel restriction.

    EU citizens entering the EU from a third country, as well as their family members, irrespective of their nationality, are exempted from the travel restrictions regardless of whether or not they are returning to their country of nationality or residence.

    Passengers travelling from a non-EU country to another non-EU country may transit through the international transit area of airports located in the Schengen area. Rules regarding airport transit visa requirements continue to apply.

    *From Third Countries:

    Third-country nationals may no longer enter the territory of the Grand Duchy until 31 March 2021 (inclusive).

    These travel restrictions are waived for people resident in the following third countries:

    • Australia
    • China, Hong Kong and Macao (subject to reciprocity at European Union level)
    • New Zealand
    • Ruanda
    • South Korea
    • Singapore 
    • Thailand

    The following categories of third-country nationals are also exempted: 

    1. Nationals of third countries who have long-term resident status in accordance with European Directive 2003/109/EC as well as any other person with a right of residence in accordance with European directives, and the national law of a Member State of the European Union and the countries associated with the Schengen area, or who hold a long-term national visa from one of the above-mentioned States;
    2. Health professionals, health researchers and professionals involved in the care of the elderly;
    3. Cross-border workers;
    4. Seasonal workers in agriculture;
    5. People employed in the transport sector;
    6. Members of the diplomatic corps, personnel of international organisations, military personnel, personnel in the field of development cooperation and humanitarian aid, and civil defence personnel in the exercise of their respective functions;
    7. Transit passengers;
    8. Passengers travelling for urgent and duly justified family reasons;
    9. Sailors;
    10. Persons wishing to apply for international protection;
    11. Third-country nationals travelling for study purposes;
    12. Highly qualified third-country workers if their employment is economically necessary and their work cannot be postponed or carried out from abroad.

    The persons referred to in points 8°, 10° and 11° of the categories of persons listed above must have a specific certificate. To this end, they must make an express request by e-mail to service.visas@mae.etat.lu. For further information please contact the Passport, Visa and Legalization Office by e-mail: service.visas@mae.etat.lu or by telephone: 247-88300.

     

    Is a coronavirus test required? 

    From 29 January until 31 March 2021 included, any person, regardless of their nationality, aged 6 or over, travelling by air transport to the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, must present a negative result (on paper or electronic document) of a nucleic acid amplification test of SARS-CoV-2 viral RNA (either by PCR, TMA or LAMP method) or of a viral antigen test (rapid test)

    The test should be carried out within 72 hours before take-off. The negative test result must be presented, if necessary along with a translation, either in one of the administrative languages (Luxembourgish, French, German) of Luxembourg or in English. Documents in Italian, Spanish or Portuguese are now also accepted.

    In addition, any person travelling by air from a third country will have to undergo an additional viral rapid antigen test on arrival at Luxembourg airport. This obligation also applies in the case of transit. 

    The obligation to present a negative test on boarding, and to submit to an additional test on arrival, also applies to persons residing in Australia, South Korea, New Zealand, Rwanda, Singapore and Thailand.

    The following persons are exempted from the testing obligation:

    • People on duty employed in the transport sector and passengers in transit from the airport;
    • Persons making a return journey by air, for less than 72 hours, from the Grand Duchy to a member of the Schengen area or the European Union, provided they have not left the Schengen area or the territory of the EU Member States during this period;
    • Members of the diplomatic corps, personnel of international organisations, personnel in the field of development cooperation and humanitarian aid and civil protection personnel in the exercise of their respective functions, provided that their stay in Luxembourg does not exceed 72 hours;
    • Persons who have had a recent SARS-CoV-2 infection within 3 months prior to travel and who have completed the applicable isolation period in the respective country with the disappearance of any symptoms of infection. These persons should present a medical certificate that allows them to embark for Luxembourg without undergoing a new nucleic acid amplification test of SARS-CoV-2 viral RNA or of a viral antigen test.

     

    Is a quarantine required? 

    If you choose not to take a rapid antigen test on arrival, you are required to undergo a 14-day quarantine, which can be terminated if a negative test result is provided during that time.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Luxembourg: In response to a sharp rise in the number of COVID-19 cases in Luxembourg, additional measures have been put in place to limit the spread of the virus. You must wear a face covering and observe the standard social distancing requirement when travelling through Luxembourg Airport (Findel). Your mask should not be removed during secgurity control. Hand sanitiser is available throughout the terminal where hand washing is unavailable. Face coverings must be worn on public transport and in all indoor areas open to the public and where the public is circulating. Breaches of regulations can result in fines of up to €1000.
    *Accommodation: There are no restrictions on booking hotel rooms or guesthouses. However, hotel or guesthouse bars and restaurants are closed to the public. Room service and take-away are available. Face coverings must be worn in public areas, and where the social distancing requirement cannot be met.
    *Public spaces and services: Face coverings must be worn in shops, supermarkets, exhibitions, and other places that are open to the public. The Luxembourg government has extended the curfew, and people are required to remain at home from 11pm to 6am. Outings during these hours are only permitted in certain specified circumstances; these can be accessed with further details on the Luxembourg government website.
    Restaurants and bars are closed to the public until 2 April 2021. Take-away, drive-through and home delivery services remain available. Other restrictions include limiting the additional number of people allowed at gatherings at home or private events to a maximum of two visitors, who must be from the same household. Gatherings of 4 to 10 people in a public space are allowed, subject to wearing of a mask. With some exceptions, gatherings of 10 to 100 people are allowed on condition that people are assigned seating, observe 2 metres distancing and wear a mask. The consumption of alcohol outdoors is prohibited. Cinemas, theatres and cultural events have reopened. Shops, hairdressers and beauticians are open. Indoor sports facilities, gyms, swimming pools and aquatic centres have reopened with strict hygiene restrictions in place. To find out more about local restrictions, please refer to the Luxembourg government website.

    Read more
    26.03.2021
  • Luxembourg Latest News: From 24 December, all airline passengers from the UK are required to have a negative COVID-19 test result. (Gov.Uk, 23.12.2020).

    International Restrictions:
    *From within the EU:

    Is a coronavirus test required? 

    Yes, from 29 January until 31 March 2021 included, any person, regardless of nationality, aged 6 or over, travelling by air transport to the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, must present a negative result (on paper or electronic document) of a nucleic acid amplification test of SARS-CoV-2 viral RNA (either by PCR, TMA or LAMP method) or of a viral antigen test (rapid test) This obligation does not apply to travel by land.

    The test should be carried out within 72 hours of take-off. The negative test result must be presented, if necessary along with a translation, either in one of the administrative languages (Luxembourgish, French, German) of Luxembourg or in English. Documents in Italian, Spanish or Portuguese are now also accepted.

    The following persons are exempt from these obligations:

    • People on duty employed in the transport sector and passengers in transit from the airport;
    • Persons making a return journey by air, for less than 72 hours, from the Grand Duchy to a country which is a member of the Schengen area or the European Union, provided they have not left the Schengen area or the territory of the EU Member States during this period;
    • Members of the diplomatic corps, personnel of international organizations and persons invited by these international organizations whose physical presence is required for the proper functioning of these organizations, military personnel, personnel in the field of development cooperation and humanitarian aid, and civil protection personnel in the exercise of their respective functions, provided that their stay in Luxembourg does not exceed 72 hours;
    • Persons who have had a recent SARS-CoV-2 infection within 3 months prior to travel and who have completed the applicable isolation period in the respective country with the disappearance of any symptoms of infection. These persons may present a medical certificate attesting to these facts, which allows them to board a flight to Luxembourg without having to undergo a new nucleic acid amplification test of SARS-CoV-2 viral RNA or of a viral antigen test.
    •  

     

    Is a quarantine required? 

    Entry to Luxembourg is not conditioned to a mandatory quarantine.

     

    Mandatory Travel Documentation

    All passengers travelling by air are required to fill in a passenger locator form.

     

    Find out more:

    covid19.public.lu (ENFRDE — LU)

     

    Contact Point for Luxembourg: 

    For important medical questions concerning COVID-19, the Health Helpline (247-65533) is available from Monday to Friday between 8:00 and 18:00; on weekends between 10:00 and 18:00. Additional hotlines and contacts are available (ENFRDE — LU).

    Documents you need to travel in Europe

    *Transit:

    As a general rule, passengers in transit in the EU+ area are exempted from temporary travel restriction.

    EU citizens entering the EU from a third country, as well as their family members, irrespective of their nationality, are exempted from the travel restrictions regardless of whether or not they are returning to their country of nationality or residence.

    Passengers travelling from a non-EU country to another non-EU country may transit through the international transit area of airports located in the Schengen area. Rules regarding airport transit visa requirements continue to apply.

    *From Third Countries:

    Third-country nationals may no longer enter the territory of the Grand Duchy until 31 March 2021 (inclusive).

    These travel restrictions are waived for people resident in the following third countries:

    • Australia
    • China, Hong Kong and Macao (subject to reciprocity at European Union level)
    • New Zealand
    • Ruanda
    • South Korea
    • Singapore 
    • Thailand

    The following categories of third-country nationals are also exempted: 

    1. Nationals of third countries who have long-term resident status in accordance with European Directive 2003/109/EC as well as any other person with a right of residence in accordance with European directives, and the national law of a Member State of the European Union and the countries associated with the Schengen area, or who hold a long-term national visa from one of the above-mentioned States;
    2. Health professionals, health researchers and professionals involved in the care of the elderly;
    3. Cross-border workers;
    4. Seasonal workers in agriculture;
    5. People employed in the transport sector;
    6. Members of the diplomatic corps, personnel of international organisations, military personnel, personnel in the field of development cooperation and humanitarian aid, and civil defence personnel in the exercise of their respective functions;
    7. Transit passengers;
    8. Passengers travelling for urgent and duly justified family reasons;
    9. Sailors;
    10. Persons wishing to apply for international protection;
    11. Third-country nationals travelling for study purposes;
    12. Highly qualified third-country workers if their employment is economically necessary and their work cannot be postponed or carried out from abroad.

    The persons referred to in points 8°, 10° and 11° of the categories of persons listed above must have a specific certificate. To this end, they must make an express request by e-mail to service.visas@mae.etat.lu. For further information please contact the Passport, Visa and Legalization Office by e-mail: service.visas@mae.etat.lu or by telephone: 247-88300.

     

    Is a coronavirus test required? 

    From 29 January until 31 March 2021 included, any person, regardless of their nationality, aged 6 or over, travelling by air transport to the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, must present a negative result (on paper or electronic document) of a nucleic acid amplification test of SARS-CoV-2 viral RNA (either by PCR, TMA or LAMP method) or of a viral antigen test (rapid test)

    The test should be carried out within 72 hours before take-off. The negative test result must be presented, if necessary along with a translation, either in one of the administrative languages (Luxembourgish, French, German) of Luxembourg or in English. Documents in Italian, Spanish or Portuguese are now also accepted.

    In addition, any person travelling by air from a third country will have to undergo an additional viral rapid antigen test on arrival at Luxembourg airport. This obligation also applies in the case of transit. 

    The obligation to present a negative test on boarding, and to submit to an additional test on arrival, also applies to persons residing in Australia, South Korea, New Zealand, Rwanda, Singapore and Thailand.

    The following persons are exempted from the testing obligation:

    • People on duty employed in the transport sector and passengers in transit from the airport;
    • Persons making a return journey by air, for less than 72 hours, from the Grand Duchy to a member of the Schengen area or the European Union, provided they have not left the Schengen area or the territory of the EU Member States during this period;
    • Members of the diplomatic corps, personnel of international organisations, personnel in the field of development cooperation and humanitarian aid and civil protection personnel in the exercise of their respective functions, provided that their stay in Luxembourg does not exceed 72 hours;
    • Persons who have had a recent SARS-CoV-2 infection within 3 months prior to travel and who have completed the applicable isolation period in the respective country with the disappearance of any symptoms of infection. These persons should present a medical certificate that allows them to embark for Luxembourg without undergoing a new nucleic acid amplification test of SARS-CoV-2 viral RNA or of a viral antigen test.

     

    Is a quarantine required? 

    If you choose not to take a rapid antigen test on arrival, you are required to undergo a 14-day quarantine, which can be terminated if a negative test result is provided during that time.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Luxembourg: In response to a sharp rise in the number of COVID-19 cases in Luxembourg, additional measures have been put in place to limit the spread of the virus. You must wear a face covering and observe the standard social distancing requirement when travelling through Luxembourg Airport (Findel). Your mask should not be removed during secgurity control. Hand sanitiser is available throughout the terminal where hand washing is unavailable. Face coverings must be worn on public transport and in all indoor areas open to the public and where the public is circulating. Breaches of regulations can result in fines of up to €1000.
    *Accommodation: There are no restrictions on booking hotel rooms or guesthouses. However, hotel or guesthouse bars and restaurants are closed to the public. Room service and take-away are available. Face coverings must be worn in public areas, and where the social distancing requirement cannot be met.
    *Public spaces and services: Face coverings must be worn in shops, supermarkets, exhibitions, and other places that are open to the public. The Luxembourg government has extended the curfew, and people are required to remain at home from 11pm to 6am. Outings during these hours are only permitted in certain specified circumstances; these can be accessed with further details on the Luxembourg government website.
    Restaurants and bars are closed to the public until 2 April 2021. Take-away, drive-through and home delivery services remain available. Other restrictions include limiting the additional number of people allowed at gatherings at home or private events to a maximum of two visitors, who must be from the same household. Gatherings of 4 to 10 people in a public space are allowed, subject to wearing of a mask. With some exceptions, gatherings of 10 to 100 people are allowed on condition that people are assigned seating, observe 2 metres distancing and wear a mask. The consumption of alcohol outdoors is prohibited. Cinemas, theatres and cultural events have reopened. Shops, hairdressers and beauticians are open. Indoor sports facilities, gyms, swimming pools and aquatic centres have reopened with strict hygiene restrictions in place. To find out more about local restrictions, please refer to the Luxembourg government website.

    Read more
    23.03.2021
  • Luxembourg Latest News: From 24 December, all airline passengers from the UK are required to have a negative COVID-19 test result. (Gov.Uk, 23.12.2020).

    International Restrictions:
    *From within the EU:

    Is a coronavirus test required? 

    Yes, from 29 January until 31 March 2021 included, any person, regardless of nationality, aged 6 or over, travelling by air transport to the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, must present a negative result (on paper or electronic document) of a nucleic acid amplification test of SARS-CoV-2 viral RNA (either by PCR, TMA or LAMP method) or of a viral antigen test (rapid test) This obligation does not apply to travel by land.

    The test should be carried out within 72 hours of take-off. The negative test result must be presented, if necessary along with a translation, either in one of the administrative languages (Luxembourgish, French, German) of Luxembourg or in English. Documents in Italian, Spanish or Portuguese are now also accepted.

    The following persons are exempt from these obligations:

    • People on duty employed in the transport sector and passengers in transit from the airport;
    • Persons making a return journey by air, for less than 72 hours, from the Grand Duchy to a country which is a member of the Schengen area or the European Union, provided they have not left the Schengen area or the territory of the EU Member States during this period;
    • Members of the diplomatic corps, personnel of international organizations and persons invited by these international organizations whose physical presence is required for the proper functioning of these organizations, military personnel, personnel in the field of development cooperation and humanitarian aid, and civil protection personnel in the exercise of their respective functions, provided that their stay in Luxembourg does not exceed 72 hours;
    • Persons who have had a recent SARS-CoV-2 infection within 3 months prior to travel and who have completed the applicable isolation period in the respective country with the disappearance of any symptoms of infection. These persons may present a medical certificate attesting to these facts, which allows them to board a flight to Luxembourg without having to undergo a new nucleic acid amplification test of SARS-CoV-2 viral RNA or of a viral antigen test.
    •  

     

    Is a quarantine required? 

    Entry to Luxembourg is not conditioned to a mandatory quarantine.

     

    Mandatory Travel Documentation

    All passengers travelling by air are required to fill in a passenger locator form.

     

    Find out more:

    covid19.public.lu (ENFRDE — LU)

     

    Contact Point for Luxembourg: 

    For important medical questions concerning COVID-19, the Health Helpline (247-65533) is available from Monday to Friday between 8:00 and 18:00; on weekends between 10:00 and 18:00. Additional hotlines and contacts are available (ENFRDE — LU).

    Documents you need to travel in Europe

    *Transit:

    As a general rule, passengers in transit in the EU+ area are exempted from temporary travel restriction.

    EU citizens entering the EU from a third country, as well as their family members, irrespective of their nationality, are exempted from the travel restrictions regardless of whether or not they are returning to their country of nationality or residence.

    Passengers travelling from a non-EU country to another non-EU country may transit through the international transit area of airports located in the Schengen area. Rules regarding airport transit visa requirements continue to apply.

    *From Third Countries:

    Third-country nationals may no longer enter the territory of the Grand Duchy until 31 March 2021 (inclusive).

    These travel restrictions are waived for people resident in the following third countries:

    • Australia
    • China, Hong Kong and Macao (subject to reciprocity at European Union level)
    • New Zealand
    • Ruanda
    • South Korea
    • Singapore 
    • Thailand

    The following categories of third-country nationals are also exempted: 

    1. Nationals of third countries who have long-term resident status in accordance with European Directive 2003/109/EC as well as any other person with a right of residence in accordance with European directives, and the national law of a Member State of the European Union and the countries associated with the Schengen area, or who hold a long-term national visa from one of the above-mentioned States;
    2. Health professionals, health researchers and professionals involved in the care of the elderly;
    3. Cross-border workers;
    4. Seasonal workers in agriculture;
    5. People employed in the transport sector;
    6. Members of the diplomatic corps, personnel of international organisations, military personnel, personnel in the field of development cooperation and humanitarian aid, and civil defence personnel in the exercise of their respective functions;
    7. Transit passengers;
    8. Passengers travelling for urgent and duly justified family reasons;
    9. Sailors;
    10. Persons wishing to apply for international protection;
    11. Third-country nationals travelling for study purposes;
    12. Highly qualified third-country workers if their employment is economically necessary and their work cannot be postponed or carried out from abroad.

    The persons referred to in points 8°, 10° and 11° of the categories of persons listed above must have a specific certificate. To this end, they must make an express request by e-mail to service.visas@mae.etat.lu. For further information please contact the Passport, Visa and Legalization Office by e-mail: service.visas@mae.etat.lu or by telephone: 247-88300.

     

    Is a coronavirus test required? 

    From 29 January until 31 March 2021 included, any person, regardless of their nationality, aged 6 or over, travelling by air transport to the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, must present a negative result (on paper or electronic document) of a nucleic acid amplification test of SARS-CoV-2 viral RNA (either by PCR, TMA or LAMP method) or of a viral antigen test (rapid test)

    The test should be carried out within 72 hours before take-off. The negative test result must be presented, if necessary along with a translation, either in one of the administrative languages (Luxembourgish, French, German) of Luxembourg or in English. Documents in Italian, Spanish or Portuguese are now also accepted.

    In addition, any person travelling by air from a third country will have to undergo an additional viral rapid antigen test on arrival at Luxembourg airport. This obligation also applies in the case of transit. 

    The obligation to present a negative test on boarding, and to submit to an additional test on arrival, also applies to persons residing in Australia, South Korea, New Zealand, Rwanda, Singapore and Thailand.

    The following persons are exempted from the testing obligation:

    • People on duty employed in the transport sector and passengers in transit from the airport;
    • Persons making a return journey by air, for less than 72 hours, from the Grand Duchy to a member of the Schengen area or the European Union, provided they have not left the Schengen area or the territory of the EU Member States during this period;
    • Members of the diplomatic corps, personnel of international organisations, personnel in the field of development cooperation and humanitarian aid and civil protection personnel in the exercise of their respective functions, provided that their stay in Luxembourg does not exceed 72 hours;
    • Persons who have had a recent SARS-CoV-2 infection within 3 months prior to travel and who have completed the applicable isolation period in the respective country with the disappearance of any symptoms of infection. These persons should present a medical certificate that allows them to embark for Luxembourg without undergoing a new nucleic acid amplification test of SARS-CoV-2 viral RNA or of a viral antigen test.

     

    Is a quarantine required? 

    If you choose not to take a rapid antigen test on arrival, you are required to undergo a 14-day quarantine, which can be terminated if a negative test result is provided during that time.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Luxembourg: In response to a sharp rise in the number of COVID-19 cases in Luxembourg, additional measures have been put in place to limit the spread of the virus. You must wear a face covering and observe the standard social distancing requirement when travelling through Luxembourg Airport (Findel). Your mask should not be removed during secgurity control. Hand sanitiser is available throughout the terminal where hand washing is unavailable. Face coverings must be worn on public transport and in all indoor areas open to the public and where the public is circulating. Breaches of regulations can result in fines of up to €1000.
    *Accommodation: There are no restrictions on booking hotel rooms or guesthouses. However, hotel or guesthouse bars and restaurants are closed to the public. Room service and take-away are available. Face coverings must be worn in public areas, and where the social distancing requirement cannot be met.
    *Public spaces and services: Face coverings must be worn in shops, supermarkets, exhibitions, and other places that are open to the public. The Luxembourg government has extended the curfew, and people are required to remain at home from 11pm to 6am. Outings during these hours are only permitted in certain specified circumstances; these can be accessed with further details on the Luxembourg government website.
    Restaurants and bars are closed to the public until 2 April 2021. Take-away, drive-through and home delivery services remain available. Other restrictions include limiting the additional number of people allowed at gatherings at home or private events to a maximum of two visitors, who must be from the same household. Gatherings of 4 to 10 people in a public space are allowed, subject to wearing of a mask. With some exceptions, gatherings of 10 to 100 people are allowed on condition that people are assigned seating, observe 2 metres distancing and wear a mask. The consumption of alcohol outdoors is prohibited. Cinemas, theatres and cultural events have reopened. Shops, hairdressers and beauticians are open. Indoor sports facilities, gyms, swimming pools and aquatic centres have reopened with strict hygiene restrictions in place. To find out more about local restrictions, please refer to the Luxembourg government website.

    Read more
    19.03.2021
  • Luxembourg Latest News: From 24 December, all airline passengers from the UK are required to have a negative COVID-19 test result. (Gov.Uk, 23.12.2020).

    International Restrictions:
    *From within the EU:

    Is a coronavirus test required? 

    Yes, from 29 January until 31 March 2021 included, any person, regardless of nationality, aged 6 or over, travelling by air transport to the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, must present a negative result (on paper or electronic document) of a nucleic acid amplification test of SARS-CoV-2 viral RNA (either by PCR, TMA or LAMP method) or of a viral antigen test (rapid test) This obligation does not apply to travel by land.

    The test should be carried out within 72 hours of take-off. The negative test result must be presented, if necessary along with a translation, either in one of the administrative languages (Luxembourgish, French, German) of Luxembourg or in English. Documents in Italian, Spanish or Portuguese are now also accepted.

