Travel to Germany
FeltCarrot · 05/08/2021 13:30
Supposed be travelling to Germany next Wednesday returning Saturday and am going round in circles with the various entry requirements,
All four travellers are fully jabbed so no problem entering Germany.
My question is, if we have tests at the airport before departure, would it still cover us returning on Saturday night?
Has anyone done this?
churchroad · 05/08/2021 15:30
Have a look at this article (if the link works) - Simon Calder calls it the long weekender. We are doing it to Croatia soon - taking a rapid test on Monday with results just before getting on a flight. Using that same test on our re-entry to the UK on Thursday as it was taken 3 days beforehand.
@beggsie posted this on another thread, looked really helpful for a short trip
MacavityTheDentistsCat · 05/08/2021 15:39
Are you quite sure you don't need to quarantine in Germany? Germany still considers the UK a high risk area which, to my understanding, means quarantine regardless of vaccination status. This is the relevant document from the Robert Koch Institute:
MacavityTheDentistsCat · 05/08/2021 15:44
No, ignore my post. On second reading, I think the obligation to quarantine may now be waived for vaccinated persons from high risk areas.
FeltCarrot · 05/08/2021 17:00
Thank you, after a stressful day we have managed to book antigen tests at the airport on arrival in Germany. Just looking at Day tests back home now!
I will not be travelling abroad again until 2025 when hopefully all this is over!
Ers77 · 07/08/2021 07:35
Sorry to piggyback on this thread, but does anyone know for sure if under 12s need to quarantine for 5 days on arrival in Germany from the UK (if their parents are fully vaccinated)? My reading of the rules is that they do 😢 but I can see BA have told someone on Twitter that there’s no quarantine requirement 🤷🏻♀️
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