The Latest Travel Bans and Restrictions for Europes First Day of Summer
Travel restrictions will remain in effect in the EU from Monday until early Thursday.
The European Union (EU) has temporarily lifted travel restrictions on four countries: Albania, Bulgaria, Greece, and Croatia.
However, travel restrictions will be in place in Hungary and the Czech Republic for the next three days.
The EU has also extended travel restrictions in Hungary for another 24 hours and the country is still experiencing high levels of pollution and air pollution.
In Turkey, travel bans will remain indefinitely.
In the rest of the EU, they will be lifted in Belgium, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Iceland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden and the United Kingdom from Monday, March 5.
Travel restrictions will still be in effect for the remaining European Union countries for the rest on Thursday, March 6.
Travel to Italy will be banned from Monday to Thursday, but flights from Tuesday to Friday will not be affected.
In Spain, travel is allowed to go to the Czech, Greek, Greek Cypriot, Serbian and Turkish Republics until further notice.
The travel restrictions are in effect from Thursday, February 28, until Monday, February 29.