    The following persons are exempt from these obligations:

    • People on duty employed in the transport sector and passengers in transit from the airport;
    • Persons making a return journey by air, for less than 72 hours, from the Grand Duchy to a country which is a member of the Schengen area or the European Union, provided they have not left the Schengen area or the territory of the EU Member States during this period;
    • Members of the diplomatic corps, personnel of international organizations and persons invited by these international organizations whose physical presence is required for the proper functioning of these organizations, military personnel, personnel in the field of development cooperation and humanitarian aid, and civil protection personnel in the exercise of their respective functions, provided that their stay in Luxembourg does not exceed 72 hours;
    • Persons who have had a recent SARS-CoV-2 infection within 3 months prior to travel and who have completed the applicable isolation period in the respective country with the disappearance of any symptoms of infection. These persons may present a medical certificate attesting to these facts, which allows them to board a flight to Luxembourg without having to undergo a new nucleic acid amplification test of SARS-CoV-2 viral RNA or of a viral antigen test.
    •  

     

    Is a quarantine required? 

    Entry to Luxembourg is not conditioned to a mandatory quarantine.

     

    Mandatory Travel Documentation

    All passengers travelling by air are required to fill in a passenger locator form.

     

    Find out more:

    covid19.public.lu (ENFRDE — LU)

     

    Contact Point for Luxembourg: 

    For important medical questions concerning COVID-19, the Health Helpline (247-65533) is available from Monday to Friday between 8:00 and 18:00; on weekends between 10:00 and 18:00. Additional hotlines and contacts are available (ENFRDE — LU).

    Documents you need to travel in Europe

    *Transit:

    As a general rule, passengers in transit in the EU+ area are exempted from temporary travel restriction.

    EU citizens entering the EU from a third country, as well as their family members, irrespective of their nationality, are exempted from the travel restrictions regardless of whether or not they are returning to their country of nationality or residence.

    Passengers travelling from a non-EU country to another non-EU country may transit through the international transit area of airports located in the Schengen area. Rules regarding airport transit visa requirements continue to apply.

    *From Third Countries:

    Third-country nationals may no longer enter the territory of the Grand Duchy until 31 March 2021 (inclusive).

    These travel restrictions are waived for people resident in the following third countries:

    • Australia
    • China, Hong Kong and Macao (subject to reciprocity at European Union level)
    • New Zealand
    • Ruanda
    • South Korea
    • Singapore 
    • Thailand

    The following categories of third-country nationals are also exempted: 

    1. Nationals of third countries who have long-term resident status in accordance with European Directive 2003/109/EC as well as any other person with a right of residence in accordance with European directives, and the national law of a Member State of the European Union and the countries associated with the Schengen area, or who hold a long-term national visa from one of the above-mentioned States;
    2. Health professionals, health researchers and professionals involved in the care of the elderly;
    3. Cross-border workers;
    4. Seasonal workers in agriculture;
    5. People employed in the transport sector;
    6. Members of the diplomatic corps, personnel of international organisations, military personnel, personnel in the field of development cooperation and humanitarian aid, and civil defence personnel in the exercise of their respective functions;
    7. Transit passengers;
    8. Passengers travelling for urgent and duly justified family reasons;
    9. Sailors;
    10. Persons wishing to apply for international protection;
    11. Third-country nationals travelling for study purposes;
    12. Highly qualified third-country workers if their employment is economically necessary and their work cannot be postponed or carried out from abroad.

    The persons referred to in points 8°, 10° and 11° of the categories of persons listed above must have a specific certificate. To this end, they must make an express request by e-mail to service.visas@mae.etat.lu. For further information please contact the Passport, Visa and Legalization Office by e-mail: service.visas@mae.etat.lu or by telephone: 247-88300.

     

    Is a coronavirus test required? 

    From 29 January until 31 March 2021 included, any person, regardless of their nationality, aged 6 or over, travelling by air transport to the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, must present a negative result (on paper or electronic document) of a nucleic acid amplification test of SARS-CoV-2 viral RNA (either by PCR, TMA or LAMP method) or of a viral antigen test (rapid test)

    The test should be carried out within 72 hours before take-off. The negative test result must be presented, if necessary along with a translation, either in one of the administrative languages (Luxembourgish, French, German) of Luxembourg or in English. Documents in Italian, Spanish or Portuguese are now also accepted.

    In addition, any person travelling by air from a third country will have to undergo an additional viral rapid antigen test on arrival at Luxembourg airport. This obligation also applies in the case of transit. 

    The obligation to present a negative test on boarding, and to submit to an additional test on arrival, also applies to persons residing in Australia, South Korea, New Zealand, Rwanda, Singapore and Thailand.

    The following persons are exempted from the testing obligation:

    • People on duty employed in the transport sector and passengers in transit from the airport;
    • Persons making a return journey by air, for less than 72 hours, from the Grand Duchy to a member of the Schengen area or the European Union, provided they have not left the Schengen area or the territory of the EU Member States during this period;
    • Members of the diplomatic corps, personnel of international organisations, personnel in the field of development cooperation and humanitarian aid and civil protection personnel in the exercise of their respective functions, provided that their stay in Luxembourg does not exceed 72 hours;
    • Persons who have had a recent SARS-CoV-2 infection within 3 months prior to travel and who have completed the applicable isolation period in the respective country with the disappearance of any symptoms of infection. These persons should present a medical certificate that allows them to embark for Luxembourg without undergoing a new nucleic acid amplification test of SARS-CoV-2 viral RNA or of a viral antigen test.

     

    Is a quarantine required? 

    If you choose not to take a rapid antigen test on arrival, you are required to undergo a 14-day quarantine, which can be terminated if a negative test result is provided during that time.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Luxembourg: In response to a sharp rise in the number of COVID-19 cases in Luxembourg, additional measures have been put in place to limit the spread of the virus. You must wear a face covering and observe the standard social distancing requirement when travelling through Luxembourg Airport (Findel). Your mask should not be removed during secgurity control. Hand sanitiser is available throughout the terminal where hand washing is unavailable. Face coverings must be worn on public transport and in all indoor areas open to the public and where the public is circulating. Breaches of regulations can result in fines of up to €1000.
    *Accommodation: There are no restrictions on booking hotel rooms or guesthouses. However, hotel or guesthouse bars and restaurants are closed to the public. Room service and take-away are available. Face coverings must be worn in public areas, and where the social distancing requirement cannot be met.
    *Public spaces and services: Face coverings must be worn in shops, supermarkets, exhibitions, and other places that are open to the public. The Luxembourg government has extended the curfew, and people are required to remain at home from 11pm to 6am. Outings during these hours are only permitted in certain specified circumstances; these can be accessed with further details on the Luxembourg government website.
    Restaurants and bars are closed to the public until 2 April 2021. Take-away, drive-through and home delivery services remain available. Other restrictions include limiting the additional number of people allowed at gatherings at home or private events to a maximum of two visitors, who must be from the same household. Gatherings of 4 to 10 people in a public space are allowed, subject to wearing of a mask. With some exceptions, gatherings of 10 to 100 people are allowed on condition that people are assigned seating, observe 2 metres distancing and wear a mask. The consumption of alcohol outdoors is prohibited. Cinemas, theatres and cultural events have reopened. Shops, hairdressers and beauticians are open. Indoor sports facilities, gyms, swimming pools and aquatic centres have reopened with strict hygiene restrictions in place. To find out more about local restrictions, please refer to the Luxembourg government website.

    Read more
    16.03.2021
  • Luxembourg Latest News: From 24 December, all airline passengers from the UK are required to have a negative COVID-19 test result. (Gov.Uk, 23.12.2020).

    International Restrictions:
    *From within the EU:

    Is a coronavirus test required? 

    Yes, from 29 January to 28 February included, any person Aged 6 or over, regardless of nationality, travelling by air transport to the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, must present a negative result (on paper or electronic document) of a viral detection test by PCR, or of a viral rapid antigen test. This obligation does not apply in the case of travel via land borders.

    The test should be carried out within 72 hours from take-off. The negative test result should be translated into one of the administrative languages of Luxembourg (Luxembourgish, French, German), or in English.

    Several people are exempted from this obligation:

    • People on duty employed in the transport sector and passengers in transit through the airport;
    • Persons on a return journey by air, for less than 72 hours, from Luxembourg to a Schengen area or EU country, provided that they have not left these territories during this period;
    • Members of the diplomatic corps, personnel of international organisations and persons invited by these international organisations whose physical presence is required for the proper functioning of these organisations, military personnel, personnel in the field of development cooperation and humanitarian aid, and civil protection personnel in the exercise of their respective functions, provided that their stay in Luxembourg does not exceed 72 hours;
    • Persons who have had a recent SARS-CoV-2 infection within 3 months prior to travel and who have completed the applicable isolation period in the respective country with the disappearance of any symptoms of infection. These persons should present a medical certificate attesting to these facts.

     

    Is a quarantine required? 

    Entry to Luxembourg is not conditioned to a mandatory quarantine.

     

    Mandatory Travel Documentation

    All passengers travelling by air are required to fill in a passenger locator form.

     

    Find out more:

    covid19.public.lu (ENFRDE — LU)

     

    Contact Point for Luxembourg: 

    For important medical questions concerning COVID-19, the Health Helpline (247-65533) is available from Monday to Friday between 8:00 and 18:00; on weekends between 10:00 and 18:00. Additional hotlines and contacts are available (ENFRDE — LU).

    Documents you need to travel in Europe

    *Transit:

    As a general rule, passengers in transit in the EU+ area are exempted from temporary travel restriction.

    EU citizens entering the EU from a third country, as well as their family members, irrespective of their nationality, are exempted from the travel restrictions regardless of whether or not they are returning to their country of nationality or residence.

    Passengers travelling from a non-EU country to another non-EU country may transit through the international transit area of airports located in the Schengen area. Rules regarding airport transit visa requirements continue to apply.

    *From Third Countries:

    Third-country nationals may no longer enter the territory of the Grand Duchy until 31 March 2021 (inclusive).

    These travel restrictions are waived for people resident in the following third countries:

    • Australia
    • China, Hong Kong and Macao (subject to reciprocity at European Union level)
    • New Zealand
    • Ruanda
    • South Korea
    • Singapore 
    • Thailand

    The following categories of third-country nationals are also allowed to enter: 

    1. Nationals of third countries who have long-term resident status in accordance with European Directive 2003/109/EC on long-term residents, as well as any other person who holds a long-term national visa from one of the above-mentioned States
    2. Health professionals, health researchers and professionals involved in the care of the elderly
    3. Cross-border workers
    4. Seasonal workers in agriculture
    5. People employed in the transport sector
    6. Members of the diplomatic corps, personnel of international organisations and persons invited by such international organisations whose physical presence is required for the proper functioning of those organisations, military personnel, personnel in the field of development cooperation and humanitarian aid, and civil defence personnel in the exercise of their respective functions
    7. Transit passengers
    8. Passengers travelling for urgent and duly justified family reasons
    9. Sailors
    10. Persons wishing to apply for international protection 
    11. Third-country nationals travelling for study purposes
    12. Highly qualified third-country workers if their employment is economically necessary and their work cannot be postponed or carried out from abroad

    The persons referred to in points 8°, 11° and 12° of the categories of persons listed above must have a specific certificate. To this end, they must make an express request to be sent by e-mail (service.visas@mae.etat.lu) to the Passport, Visa and Legalization Office, with a view to the issue of this certificate. For further information on this subject, please contact the Passport, Visa and Legalization Office by e-mail: service.visas@mae.etat.lu or by telephone: 247-88300.

     

    Is a coronavirus test required? 

    From 29 January to 28 February included, any person aged 6 or over, regardless of nationality,  travelling by air transport to the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, must present a negative result (on paper or electronic document) of a viral detection test by PCR, or of a viral rapid antigen test. 

    The test should be carried out within 72 hours from take-off. The negative test result should be translated into one of the administrative languages of Luxembourg or in English.

    In addition, any person travelling by air from a third country will have to undergo an additional rapid antigen test on arrival at the airport. This obligation also applies to any person who is departing from a third country and transiting through an airport of an EU Member State or a Schengen associated country.

    Furthermore, this obligation also applies to persons residing in Australia, South Korea, New Zealand, Rwanda, Singapore and Thailand.

    The following persons are exempted from the testing obligation:

    • People on duty employed in the transport sector and passengers in transit from the airport;
    • Persons making a return journey by air, for less than 72 hours, from the Grand Duchy to a country which is a member of the Schengen area or the European Union, provided they have not left the Schengen area or the territory of the EU Member States during this period;
    • Members of the diplomatic corps, personnel of international organisations and persons invited by these international organisations whose physical presence is required for the proper functioning of these organisations, military personnel, personnel in the field of development cooperation and humanitarian aid, and civil protection personnel in the exercise of their respective functions, provided that their stay in Luxembourg does not exceed 72 hours;
    • Persons who have had a recent SARS-CoV-2 infection within 3 months prior to travel and who have completed the applicable isolation period in the respective country with the disappearance of any symptoms. These persons should present a medical certificate.

     

    Is a quarantine required? 

    If you choose not to take a rapid antigen test on arrival, you are required to undergo a 14-day quarantine, which can be terminated if a negative test result is provided during that time.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Luxembourg: In response to a sharp rise in the number of COVID-19 cases in Luxembourg, additional measures have been put in place to limit the spread of the virus. You must wear a face covering and observe the standard social distancing requirement when travelling through Luxembourg Airport (Findel). Your mask should not be removed during secgurity control. Hand sanitiser is available throughout the terminal where hand washing is unavailable. Face coverings must be worn on public transport and in all indoor areas open to the public and where the public is circulating. Breaches of regulations can result in fines of up to €1000.
    *Accommodation: There are no restrictions on booking hotel rooms or guesthouses. However, hotel or guesthouse bars and restaurants are closed to the public. Room service and take-away are available. Face coverings must be worn in public areas, and where the social distancing requirement cannot be met.
    *Public spaces and services: Face coverings must be worn in shops, supermarkets, exhibitions, and other places that are open to the public. The Luxembourg government has extended the curfew, and people are required to remain at home from 11pm to 6am. Outings during these hours are only permitted in certain specified circumstances; these can be accessed with further details on the Luxembourg government website.
    Restaurants and bars are closed to the public until 2 April 2021. Take-away, drive-through and home delivery services remain available. Other restrictions include limiting the additional number of people allowed at gatherings at home or private events to a maximum of two visitors, who must be from the same household. Gatherings of 4 to 10 people in a public space are allowed, subject to wearing of a mask. With some exceptions, gatherings of 10 to 100 people are allowed on condition that people are assigned seating, observe 2 metres distancing and wear a mask. The consumption of alcohol outdoors is prohibited. Cinemas, theatres and cultural events have reopened. Shops, hairdressers and beauticians are open. Indoor sports facilities, gyms, swimming pools and aquatic centres have reopened with strict hygiene restrictions in place. To find out more about local restrictions, please refer to the Luxembourg government website.

    Read more
    12.03.2021
  • Luxembourg Latest News: From 24 December, all airline passengers from the UK are required to have a negative COVID-19 test result. (Gov.Uk, 23.12.2020).

    International Restrictions:
    *From within the EU:

    Is a coronavirus test required? 

    Yes, from 29 January to 28 February included, any person Aged 6 or over, regardless of nationality, travelling by air transport to the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, must present a negative result (on paper or electronic document) of a viral detection test by PCR, or of a viral rapid antigen test. This obligation does not apply in the case of travel via land borders.

    The test should be carried out within 72 hours from take-off. The negative test result should be translated into one of the administrative languages of Luxembourg (Luxembourgish, French, German), or in English.

    Several people are exempted from this obligation:

    • People on duty employed in the transport sector and passengers in transit through the airport;
    • Persons on a return journey by air, for less than 72 hours, from Luxembourg to a Schengen area or EU country, provided that they have not left these territories during this period;
    • Members of the diplomatic corps, personnel of international organisations and persons invited by these international organisations whose physical presence is required for the proper functioning of these organisations, military personnel, personnel in the field of development cooperation and humanitarian aid, and civil protection personnel in the exercise of their respective functions, provided that their stay in Luxembourg does not exceed 72 hours;
    • Persons who have had a recent SARS-CoV-2 infection within 3 months prior to travel and who have completed the applicable isolation period in the respective country with the disappearance of any symptoms of infection. These persons should present a medical certificate attesting to these facts.

     

    Is a quarantine required? 

    Entry to Luxembourg is not conditioned to a mandatory quarantine.

     

    Mandatory Travel Documentation

    All passengers travelling by air are required to fill in a passenger locator form.

     

    Find out more:

    covid19.public.lu (ENFRDE — LU)

     

    Contact Point for Luxembourg: 

    For important medical questions concerning COVID-19, the Health Helpline (247-65533) is available from Monday to Friday between 8:00 and 18:00; on weekends between 10:00 and 18:00. Additional hotlines and contacts are available (ENFRDE — LU).

    Documents you need to travel in Europe

    *Transit:

    As a general rule, passengers in transit in the EU+ area are exempted from temporary travel restriction.

    EU citizens entering the EU from a third country, as well as their family members, irrespective of their nationality, are exempted from the travel restrictions regardless of whether or not they are returning to their country of nationality or residence.

    Passengers travelling from a non-EU country to another non-EU country may transit through the international transit area of airports located in the Schengen area. Rules regarding airport transit visa requirements continue to apply.

    *From Third Countries:

    Third-country nationals may no longer enter the territory of the Grand Duchy until 31 March 2021 (inclusive).

    These travel restrictions are waived for people resident in the following third countries:

    • Australia
    • China, Hong Kong and Macao (subject to reciprocity at European Union level)
    • New Zealand
    • Ruanda
    • South Korea
    • Singapore 
    • Thailand

    The following categories of third-country nationals are also allowed to enter: 

    1. Nationals of third countries who have long-term resident status in accordance with European Directive 2003/109/EC on long-term residents, as well as any other person who holds a long-term national visa from one of the above-mentioned States
    2. Health professionals, health researchers and professionals involved in the care of the elderly
    3. Cross-border workers
    4. Seasonal workers in agriculture
    5. People employed in the transport sector
    6. Members of the diplomatic corps, personnel of international organisations and persons invited by such international organisations whose physical presence is required for the proper functioning of those organisations, military personnel, personnel in the field of development cooperation and humanitarian aid, and civil defence personnel in the exercise of their respective functions
    7. Transit passengers
    8. Passengers travelling for urgent and duly justified family reasons
    9. Sailors
    10. Persons wishing to apply for international protection 
    11. Third-country nationals travelling for study purposes
    12. Highly qualified third-country workers if their employment is economically necessary and their work cannot be postponed or carried out from abroad

    The persons referred to in points 8°, 11° and 12° of the categories of persons listed above must have a specific certificate. To this end, they must make an express request to be sent by e-mail (service.visas@mae.etat.lu) to the Passport, Visa and Legalization Office, with a view to the issue of this certificate. For further information on this subject, please contact the Passport, Visa and Legalization Office by e-mail: service.visas@mae.etat.lu or by telephone: 247-88300.

     

    Is a coronavirus test required? 

    From 29 January to 28 February included, any person aged 6 or over, regardless of nationality,  travelling by air transport to the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, must present a negative result (on paper or electronic document) of a viral detection test by PCR, or of a viral rapid antigen test. 

    The test should be carried out within 72 hours from take-off. The negative test result should be translated into one of the administrative languages of Luxembourg or in English.

    In addition, any person travelling by air from a third country will have to undergo an additional rapid antigen test on arrival at the airport. This obligation also applies to any person who is departing from a third country and transiting through an airport of an EU Member State or a Schengen associated country.

    Furthermore, this obligation also applies to persons residing in Australia, South Korea, New Zealand, Rwanda, Singapore and Thailand.

    The following persons are exempted from the testing obligation:

    • People on duty employed in the transport sector and passengers in transit from the airport;
    • Persons making a return journey by air, for less than 72 hours, from the Grand Duchy to a country which is a member of the Schengen area or the European Union, provided they have not left the Schengen area or the territory of the EU Member States during this period;
    • Members of the diplomatic corps, personnel of international organisations and persons invited by these international organisations whose physical presence is required for the proper functioning of these organisations, military personnel, personnel in the field of development cooperation and humanitarian aid, and civil protection personnel in the exercise of their respective functions, provided that their stay in Luxembourg does not exceed 72 hours;
    • Persons who have had a recent SARS-CoV-2 infection within 3 months prior to travel and who have completed the applicable isolation period in the respective country with the disappearance of any symptoms. These persons should present a medical certificate.

     

    Is a quarantine required? 

    If you choose not to take a rapid antigen test on arrival, you are required to undergo a 14-day quarantine, which can be terminated if a negative test result is provided during that time.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Luxembourg: In response to a sharp rise in the number of COVID-19 cases in Luxembourg, additional measures have been put in place to limit the spread of the virus. You must wear a face covering and observe the standard social distancing requirement when travelling through Luxembourg Airport (Findel). Your mask should not be removed during secgurity control. Hand sanitiser is available throughout the terminal where hand washing is unavailable. Face coverings must be worn on public transport and in all indoor areas open to the public and where the public is circulating. Breaches of regulations can result in fines of up to €1000.
    *Accommodation: There are no restrictions on booking hotel rooms or guesthouses. However, hotel or guesthouse bars and restaurants are closed to the public. Room service and take-away are available. Face coverings must be worn in public areas, and where the social distancing requirement cannot be met.
    *Public spaces and services: Face coverings must be worn in shops, supermarkets, exhibitions, and other places that are open to the public. The Luxembourg government has extended the curfew, and people are required to remain at home from 11pm to 6am. Outings during these hours are only permitted in certain specified circumstances; these can be accessed with further details on the Luxembourg government website.
    Restaurants and bars are closed to the public until 2 April 2021. Take-away, drive-through and home delivery services remain available. Other restrictions include limiting the additional number of people allowed at gatherings at home or private events to a maximum of two visitors, who must be from the same household. Gatherings of 4 to 10 people in a public space are allowed, subject to wearing of a mask. With some exceptions, gatherings of 10 to 100 people are allowed on condition that people are assigned seating, observe 2 metres distancing and wear a mask. The consumption of alcohol outdoors is prohibited. Cinemas, theatres and cultural events have reopened. Shops, hairdressers and beauticians are open. Indoor sports facilities, gyms, swimming pools and aquatic centres have reopened with strict hygiene restrictions in place. To find out more about local restrictions, please refer to the Luxembourg government website.

    Read more
    08.03.2021
  • Luxembourg Latest News: From 24 December, all airline passengers from the UK are required to have a negative COVID-19 test result. (Gov.Uk, 23.12.2020).

    International Restrictions:
    *From within the EU:

    Is a coronavirus test required? 

