ENJOY ALPINE-URBAN DIVERSITY RESPONSIBLY
To ensure you can enjoy the freedom of an alpine-urban holiday without any worries, we've put together this overview of the COVID-19 measures currently in place in the Innsbruck region. Now nothing stands between you and leisurely hikes or scenic summit tours, strolls around museums or through the alleys of Innsbruck's historic old town, plenty of pampering and lots of exploring! In the Innsbruck region, a safe summer holiday full of alpine-urban joie de vivre awaits!
There are currently no restrictions for entry into Austria. This means you do not require any certificates or registration forms and there are no quarantine requirements.
The only exception is for arrivals from countries or areas with a very high epidemiological risk, which can be found HERE.
Wearing an FFP2 mask is mandatory in hospitals, retirement & nursing homes and healthcare service facilities.
Children under the age of six are not required to wear a mask. Children aged 6 to 13 (up to the day of their 14th birthday) and pregnant women are permitted to wear a face mask instead of an FFP2 mask.
You are classed as vaccinated if you have received the first series of vaccinations (2 vaccinations or recovery plus 1 vaccination) within the last 180 days. For people under the age of 18, the vaccination certificate for the first series of vaccinations is valid for 210 days. Booster vaccinations (3 vaccinations or recovery plus 2 vaccinations) must be no older than 365 days.
Vaccines that are recognised in Austria as valid proof of vaccination:
- BioNTech/Pfizer (2 doses or recovery plus 1 dose)
- AstraZeneca (2 doses or recovery plus 1 dose)
- Johnson & Johnson (2 doses or recovery plus 1 dose)
- Moderna (2 doses or recovery plus 1 dose)