from 23rd November to 23rd December 2020
Slovakia with Hungary and Austria but also Poland and the Czech Republic are destinations seen as safe with far fewer cases of Covid-19 than elsewhere in Europe. Slovakia has so far recorded 75 times fewer deaths linked to Covid-19 per million inhabitants than the most affected European countries.
Thanks to these excellent figures and stringent sanitary measures, Slovakia is seen as a safe destination this winter.
Pre-Christmas time in Bratislava is connected with glowing streets, Christmas trees and stands full of goodies and craft products. Welcome to the Bratislava Christmas Market!
Bratislava Christmas market is located at the Main Square and Hviezdoslav Square in the city centre until the 23rd of December. In recent years, the Christmas Market has migrated to other locations of the city centre as well, such as Bratislava castle or the square in front of the Eurovea shopping center. Whatever the location, irresistible aroma and a unique atmosphere will get you for sure.
- Christmas market: from 23rd November to 23rd December 2020.
- Travelling to Slovakia: Entry from EU+ countries is allowed without restrictions from countries classified as “low risk” from the epidemiological point of view.
- Sanitary measures: Mandatory Travel Documentation: No
- Latest information: https://reopen.europa.eu/en/map/SVK
From 29th November to 24th December 2020
Poland is one of the European countries least affected by Coronavirus, along with Portugal and Greece. There are up to 13 times less deaths linked to Covid-19 per million inhabitants in Poland than in the most affected countries of Western Europe. No hospital has ever been overloaded and Poland has more hospital beds per inhabitant than the Netherlands or Switzerland.
Warsaw is one of the most incredible cities in Europe. Its history is that of a people capable of facing any situation, of recovering and moving forward. Facing Coronavirus, the Polish message has always been very clear: “Warsaw survived two world wars. We will get through this one too. See you very soon!” Discover Warsaw’s two main Christmas markets in complete safety thanks to measures taken by local authorities such as dispensed hydroalcoholic gel, signposted routes to ensure social distancing in the market and contactless payment on this Christmas market.
- Christmas market: from 29th November to 24th December 2020.
- Travelling to Poland: Citizens of EU+ countries, as well as their spouses and children, are allowed to enter Poland without restrictions.
- Sanitary measures: A Passenger Locator Form and a Public Health Self Declaration are requested on flights.
- Latest information: https://reopen.europa.eu/en/map/POL