    Yes, from 29 January to 28 February included, any person Aged 6 or over, regardless of nationality, travelling by air transport to the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, must present a negative result (on paper or electronic document) of a viral detection test by PCR, or of a viral rapid antigen test. This obligation does not apply in the case of travel via land borders.

    The test should be carried out within 72 hours from take-off. The negative test result should be translated into one of the administrative languages of Luxembourg (Luxembourgish, French, German), or in English.

    Several people are exempted from this obligation:

    • People on duty employed in the transport sector and passengers in transit through the airport;
    • Persons on a return journey by air, for less than 72 hours, from Luxembourg to a Schengen area or EU country, provided that they have not left these territories during this period;
    • Members of the diplomatic corps, personnel of international organisations and persons invited by these international organisations whose physical presence is required for the proper functioning of these organisations, military personnel, personnel in the field of development cooperation and humanitarian aid, and civil protection personnel in the exercise of their respective functions, provided that their stay in Luxembourg does not exceed 72 hours;
    • Persons who have had a recent SARS-CoV-2 infection within 3 months prior to travel and who have completed the applicable isolation period in the respective country with the disappearance of any symptoms of infection. These persons should present a medical certificate attesting to these facts.

     

    Is a quarantine required? 

    Entry to Luxembourg is not conditioned to a mandatory quarantine.

     

    Mandatory Travel Documentation

    All passengers travelling by air are required to fill in a passenger locator form.

     

    Find out more:

    covid19.public.lu (ENFRDE — LU)

     

    Contact Point for Luxembourg: 

    For important medical questions concerning COVID-19, the Health Helpline (247-65533) is available from Monday to Friday between 8:00 and 18:00; on weekends between 10:00 and 18:00. Additional hotlines and contacts are available (ENFRDE — LU).

    Documents you need to travel in Europe

    *Transit:

    As a general rule, passengers in transit in the EU+ area are exempted from temporary travel restriction.

    EU citizens entering the EU from a third country, as well as their family members, irrespective of their nationality, are exempted from the travel restrictions regardless of whether or not they are returning to their country of nationality or residence.

    Passengers travelling from a non-EU country to another non-EU country may transit through the international transit area of airports located in the Schengen area. Rules regarding airport transit visa requirements continue to apply.

    *From Third Countries:

    Third-country nationals may no longer enter the territory of the Grand Duchy until 31 March 2021 (inclusive).

    These travel restrictions are waived for people resident in the following third countries:

    • Australia
    • China, Hong Kong and Macao (subject to reciprocity at European Union level)
    • New Zealand
    • Ruanda
    • South Korea
    • Singapore 
    • Thailand

    The following categories of third-country nationals are also allowed to enter: 

    1. Nationals of third countries who have long-term resident status in accordance with European Directive 2003/109/EC on long-term residents, as well as any other person who holds a long-term national visa from one of the above-mentioned States
    2. Health professionals, health researchers and professionals involved in the care of the elderly
    3. Cross-border workers
    4. Seasonal workers in agriculture
    5. People employed in the transport sector
    6. Members of the diplomatic corps, personnel of international organisations and persons invited by such international organisations whose physical presence is required for the proper functioning of those organisations, military personnel, personnel in the field of development cooperation and humanitarian aid, and civil defence personnel in the exercise of their respective functions
    7. Transit passengers
    8. Passengers travelling for urgent and duly justified family reasons
    9. Sailors
    10. Persons wishing to apply for international protection 
    11. Third-country nationals travelling for study purposes
    12. Highly qualified third-country workers if their employment is economically necessary and their work cannot be postponed or carried out from abroad

    The persons referred to in points 8°, 11° and 12° of the categories of persons listed above must have a specific certificate. To this end, they must make an express request to be sent by e-mail (service.visas@mae.etat.lu) to the Passport, Visa and Legalization Office, with a view to the issue of this certificate. For further information on this subject, please contact the Passport, Visa and Legalization Office by e-mail: service.visas@mae.etat.lu or by telephone: 247-88300.

     

    Is a coronavirus test required? 

    From 29 January to 28 February included, any person aged 6 or over, regardless of nationality,  travelling by air transport to the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, must present a negative result (on paper or electronic document) of a viral detection test by PCR, or of a viral rapid antigen test. 

    The test should be carried out within 72 hours from take-off. The negative test result should be translated into one of the administrative languages of Luxembourg or in English.

    In addition, any person travelling by air from a third country will have to undergo an additional rapid antigen test on arrival at the airport. This obligation also applies to any person who is departing from a third country and transiting through an airport of an EU Member State or a Schengen associated country.

    Furthermore, this obligation also applies to persons residing in Australia, South Korea, New Zealand, Rwanda, Singapore and Thailand.

    The following persons are exempted from the testing obligation:

    • People on duty employed in the transport sector and passengers in transit from the airport;
    • Persons making a return journey by air, for less than 72 hours, from the Grand Duchy to a country which is a member of the Schengen area or the European Union, provided they have not left the Schengen area or the territory of the EU Member States during this period;
    • Members of the diplomatic corps, personnel of international organisations and persons invited by these international organisations whose physical presence is required for the proper functioning of these organisations, military personnel, personnel in the field of development cooperation and humanitarian aid, and civil protection personnel in the exercise of their respective functions, provided that their stay in Luxembourg does not exceed 72 hours;
    • Persons who have had a recent SARS-CoV-2 infection within 3 months prior to travel and who have completed the applicable isolation period in the respective country with the disappearance of any symptoms. These persons should present a medical certificate.

     

    Is a quarantine required? 

    If you choose not to take a rapid antigen test on arrival, you are required to undergo a 14-day quarantine, which can be terminated if a negative test result is provided during that time.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Luxembourg: In response to a sharp rise in the number of COVID-19 cases in Luxembourg, additional measures have been put in place to limit the spread of the virus.
    You must wear a face covering and observe the standard social distancing requirement when travelling through Luxembourg Airport (Findel). Your mask should not be removed during security control. Hand sanitiser is available throughout the terminal where hand washing is unavailable.
    Face coverings must be worn on public transport and in all indoor areas open to the public and where the public is circulating.
    Breaches of regulations can result in fines of up to €1000.
    *Accommodation: There are no restrictions on booking hotel rooms or guesthouses. However, hotel or guesthouse bars and restaurants are closed to the public. Room service and take-away are available. Face coverings must be worn in public areas, and where the social distancing requirement cannot be met.
    *Public spaces and services: Face coverings must be worn in shops, supermarkets, exhibitions, and other places that are open to the public.
    The Luxembourg government has extended the curfew, and people are required to remain at home from 11pm to 6am. Outings during these hours are only permitted in certain specified circumstances; these can be accessed with further details on the Luxembourg government website. Restaurants and bars are closed to the public until 21 February 2021. Take-away, drive-through and home delivery services remain available. Other restrictions include limiting the additional number of people allowed at gatherings at home or private events to a maximum of two visitors, who must be from the same household. Gatherings of 4 to 10 people in a public space are allowed, subject to wearing of a mask. With some exceptions, gatherings of 10 to 100 people are allowed on condition that people are assigned seating, observe 2 metres distancing and wear a mask. The consumption of alcohol outdoors is prohibited. Cinemas, theatres and cultural events have reopened. Shops, hairdressers and beauticians are open. Indoor sports facilities, gyms, swimming pools and aquatic centres have reopened with strict hygiene restrictions in place.
    To find out more about local restrictions, please refer to the Luxembourg government website.

    Read more
    02.03.2021
  • Luxembourg Latest News: From 24 December, all airline passengers from the UK are required to have a negative COVID-19 test result. (Gov.Uk, 23.12.2020).

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry to Luxembourg: • The Luxembourg Government has announced that from 1 January 2021 UK nationals will not be permitted entry to Luxembourg for non-essential purposes due to EU-wide COVID-19 restrictions on non-EU and EEA nationals. More information is provided on the Luxembourg government website. Essential travel is still permitted and a list of exemptions for entering Luxembourg can be found here.
    • From Friday 29 January to Sunday 28 February 2021 the Luxembourg Government requires all airline passengers , from the age of six years old, to be in possession of a negative PCR COVID-19 test result. This test should be taken no more than 72 hours before the flight. Proof of a negative viral antigen (rapid test), taken no more than last 72 hours before the flight, will also be accepted.
    • In addition, all airline passengers from the UK will have to undergo an additional rapid antigen test on arrival at Luxembourg airport. Those refusing will be required to quarantine for 14 days, or until in receipt of a negative test.
    If you are travelling to Luxembourg by air, you will also be asked to complete a passenger locator form while on the plane.


    *From within the EU:

    Is a coronavirus test required? 

    Yes, from 29 January to 28 February included, any person Aged 6 or over, regardless of nationality, travelling by air transport to the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, must present a negative result (on paper or electronic document) of a viral detection test by PCR, or of a viral rapid antigen test. This obligation does not apply in the case of travel via land borders.

    The test should be carried out within 72 hours from take-off. The negative test result should be translated into one of the administrative languages of Luxembourg (Luxembourgish, French, German), or in English.

    Several people are exempted from this obligation:

    • People on duty employed in the transport sector and passengers in transit through the airport;
    • Persons on a return journey by air, for less than 72 hours, from Luxembourg to a Schengen area or EU country, provided that they have not left these territories during this period;
    • Members of the diplomatic corps, personnel of international organisations and persons invited by these international organisations whose physical presence is required for the proper functioning of these organisations, military personnel, personnel in the field of development cooperation and humanitarian aid, and civil protection personnel in the exercise of their respective functions, provided that their stay in Luxembourg does not exceed 72 hours;
    • Persons who have had a recent SARS-CoV-2 infection within 3 months prior to travel and who have completed the applicable isolation period in the respective country with the disappearance of any symptoms of infection. These persons should present a medical certificate attesting to these facts.

     

    Is a quarantine required? 

    Entry to Luxembourg is not conditioned to a mandatory quarantine.

     

    Mandatory Travel Documentation

    All passengers travelling by air are required to fill in a passenger locator form.

     

    Find out more:

    covid19.public.lu (ENFRDE — LU)

     

    Contact Point for Luxembourg: 

    For important medical questions concerning COVID-19, the Health Helpline (247-65533) is available from Monday to Friday between 8:00 and 18:00; on weekends between 10:00 and 18:00. Additional hotlines and contacts are available (ENFRDE — LU).

    Documents you need to travel in Europe

    *Transit:

    As a general rule, passengers in transit in the EU+ area are exempted from temporary travel restriction.

    EU citizens entering the EU from a third country, as well as their family members, irrespective of their nationality, are exempted from the travel restrictions regardless of whether or not they are returning to their country of nationality or residence.

    Passengers travelling from a non-EU country to another non-EU country may transit through the international transit area of airports located in the Schengen area. Rules regarding airport transit visa requirements continue to apply.

    *From Third Countries:

    Third-country nationals may no longer enter the territory of the Grand Duchy until 31 March 2021 (inclusive).

    These travel restrictions are waived for people resident in the following third countries:

    • Australia
    • China, Hong Kong and Macao (subject to reciprocity at European Union level)
    • New Zealand
    • Ruanda
    • South Korea
    • Singapore 
    • Thailand

    The following categories of third-country nationals are also allowed to enter: 

    1. Nationals of third countries who have long-term resident status in accordance with European Directive 2003/109/EC on long-term residents, as well as any other person who holds a long-term national visa from one of the above-mentioned States
    2. Health professionals, health researchers and professionals involved in the care of the elderly
    3. Cross-border workers
    4. Seasonal workers in agriculture
    5. People employed in the transport sector
    6. Members of the diplomatic corps, personnel of international organisations and persons invited by such international organisations whose physical presence is required for the proper functioning of those organisations, military personnel, personnel in the field of development cooperation and humanitarian aid, and civil defence personnel in the exercise of their respective functions
    7. Transit passengers
    8. Passengers travelling for urgent and duly justified family reasons
    9. Sailors
    10. Persons wishing to apply for international protection 
    11. Third-country nationals travelling for study purposes
    12. Highly qualified third-country workers if their employment is economically necessary and their work cannot be postponed or carried out from abroad

    The persons referred to in points 8°, 11° and 12° of the categories of persons listed above must have a specific certificate. To this end, they must make an express request to be sent by e-mail (service.visas@mae.etat.lu) to the Passport, Visa and Legalization Office, with a view to the issue of this certificate. For further information on this subject, please contact the Passport, Visa and Legalization Office by e-mail: service.visas@mae.etat.lu or by telephone: 247-88300.

     

    Is a coronavirus test required? 

    From 29 January to 28 February included, any person aged 6 or over, regardless of nationality,  travelling by air transport to the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, must present a negative result (on paper or electronic document) of a viral detection test by PCR, or of a viral rapid antigen test. 

    The test should be carried out within 72 hours from take-off. The negative test result should be translated into one of the administrative languages of Luxembourg or in English.

    In addition, any person travelling by air from a third country will have to undergo an additional rapid antigen test on arrival at the airport. This obligation also applies to any person who is departing from a third country and transiting through an airport of an EU Member State or a Schengen associated country.

    Furthermore, this obligation also applies to persons residing in Australia, South Korea, New Zealand, Rwanda, Singapore and Thailand.

    The following persons are exempted from the testing obligation:

    • People on duty employed in the transport sector and passengers in transit from the airport;
    • Persons making a return journey by air, for less than 72 hours, from the Grand Duchy to a country which is a member of the Schengen area or the European Union, provided they have not left the Schengen area or the territory of the EU Member States during this period;
    • Members of the diplomatic corps, personnel of international organisations and persons invited by these international organisations whose physical presence is required for the proper functioning of these organisations, military personnel, personnel in the field of development cooperation and humanitarian aid, and civil protection personnel in the exercise of their respective functions, provided that their stay in Luxembourg does not exceed 72 hours;
    • Persons who have had a recent SARS-CoV-2 infection within 3 months prior to travel and who have completed the applicable isolation period in the respective country with the disappearance of any symptoms. These persons should present a medical certificate.

     

    Is a quarantine required? 

    If you choose not to take a rapid antigen test on arrival, you are required to undergo a 14-day quarantine, which can be terminated if a negative test result is provided during that time.

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Luxembourg: In response to a sharp rise in the number of COVID-19 cases in Luxembourg, additional measures have been put in place to limit the spread of the virus.
    You must wear a face covering and observe the standard social distancing requirement when travelling through Luxembourg Airport (Findel). Your mask should not be removed during security control. Hand sanitiser is available throughout the terminal where hand washing is unavailable.
    Face coverings must be worn on public transport and in all indoor areas open to the public and where the public is circulating.
    Breaches of regulations can result in fines of up to €1000.
    *Accommodation: There are no restrictions on booking hotel rooms or guesthouses. However, hotel or guesthouse bars and restaurants are closed to the public. Room service and take-away are available. Face coverings must be worn in public areas, and where the social distancing requirement cannot be met.
    *Public spaces and services: Face coverings must be worn in shops, supermarkets, exhibitions, and other places that are open to the public.
    The Luxembourg government has extended the curfew, and people are required to remain at home from 11pm to 6am. Outings during these hours are only permitted in certain specified circumstances; these can be accessed with further details on the Luxembourg government website. Restaurants and bars are closed to the public until 21 February 2021. Take-away, drive-through and home delivery services remain available. Other restrictions include limiting the additional number of people allowed at gatherings at home or private events to a maximum of two visitors, who must be from the same household. Gatherings of 4 to 10 people in a public space are allowed, subject to wearing of a mask. With some exceptions, gatherings of 10 to 100 people are allowed on condition that people are assigned seating, observe 2 metres distancing and wear a mask. The consumption of alcohol outdoors is prohibited. Cinemas, theatres and cultural events have reopened. Shops, hairdressers and beauticians are open. Indoor sports facilities, gyms, swimming pools and aquatic centres have reopened with strict hygiene restrictions in place.
    To find out more about local restrictions, please refer to the Luxembourg government website.

    Read more
    26.02.2021
  • Luxembourg Latest News: From 24 December, all airline passengers from the UK are required to have a negative COVID-19 test result. (Gov.Uk, 23.12.2020).

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry to Luxembourg: • The Luxembourg Government has announced that from 1 January 2021 UK nationals will not be permitted entry to Luxembourg for non-essential purposes due to EU-wide COVID-19 restrictions on non-EU and EEA nationals. More information is provided on the Luxembourg government website. Essential travel is still permitted and a list of exemptions for entering Luxembourg can be found here.
    • From Friday 29 January to Sunday 28 February 2021 the Luxembourg Government requires all airline passengers , from the age of six years old, to be in possession of a negative PCR COVID-19 test result. This test should be taken no more than 72 hours before the flight. Proof of a negative viral antigen (rapid test), taken no more than last 72 hours before the flight, will also be accepted.
    • In addition, all airline passengers from the UK will have to undergo an additional rapid antigen test on arrival at Luxembourg airport. Those refusing will be required to quarantine for 14 days, or until in receipt of a negative test.
    If you are travelling to Luxembourg by air, you will also be asked to complete a passenger locator form while on the plane.


    **From within the EU:

    Is a coronavirus test required? 

    Yes, from 29 January to 28 February included, any person, regardless of their nationality, aged 6 or over, travelling by air transport to the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, must present a negative result (on paper or electronic document) of a viral detection test by PCR, or of a viral rapid antigen test. This obligation does not apply to travel by land.

    The test should be carried out within 72 hours of take-off. The negative test result must be presented or should be translated, in one of the administrative languages (Luxembourgish, French, German) of Luxembourg, or in English.

    Several persons are exempt from this obligation:

    • People on duty employed in the transport sector and passengers in transit from the airport;
    • Persons making a return journey by air, for less than 72 hours, from the Grand Duchy to a country which is a member of the Schengen area or the European Union, provided they have not left the Schengen area or the territory of the EU Member States during this period;
    • Members of the diplomatic corps, personnel of international organisations and persons invited by these international organisations whose physical presence is required for the proper functioning of these organisations, military personnel, personnel in the field of development cooperation and humanitarian aid, and civil protection personnel in the exercise of their respective functions, provided that their stay in Luxembourg does not exceed 72 hours;
    • Persons who have had a recent SARS-CoV-2 infection within 3 months prior to travel and who have completed the applicable isolation period in the respective country with the disappearance of any symptoms of infection. These persons should present a medical certificate attesting to these facts.

     

    Is a quarantine required? 

    Entry to Luxembourg is not conditioned upon absolving a mandatory quarantine.

     

    Mandatory Travel Documentation

    All passengers travelling by air are required to fill in a passenger locator form by law.

     

    Find out more:
    covid19.public.lu

     

    Contact Point for Luxembourg: 

    For important medical questions concerning COVID-19, the Health Helpline (247-65533) is available from Monday to Friday between 8:00 and 18:00; on weekends between 10:00 and 18:00. Additional Hotlines and contacts are available.

    Documents you need to travel in Europe

    *Transit:

    As a general rule, passengers in transit in the EU+ area are exempted from temporary travel restriction.

    EU citizens entering the EU from a third country, as well as their family members, irrespective of their nationality, are exempted from the travel restrictions regardless of whether or not they are returning to their country of nationality or residence.

    Passengers travelling from a non-EU country to another non-EU country may transit through the international transit area of airports located in the Schengen area. Rules regarding airport transit visa requirements continue to apply.

    *From Third Countries:

    Third-country nationals may no longer enter the territory of the Grand Duchy until 31 March 2021 (inclusive).

    These travel restrictions are waived for people resident in the following third countries:

    • Australia
    • China, Hong Kong and Macao (subject to reciprocity at European Union level)
    • New Zealand
    • Ruanda
    • South Korea
    • Singapore 
    • Thailand

    The following categories of third-country nationals are also exempted from these restrictions:

    1. Nationals of third countries who have long-term resident status in accordance with European Directive 2003/109/EC on long-term residents, as well as any other person with a right of residence in accordance with European directives, and the national law of a Member State of the European Union and the countries associated with the Schengen area, or who hold a long-term national visa from one of the above-mentioned States
    2. Health professionals, health researchers and professionals involved in the care of the elderly
    3. Cross-border workers
    4. Seasonal workers in agriculture
    5. People employed in the transport sector
    6. Members of the diplomatic corps, personnel of international organisations and persons invited by such international organisations whose physical presence is required for the proper functioning of those organisations, military personnel, personnel in the field of development cooperation and humanitarian aid, and civil defence personnel in the exercise of their respective functions
    7. Transit passengers
    8. Passengers travelling for urgent and duly justified family reasons
    9. Sailors
    10. persons wishing to apply for international protection in the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg or for other humanitarian reasons
    11. Third-country nationals travelling for study purposes
    12. Highly qualified third-country workers if their employment is economically necessary and their work cannot be postponed or carried out from abroad

    The persons referred to in points 8°, 11° and 12° of the categories of persons listed above must have a specific certificate. To this end, they must make an express request to be sent by e-mail (service.visas@mae.etat.lu) to the Passport, Visa and Legalization Office, with a view to the issue of this certificate. For further information on this subject, please contact the Passport, Visa and Legalization Office by e-mail: service.visas@mae.etat.lu or by telephone: 247-88300.

     

    Is a coronavirus test required? 

    From 29 January to 28 February included, any person, regardless of their nationality, aged 6 or over, travelling by air transport to the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, must present a negative result (on paper or electronic document) of a viral detection test by PCR, or of a viral rapid antigen test. 

    The test should be carried out within 72 hours of take-off. The negative test result must be presented or should be translated into one of the administrative languages (Luxembourgish, French, German) of Luxembourg, or in English.

    In addition, any person travelling by air from a third country will have to undergo an additional viral rapid antigen test on arrival at Luxembourg airport. This obligation also applies to any person travelling by air to Luxembourg that is departing from a third country and transiting through an airport of an EU Member State or a Schengen associated country.

    The obligation to present a negative test on boarding, and to submit to an additional test on arrival, also applies to persons residing in one of the countries on the list of third countries whose residents are currently authorised to enter the Luxembourg territory, including for non-essential travel, namely Australia, South Korea, New Zealand, Rwanda, Singapore and Thailand.

    The following persons are exempt from the testing obligation:

    • People on duty employed in the transport sector and passengers in transit from the airport;
    • Persons making a return journey by air, for less than 72 hours, from the Grand Duchy to a country which is a member of the Schengen area or the European Union, provided they have not left the Schengen area or the territory of the EU Member States during this period;
    • Members of the diplomatic corps, personnel of international organisations and persons invited by these international organisations whose physical presence is required for the proper functioning of these organisations, military personnel, personnel in the field of development cooperation and humanitarian aid, and civil protection personnel in the exercise of their respective functions, provided that their stay in Luxembourg does not exceed 72 hours;
    • Persons who have had a recent SARS-CoV-2 infection within 3 months prior to travel and who have completed the applicable isolation period in the respective country with the disappearance of any symptoms of infection. These persons should present a medical certificate attesting to these facts.

    Please note that the testing obligations applicable to all persons wishing to enter Luxembourg from a third country are in addition to the temporary restrictions already in place for non-essential travel to the EU.

