Travelers will no longer be required to take tests or show proof of vaccination
Right after Ireland announced the removal of all its travel restrictions, Hungarian authorities took similar actions. As of March 7, 2022 Hungary lifted covid restrictions for travelers, becoming the 9th country in the world to do this.
On Friday, the government published decree No.77 of 2022, abolishing the majority of covid mandates imposed during the pandemic starting this Monday. It was announced by Gergely Gulyás, the Prime Minister’s Chief of staff, at the government briefing.
Now travelers —regardless of their nationality—can enter the territory of Hungary by public road, air traffic, water, or railway, presenting just the traditional documentation required previous to the pandemic (like a passport for example), making entry like it was in 2019.
Hungarian authorities will no longer require PCR or Antigen tests or proof of vaccination for tourists, and now the land’s borders have been reopened for neighboring countries and international travelers. This information has already been updated by the International Air Transport Association (IATA) as of March 8, 2022… Read More