     

    Is a quarantine required? 

    If you choose not to take a rapid antigen test on arrival, you are required to undergo a 14-day quarantine, which can be terminated if a negative test result is provided during that time.

     

    For more details on the travel restrictions and exemptions, please visit: 
    covid19.public.lu

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Luxembourg: In response to a sharp rise in the number of COVID-19 cases in Luxembourg, additional measures have been put in place to limit the spread of the virus.
    You must wear a face covering and observe the standard social distancing requirement when travelling through Luxembourg Airport (Findel). Your mask should not be removed during security control. Hand sanitiser is available throughout the terminal where hand washing is unavailable.
    Face coverings must be worn on public transport and in all indoor areas open to the public and where the public is circulating.
    Breaches of regulations can result in fines of up to €1000.
    *Accommodation: There are no restrictions on booking hotel rooms or guesthouses. However, hotel or guesthouse bars and restaurants are closed to the public. Room service and take-away are available. Face coverings must be worn in public areas, and where the social distancing requirement cannot be met.
    *Public spaces and services: Face coverings must be worn in shops, supermarkets, exhibitions, and other places that are open to the public.
    The Luxembourg government has extended the curfew, and people are required to remain at home from 11pm to 6am. Outings during these hours are only permitted in certain specified circumstances; these can be accessed with further details on the Luxembourg government website. Restaurants and bars are closed to the public until 21 February 2021. Take-away, drive-through and home delivery services remain available. Other restrictions include limiting the additional number of people allowed at gatherings at home or private events to a maximum of two visitors, who must be from the same household. Gatherings of 4 to 10 people in a public space are allowed, subject to wearing of a mask. With some exceptions, gatherings of 10 to 100 people are allowed on condition that people are assigned seating, observe 2 metres distancing and wear a mask. The consumption of alcohol outdoors is prohibited. Cinemas, theatres and cultural events have reopened. Shops, hairdressers and beauticians are open. Indoor sports facilities, gyms, swimming pools and aquatic centres have reopened with strict hygiene restrictions in place.
    To find out more about local restrictions, please refer to the Luxembourg government website.

    Read more
    19.02.2021
  • Luxembourg Latest News: From 24 December, all airline passengers from the UK are required to have a negative COVID-19 test result. (Gov.Uk, 23.12.2020).

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry to Luxembourg: • The Luxembourg Government has announced that from 1 January 2021 UK nationals will not be permitted entry to Luxembourg for non-essential purposes due to EU-wide COVID-19 restrictions on non-EU and EEA nationals. More information is provided on the Luxembourg government website. Essential travel is still permitted and a list of exemptions for entering Luxembourg can be found here.
    • From Friday 29 January to Sunday 28 February 2021 the Luxembourg Government requires all airline passengers , from the age of six years old, to be in possession of a negative PCR COVID-19 test result. This test should be taken no more than 72 hours before the flight. Proof of a negative viral antigen (rapid test), taken no more than last 72 hours before the flight, will also be accepted.
    • In addition, all airline passengers from the UK will have to undergo an additional rapid antigen test on arrival at Luxembourg airport. Those refusing will be required to quarantine for 14 days, or until in receipt of a negative test.
    If you are travelling to Luxembourg by air, you will also be asked to complete a passenger locator form while on the plane.


    **From within the EU:

    Luxembourg adopts its own national classification of risk areas, hence travel restrictions for Luxembourg are not based on the common “EU Traffic Lights” map.

    Nationals of an EU country or one of the Schengen Area associated countries, as well as Nationals of San Marino, Andorra, Monaco and the Vatican/Holy See, are free to enter the European Union, irrespective of the purpose of their stay and not only to return to their home. 

     

    Is a coronavirus test required? 

    Yes, from 29 January to 28 February, any person, regardless of their nationality, aged 6 or over, travelling by air transport to the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, must present a negative result (on paper or electronic document) of a viral detection test by PCR, or of a viral rapid antigen test. This obligation does not apply to travel by land or sea.

    The test should be carried out within 72 hours of take-off. The negative test result must be presented or should be translated, in one of the administrative languages (Luxembourgish, French, German) of Luxembourg, or in English.

    Several persons are exempt from this obligation:

    • People on duty employed in the transport sector and passengers in transit from the airport;
    • Persons making a return journey by air, for less than 72 hours, from the Grand Duchy to a country which is a member of the Schengen area or the European Union, provided they have not left the Schengen area or the territory of the EU Member States during this period;
    • Members of the diplomatic corps, personnel of international organisations and persons invited by these international organisations whose physical presence is required for the proper functioning of these organisations, military personnel, personnel in the field of development cooperation and humanitarian aid, and civil protection personnel in the exercise of their respective functions, provided that their stay in Luxembourg does not exceed 72 hours;
    • Persons who have had a recent SARS-CoV-2 infection within 3 months prior to travel and who have completed the applicable isolation period in the respective country with the disappearance of any symptoms of infection. These persons should present a medical certificate attesting to these facts.

     

    Is a quarantine required? 

    No, it is not required to undergo a mandatory quarantine upon entry.  

     

    Find out more:
    covid19.public.lu

     

    Contact Point for Luxembourg: 

    For important medical questions concerning COVID-19, the Health Helpline (247-65533) is available from Monday to Friday between 8:00 and 18:00; on weekends between 10:00 and 18:00. Additional Hotlines and contacts are available.

    Documents you need to travel in Europe

    *Transit: Transit is permitted

    *From Third Countries:

    Is a coronavirus test required? 

    From 29 January to 28 February, any person, regardless of their nationality, aged 6 or over, travelling by air transport to the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, must present a negative result (on paper or electronic document) of a viral detection test by PCR, or of a viral rapid antigen test. 

    The test should be carried out within 72 hours of take-off. The negative test result must be presented or should be translated, in one of the administrative languages (Luxembourgish, French, German) of Luxembourg, or in English.

    In addition, any person travelling by air from a third country will have to undergo an additional viral rapid antigen test on arrival at Luxembourg airport. This obligation also applies to any person travelling by air to Luxembourg that is departing from a third country and transiting through an airport of an EU Member State or a Schengen associated country.

    The obligation to present a negative test on boarding, and to submit to an additional test on arrival, also applies to persons residing in one of the countries on the list of third countries whose residents are currently authorised to enter the Luxembourg territory, including for non-essential travel, namely Australia, South Korea, Japan, New Zealand, Rwanda, Singapore and Thailand

    The following persons are exempt from the testing obligation:

    • People on duty employed in the transport sector and passengers in transit from the airport;
    • Persons making a return journey by air, for less than 72 hours, from the Grand Duchy to a country which is a member of the Schengen area or the European Union, provided they have not left the Schengen area or the territory of the EU Member States during this period;
    • Members of the diplomatic corps, personnel of international organisations and persons invited by these international organisations whose physical presence is required for the proper functioning of these organisations, military personnel, personnel in the field of development cooperation and humanitarian aid, and civil protection personnel in the exercise of their respective functions, provided that their stay in Luxembourg does not exceed 72 hours;
    • Persons who have had a recent SARS-CoV-2 infection within 3 months prior to travel and who have completed the applicable isolation period in the respective country with the disappearance of any symptoms of infection. These persons should present a medical certificate attesting to these facts.

    Please note that the testing obligations applicable to all persons wishing to enter Luxembourg from a third country are in addition to the temporary restrictions already in place for non-essential travel to the EU. As a reminder, third-country nationals coming from a third country can no longer enter the territory of the Grand Duchy until 31 March 2021 inclusive, except for certain categories of exempted persons.

     

    Is a quarantine required? 

    If the person refuses to submit to a test, he or she will remain in quarantine for 14 days. This quarantine may be terminated as soon as a negative test result is obtained.

     

    For more details on the travel restrictions and exemptions, please visit: 
    covid19.public.lu

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Luxembourg: In response to a sharp rise in the number of COVID-19 cases in Luxembourg, additional measures have been put in place to limit the spread of the virus.
    You must wear a face covering and observe the standard social distancing requirement when travelling through Luxembourg Airport (Findel). Your mask should not be removed during security control. Hand sanitiser is available throughout the terminal where hand washing is unavailable.
    Face coverings must be worn on public transport and in all indoor areas open to the public and where the public is circulating.
    Breaches of regulations can result in fines of up to €1000.
    *Accommodation: There are no restrictions on booking hotel rooms or guesthouses. However, hotel or guesthouse bars and restaurants are closed to the public. Room service and take-away are available. Face coverings must be worn in public areas, and where the social distancing requirement cannot be met.
    *Public spaces and services: Face coverings must be worn in shops, supermarkets, exhibitions, and other places that are open to the public.
    The Luxembourg government has extended the curfew, and people are required to remain at home from 11pm to 6am. Outings during these hours are only permitted in certain specified circumstances; these can be accessed with further details on the Luxembourg government website. Restaurants and bars are closed to the public until 21 February 2021. Take-away, drive-through and home delivery services remain available. Other restrictions include limiting the additional number of people allowed at gatherings at home or private events to a maximum of two visitors, who must be from the same household. Gatherings of 4 to 10 people in a public space are allowed, subject to wearing of a mask. With some exceptions, gatherings of 10 to 100 people are allowed on condition that people are assigned seating, observe 2 metres distancing and wear a mask. The consumption of alcohol outdoors is prohibited. Cinemas, theatres and cultural events have reopened. Shops, hairdressers and beauticians are open. Indoor sports facilities, gyms, swimming pools and aquatic centres have reopened with strict hygiene restrictions in place.
    To find out more about local restrictions, please refer to the Luxembourg government website.

    Read more
    12.02.2021
  • Luxembourg Latest News: From 24 December, all airline passengers from the UK are required to have a negative COVID-19 test result. (Gov.Uk, 23.12.2020). Luxembourg government have banned all air passenger flights between the UK and Luxembourg until 3 January 2021 (Gov.UK, 22.12.2020)

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry to Luxembourg: • The Luxembourg Government has announced that from 1 January 2021 UK nationals will not be permitted entry to Luxembourg for non-essential purposes due to EU-wide COVID-19 restrictions on non-EU and EEA nationals. More information is provided on the Luxembourg government website. Essential travel is still permitted and a list of exemptions for entering Luxembourg can be found here.
    • From Friday 29 January to Sunday 28 February 2021 the Luxembourg Government requires all airline passengers , from the age of six years old, to be in possession of a negative PCR COVID-19 test result. This test should be taken no more than 72 hours before the flight. Proof of a negative viral antigen (rapid test), taken no more than last 72 hours before the flight, will also be accepted.
    • In addition, all airline passengers from the UK will have to undergo an additional rapid antigen test on arrival at Luxembourg airport. Those refusing will be required to quarantine for 14 days, or until in receipt of a negative test.
    If you are travelling to Luxembourg by air, you will also be asked to complete a passenger locator form while on the plane.


    *From within the EU:

    Luxembourg adopts its own national classification of risk areas, hence travel restrictions for Luxembourg are not based on the common “EU Traffic Lights” map.

    Nationals of an EU country or one of the Schengen Area associated countries, as well as Nationals of San Marino, Andorra, Monaco and the Vatican/Holy See, are free to enter the European Union, irrespective of the purpose of their stay and not only to return to their home. 

     

    Is a coronavirus test required? 

    Yes, from 29 January to 28 February, any person, regardless of their nationality, aged 6 or over, travelling by air transport to the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, must present a negative result (on paper or electronic document) of a viral detection test by PCR, or of a viral rapid antigen test. This obligation does not apply to travel by land or sea.

    The test should be carried out within 72 hours of take-off. The negative test result must be presented or should be translated, in one of the administrative languages (Luxembourgish, French, German) of Luxembourg, or in English.

    Several persons are exempt from this obligation:

    • People on duty employed in the transport sector and passengers in transit from the airport;
    • Persons making a return journey by air, for less than 72 hours, from the Grand Duchy to a country which is a member of the Schengen area or the European Union, provided they have not left the Schengen area or the territory of the EU Member States during this period;
    • Members of the diplomatic corps, personnel of international organisations and persons invited by these international organisations whose physical presence is required for the proper functioning of these organisations, military personnel, personnel in the field of development cooperation and humanitarian aid, and civil protection personnel in the exercise of their respective functions, provided that their stay in Luxembourg does not exceed 72 hours;
    • Persons who have had a recent SARS-CoV-2 infection within 3 months prior to travel and who have completed the applicable isolation period in the respective country with the disappearance of any symptoms of infection. These persons should present a medical certificate attesting to these facts.

     

    Is a quarantine required? 

    No, it is not required to undergo a mandatory quarantine upon entry.  

     

    Find out more:
    covid19.public.lu

     

    Contact Point for Luxembourg: 

    For important medical questions concerning COVID-19, the Health Helpline (247-65533) is available from Monday to Friday between 8:00 and 18:00; on weekends between 10:00 and 18:00. Additional Hotlines and contacts are available.

    Documents you need to travel in Europe

    *Transit: Transit is partially permitted

    *From Third Countries:

    Is a coronavirus test required? 

    From 29 January to 28 February, any person, regardless of their nationality, aged 6 or over, travelling by air transport to the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, must present a negative result (on paper or electronic document) of a viral detection test by PCR, or of a viral rapid antigen test. 

    The test should be carried out within 72 hours of take-off. The negative test result must be presented or should be translated, in one of the administrative languages (Luxembourgish, French, German) of Luxembourg, or in English.

    In addition, any person travelling by air from a third country will have to undergo an additional viral rapid antigen test on arrival at Luxembourg airport. This obligation also applies to any person travelling by air to Luxembourg that is departing from a third country and transiting through an airport of an EU Member State or a Schengen associated country.

    The obligation to present a negative test on boarding, and to submit to an additional test on arrival, also applies to persons residing in one of the countries on the list of third countries whose residents are currently authorised to enter the Luxembourg territory, including for non-essential travel, namely Australia, South Korea, Japan, New Zealand, Rwanda, Singapore and Thailand

    The following persons are exempt from the testing obligation:

    • People on duty employed in the transport sector and passengers in transit from the airport;
    • Persons making a return journey by air, for less than 72 hours, from the Grand Duchy to a country which is a member of the Schengen area or the European Union, provided they have not left the Schengen area or the territory of the EU Member States during this period;
    • Members of the diplomatic corps, personnel of international organisations and persons invited by these international organisations whose physical presence is required for the proper functioning of these organisations, military personnel, personnel in the field of development cooperation and humanitarian aid, and civil protection personnel in the exercise of their respective functions, provided that their stay in Luxembourg does not exceed 72 hours;
    • Persons who have had a recent SARS-CoV-2 infection within 3 months prior to travel and who have completed the applicable isolation period in the respective country with the disappearance of any symptoms of infection. These persons should present a medical certificate attesting to these facts.

    Please note that the testing obligations applicable to all persons wishing to enter Luxembourg from a third country are in addition to the temporary restrictions already in place for non-essential travel to the EU. As a reminder, third-country nationals coming from a third country can no longer enter the territory of the Grand Duchy until 31 March 2021 inclusive, except for certain categories of exempted persons.

     

    Is a quarantine required? 

    If the person refuses to submit to a test, he or she will remain in quarantine for 14 days. This quarantine may be terminated as soon as a negative test result is obtained.

     

    For more details on the travel restrictions and exemptions, please visit: 
    covid19.public.lu

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Luxembourg: In response to a sharp rise in the number of COVID-19 cases in Luxembourg, additional measures have been put in place to limit the spread of the virus.
    You must wear a face covering and observe the standard social distancing requirement when travelling through Luxembourg Airport (Findel). Your mask should not be removed during security control. Hand sanitiser is available throughout the terminal where hand washing is unavailable.
    Face coverings must be worn on public transport and in all indoor areas open to the public and where the public is circulating.
    Breaches of regulations can result in fines of up to €1000.
    *Accommodation: There are no restrictions on booking hotel rooms or guesthouses. However, hotel or guesthouse bars and restaurants are closed to the public. Room service and take-away are available. Face coverings must be worn in public areas, and where the social distancing requirement cannot be met.
    *Public spaces and services: Face coverings must be worn in shops, supermarkets, exhibitions, and other places that are open to the public.
    The Luxembourg government has extended the curfew, and people are required to remain at home from 11pm to 6am. Outings during these hours are only permitted in certain specified circumstances; these can be accessed with further details on the Luxembourg government website. Restaurants and bars are closed to the public until 21 February 2021. Take-away, drive-through and home delivery services remain available. Other restrictions include limiting the additional number of people allowed at gatherings at home or private events to a maximum of two visitors, who must be from the same household. Gatherings of 4 to 10 people in a public space are allowed, subject to wearing of a mask. With some exceptions, gatherings of 10 to 100 people are allowed on condition that people are assigned seating, observe 2 metres distancing and wear a mask. The consumption of alcohol outdoors is prohibited. Cinemas, theatres and cultural events have reopened. Shops, hairdressers and beauticians are open. Indoor sports facilities, gyms, swimming pools and aquatic centres have reopened with strict hygiene restrictions in place.
    To find out more about local restrictions, please refer to the Luxembourg government website.

    Read more
    09.02.2021
  • Luxembourg Latest News: From 24 December, all airline passengers from the UK are required to have a negative COVID-19 test result. (Gov.Uk, 23.12.2020). Luxembourg government have banned all air passenger flights between the UK and Luxembourg until 3 January 2021 (Gov.UK, 22.12.2020)

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry to Luxembourg: • The Luxembourg Government has announced that from 1 January 2021 UK nationals will not be permitted entry to Luxembourg for non-essential purposes due to EU-wide COVID-19 restrictions on non-EU and EEA nationals. More information is provided on the Luxembourg government website. Essential travel is still permitted and a list of exemptions for entering Luxembourg can be found here.
    • From Friday 29 January to Sunday 28 February 2021 the Luxembourg Government requires all airline passengers , from the age of six years old, to be in possession of a negative PCR COVID-19 test result. This test should be taken no more than 72 hours before the flight. Proof of a negative viral antigen (rapid test), taken no more than last 72 hours before the flight, will also be accepted.
    • In addition, all airline passengers from the UK will have to undergo an additional rapid antigen test on arrival at Luxembourg airport. Those refusing will be required to quarantine for 14 days, or until in receipt of a negative test.
    If you are travelling to Luxembourg by air, you will also be asked to complete a passenger locator form while on the plane.


    *From within the EU:

    Luxembourg adopts its own national classification of risk areas, hence travel restrictions for Luxembourg are not based on the common “EU Traffic Lights” map.

    Nationals of an EU country or one of the Schengen Area associated countries, as well as Nationals of San Marino, Andorra, Monaco and the Vatican/Holy See, are free to enter the European Union, irrespective of the purpose of their stay and not only to return to their home. 

     

    Is a coronavirus test required? 

    Yes, from 29 January to 28 February, any person, regardless of their nationality, aged 6 or over, travelling by air transport to the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, must present a negative result (on paper or electronic document) of a viral detection test by PCR, or of a viral rapid antigen test. This obligation does not apply to travel by land or sea.

    The test should be carried out within 72 hours of take-off. The negative test result must be presented or should be translated, in one of the administrative languages (Luxembourgish, French, German) of Luxembourg, or in English.

    Several persons are exempt from this obligation:

    • People on duty employed in the transport sector and passengers in transit from the airport;
    • Persons making a return journey by air, for less than 72 hours, from the Grand Duchy to a country which is a member of the Schengen area or the European Union, provided they have not left the Schengen area or the territory of the EU Member States during this period;
    • Members of the diplomatic corps, personnel of international organisations and persons invited by these international organisations whose physical presence is required for the proper functioning of these organisations, military personnel, personnel in the field of development cooperation and humanitarian aid, and civil protection personnel in the exercise of their respective functions, provided that their stay in Luxembourg does not exceed 72 hours;
    • Persons who have had a recent SARS-CoV-2 infection within 3 months prior to travel and who have completed the applicable isolation period in the respective country with the disappearance of any symptoms of infection. These persons should present a medical certificate attesting to these facts.

     

    Is a quarantine required? 

    No, it is not required to undergo a mandatory quarantine upon entry.  

     

    Find out more:
    covid19.public.lu

     

    Contact Point for Luxembourg: 

    For important medical questions concerning COVID-19, the Health Helpline (247-65533) is available from Monday to Friday between 8:00 and 18:00; on weekends between 10:00 and 18:00. Additional Hotlines and contacts are available.

    Documents you need to travel in Europe

    *Transit: Transit is permitted.

    *From within the EU:

    Luxembourg adopts its own national classification of risk areas, hence travel restrictions for Luxembourg are not based on the common “EU Traffic Lights” map.

    Nationals of an EU country or one of the Schengen Area associated countries, as well as Nationals of San Marino, Andorra, Monaco and the Vatican/Holy See, are free to enter the European Union, irrespective of the purpose of their stay and not only to return to their home. 

     

    Is a coronavirus test required? 

    Yes, from 29 January to 28 February, any person, regardless of their nationality, aged 6 or over, travelling by air transport to the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, must present a negative result (on paper or electronic document) of a viral detection test by PCR, or of a viral rapid antigen test. This obligation does not apply to travel by land or sea.

    The test should be carried out within 72 hours of take-off. The negative test result must be presented or should be translated, in one of the administrative languages (Luxembourgish, French, German) of Luxembourg, or in English.

    Several persons are exempt from this obligation:

    • People on duty employed in the transport sector and passengers in transit from the airport;
    • Persons making a return journey by air, for less than 72 hours, from the Grand Duchy to a country which is a member of the Schengen area or the European Union, provided they have not left the Schengen area or the territory of the EU Member States during this period;
    • Members of the diplomatic corps, personnel of international organisations and persons invited by these international organisations whose physical presence is required for the proper functioning of these organisations, military personnel, personnel in the field of development cooperation and humanitarian aid, and civil protection personnel in the exercise of their respective functions, provided that their stay in Luxembourg does not exceed 72 hours;
    • Persons who have had a recent SARS-CoV-2 infection within 3 months prior to travel and who have completed the applicable isolation period in the respective country with the disappearance of any symptoms of infection. These persons should present a medical certificate attesting to these facts.

     

    Is a quarantine required? 

    No, it is not required to undergo a mandatory quarantine upon entry.  

     

    Find out more:
    covid19.public.lu

     

    Contact Point for Luxembourg: 

    For important medical questions concerning COVID-19, the Health Helpline (247-65533) is available from Monday to Friday between 8:00 and 18:00; on weekends between 10:00 and 18:00. Additional Hotlines and contacts are available.

    Documents you need to travel in Europe

    *Transit: Transit this country is allowed

    *From Third Countries:

    Is a coronavirus test required? 

    From 29 January to 28 February, any person, regardless of their nationality, aged 6 or over, travelling by air transport to the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, must present a negative result (on paper or electronic document) of a viral detection test by PCR, or of a viral rapid antigen test. 

    The test should be carried out within 72 hours of take-off. The negative test result must be presented or should be translated, in one of the administrative languages (Luxembourgish, French, German) of Luxembourg, or in English.

    In addition, any person travelling by air from a third country will have to undergo an additional viral rapid antigen test on arrival at Luxembourg airport. This obligation also applies to any person travelling by air to Luxembourg that is departing from a third country and transiting through an airport of an EU Member State or a Schengen associated country.

    The obligation to present a negative test on boarding, and to submit to an additional test on arrival, also applies to persons residing in one of the countries on the list of third countries whose residents are currently authorised to enter the Luxembourg territory, including for non-essential travel, namely Australia, South Korea, Japan, New Zealand, Rwanda, Singapore and Thailand

    The following persons are exempt from the testing obligation:

    • People on duty employed in the transport sector and passengers in transit from the airport;
    • Persons making a return journey by air, for less than 72 hours, from the Grand Duchy to a country which is a member of the Schengen area or the European Union, provided they have not left the Schengen area or the territory of the EU Member States during this period;
    • Members of the diplomatic corps, personnel of international organisations and persons invited by these international organisations whose physical presence is required for the proper functioning of these organisations, military personnel, personnel in the field of development cooperation and humanitarian aid, and civil protection personnel in the exercise of their respective functions, provided that their stay in Luxembourg does not exceed 72 hours;
    • Persons who have had a recent SARS-CoV-2 infection within 3 months prior to travel and who have completed the applicable isolation period in the respective country with the disappearance of any symptoms of infection. These persons should present a medical certificate attesting to these facts.

    Please note that the testing obligations applicable to all persons wishing to enter Luxembourg from a third country are in addition to the temporary restrictions already in place for non-essential travel to the EU. As a reminder, third-country nationals coming from a third country can no longer enter the territory of the Grand Duchy until 31 March 2021 inclusive, except for certain categories of exempted persons.

     

    Is a quarantine required? 

    If the person refuses to submit to a test, he or she will remain in quarantine for 14 days. This quarantine may be terminated as soon as a negative test result is obtained.

     

    For more details on the travel restrictions and exemptions, please visit: 
    covid19.public.lu

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Luxembourg: In response to a sharp rise in the number of COVID-19 cases in Luxembourg, additional measures have been put in place to limit the spread of the virus.
    You must wear a face covering and observe the standard social distancing requirement when travelling through Luxembourg Airport (Findel). Your mask should not be removed during security control. Hand sanitiser is available throughout the terminal where hand washing is unavailable.
    Face coverings must be worn on public transport and in all indoor areas open to the public and where the public is circulating.
    Breaches of regulations can result in fines of up to €1000.
    *Accommodation: There are no restrictions on booking hotel rooms or guesthouses. However, hotel or guesthouse bars and restaurants are closed to the public. Room service and take-away are available. Face coverings must be worn in public areas, and where the social distancing requirement cannot be met.
    *Public spaces and services: Face coverings must be worn in shops, supermarkets, exhibitions, and other places that are open to the public.
    The Luxembourg government has extended the curfew, and people are required to remain at home from 11pm to 6am. Outings during these hours are only permitted in certain specified circumstances; these can be accessed with further details on the Luxembourg government website. Restaurants and bars are closed to the public until 21 February 2021. Take-away, drive-through and home delivery services remain available. Other restrictions include limiting the additional number of people allowed at gatherings at home or private events to a maximum of two visitors, who must be from the same household. Gatherings of 4 to 10 people in a public space are allowed, subject to wearing of a mask. With some exceptions, gatherings of 10 to 100 people are allowed on condition that people are assigned seating, observe 2 metres distancing and wear a mask. The consumption of alcohol outdoors is prohibited. Cinemas, theatres and cultural events have reopened. Shops, hairdressers and beauticians are open. Indoor sports facilities, gyms, swimming pools and aquatic centres have reopened with strict hygiene restrictions in place.
    To find out more about local restrictions, please refer to the Luxembourg government website.

    Read more
    06.02.2021
  • Luxembourg Latest News: From 24 December, all airline passengers from the UK are required to have a negative COVID-19 test result. (Gov.Uk, 23.12.2020). Luxembourg government have banned all air passenger flights between the UK and Luxembourg until 3 January 2021 (Gov.UK, 22.12.2020)

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry to Luxembourg: • The Luxembourg Government has announced that from 1 January 2021 UK nationals will not be permitted entry to Luxembourg for non-essential purposes due to EU-wide COVID-19 restrictions on non-EU and EEA nationals. More information is provided on the Luxembourg government website. Essential travel is still permitted and a list of exemptions for entering Luxembourg can be found here.
    • From Friday 29 January to Sunday 28 February 2021 the Luxembourg Government requires all airline passengers , from the age of six years old, to be in possession of a negative PCR COVID-19 test result. This test should be taken no more than 72 hours before the flight. Proof of a negative viral antigen (rapid test), taken no more than last 72 hours before the flight, will also be accepted.
    • In addition, all airline passengers from the UK will have to undergo an additional rapid antigen test on arrival at Luxembourg airport. Those refusing will be required to quarantine for 14 days, or until in receipt of a negative test.
    If you are travelling to Luxembourg by air, you will also be asked to complete a passenger locator form while on the plane.


    *From within the EU:

    Luxembourg adopts its own national classification of risk areas, hence travel restrictions for Luxembourg are not based on the common “EU Traffic Lights” map.

    Nationals of an EU country or one of the Schengen Area associated countries, as well as Nationals of San Marino, Andorra, Monaco and the Vatican/Holy See, are free to enter the European Union, irrespective of the purpose of their stay and not only to return to their home. 

     

    Is a coronavirus test required? 

    Yes, from 29 January to 28 February, any person, regardless of their nationality, aged 6 or over, travelling by air transport to the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, must present a negative result (on paper or electronic document) of a viral detection test by PCR, or of a viral rapid antigen test. This obligation does not apply to travel by land or sea.

    The test should be carried out within 72 hours of take-off. The negative test result must be presented or should be translated, in one of the administrative languages (Luxembourgish, French, German) of Luxembourg, or in English.

    Several persons are exempt from this obligation:

    • People on duty employed in the transport sector and passengers in transit from the airport;
    • Persons making a return journey by air, for less than 72 hours, from the Grand Duchy to a country which is a member of the Schengen area or the European Union, provided they have not left the Schengen area or the territory of the EU Member States during this period;
    • Members of the diplomatic corps, personnel of international organisations and persons invited by these international organisations whose physical presence is required for the proper functioning of these organisations, military personnel, personnel in the field of development cooperation and humanitarian aid, and civil protection personnel in the exercise of their respective functions, provided that their stay in Luxembourg does not exceed 72 hours;
    • Persons who have had a recent SARS-CoV-2 infection within 3 months prior to travel and who have completed the applicable isolation period in the respective country with the disappearance of any symptoms of infection. These persons should present a medical certificate attesting to these facts.

     

    Is a quarantine required? 

    No, it is not required to undergo a mandatory quarantine upon entry.  

     

    Find out more:
    covid19.public.lu

     

    Contact Point for Luxembourg: 

    For important medical questions concerning COVID-19, the Health Helpline (247-65533) is available from Monday to Friday between 8:00 and 18:00; on weekends between 10:00 and 18:00. Additional Hotlines and contacts are available.

    Documents you need to travel in Europe

    *Transit: Transit is permitted.

    *From within the EU:

    Luxembourg adopts its own national classification of risk areas, hence travel restrictions for Luxembourg are not based on the common “EU Traffic Lights” map.

    Nationals of an EU country or one of the Schengen Area associated countries, as well as Nationals of San Marino, Andorra, Monaco and the Vatican/Holy See, are free to enter the European Union, irrespective of the purpose of their stay and not only to return to their home. 

     

    Is a coronavirus test required? 

    Yes, from 29 January to 28 February, any person, regardless of their nationality, aged 6 or over, travelling by air transport to the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, must present a negative result (on paper or electronic document) of a viral detection test by PCR, or of a viral rapid antigen test. This obligation does not apply to travel by land or sea.

    The test should be carried out within 72 hours of take-off. The negative test result must be presented or should be translated, in one of the administrative languages (Luxembourgish, French, German) of Luxembourg, or in English.

    Several persons are exempt from this obligation:

    • People on duty employed in the transport sector and passengers in transit from the airport;
    • Persons making a return journey by air, for less than 72 hours, from the Grand Duchy to a country which is a member of the Schengen area or the European Union, provided they have not left the Schengen area or the territory of the EU Member States during this period;
    • Members of the diplomatic corps, personnel of international organisations and persons invited by these international organisations whose physical presence is required for the proper functioning of these organisations, military personnel, personnel in the field of development cooperation and humanitarian aid, and civil protection personnel in the exercise of their respective functions, provided that their stay in Luxembourg does not exceed 72 hours;
    • Persons who have had a recent SARS-CoV-2 infection within 3 months prior to travel and who have completed the applicable isolation period in the respective country with the disappearance of any symptoms of infection. These persons should present a medical certificate attesting to these facts.

     

    Is a quarantine required? 

    No, it is not required to undergo a mandatory quarantine upon entry.  

     

    Find out more:
    covid19.public.lu

     

    Contact Point for Luxembourg: 

    For important medical questions concerning COVID-19, the Health Helpline (247-65533) is available from Monday to Friday between 8:00 and 18:00; on weekends between 10:00 and 18:00. Additional Hotlines and contacts are available.

    Documents you need to travel in Europe

    *Transit: Transit this country is allowed

    *From Third Countries:

    Is a coronavirus test required? 

    From 29 January to 28 February, any person, regardless of their nationality, aged 6 or over, travelling by air transport to the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, must present a negative result (on paper or electronic document) of a viral detection test by PCR, or of a viral rapid antigen test. 

    The test should be carried out within 72 hours of take-off. The negative test result must be presented or should be translated, in one of the administrative languages (Luxembourgish, French, German) of Luxembourg, or in English.

    In addition, any person travelling by air from a third country will have to undergo an additional viral rapid antigen test on arrival at Luxembourg airport. This obligation also applies to any person travelling by air to Luxembourg that is departing from a third country and transiting through an airport of an EU Member State or a Schengen associated country.

    The obligation to present a negative test on boarding, and to submit to an additional test on arrival, also applies to persons residing in one of the countries on the list of third countries whose residents are currently authorised to enter the Luxembourg territory, including for non-essential travel, namely Australia, South Korea, Japan, New Zealand, Rwanda, Singapore and Thailand

    The following persons are exempt from the testing obligation:

    • People on duty employed in the transport sector and passengers in transit from the airport;
    • Persons making a return journey by air, for less than 72 hours, from the Grand Duchy to a country which is a member of the Schengen area or the European Union, provided they have not left the Schengen area or the territory of the EU Member States during this period;
    • Members of the diplomatic corps, personnel of international organisations and persons invited by these international organisations whose physical presence is required for the proper functioning of these organisations, military personnel, personnel in the field of development cooperation and humanitarian aid, and civil protection personnel in the exercise of their respective functions, provided that their stay in Luxembourg does not exceed 72 hours;
    • Persons who have had a recent SARS-CoV-2 infection within 3 months prior to travel and who have completed the applicable isolation period in the respective country with the disappearance of any symptoms of infection. These persons should present a medical certificate attesting to these facts.

    Please note that the testing obligations applicable to all persons wishing to enter Luxembourg from a third country are in addition to the temporary restrictions already in place for non-essential travel to the EU. As a reminder, third-country nationals coming from a third country can no longer enter the territory of the Grand Duchy until 31 March 2021 inclusive, except for certain categories of exempted persons.

     

    Is a quarantine required? 

    If the person refuses to submit to a test, he or she will remain in quarantine for 14 days. This quarantine may be terminated as soon as a negative test result is obtained.

     

    For more details on the travel restrictions and exemptions, please visit: 
    covid19.public.lu

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Luxembourg: In response to a sharp rise in the number of COVID-19 cases in Luxembourg, additional measures have been put in place to limit the spread of the virus. You must wear a face covering and observe the standard social distancing requirement when travelling through Luxembourg Airport (Findel). Your mask should not be removed during security control. Hand sanitiser is available throughout the terminal where hand washing is unavailable. Face coverings must be worn on public transport and in all indoor areas open to the public and where the public is circulating. Breaches of regulations can result in fines of up to €1000.
    *Accommodation: There are no restrictions on booking hotel rooms or guesthouses. However, hotel or guesthouse bars and restaurants are closed to the public. Room service and take-away are available. Face coverings must be worn in public areas, and where the social distancing requirement cannot be met.
    *Public spaces and services: Face coverings must be worn in shops, supermarkets, exhibitions, and other places that are open to the public. The Luxembourg government has extended the curfew, and people are required to remain at home from 11pm to 6am. Outings during these hours are only permitted in certain specified circumstances; these can be accessed with further details on the Luxembourg government website. Restaurants and bars are closed to the public until 21 February 2021. Take-away, drive-through and home delivery services remain available. Other restrictions include limiting the additional number of people allowed at gatherings at home or private events to a maximum of two visitors, who must be from the same household. Gatherings of 4 to 10 people in a public space are allowed, subject to wearing of a mask. With some exceptions, gatherings of 10 to 100 people are allowed on condition that people are assigned seating, observe 2 metres distancing and wear a mask. The consumption of alcohol outdoors is prohibited. Cinemas, theatres and cultural events have reopened. Shops, hairdressers and beauticians are open. Indoor sports facilities, gyms, swimming pools and aquatic centres have reopened with strict hygiene restrictions in place. To find out more about local restrictions, please refer to the Luxembourg government website.

    Read more
    05.02.2021
  • Luxembourg Latest News: From 24 December, all airline passengers from the UK are required to have a negative COVID-19 test result. (Gov.Uk, 23.12.2020). Luxembourg government have banned all air passenger flights between the UK and Luxembourg until 3 January 2021 (Gov.UK, 22.12.2020)

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry to Luxembourg: • The Luxembourg Government has announced that from 1 January 2021 UK nationals will not be permitted entry to Luxembourg for non-essential purposes due to EU-wide COVID-19 restrictions on non-EU and EEA nationals. More information is provided on the Luxembourg government website. Essential travel is still permitted and a list of exemptions for entering Luxembourg can be found here.
    • From Friday 29 January to Sunday 28 February 2021 the Luxembourg Government requires all airline passengers , from the age of six years old, to be in possession of a negative PCR COVID-19 test result. This test should be taken no more than 72 hours before the flight. Proof of a negative viral antigen (rapid test), taken no more than last 72 hours before the flight, will also be accepted.
    • In addition, all airline passengers from the UK will have to undergo an additional rapid antigen test on arrival at Luxembourg airport. Those refusing will be required to quarantine for 14 days, or until in receipt of a negative test
    If you are travelling to Luxembourg by air, you will also be asked to complete a passenger locator form while on the plane.


    *From within the EU:

    Luxembourg adopts its own national classification of risk areas, hence travel restrictions for Luxembourg are not based on the common “EU Traffic Lights” map.

    Nationals of an EU country or one of the Schengen Area associated countries, as well as Nationals of San Marino, Andorra, Monaco and the Vatican/Holy See, are free to enter the European Union, irrespective of the purpose of their stay and not only to return to their home.

     

    Is a coronavirus test required? 

    No, it is not required to show the negative result of a Covid-19 test before entering Luxembourg. Nevertheless, passengers arriving by air can be tested free of charge at Luxembourg Airport on a voluntary basis or at one of the eight test stations in the country through appointment on www.covidtesting.lu, provided that a Luxembourg social security number (CNS number) is available. 

     

    Is a quarantine required? 

    No, it is not required to undergo a mandatory quarantine upon entry.  A 10-day isolation will be applied only in case of a positive COVID-19 test result.

     

    Find out more:
    covid19.public.lu

     

    Contact Point for Luxembourg: 

    For important medical questions concerning COVID-19, the Health Helpline (247-65533) is available from Monday to Friday between 8:00 and 18:00; on weekends between 10:00 and 18:00. Additional Hotlines and contacts are available.

    Documents you need to travel in Europe

    *Transit: Transit is permitted.

    *From within the EU:

    Luxembourg adopts its own national classification of risk areas, hence travel restrictions for Luxembourg are not based on the common “EU Traffic Lights” map.

    Nationals of an EU country or one of the Schengen Area associated countries, as well as Nationals of San Marino, Andorra, Monaco and the Vatican/Holy See, are free to enter the European Union, irrespective of the purpose of their stay and not only to return to their home. 

     

    Is a coronavirus test required? 

    Yes, from 29 January to 28 February, any person, regardless of their nationality, aged 6 or over, travelling by air transport to the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, must present a negative result (on paper or electronic document) of a viral detection test by PCR, or of a viral rapid antigen test. This obligation does not apply to travel by land or sea.

    The test should be carried out within 72 hours of take-off. The negative test result must be presented or should be translated, in one of the administrative languages (Luxembourgish, French, German) of Luxembourg, or in English.

    Several persons are exempt from this obligation:

    • People on duty employed in the transport sector and passengers in transit from the airport;
    • Persons making a return journey by air, for less than 72 hours, from the Grand Duchy to a country which is a member of the Schengen area or the European Union, provided they have not left the Schengen area or the territory of the EU Member States during this period;
    • Members of the diplomatic corps, personnel of international organisations and persons invited by these international organisations whose physical presence is required for the proper functioning of these organisations, military personnel, personnel in the field of development cooperation and humanitarian aid, and civil protection personnel in the exercise of their respective functions, provided that their stay in Luxembourg does not exceed 72 hours;
    • Persons who have had a recent SARS-CoV-2 infection within 3 months prior to travel and who have completed the applicable isolation period in the respective country with the disappearance of any symptoms of infection. These persons should present a medical certificate attesting to these facts.

     

    Is a quarantine required? 

    No, it is not required to undergo a mandatory quarantine upon entry.  

     

    Find out more:
    covid19.public.lu

     

    Contact Point for Luxembourg: 

    For important medical questions concerning COVID-19, the Health Helpline (247-65533) is available from Monday to Friday between 8:00 and 18:00; on weekends between 10:00 and 18:00. Additional Hotlines and contacts are available.

    Documents you need to travel in Europe

    *Transit: Transit this country is allowed

    *From Third Countries:

    Is a coronavirus test required? 

    From 29 January to 28 February, any person, regardless of their nationality, aged 6 or over, travelling by air transport to the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, must present a negative result (on paper or electronic document) of a viral detection test by PCR, or of a viral rapid antigen test. 

    The test should be carried out within 72 hours of take-off. The negative test result must be presented or should be translated, in one of the administrative languages (Luxembourgish, French, German) of Luxembourg, or in English.

    In addition, any person travelling by air from a third country will have to undergo an additional viral rapid antigen test on arrival at Luxembourg airport. This obligation also applies to any person travelling by air to Luxembourg that is departing from a third country and transiting through an airport of an EU Member State or a Schengen associated country.

    The obligation to present a negative test on boarding, and to submit to an additional test on arrival, also applies to persons residing in one of the countries on the list of third countries whose residents are currently authorised to enter the Luxembourg territory, including for non-essential travel, namely Australia, South Korea, Japan, New Zealand, Rwanda, Singapore and Thailand

    The following persons are exempt from the testing obligation:

    • People on duty employed in the transport sector and passengers in transit from the airport;
    • Persons making a return journey by air, for less than 72 hours, from the Grand Duchy to a country which is a member of the Schengen area or the European Union, provided they have not left the Schengen area or the territory of the EU Member States during this period;
    • Members of the diplomatic corps, personnel of international organisations and persons invited by these international organisations whose physical presence is required for the proper functioning of these organisations, military personnel, personnel in the field of development cooperation and humanitarian aid, and civil protection personnel in the exercise of their respective functions, provided that their stay in Luxembourg does not exceed 72 hours;
    • Persons who have had a recent SARS-CoV-2 infection within 3 months prior to travel and who have completed the applicable isolation period in the respective country with the disappearance of any symptoms of infection. These persons should present a medical certificate attesting to these facts.

    Please note that the testing obligations applicable to all persons wishing to enter Luxembourg from a third country are in addition to the temporary restrictions already in place for non-essential travel to the EU. As a reminder, third-country nationals coming from a third country can no longer enter the territory of the Grand Duchy until 31 March 2021 inclusive, except for certain categories of exempted persons.

     

    Is a quarantine required? 

    If the person refuses to submit to a test, he or she will remain in quarantine for 14 days. This quarantine may be terminated as soon as a negative test result is obtained.

     

    For more details on the travel restrictions and exemptions, please visit: 
    covid19.public.lu

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Luxembourg: In response to a sharp rise in the number of COVID-19 cases in Luxembourg, additional measures have been put in place to limit the spread of the virus. You must wear a face covering and observe the standard social distancing requirement when travelling through Luxembourg Airport (Findel). Your mask should not be removed during security control. Hand sanitiser is available throughout the terminal where hand washing is unavailable. Face coverings must be worn on public transport and in all indoor areas open to the public and where the public is circulating. Breaches of regulations can result in fines of up to €1000.
    *Accommodation: There are no restrictions on booking hotel rooms or guesthouses. However, hotel or guesthouse bars and restaurants are closed to the public. Room service and take-away are available. Face coverings must be worn in public areas, and where the social distancing requirement cannot be met.
    *Public spaces and services: Face coverings must be worn in shops, supermarkets, exhibitions, and other places that are open to the public. The Luxembourg government has extended the curfew, and people are required to remain at home from 11pm to 6am. Outings during these hours are only permitted in certain specified circumstances; these can be accessed with further details on the Luxembourg government website. Restaurants and bars are closed to the public until 21 February 2021. Take-away, drive-through and home delivery services remain available. Other restrictions include limiting the additional number of people allowed at gatherings at home or private events to a maximum of two visitors, who must be from the same household. Gatherings of 4 to 10 people in a public space are allowed, subject to wearing of a mask. With some exceptions, gatherings of 10 to 100 people are allowed on condition that people are assigned seating, observe 2 metres distancing and wear a mask. The consumption of alcohol outdoors is prohibited. Cinemas, theatres and cultural events have reopened. Shops, hairdressers and beauticians are open. Indoor sports facilities, gyms, swimming pools and aquatic centres have reopened with strict hygiene restrictions in place. To find out more about local restrictions, please refer to the Luxembourg government website.

    Read more
    02.02.2021
  • Luxembourg Latest News: From 24 December, all airline passengers from the UK are required to have a negative COVID-19 test result. (Gov.Uk, 23.12.2020). Luxembourg government have banned all air passenger flights between the UK and Luxembourg until 3 January 2021 (Gov.UK, 22.12.2020)

    International Restrictions:
    *Entry to Luxembourg: • The Luxembourg Government has announced that from 1 January 2021 UK nationals will not be permitted entry to Luxembourg for non-essential purposes due to EU-wide COVID-19 restrictions on non-EU and EEA nationals. More information is provided on the Luxembourg government website. Essential travel is still permitted and a list of exemptions for entering Luxembourg can be found here.
    • From Friday 29 January to Sunday 28 February 2021 the Luxembourg Government requires all airline passengers , from the age of six years old, to be in possession of a negative PCR COVID-19 test result. This test should be taken no more than 72 hours before the flight. Proof of a negative viral antigen (rapid test), taken no more than last 72 hours before the flight, will also be accepted.
    • In addition, all airline passengers from the UK will have to undergo an additional rapid antigen test on arrival at Luxembourg airport. Those refusing will be required to quarantine for 14 days, or until in receipt of a negative test
    If you are travelling to Luxembourg by air, you will also be asked to complete a passenger locator form while on the plane.


    *From within the EU:

    Luxembourg adopts its own national classification of risk areas, hence travel restrictions for Luxembourg are not based on the common “EU Traffic Lights” map.

    Nationals of an EU country or one of the Schengen Area associated countries, as well as Nationals of San Marino, Andorra, Monaco and the Vatican/Holy See, are free to enter the European Union, irrespective of the purpose of their stay and not only to return to their home.

     

    Is a coronavirus test required? 

    No, it is not required to show the negative result of a Covid-19 test before entering Luxembourg. Nevertheless, passengers arriving by air can be tested free of charge at Luxembourg Airport on a voluntary basis or at one of the eight test stations in the country through appointment on www.covidtesting.lu, provided that a Luxembourg social security number (CNS number) is available. 

     

    Is a quarantine required? 

    No, it is not required to undergo a mandatory quarantine upon entry.  A 10-day isolation will be applied only in case of a positive COVID-19 test result.

     

    Find out more:
    covid19.public.lu

     

    Contact Point for Luxembourg: 

    For important medical questions concerning COVID-19, the Health Helpline (247-65533) is available from Monday to Friday between 8:00 and 18:00; on weekends between 10:00 and 18:00. Additional Hotlines and contacts are available.

    Documents you need to travel in Europe

    *Transit: Transit is permitted.

    *From Third Countries:

    As of 1 January 2021, the UK is considered a third country with regards to temporary restrictions on non-essential travel to the EU. Passengers returning to Luxembourg from the UK must meet the following conditions:

    • be in possession of a negative PCR test taken less than 48 hours ago;
    • be in possession of a negative PCR test dated between 48 and 72 hours. These persons must undergo a new PCR test upon arrival at Luxembourg airport and must place themselves into quarantine until a negative test result has been received.

    Alternatively, antigen tests are accepted under the same conditions as outlined above.

    Additional information is available on mae.lu

    ____________________

    Third-country nationals coming from Australia, China, Hong Kong and Macao (subject to confirmation of reciprocity at EU level), Japan, New Zealand, Rwanda, Singapore, South Korea and Thailand, are allowed to enter the territory of Luxembourg without the necessity to provide a negative test result. These travellers are required to hold official documents proving their residence in one of these countries (residence permit, residence certificate, work permit, etc.), translated into one of the administrative languages of Luxembourg or into English.

    Third-country nationals who do not belong to the previous categories are not allowed to enter Luxembourg.

    Some exceptions apply for the following categories: 

    1. third-country nationals who have the status of long-term resident in accordance with European Directive 2003/109/EC and anyone who holds a national long-term visa.
    2. health professionals, health researchers and professionals involved in the care of old people;
    3. cross-border workers;
    4. seasonal workers in the agricultural sector;
    5. people working in the transport sector;
    6. members of the diplomatic corps, military personnel and similar categories; 
    7. passengers in transit;
    8. passengers travelling for duly justified urgent family reasons;
    9. sailors;
    10. people looking for international protection or travelling for humanitarian reasons;
    11. third-country nationals travelling for study purposes;
    12. highly-qualified workers from third countries if their employment is necessary in economic terms and their work cannot be postponed or carried out from abroad. 

    People who travel for family, work and study reasons (points 8, 11 and 12 of the previous list) must present a specific attestation. They must apply for this by sending a specific application by e-mail to the Passport, Visa and Legalisation Office (service.visas@mae.etat.lu). For further information, please contact the Passport, Visa and Legalisation Office by e-mail (service.visas@mae.etat.lu) or by phone ((+352) 247-88300).

    Apart from third-country nationals who belong to points 5,6 (including their family members) and 7 of the previous list, all the other travellers from the age of 11 belonging to the above-mentioned list, must present before boarding the negative result of a SARS-CoV-2 test, carried out less than 72 hours before the flight departure. The result of the biological test must be presented together with a translation into one of Luxembourg three administrative languages or English.

    Third-country nationals who are also family members of a European Union citizen or of a national of a Schengen Area associated country are free to enter, irrespective of the purpose of their stay, provided that they show a specific attestation issued by the Luxembourgish authorities for the purpose of a short visit or also a letter demonstrating the family reunification or a residence permit.

    To know more:

    Guichet.lu

    Visit Luxembourg

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Luxembourg: In response to a sharp rise in the number of COVID-19 cases in Luxembourg, additional measures have been put in place to limit the spread of the virus. You must wear a face covering and observe the standard social distancing requirement when travelling through Luxembourg Airport (Findel). Your mask should not be removed during security control. Hand sanitiser is available throughout the terminal where hand washing is unavailable. Face coverings must be worn on public transport and in all indoor areas open to the public and where the public is circulating. Breaches of regulations can result in fines of up to €1000.
    *Accommodation: There are no restrictions on booking hotel rooms or guesthouses. However, hotel or guesthouse bars and restaurants are closed to the public. Room service and take-away are available. Face coverings must be worn in public areas, and where the social distancing requirement cannot be met.
    *Public spaces and services: Face coverings must be worn in shops, supermarkets, exhibitions, and other places that are open to the public. The Luxembourg government has extended the curfew, and people are required to remain at home from 11pm to 6am. Outings during these hours are only permitted in certain specified circumstances; these can be accessed with further details on the Luxembourg government website. Restaurants and bars are closed to the public until 21 February 2021. Take-away, drive-through and home delivery services remain available. Other restrictions include limiting the additional number of people allowed at gatherings at home or private events to a maximum of two visitors, who must be from the same household. Gatherings of 4 to 10 people in a public space are allowed, subject to wearing of a mask. With some exceptions, gatherings of 10 to 100 people are allowed on condition that people are assigned seating, observe 2 metres distancing and wear a mask. The consumption of alcohol outdoors is prohibited. Cinemas, theatres and cultural events have reopened. Shops, hairdressers and beauticians are open. Indoor sports facilities, gyms, swimming pools and aquatic centres have reopened with strict hygiene restrictions in place. To find out more about local restrictions, please refer to the Luxembourg government website.

    Read more
    29.01.2021
  • Luxembourg Latest News: From 24 December, all airline passengers from the UK are required to have a negative COVID-19 test result. (Gov.Uk, 23.12.2020). Luxembourg government have banned all air passenger flights between the UK and Luxembourg until 3 January 2021 (Gov.UK, 22.12.2020)

    International Restrictions:
    *From within the EU:

    Note: Luxembourg adopts its own national classification of risk areas, hence travel restrictions for Luxembourg are not based on the common “EU Traffic Lights” map.

    Nationals of an EU country or one of the Schengen Area associated countries, as well as Nationals of San Marino, Andorra, Monaco and the Vatican/Holy See, are free to enter the European Union, irrespective of the purpose of their stay and not only to return to their home. These people do not need to produce a negative test before entering the Grand Duchy.

    Find out more:
    covid19.public.lu

    Documents you need to travel in Europe

    *Transit: Transit is permitted.

    *From Third Countries:

    As of 1 January 2021, the UK is considered a third country with regards to temporary restrictions on non-essential travel to the EU. Passengers returning to Luxembourg from the UK must meet the following conditions:

    • be in possession of a negative PCR test taken less than 48 hours ago;
    • be in possession of a negative PCR test dated between 48 and 72 hours. These persons must undergo a new PCR test upon arrival at Luxembourg airport and must place themselves into quarantine until a negative test result has been received.

    Alternatively, antigen tests are accepted under the same conditions as outlined above.

    Additional information is available on mae.lu

    ____________________

    Third-country nationals coming from Australia, China, Hong Kong and Macao (subject to confirmation of reciprocity at EU level), Japan, New Zealand, Ruanda, Singapore, South Korea and Thailand, are allowed to enter the territory of Luxembourg without the necessity to provide a negative test result. These travellers are required to hold official documents proving their residence in one of these countries (residence permit, residence certificate, work permit, etc.), translated into one of the administrative languages of Luxembourg or into English.

    Third-country nationals who do not belong to the previous categories are not allowed to enter Luxembourg.

    Some exceptions apply for the following categories: 

    1. third-country nationals who have the status of long-term resident in accordance with European Directive 2003/109/EC and anyone who holds a national long-term visa.
    2. health professionals, health researchers and professionals involved in the care of old people;
    3. cross-border workers;
    4. seasonal workers in the agricultural sector;
    5. people working in the transport sector;
    6. members of the diplomatic corps, military personnel and similar categories; 
    7. passengers in transit;
    8. passengers travelling for duly justified urgent family reasons;
    9. sailors;
    10. people looking for international protection or travelling for humanitarian reasons;
    11. third-country nationals travelling for study purposes;
    12. highly-qualified workers from third countries if their employment is necessary in economic terms and their work cannot be postponed or carried out from abroad. 

    People who travel for family, work and study reasons (points 8, 11 and 12 of the previous list) must present a specific attestation. They must apply for this by sending a specific application by e-mail to the Passport, Visa and Legalisation Office (service.visas@mae.etat.lu). For further information, please contact the Passport, Visa and Legalisation Office by e-mail (service.visas@mae.etat.lu) or by phone ((+352) 247-88300).

    Apart from third-country nationals who belong to points 5,6 (including their family members) and 7 of the previous list, all the other travellers from the age of 11 belonging to the above-mentioned list, must present before boarding the negative result of a SARS-CoV-2 test, carried out less than 72 hours before the flight departure. The result of the biological test must be presented together with a translation into one of Luxembourg three administrative languages or English.

    Third-country nationals who are also family members of a European Union citizen or of a national of a Schengen Area associated country are free to enter, irrespective of the purpose of their stay, provided that they show a specific attestation issued by the Luxembourgish authorities for the purpose of a short visit or also a letter demonstrating the family reunification or a residence permit.

    To know more:

    Guichet.lu

    Visit Luxembourg

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Luxembourg: In response to a sharp rise in the number of COVID-19 cases in Luxembourg, additional measures have been put in place to limit the spread of the virus. You must wear a face covering and observe the standard social distancing requirement when travelling through Luxembourg Airport (Findel). Your mask should not be removed during security control. Hand sanitiser is available throughout the terminal where hand washing is unavailable. Face coverings must be worn on public transport and in all indoor areas open to the public and where the public is circulating. Breaches of regulations can result in fines of up to €1000.
    *Accommodation: There are no restrictions on booking hotel rooms or guesthouses. However, hotel or guesthouse bars and restaurants are closed to the public. Room service and take-away are available. Face coverings must be worn in public areas, and where the social distancing requirement cannot be met.
    *Public spaces and services: Face coverings must be worn in shops, supermarkets, exhibitions, and other places that are open to the public. The Luxembourg government has extended the curfew, and people are required to remain at home from 11pm to 6am. Outings during these hours are only permitted in certain specified circumstances; these can be accessed with further details on the Luxembourg government website. Restaurants and bars are closed to the public until 21 February 2021. Take-away, drive-through and home delivery services remain available. Other restrictions include limiting the additional number of people allowed at gatherings at home or private events to a maximum of two visitors, who must be from the same household. Gatherings of 4 to 10 people in a public space are allowed, subject to wearing of a mask. With some exceptions, gatherings of 10 to 100 people are allowed on condition that people are assigned seating, observe 2 metres distancing and wear a mask. The consumption of alcohol outdoors is prohibited. Cinemas, theatres and cultural events have reopened. Shops, hairdressers and beauticians are open. Indoor sports facilities, gyms, swimming pools and aquatic centres have reopened with strict hygiene restrictions in place. To find out more about local restrictions, please refer to the Luxembourg government website.

    Read more
    23.01.2021
  • Luxembourg Latest News: From 24 December, all airline passengers from the UK are required to have a negative COVID-19 test result. (Gov.Uk, 23.12.2020). Luxembourg government have banned all air passenger flights between the UK and Luxembourg until 3 January 2021 (Gov.UK, 22.12.2020)

    International Restrictions:
    *From within the EU:

    Note: Luxembourg adopts its own national classification of risk areas, hence travel restrictions for Luxembourg are not based on the common “EU Traffic Lights” map.

    Nationals of an EU country or one of the Schengen Area associated countries, as well as Nationals of San Marino, Andorra, Monaco and the Vatican/Holy See, are free to enter the European Union, irrespective of the purpose of their stay and not only to return to their home. These people do not need to produce a negative test before entering the Grand Duchy.

    Find out more:
    covid19.public.lu

    Documents you need to travel in Europe

    *Transit: Transit is permitted.

    *From Third Countries:

    As of 1 January 2021, the UK is considered a third country with regards to temporary restrictions on non-essential travel to the EU. Passengers returning to Luxembourg from the UK must meet the following conditions:

    • be in possession of a negative PCR test taken less than 48 hours ago;
    • be in possession of a negative PCR test dated between 48 and 72 hours. These persons must undergo a new PCR test upon arrival at Luxembourg airport and must place themselves into quarantine until a negative test result has been received.

    Alternatively, antigen tests are accepted under the same conditions as outlined above.

    Additional information is available on mae.lu

    ____________________

    Third-country nationals coming from Australia, China, Hong Kong and Macao (subject to confirmation of reciprocity at EU level), Japan, New Zealand, Ruanda, Singapore, South Korea and Thailand, are allowed to enter the territory of Luxembourg without the necessity to provide a negative test result. These travellers are required to hold official documents proving their residence in one of these countries (residence permit, residence certificate, work permit, etc.), translated into one of the administrative languages of Luxembourg or into English.

    Third-country nationals who do not belong to the previous categories are not allowed to enter Luxembourg.

    Some exceptions apply for the following categories: 

    1. third-country nationals who have the status of long-term resident in accordance with European Directive 2003/109/EC and anyone who holds a national long-term visa.
    2. health professionals, health researchers and professionals involved in the care of old people;
    3. cross-border workers;
    4. seasonal workers in the agricultural sector;
    5. people working in the transport sector;
    6. members of the diplomatic corps, military personnel and similar categories; 
    7. passengers in transit;
    8. passengers travelling for duly justified urgent family reasons;
    9. sailors;
    10. people looking for international protection or travelling for humanitarian reasons;
    11. third-country nationals travelling for study purposes;
    12. highly-qualified workers from third countries if their employment is necessary in economic terms and their work cannot be postponed or carried out from abroad. 

    People who travel for family, work and study reasons (points 8, 11 and 12 of the previous list) must present a specific attestation. They must apply for this by sending a specific application by e-mail to the Passport, Visa and Legalisation Office (service.visas@mae.etat.lu). For further information, please contact the Passport, Visa and Legalisation Office by e-mail (service.visas@mae.etat.lu) or by phone ((+352) 247-88300).

    Apart from third-country nationals who belong to points 5,6 (including their family members) and 7 of the previous list, all the other travellers from the age of 11 belonging to the above-mentioned list, must present before boarding the negative result of a SARS-CoV-2 test, carried out less than 72 hours before the flight departure. The result of the biological test must be presented together with a translation into one of Luxembourg three administrative languages or English.

    Third-country nationals who are also family members of a European Union citizen or of a national of a Schengen Area associated country are free to enter, irrespective of the purpose of their stay, provided that they show a specific attestation issued by the Luxembourgish authorities for the purpose of a short visit or also a letter demonstrating the family reunification or a residence permit.

    To know more:

    Guichet.lu

    Visit Luxembourg

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Luxembourg: In response to a sharp rise in the number of COVID-19 cases in Luxembourg, additional measures have been put in place to limit the spread of the virus. You must wear a face covering and observe the standard social distancing requirement when travelling through Luxembourg Airport (Findel). Your mask should not be removed during security control. Hand sanitiser is available throughout the terminal where hand washing is unavailable. Face coverings must be worn on public transport and in all indoor areas open to the public and where the public is circulating. Breaches of regulations can result in fines of up to €1000.
    *Accommodation: There are no restrictions on booking hotel rooms or guesthouses. However, hotel or guesthouse bars and restaurants are closed to the public. Room service and take-away are available. Face coverings must be worn in public areas, and where the social distancing requirement cannot be met.
    *Public spaces and services: Face coverings must be worn in shops, supermarkets, exhibitions, and other places that are open to the public. The Luxembourg government has extended the curfew, and people are required to remain at home from 11pm to 6am. Outings during these hours are only permitted in certain specified circumstances; these can be accessed with further details on the Luxembourg government website . Restaurants and bars are closed to the public until 31 January 2021. Take-away, drive-through and home delivery services remain available. Other restrictions include limiting the additional number of people allowed at gatherings at home or private events to a maximum of two visitors, who must be from the same household. Gatherings of 4 to 10 people in a public space are allowed, subject to wearing of a mask. With some exceptions, gatherings of 10 to 100 people are allowed on condition that people are assigned seating, observe 2 metres distancing and wear a mask. The consumption of alcohol outdoors is prohibited. Cinemas, theatres and cultural events have reopened. Shops, hairdressers and beauticians are open. Indoor sports facilities, gyms, swimming pools and aquatic centres have reopened with strict hygiene restrictions in place. To find out more about local restrictions, please refer to theLuxembourg government website .

    Read more
    21.01.2021
  • Luxembourg Latest News: From 24 December, all airline passengers from the UK are required to have a negative COVID-19 test result. (Gov.Uk, 23.12.2020). Luxembourg government have banned all air passenger flights between the UK and Luxembourg until 3 January 2021 (Gov.UK, 22.12.2020)

    International Restrictions:
    *From within the EU:

    Note: Luxembourg adopts its own national classification of risk areas, hence travel restrictions for Luxembourg are not based on the common “EU Traffic Lights” map.

    Nationals of an EU country or one of the Schengen Area associated countries, as well as Nationals of San Marino, Andorra, Monaco and the Vatican/Holy See, are free to enter the European Union, irrespective of the purpose of their stay and not only to return to their home. These people do not need to produce a negative test before entering the Grand Duchy.

    Find out more:
    covid19.public.lu

    Documents you need to travel in Europe

    *Transit: Transit is permitted.
    *From Third Countries:

    As of 1 January 2021, the UK is considered a third country with regards to temporary restrictions on non-essential travel to the EU. Passengers returning to Luxembourg from the UK must meet the following conditions:

    • be in possession of a negative PCR test taken less than 48 hours ago;
    • be in possession of a negative PCR test dated between 48 and 72 hours. These persons must undergo a new PCR test upon arrival at Luxembourg airport and must place themselves into quarantine until a negative test result has been received.

    Alternatively, antigen tests are accepted under the same conditions as outlined above.

    Additional information is available on mae.lu

    ____________________

    Third-country nationals coming from Australia, China, Hong Kong and Macao (subject to confirmation of reciprocity at EU level), Japan, New Zealand, Ruanda, Singapore, South Korea and Thailand, are allowed to enter the territory of Luxembourg without the necessity to provide a negative test result. These travellers are required to hold official documents proving their residence in one of these countries (residence permit, residence certificate, work permit, etc.), translated into one of the administrative languages of Luxembourg or into English.

    Third-country nationals who do not belong to the previous categories are not allowed to enter Luxembourg.

    Some exceptions apply for the following categories: 

    1. third-country nationals who have the status of long-term resident in accordance with European Directive 2003/109/EC and anyone who holds a national long-term visa.
    2. health professionals, health researchers and professionals involved in the care of old people;
    3. cross-border workers;
    4. seasonal workers in the agricultural sector;
    5. people working in the transport sector;
    6. members of the diplomatic corps, military personnel and similar categories; 
    7. passengers in transit;
    8. passengers travelling for duly justified urgent family reasons;
    9. sailors;
    10. people looking for international protection or travelling for humanitarian reasons;
    11. third-country nationals travelling for study purposes;
    12. highly-qualified workers from third countries if their employment is necessary in economic terms and their work cannot be postponed or carried out from abroad. 

    People who travel for family, work and study reasons (points 8, 11 and 12 of the previous list) must present a specific attestation. They must apply for this by sending a specific application by e-mail to the Passport, Visa and Legalisation Office (service.visas@mae.etat.lu). For further information, please contact the Passport, Visa and Legalisation Office by e-mail (service.visas@mae.etat.lu) or by phone ((+352) 247-88300).

    Apart from third-country nationals who belong to points 5,6 (including their family members) and 7 of the previous list, all the other travellers from the age of 11 belonging to the above-mentioned list, must present before boarding the negative result of a SARS-CoV-2 test, carried out less than 72 hours before the flight departure. The result of the biological test must be presented together with a translation into one of Luxembourg three administrative languages or English.

    Third-country nationals who are also family members of a European Union citizen or of a national of a Schengen Area associated country are free to enter, irrespective of the purpose of their stay, provided that they show a specific attestation issued by the Luxembourgish authorities for the purpose of a short visit or also a letter demonstrating the family reunification or a residence permit.

    To know more:

    Guichet.lu

    Visit Luxembourg

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Luxembourg: In response to a sharp rise in the number of COVID-19 cases in Luxembourg, additional measures have been put in place to limit the spread of the virus. You must wear a face covering and observe the standard social distancing requirement when travelling through Luxembourg Airport (Findel). Your mask should not be removed during security control. Hand sanitiser is available throughout the terminal where hand washing is unavailable. Face coverings must be worn on public transport and in all indoor areas open to the public and where the public is circulating. Breaches of regulations can result in fines of up to €1000.
    *Accommodation: There are no restrictions on booking hotel rooms or guesthouses. However, hotel or guesthouse bars and restaurants are closed to the public. Room service and take-away are available. Face coverings must be worn in public areas, and where the social distancing requirement cannot be met.
    *Public spaces and services: Face coverings must be worn in shops, supermarkets, exhibitions, and other places that are open to the public. The Luxembourg government has extended the curfew, and people are required to remain at home from 11pm to 6am. Outings during these hours are only permitted in certain specified circumstances; these can be accessed with further details on the Luxembourg government website . Restaurants and bars are closed to the public until 31 January 2021. Take-away, drive-through and home delivery services remain available. Other restrictions include limiting the additional number of people allowed at gatherings at home or private events to a maximum of two visitors, who must be from the same household. Gatherings of 4 to 10 people in a public space are allowed, subject to wearing of a mask. With some exceptions, gatherings of 10 to 100 people are allowed on condition that people are assigned seating, observe 2 metres distancing and wear a mask. The consumption of alcohol outdoors is prohibited. Cinemas, theatres and cultural events have reopened. Shops, hairdressers and beauticians are open. Indoor sports facilities, gyms, swimming pools and aquatic centres have reopened with strict hygiene restrictions in place. To find out more about local restrictions, please refer to theLuxembourg government website .

    Read more
    18.01.2021
  • Luxembourg Latest News: From 24 December, all airline passengers from the UK are required to have a negative COVID-19 test result. (Gov.Uk, 23.12.2020). Luxembourg government have banned all air passenger flights between the UK and Luxembourg until 3 January 2021 (Gov.UK, 22.12.2020)

    International Restrictions:
    *From within the EU:

    Note: Luxembourg adopts its own national classification of risk areas, hence travel restrictions for Luxembourg are not based on the common “EU Traffic Lights” map.

    Nationals of an EU country or one of the Schengen Area associated countries, as well as Nationals of San Marino, Andorra, Monaco and the Vatican/Holy See, are free to enter the European Union, irrespective of the purpose of their stay and not only to return to their home. These people do not need to produce a negative test before entering the Grand Duchy.

    Find out more:
    covid19.public.lu

    Documents you need to travel in Europe

    *Transit:

    Transit is permitted.
    *From Third Countries:

    As of 1 January 2021, the UK is considered a third country with regards to temporary restrictions on non-essential travel to the EU. Passengers returning to Luxembourg from the UK must meet the following conditions:

    • be in possession of a negative PCR test taken less than 48 hours ago;
    • be in possession of a negative PCR test dated between 48 and 72 hours. These persons must undergo a new PCR test upon arrival at Luxembourg airport and must place themselves into quarantine until a negative test result has been received.

    Alternatively, antigen tests are accepted under the same conditions as outlined above.

    Additional information is available on mae.lu

    ____________________

    Third-country nationals coming from Australia, China, Hong Kong and Macao (subject to confirmation of reciprocity at EU level), Japan, New Zealand, Ruanda, Singapore, South Korea and Thailand, are allowed to enter the territory of Luxembourg without the necessity to provide a negative test result. These travellers are required to hold official documents proving their residence in one of these countries (residence permit, residence certificate, work permit, etc.), translated into one of the administrative languages of Luxembourg or into English.

    Third-country nationals who do not belong to the previous categories are not allowed to enter Luxembourg.

    Some exceptions apply for the following categories: 

    1. third-country nationals who have the status of long-term resident in accordance with European Directive 2003/109/EC and anyone who holds a national long-term visa.
    2. health professionals, health researchers and professionals involved in the care of old people;
    3. cross-border workers;
    4. seasonal workers in the agricultural sector;
    5. people working in the transport sector;
    6. members of the diplomatic corps, military personnel and similar categories; 
    7. passengers in transit;
    8. passengers travelling for duly justified urgent family reasons;
    9. sailors;
    10. people looking for international protection or travelling for humanitarian reasons;
    11. third-country nationals travelling for study purposes;
    12. highly-qualified workers from third countries if their employment is necessary in economic terms and their work cannot be postponed or carried out from abroad. 

    People who travel for family, work and study reasons (points 8, 11 and 12 of the previous list) must present a specific attestation. They must apply for this by sending a specific application by e-mail to the Passport, Visa and Legalisation Office (service.visas@mae.etat.lu). For further information, please contact the Passport, Visa and Legalisation Office by e-mail (service.visas@mae.etat.lu) or by phone ((+352) 247-88300).

    Apart from third-country nationals who belong to points 5,6 (including their family members) and 7 of the previous list, all the other travellers from the age of 11 belonging to the above-mentioned list, must present before boarding the negative result of a SARS-CoV-2 test, carried out less than 72 hours before the flight departure. The result of the biological test must be presented together with a translation into one of Luxembourg three administrative languages or English.

    Third-country nationals who are also family members of a European Union citizen or of a national of a Schengen Area associated country are free to enter, irrespective of the purpose of their stay, provided that they show a specific attestation issued by the Luxembourgish authorities for the purpose of a short visit or also a letter demonstrating the family reunification or a residence permit.

    To know more:

    Guichet.lu

    Visit Luxembourg

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Luxembourg: In response to a sharp rise in the number of COVID-19 cases in Luxembourg, additional measures have been put in place to limit the spread of the virus. You must wear a face covering and observe the standard social distancing requirement when travelling through Luxembourg Airport (Findel). Your mask should not be removed during security control. Hand sanitiser is available throughout the terminal where hand washing is unavailable. Face coverings must be worn on public transport and in all indoor areas open to the public and where the public is circulating. Breaches of regulations can result in fines of up to €1000.
    *Accommodation: There are no restrictions on booking hotel rooms or guesthouses. However, hotel or guesthouse bars and restaurants are closed to the public. Room service and take-away are available. Face coverings must be worn in public areas, and where the social distancing requirement cannot be met.
    *Public spaces and services: Face coverings must be worn in shops, supermarkets, exhibitions, and other places that are open to the public. The Luxembourg government has extended the curfew, and people are required to remain at home from 11pm to 6am. Outings during these hours are only permitted in certain specified circumstances; these can be accessed with further details on the Luxembourg government website . Restaurants and bars are closed to the public until 31 January 2021. Take-away, drive-through and home delivery services remain available. Other restrictions include limiting the additional number of people allowed at gatherings at home or private events to a maximum of two visitors, who must be from the same household. Gatherings of 4 to 10 people in a public space are allowed, subject to wearing of a mask. With some exceptions, gatherings of 10 to 100 people are allowed on condition that people are assigned seating, observe 2 metres distancing and wear a mask. The consumption of alcohol outdoors is prohibited. Cinemas, theatres and cultural events have reopened. Shops, hairdressers and beauticians are open. Indoor sports facilities, gyms, swimming pools and aquatic centres have reopened with strict hygiene restrictions in place. To find out more about local restrictions, please refer to theLuxembourg government website .

    Read more
    15.01.2021
  • Luxembourg Latest News: From 24 December, all airline passengers from the UK are required to have a negative COVID-19 test result. (Gov.Uk, 23.12.2020). Luxembourg government have banned all air passenger flights between the UK and Luxembourg until 3 January 2021 (Gov.UK, 22.12.2020)

    International Restrictions:
    *From within the EU:

    Note: Luxembourg adopts its own national classification of risk areas, hence travel restrictions for Luxembourg are not based on the common “EU Traffic Lights” map.

    Nationals of an EU country or one of the Schengen Area associated countries, as well as Nationals of San Marino, Andorra, Monaco and the Vatican/Holy See, are free to enter the European Union, irrespective of the purpose of their stay and not only to return to their home. These people do not need to produce a negative test before entering the Grand Duchy.

    Find out more:
    covid19.public.lu

    Documents you need to travel in Europe

    *Transit: Transit is permitted.

    *From Third Countries:

    As of 1 January 2021, the UK is considered a third country with regards to temporary restrictions on non-essential travel to the EU. Passengers returning to Luxembourg from the UK must meet the following conditions:

    • be in possession of a negative PCR test taken less than 48 hours ago;
    • be in possession of a negative PCR test dated between 48 and 72 hours. These persons must undergo a new PCR test upon arrival at Luxembourg airport and must place themselves into quarantine until a negative test result has been received.

    Alternatively, antigen tests are accepted under the same conditions as outlined above.

    Additional information is available on mae.lu

    ____________________

    Third-country nationals coming from Australia, China, Hong Kong and Macao (subject to confirmation of reciprocity at EU level), Japan, New Zealand, Ruanda, Singapore, South Korea and Thailand, are allowed to enter the territory of Luxembourg without the necessity to provide a negative test result. These travellers are required to hold official documents proving their residence in one of these countries (residence permit, residence certificate, work permit, etc.), translated into one of the administrative languages of Luxembourg or into English.

    Third-country nationals who do not belong to the previous categories are not allowed to enter Luxembourg.

    Some exceptions apply for the following categories: 

    1. third-country nationals who have the status of long-term resident in accordance with European Directive 2003/109/EC and anyone who holds a national long-term visa.
    2. health professionals, health researchers and professionals involved in the care of old people;
    3. cross-border workers;
    4. seasonal workers in the agricultural sector;
    5. people working in the transport sector;
    6. members of the diplomatic corps, military personnel and similar categories; 
    7. passengers in transit;
    8. passengers travelling for duly justified urgent family reasons;
    9. sailors;
    10. people looking for international protection or travelling for humanitarian reasons;
    11. third-country nationals travelling for study purposes;
    12. highly-qualified workers from third countries if their employment is necessary in economic terms and their work cannot be postponed or carried out from abroad. 

    People who travel for family, work and study reasons (points 8, 11 and 12 of the previous list) must present a specific attestation. They must apply for this by sending a specific application by e-mail to the Passport, Visa and Legalisation Office (service.visas@mae.etat.lu). For further information, please contact the Passport, Visa and Legalisation Office by e-mail (service.visas@mae.etat.lu) or by phone ((+352) 247-88300).

    Apart from third-country nationals who belong to points 5,6 (including their family members) and 7 of the previous list, all the other travellers from the age of 11 belonging to the above-mentioned list, must present before boarding the negative result of a SARS-CoV-2 test, carried out less than 72 hours before the flight departure. The result of the biological test must be presented together with a translation into one of Luxembourg three administrative languages or English.

    Third-country nationals who are also family members of a European Union citizen or of a national of a Schengen Area associated country are free to enter, irrespective of the purpose of their stay, provided that they show a specific attestation issued by the Luxembourgish authorities for the purpose of a short visit or also a letter demonstrating the family reunification or a residence permit.

    To know more:

    Guichet.lu

    Visit Luxembourg

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Luxembourg: In response to a sharp rise in the number of COVID-19 cases in Luxembourg, additional measures have been put in place to limit the spread of the virus. You must wear a face covering and observe the standard social distancing requirement when travelling through Luxembourg Airport (Findel). Your mask should not be removed during security control. Hand sanitiser is available throughout the terminal where hand washing is unavailable. Face coverings must be worn on public transport and in all indoor areas open to the public and where the public is circulating. Breaches of regulations can result in fines of up to €1000.
    *Accommodation: There are no restrictions on booking hotel rooms or guesthouses. However, hotel or guesthouse bars and restaurants are closed to the public. Room service and take-away are available. Face coverings must be worn in public areas, and where the social distancing requirement cannot be met.
    *Public spaces and services: Face coverings must be worn in shops, supermarkets, exhibitions, and other places that are open to the public. The Luxembourg government has extended the curfew, and people are required to remain at home from 11pm to 6am. Outings during these hours are only permitted in certain specified circumstances; these can be accessed with further details on the Luxembourg government website . Restaurants and bars are closed to the public until 31 January 2021. Take-away, drive-through and home delivery services remain available. Other restrictions include limiting the additional number of people allowed at gatherings at home or private events to a maximum of two visitors, who must be from the same household. Gatherings of 4 to 10 people in a public space are allowed, subject to wearing of a mask. With some exceptions, gatherings of 10 to 100 people are allowed on condition that people are assigned seating, observe 2 metres distancing and wear a mask. The consumption of alcohol outdoors is prohibited. Cinemas, theatres and cultural events have reopened. Shops, hairdressers and beauticians are open. Indoor sports facilities, gyms, swimming pools and aquatic centres have reopened with strict hygiene restrictions in place. To find out more about local restrictions, please refer to theLuxembourg government website .

    Read more
    13.01.2021
  • Luxembourg Latest News: From 24 December, all airline passengers from the UK are required to have a negative COVID-19 test result. (Gov.Uk, 23.12.2020). Luxembourg government have banned all air passenger flights between the UK and Luxembourg until 3 January 2021 (Gov.UK, 22.12.2020)

    International Restrictions:
    *From within the EU:

    Note: Luxembourg adopts its own national classification of risk areas, hence travel restrictions for Luxembourg are not based on the common “EU Traffic Lights” map.

    Nationals of an EU country or one of the Schengen Area associated countries, as well as Nationals of San Marino, Andorra, Monaco and the Vatican/Holy See, are free to enter the European Union, irrespective of the purpose of their stay and not only to return to their home. These people do not need to produce a negative test before entering the Grand Duchy.

    Find out more:
    covid19.public.lu

    Documents you need to travel in Europe

    *Transit: Transit is permitted.

    *From Third Countries:

    As of 1 January 2021, the UK is considered a third country with regards to temporary restrictions on non-essential travel to the EU. Passengers returning to Luxembourg from the UK must meet the following conditions:

    • be in possession of a negative PCR test taken less than 48 hours ago;
    • be in possession of a negative PCR test dated between 48 and 72 hours. These persons must undergo a new PCR test upon arrival at Luxembourg airport and must place themselves into quarantine until a negative test result has been received.

    Alternatively, antigen tests are accepted under the same conditions as outlined above.

    See also:
    Commission adopts Recommendation on EU coordinated approach to travel and transport in response to a new variant of coronavirus in the UK (22 December 2020)

    mae.lu

    ____________________

    Third-country nationals coming from Australia, China, Hong Kong and Macao (subject to confirmation of reciprocity at EU level), Japan, New Zealand, Ruanda, Singapore, South Korea, Thailand and Uruguay, are allowed to enter the territory of Luxembourg without the necessity to provide a negative test result. These travellers are required to hold official documents proving their residence in one of these countries (residence permit, residence certificate, work permit, etc.), translated into one of the administrative languages of Luxembourg or into English.

    Until 31/12/2020 (inclusive), third-country nationals who do not belong to the previous categories are not allwed to enter Luxembourg.

    Some exceptions apply for the following categories: 

    1. third-country nationals who have the status of long-term resident in accordance with European Directive 2003/109/EC and anyone who holds a national long-term visa.
    2. health professionals, health researchers and professionals involved in the care of old people;
    3. cross-border workers;
    4. seasonal workers in the agricultural sector;
    5. people working in the transport sector;
    6. members of the diplomatic corps, military personnel and similar categories; 
    7. passengers in transit;
    8. passengers travelling for duly justified urgent family reasons;
    9. sailors;
    10. people looking for international protection or travelling for humanitarian reasons;
    11. third-country nationals travelling for study purposes;
    12. highly-qualified workers from third countries if their employment is necessary in economic terms and their work cannot be postponed or carried out from abroad. 

    People who travel for family, work and study reasons (points 8, 11 and 12 of the previous list) must present a specific attestation. They must apply for this by sending a specific application by e-mail to the Passport, Visa and Legalisation Office (service.visas@mae.etat.lu). For further information, please contact the Passport, Visa and Legalisation Office by e-mail (service.visas@mae.etat.lu) or by phone ((+352) 247-88300).

    Apart from third-country nationals who belong to points 5,6 (including their family members) and 7 of the previous list, all the other travellers from the age of 11 belonging to the above-mentioned list, must present before boarding the negative result of a SARS-CoV-2 test, carried out less than 72 hours before the flight departure. The result of the biological test must be presented together with a translation into one of Luxembourg three administrative languages or English.

    Third-country nationals who are also family members of a European Union citizen or of a national of a Schengen Area associated country are free to enter, irrespective of the purpose of their stay, provided that they show a specific attestation issued by the Luxembourgish authorities for the purpose of a short visit or also a letter demonstrating the family reunification or a residence permit.

    To know more:

    Guichet.lu

    Visit Luxembourg

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Luxembourg: In response to a sharp rise in the number of COVID-19 cases in Luxembourg, additional measures have been put in place to limit the spread of the virus. You must wear a face covering and observe the standard social distancing requirement when travelling through Luxembourg Airport (Findel). Your mask should not be removed during security control. Hand sanitiser is available throughout the terminal where hand washing is unavailable. Face coverings must be worn on public transport and in all indoor areas open to the public and where the public is circulating. Breaches of regulations can result in fines of up to €1000.

    *Accommodation: There are no restrictions on booking hotel rooms or guesthouses. However, hotel or guesthouse bars and restaurants are closed to the public. Room service and take-away are available. Face coverings must be worn in public areas, and where the social distancing requirement cannot be met.
    *Public spaces and services: Face coverings must be worn in shops, supermarkets, exhibitions, and other places that are open to the public. The Luxembourg government has extended the curfew, and people are required to remain at home from 11pm to 6am. Outings during these hours are only permitted in certain specified circumstances; these can be accessed with further details on the Luxembourg government website. Restaurants and bars are closed to the public until 31 January 2021. Take-away, drive-through and home delivery services remain available. Other restrictions include limiting the additional number of people allowed at gatherings at home or private events to a maximum of two visitors, who must be from the same household. Gatherings of 4 to 10 people in a public space are allowed, subject to wearing of a mask. With some exceptions, gatherings of 10 to 100 people are allowed on condition that people are assigned seating, observe 2 metres distancing and wear a mask. The consumption of alcohol outdoors is prohibited. Cinemas, theatres and cultural events have reopened. Shops, hairdressers and beauticians are open. Indoor sports facilities, gyms, swimming pools and aquatic centres have reopened with strict hygiene restrictions in place. To find out more about local restrictions, please refer to the Luxembourg government website.

    Read more
    11.01.2021
  • Luxembourg Latest News: From 24 December, all airline passengers from the UK are required to have a negative COVID-19 test result. (Gov.Uk, 23.12.2020). Luxembourg government have banned all air passenger flights between the UK and Luxembourg until 3 January 2021 (Gov.UK, 22.12.2020)

    International Restrictions:
    *From within the EU:

    Note: Luxembourg adopts its own national classification of risk areas, hence travel restrictions for Luxembourg are not based on the common “EU Traffic Lights” map.

    Nationals of an EU country or one of the Schengen Area associated countries, as well as Nationals of San Marino, Andorra, Monaco and the Vatican/Holy See, are free to enter the European Union, irrespective of the purpose of their stay and not only to return to their home. These people do not need to produce a negative test before entering the Grand Duchy.

    Find out more:
    covid19.public.lu

    Documents you need to travel in Europe

    *Transit: Transit is permitted.

    *From Third Countries:

    As of 1 January 2021, the UK is considered a third country with regards to temporary restrictions on non-essential travel to the EU. Passengers returning to Luxembourg from the UK must meet the following conditions:

    • be in possession of a negative PCR test taken less than 48 hours ago;
    • be in possession of a negative PCR test dated between 48 and 72 hours. These persons must undergo a new PCR test upon arrival at Luxembourg airport and must place themselves into quarantine until a negative test result has been received.

    Alternatively, antigen tests are accepted under the same conditions as outlined above.

    See also:
    Commission adopts Recommendation on EU coordinated approach to travel and transport in response to a new variant of coronavirus in the UK (22 December 2020)

    mae.lu

    ____________________

    Third-country nationals coming from Australia, China, Hong Kong and Macao (subject to confirmation of reciprocity at EU level), Japan, New Zealand, Ruanda, Singapore, South Korea, Thailand and Uruguay, are allowed to enter the territory of Luxembourg without the necessity to provide a negative test result. These travellers are required to hold official documents proving their residence in one of these countries (residence permit, residence certificate, work permit, etc.), translated into one of the administrative languages of Luxembourg or into English.

    Until 31/12/2020 (inclusive), third-country nationals who do not belong to the previous categories are not allwed to enter Luxembourg.

    Some exceptions apply for the following categories: 

    1. third-country nationals who have the status of long-term resident in accordance with European Directive 2003/109/EC and anyone who holds a national long-term visa.
    2. health professionals, health researchers and professionals involved in the care of old people;
    3. cross-border workers;
    4. seasonal workers in the agricultural sector;
    5. people working in the transport sector;
    6. members of the diplomatic corps, military personnel and similar categories; 
    7. passengers in transit;
    8. passengers travelling for duly justified urgent family reasons;
    9. sailors;
    10. people looking for international protection or travelling for humanitarian reasons;
    11. third-country nationals travelling for study purposes;
    12. highly-qualified workers from third countries if their employment is necessary in economic terms and their work cannot be postponed or carried out from abroad. 

    People who travel for family, work and study reasons (points 8, 11 and 12 of the previous list) must present a specific attestation. They must apply for this by sending a specific application by e-mail to the Passport, Visa and Legalisation Office (service.visas@mae.etat.lu). For further information, please contact the Passport, Visa and Legalisation Office by e-mail (service.visas@mae.etat.lu) or by phone ((+352) 247-88300).

    Apart from third-country nationals who belong to points 5,6 (including their family members) and 7 of the previous list, all the other travellers from the age of 11 belonging to the above-mentioned list, must present before boarding the negative result of a SARS-CoV-2 test, carried out less than 72 hours before the flight departure. The result of the biological test must be presented together with a translation into one of Luxembourg three administrative languages or English.

    Third-country nationals who are also family members of a European Union citizen or of a national of a Schengen Area associated country are free to enter, irrespective of the purpose of their stay, provided that they show a specific attestation issued by the Luxembourgish authorities for the purpose of a short visit or also a letter demonstrating the family reunification or a residence permit.

    To know more:

    Guichet.lu

    Visit Luxembourg

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Luxembourg: In response to a sharp rise in the number of COVID-19 cases in Luxembourg, additional measures have been put in place to limit the spread of the virus. You must wear a face covering and observe the standard social distancing requirement when travelling through Luxembourg Airport (Findel). Your mask should not be removed during security control. Hand sanitiser is available throughout the terminal where hand washing is unavailable. Face coverings must be worn on public transport and in all indoor areas open to the public and where the public is circulating. Breaches of regulations can result in fines of up to €1,000.
    *Accommodation: There are no restrictions on booking hotel rooms or guesthouses. However, hotel or guesthouse bars and restaurants are closed to the public. Room service and take-away are available. Face coverings must be worn in public areas, and where the social distancing requirement cannot be met.
    *Public spaces and services: Face coverings must be worn in shops, supermarkets, exhibitions, and other places that are open to the public. The Luxembourg government has extended the curfew, and people are required to remain at home from 9pm to 6am. Outings during these hours are only permitted in certain specified circumstances; these can be accessed with further details on the Luxembourg government website.
    Restaurants and bars are closed to the public until 15 January 2021. Take-away, drive-through and home delivery services remain available. Other restrictions include limiting the additional number of people allowed at gatherings at home or private events to a maximum of two visitors, who must be from the same household. Gatherings of 4 to 10 people in a public space are allowed, subject to wearing of a mask. With some exceptions, gatherings of 10 to 100 people are allowed on condition that people are assigned seating, observe 2 metres distancing and wear a mask. The consumption of alcohol outdoors is prohibited. Cinemas, theatres and cultural events are closed. Non-essential shops, hairdressers and beauticians are closed until 10 January 2021. Indoor sports facilities, swimming pools and aquatic centres are closed. To find out more about local restrictions, please refer to the Luxembourg government website.

    Read more
    08.01.2021
  • Luxembourg Latest News: From 24 December, all airline passengers from the UK are required to have a negative COVID-19 test result. (Gov.Uk, 23.12.2020). Luxembourg government have banned all air passenger flights between the UK and Luxembourg until 3 January 2021 (Gov.UK, 22.12.2020)

    International Restrictions:
    *From within the EU:

    Nationals of an EU country or one of the Schengen Area associated countries, as well as Nationals of San Marino, Andorra, Monaco and the Vatican/Holy See, are free to enter the European Union, irrespective of the purpose of their stay and not only to return to their home. These people do not need to produce a negative test before entering the Grand Duchy.

    Find out more:
    covid19.public.lu

    Documents you need to travel in Europe
    *Transit: Transited permitted.
    *From Third Countries:

    Passengers returning to Luxembourg from the UK must meet the following conditions:

    • be in possession of a negative PCR test taken less than 48 hours ago;
    • be in possession of a negative PCR test dated between 48 and 72 hours. These persons must undergo a new PCR test upon arrival at Luxembourg airport and must place themselves into quarantine until a negative test result has been received.

    Alternatively, antigen tests are accepted under the same conditions as outlined above.

    See also:
    Commission adopts Recommendation on EU coordinated approach to travel and transport in response to a new variant of coronavirus in the UK (22 December 2020)

    mae.lu

    ____________________

    Third-country nationals coming from Australia, China, Hong Kong and Macao (subject to confirmation of reciprocity at EU level), Japan, New Zealand, Ruanda, Singapore, South Korea, Thailand and Uruguay, are allowed to enter the territory of Luxembourg without the necessity to provide a negative test result. These travellers are required to hold official documents proving their residence in one of these countries (residence permit, residence certificate, work permit, etc.), translated into one of the administrative languages of Luxembourg or into English.

    Until 31/12/2020 (inclusive), third-country nationals who do not belong to the previous categories are not allwed to enter Luxembourg.

    Some exceptions apply for the following categories: 

    1. third-country nationals who have the status of long-term resident in accordance with European Directive 2003/109/EC and anyone who holds a national long-term visa.
    2. health professionals, health researchers and professionals involved in the care of old people;
    3. cross-border workers;
    4. seasonal workers in the agricultural sector;
    5. people working in the transport sector;
    6. members of the diplomatic corps, military personnel and similar categories; 
    7. passengers in transit;
    8. passengers travelling for duly justified urgent family reasons;
    9. sailors;
    10. peoole looking for international protection or travelling for humanitarian reasons;
    11. third-country nationals travelling for study purposes;
    12. highly-qualified workers from third countries if their employment is necessary in economic terms and their work cannot be postponed or carried out from abroad. 

    People who travel for family, work and study reasons (points 8, 11 and 12 of the previous list) must present a specific attestation. They must apply for this by sending a specific application by e-mail to the Passport, Visa and Legalisation Office (service.visas@mae.etat.lu). For further information, please contact the Passport, Visa and Legalisation Office by e-mail (service.visas@mae.etat.lu) or by phone ((+352) 247-88300).

    Apart from third-country nationals who belong to points 5,6 (including their family members) and 7 of the previous list, all the other travellers from the age of 11 belonging to the above-mentioned list, must present before boarding the negative result of a SARS-CoV-2 test, carried out less than 72 hours before the flight departure. The result of the biological test must be presented together with a translation into one of Luxembourg three administrative languages or English.

    Third-country nationals who are also family members of a European Union citizen or of a national of the United Kingdom or a Schengen Area associated country are free to enter, irrespective of the purpose of their stay, provided that they show a specific attestation issued by the Luxembourgish authorities for the purpose of a short visit or also a letter demonstrating the family reunification or a residence permit.

    To know more:

    Guichet.lu

    Visit Luxembourg

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Luxembourg: In response to a sharp rise in the number of COVID-19 cases in Luxembourg, additional measures have been put in place to limit the spread of the virus. You must wear a face covering and observe the standard social distancing requirement when travelling through Luxembourg Airport (Findel). Your mask should not be removed during security control. Hand sanitiser is available throughout the terminal where hand washing is unavailable. Face coverings must be worn on public transport and in all indoor areas open to the public and where the public is circulating. Breaches of regulations can result in fines of up to €1,000.
    *Accommodation: There are no restrictions on booking hotel rooms or guesthouses. However, hotel or guesthouse bars and restaurants are closed to the public. Room service and take-away are available. Face coverings must be worn in public areas, and where the social distancing requirement cannot be met.
    *Public spaces and services: Face coverings must be worn in shops, supermarkets, exhibitions, and other places that are open to the public. The Luxembourg government has extended the curfew, and people are required to remain at home from 9pm to 6am. Outings during these hours are only permitted in certain specified circumstances; these can be accessed with further details on the Luxembourg government website.
    Restaurants and bars are closed to the public until 15 January 2021. Take-away, drive-through and home delivery services remain available. Other restrictions include limiting the additional number of people allowed at gatherings at home or private events to a maximum of two visitors, who must be from the same household. Gatherings of 4 to 10 people in a public space are allowed, subject to wearing of a mask. With some exceptions, gatherings of 10 to 100 people are allowed on condition that people are assigned seating, observe 2 metres distancing and wear a mask. The consumption of alcohol outdoors is prohibited. Cinemas, theatres and cultural events are closed. Non-essential shops, hairdressers and beauticians are closed until 10 January 2021. Indoor sports facilities, swimming pools and aquatic centres are closed. To find out more about local restrictions, please refer to the Luxembourg government website.

    Read more
    05.01.2021
  • Luxembourg Latest News: From 24 December, all airline passengers from the UK are required to have a negative COVID-19 test result. (Gov.Uk, 23.12.2020). Luxembourg government have banned all air passenger flights between the UK and Luxembourg until 3 January 2021 (Gov.UK, 22.12.2020)

    International Restrictions:
    *From within the EU:

    Nationals of an EU country or one of the Schengen Area associated countries, as well as Nationals of San Marino, Andorra, Monaco and the Vatican/Holy See, are free to enter the European Union, irrespective of the purpose of their stay and not only to return to their home. These people do not need to produce a negative test before entering the Grand Duchy.

    Find out more:
    covid19.public.lu

    Documents you need to travel in Europe

    *Transit: Transit is permitted.

    *From Third Countries:

    Passengers returning to Luxembourg from the UK must meet the following conditions:

    • be in possession of a negative PCR test taken less than 48 hours ago;
    • be in possession of a negative PCR test dated between 48 and 72 hours. These persons must undergo a new PCR test upon arrival at Luxembourg airport and must place themselves into quarantine until a negative test result has been received.

    Alternatively, antigen tests are accepted under the same conditions as outlined above.

    See also:
    Commission adopts Recommendation on EU coordinated approach to travel and transport in response to a new variant of coronavirus in the UK (22 December 2020)

    mae.lu

    ____________________

    Third-country nationals coming from Australia, China, Hong Kong and Macao (subject to confirmation of reciprocity at EU level), Japan, New Zealand, Ruanda, Singapore, South Korea, Thailand and Uruguay, are allowed to enter the territory of Luxembourg without the necessity to provide a negative test result. These travellers are required to hold official documents proving their residence in one of these countries (residence permit, residence certificate, work permit, etc.), translated into one of the administrative languages of Luxembourg or into English.

    Until 31/12/2020 (inclusive), third-country nationals who do not belong to the previous categories are not allwed to enter Luxembourg.

    Some exceptions apply for the following categories: 

    1. third-country nationals who have the status of long-term resident in accordance with European Directive 2003/109/EC and anyone who holds a national long-term visa.
    2. health professionals, health researchers and professionals involved in the care of old people;
    3. cross-border workers;
    4. seasonal workers in the agricultural sector;
    5. people working in the transport sector;
    6. members of the diplomatic corps, military personnel and similar categories; 
    7. passengers in transit;
    8. passengers travelling for duly justified urgent family reasons;
    9. sailors;
    10. peoole looking for international protection or travelling for humanitarian reasons;
    11. third-country nationals travelling for study purposes;
    12. highly-qualified workers from third countries if their employment is necessary in economic terms and their work cannot be postponed or carried out from abroad. 

    People who travel for family, work and study reasons (points 8, 11 and 12 of the previous list) must present a specific attestation. They must apply for this by sending a specific application by e-mail to the Passport, Visa and Legalisation Office (service.visas@mae.etat.lu). For further information, please contact the Passport, Visa and Legalisation Office by e-mail (service.visas@mae.etat.lu) or by phone ((+352) 247-88300).

    Apart from third-country nationals who belong to points 5,6 (including their family members) and 7 of the previous list, all the other travellers from the age of 11 belonging to the above-mentioned list, must present before boarding the negative result of a SARS-CoV-2 test, carried out less than 72 hours before the flight departure. The result of the biological test must be presented together with a translation into one of Luxembourg three administrative languages or English.

    Third-country nationals who are also family members of a European Union citizen or of a national of the United Kingdom or a Schengen Area associated country are free to enter, irrespective of the purpose of their stay, provided that they show a specific attestation issued by the Luxembourgish authorities for the purpose of a short visit or also a letter demonstrating the family reunification or a residence permit.

    To know more:

    Guichet.lu

    Visit Luxembourg

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Luxembourg: In response to a sharp rise in the number of COVID-19 cases in Luxembourg, additional measures have been put in place to limit the spread of the virus. You must wear a face covering and observe the standard social distancing requirement when travelling through Luxembourg Airport (Findel). Your mask should not be removed during security control. Hand sanitiser is available throughout the terminal where hand washing is unavailable. Face coverings must be worn on public transport and in all indoor areas open to the public and where the public is circulating. Breaches of regulations can result in fines of up to €1,000.
    *Accommodation: There are no restrictions on booking hotel rooms or guesthouses. However, hotel or guesthouse bars and restaurants are closed to the public. Room service and take-away are available. Face coverings must be worn in public areas, and where the social distancing requirement cannot be met.
    *Public spaces and services: Face coverings must be worn in shops, supermarkets, exhibitions, and other places that are open to the public. The Luxembourg government has extended the curfew, and people are required to remain at home from 9pm to 6am. Outings during these hours are only permitted in certain specified circumstances; these can be accessed with further details on the Luxembourg government website.
    Restaurants and bars are closed to the public until 15 January 2021. Take-away, drive-through and home delivery services remain available. Other restrictions include limiting the additional number of people allowed at gatherings at home or private events to a maximum of two visitors, who must be from the same household. Gatherings of 4 to 10 people in a public space are allowed, subject to wearing of a mask. With some exceptions, gatherings of 10 to 100 people are allowed on condition that people are assigned seating, observe 2 metres distancing and wear a mask. The consumption of alcohol outdoors is prohibited. Cinemas, theatres and cultural events are closed. Non-essential shops, hairdressers and beauticians are closed until 10 January 2021. Indoor sports facilities, swimming pools and aquatic centres are closed. To find out more about local restrictions, please refer to the Luxembourg government website.

    Read more
    04.01.2021
  • Luxembourg Latest News: From 24 December, all airline passengers from the UK are required to have a negative COVID-19 test result. (Gov.Uk, 23.12.2020). Luxembourg government have banned all air passenger flights between the UK and Luxembourg until 3 January 2021 (Gov.UK, 22.12.2020)

    International Restrictions:
    The Luxembourg government have banned all air passenger flights between the UK and Luxembourg from 00:00 (CET) 20 December for an initial 24-hour period


    *From within the EU:

    Specific measures for the new variant of coronavirus

    Passengers returning to Luxembourg from the UK must meet the following conditions:

    • be in possession of a negative PCR test taken less than 48 hours ago;
    • be in possession of a negative PCR test dated between 48 and 72 hours. These persons must undergo a new PCR test upon arrival at Luxembourg airport and must place themselves into quarantine until a negative test result has been received.

    Alternatively, antigen tests are accepted under the same conditions as outlined above.

    See also:
    Commission adopts Recommendation on EU coordinated approach to travel and transport in response to a new variant of coronavirus in the UK (22 December 2020)

    mae.lu

    ____________________

    Nationals of an EU country or one of the Schengen Area associated countries, as well as Nationals of the United Kingdom, San Marino, Andorra, Monaco and the Vatican/Holy See, are free to enter the European Union, irrespective of the purpose of their stay and not only to return to their home. These people do not need to produce a negative test before entering the Grand Duchy unless they arrive from the UK (see specific measures above).

    Find out more:
    covid19.public.lu

    Documents you need to travel in Europe

    *Transit: Transit is permitted.

    *From Third Countries:

    Third-country nationals coming from Australia, China, Hong Kong and Macao (subject to confirmation of reciprocity at EU level), Japan, New Zealand, Ruanda, Singapore, South Korea, Thailand and Uruguay, are allowed to enter the territory of Luxembourg without the necessity to provide a negative test result. These travellers are required to hold official documents proving their residence in one of these countries (residence permit, residence certificate, work permit, etc.), translated into one of the administrative languages of Luxembourg or into English.

    Until 31/12/2020 (inclusive), third-country nationals who do not belong to the previous categories are not allwed to enter Luxembourg.

    Some exceptions apply for the following categories: 

    1. third-country nationals who have the status of long-term resident in accordance with European Directive 2003/109/EC and anyone who holds a national long-term visa.
    2. health professionals, health researchers and professionals involved in the care of old people;
    3. cross-border workers;
    4. seasonal workers in the agricultural sector;
    5. people working in the transport sector;
    6. members of the diplomatic corps, military personnel and similar categories; 
    7. passengers in transit;
    8. passengers travelling for duly justified urgent family reasons;
    9. sailors;
    10. peoole looking for international protection or travelling for humanitarian reasons;
    11. third-country nationals travelling for study purposes;
    12. highly-qualified workers from third countries if their employment is necessary in economic terms and their work cannot be postponed or carried out from abroad. 

    People who travel for family, work and study reasons (points 8, 11 and 12 of the previous list) must present a specific attestation. They must apply for this by sending a specific application by e-mail to the Passport, Visa and Legalisation Office (service.visas@mae.etat.lu). For further information, please contact the Passport, Visa and Legalisation Office by e-mail (service.visas@mae.etat.lu) or by phone ((+352) 247-88300).

    Apart from third-country nationals who belong to points 5,6 (including their family members) and 7 of the previous list, all the other travellers from the age of 11 belonging to the above-mentioned list, must present before boarding the negative result of a SARS-CoV-2 test, carried out less than 72 hours before the flight departure. The result of the biological test must be presented together with a translation into one of Luxembourg three administrative languages or English.

    Third-country nationals who are also family members of a European Union citizen or of a national of the United Kingdom or a Schengen Area associated country are free to enter, irrespective of the purpose of their stay, provided that they show a specific attestation issued by the Luxembourgish authorities for the purpose of a short visit or also a letter demonstrating the family reunification or a residence permit.

    To know more:

    Guichet.lu

    Visit Luxembourg

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Luxembourg: In response to a sharp rise in the number of COVID-19 cases in Luxembourg, additional measures have been put in place to limit the spread of the virus. You must wear a face covering and observe the standard social distancing requirement when travelling through Luxembourg Airport (Findel). Your mask should not be removed during security control. Hand sanitiser is available throughout the terminal where hand washing is unavailable. Face coverings must be worn on public transport and in all indoor areas open to the public and where the public is circulating. Breaches of regulations can result in fines of up to €1,000.
    *Accommodation: There are no restrictions on booking hotel rooms or guesthouses. However, hotel or guesthouse bars and restaurants are closed to the public. Room service and take-away are available. Face coverings must be worn in public areas, and where the social distancing requirement cannot be met.
    *Public spaces and services: Face coverings must be worn in shops, supermarkets, exhibitions, and other places that are open to the public. The Luxembourg government has extended the curfew, and people are required to remain at home from 9pm to 6am. Outings during these hours are only permitted in certain specified circumstances; these can be accessed with further details on the Luxembourg government website.
    Restaurants and bars are closed to the public until 15 January 2021. Take-away, drive-through and home delivery services remain available. Other restrictions include limiting the additional number of people allowed at gatherings at home or private events to a maximum of two visitors, who must be from the same household. Gatherings of 4 to 10 people in a public space are allowed, subject to wearing of a mask. With some exceptions, gatherings of 10 to 100 people are allowed on condition that people are assigned seating, observe 2 metres distancing and wear a mask. The consumption of alcohol outdoors is prohibited. Cinemas, theatres and cultural events are closed. Non-essential shops, hairdressers and beauticians are closed until 10 January 2021. Indoor sports facilities, swimming pools and aquatic centres are closed. To find out more about local restrictions, please refer to the Luxembourg government website.

    Read more
    30.12.2020
  • Luxembourg Latest News: From 24 December, all airline passengers from the UK are required to have a negative COVID-19 test result. (Gov.Uk, 23.12.2020). Luxembourg government have banned all air passenger flights between the UK and Luxembourg until 3 January 2021 (Gov.UK, 22.12.2020)

    International Restrictions:
    The Luxembourg government have banned all air passenger flights between the UK and Luxembourg from 00:00 (CET) 20 December for an initial 24-hour period


    *From within the EU:

    Nationals of an EU country or one of the Schengen Area associated countries, as well as Nationals of the United Kingdom, San Marino, Andorra, Monaco and the Vatican/Holy See, are free to enter the European Union, irrespective of the purpose of their stay and not only to return to their home. These people do not need to produce a negative test before entering the Grand Duchy.

    From 21.12.2020 a flight ban for travellers from the UK is in place, due to the sudden development of a variant of the SARS-CoV-2 virus.

    Find out more:

    covid19.public.lu

    Documents you need to travel in Europe

    *Transit: Transit is permitted.

    *From within the EU:

    Specific measures for the new variant of coronavirus

    From Thursday 24 December the Luxembourg Government requires airline passengers from the UK to be in possession of a negative PCR COVID-19 test result. This test should be taken no more than 48 hours before arrival in Luxembourg.

    Passengers with a negative PCR test taken between 48 -72 hours before their arrival, must take another test at the airport, and self-quarantine until the results are received.

    Antigen tests will also be accepted.

    See also:
    Commission adopts Recommendation on EU coordinated approach to travel and transport in response to a new variant of coronavirus in the UK (22 December 2020)

    ____________________

    Nationals of an EU country or one of the Schengen Area associated countries, as well as Nationals of the United Kingdom, San Marino, Andorra, Monaco and the Vatican/Holy See, are free to enter the European Union, irrespective of the purpose of their stay and not only to return to their home. These people do not need to produce a negative test before entering the Grand Duchy unless they arrive from the UK (see specific measures above).

    Find out more:
    covid19.public.lu

    Documents you need to travel in Europe

    *Transit: Transit is permitted.

    *From Third Countries:

    Third-country nationals coming from Australia, China, Hong Kong and Macao (subject to confirmation of reciprocity at EU level), Japan, New Zealand, Ruanda, Singapore, South Korea, Thailand and Uruguay, are allowed to enter the territory of Luxembourg without the necessity to provide a negative test result. These travellers are required to hold official documents proving their residence in one of these countries (residence permit, residence certificate, work permit, etc.), translated into one of the administrative languages of Luxembourg or into English.

    Until 31/12/2020 (inclusive), third-country nationals who do not belong to the previous categories are not allwed to enter Luxembourg.

    Some exceptions apply for the following categories: 

    1. third-country nationals who have the status of long-term resident in accordance with European Directive 2003/109/EC and anyone who holds a national long-term visa.
    2. health professionals, health researchers and professionals involved in the care of old people;
    3. cross-border workers;
    4. seasonal workers in the agricultural sector;
    5. people working in the transport sector;
    6. members of the diplomatic corps, military personnel and similar categories; 
    7. passengers in transit;
    8. passengers travelling for duly justified urgent family reasons;
    9. sailors;
    10. peoole looking for international protection or travelling for humanitarian reasons;
    11. third-country nationals travelling for study purposes;
    12. highly-qualified workers from third countries if their employment is necessary in economic terms and their work cannot be postponed or carried out from abroad. 

    People who travel for family, work and study reasons (points 8, 11 and 12 of the previous list) must present a specific attestation. They must apply for this by sending a specific application by e-mail to the Passport, Visa and Legalisation Office (service.visas@mae.etat.lu). For further information, please contact the Passport, Visa and Legalisation Office by e-mail (service.visas@mae.etat.lu) or by phone ((+352) 247-88300).

    Apart from third-country nationals who belong to points 5,6 (including their family members) and 7 of the previous list, all the other travellers from the age of 11 belonging to the above-mentioned list, must present before boarding the negative result of a SARS-CoV-2 test, carried out less than 72 hours before the flight departure. The result of the biological test must be presented together with a translation into one of Luxembourg three administrative languages or English.

    Third-country nationals who are also family members of a European Union citizen or of a national of the United Kingdom or a Schengen Area associated country are free to enter, irrespective of the purpose of their stay, provided that they show a specific attestation issued by the Luxembourgish authorities for the purpose of a short visit or also a letter demonstrating the family reunification or a residence permit.

    To know more:

    Guichet.lu

    Visit Luxembourg

    Internal Restrictions:
    *Travel in Luxembourg: In response to a sharp rise in the number of COVID-19 cases in Luxembourg, additional measures have been put in place to limit the spread of the virus. You must wear a face covering and observe the standard social distancing requirement when travelling through Luxembourg Airport (Findel). Your mask should not be removed during security control. Hand sanitiser is available throughout the terminal where hand washing is unavailable. Face coverings must be worn on public transport and in all indoor areas open to the public and where the public is circulating. Breaches of regulations can result in fines of up to €500.
    *Accommodation: There are no restrictions on booking hotel rooms or guesthouses. However, hotel or guesthouse bars and restaurants are closed to the public. Room service and take-away are available. Face coverings must be worn in public areas, and where the social distancing requirement cannot be met.
    *Public spaces and services: Face coverings must be worn in shops, supermarkets, exhibitions, and other places which are open to the public. The Luxembourg government has introduced a curfew, and people are required to remain at home from 11pm to 6am. Outings during these hours are only permitted in certain specified circumstances; these can be accessed with further details on the Luxembourg government website. Restaurants and bars are closed to the public until 15 January 2021. Take-away, drive-through and home delivery services remain available. Other restrictions include the ‘rule of two’, limiting the additional number of people allowed to gather at home or during private events. Gatherings of 4 to 10 people in a public space are allowed, subject to wearing of a mask. With some exceptions, gatherings of 10 to 100 people are allowed on condition that people are assigned seating, observe 2 metres distancing and wear a mask. To find out more about local restrictions, please refer to the Luxembourg government website. Cinemas, theatres and cultural events are closed.
    Hairdressers and beauticians are open on an appointment only basis, and cultural institutions, including libraries and museums are also open within a strict framework of reduced numbers and online reservations. Indoor sports facilities, swimming pools and aquatic centres are closed. Outdoor recreational group activities are possible, provided the number of participants does not exceed four people.

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    28.12.2020
  • Source US State Dept. COVID-19 Country Specific Information/
    Re-open Europe/
    OSAC Travel Advisories/
    Ministry of Health/
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