The coronavirus pandemic has made international travel almost impossible last year, and since then, nothing has really returned to normal. It is hard to navigate through all the information out there, so we try to keep you updated with as much information as we can.
If you would like to travel from Hungary abroad, you can easily do so to 16 other countries with which Hungary has a bilateral agreement, that is, if you have a Hungarian immunity certificate.
You can learn more about the Hungarian immunity certificate HERE. You can check out all the countries that recognise the Hungarian immunity certificate – at the time of writing this article – and it makes you exempt from most if not all travel restrictions in THIS article.
Also, the testing phase of the coronavirus passport accepted by all European Union countries has started in Hungary. The unified passport will allow for the free movement of European citizens once again and will launch by July 1st. Although keep in mind that it only works if you were inoculated with vaccines that the European Medicines Agency accepts, which are currently the Pfizer, Moderna, AstraZeneca and Janssen vaccines)
But if you would like to travel somewhere before that or have been inoculated with a different vaccine, luckily for you, Forbes.hu have created a detailed list of restrictions in place for the most popular destinations from Hungary.
Almost all other countries must have some kind of additional restriction in place. It is best that you also contact either your embassy in the country you would like to travel to or any relevant authorities of the target country.
If you have one of the above, you do not need to register since June 10.
You must wear an FFP2 or better mask in stores and on public transportation.
If you are entering Greece, you need to register at least 24 hours before you do so. There is an English Passenger Locator Form which you need to fill out. If you do so, you will get a QR-code that is scanned at the border.
Yes. Both indoors and outdoors. If there are any passengers in a car other than the driver, you also need to wear a mask.
At the border, you have to declare how long do you plan to stay in the country, what places you will visit and the actual address of your accommodation. There is also a form that you can fill out beforehand.
It is mandatory to wear a mask on public transportation, in administrative offices, in shops, banks, post offices, health care facilities, buildings of educational institutions and buildings of companies providing services.
There is no need for registration.
In administrative offices, in stores and on public transportation, it is mandatory to wear a mask.
Similar to Greece, you need to register online at the Passenger Locator Form.
Mask wearing is mandatory both indoors and outdoors.
If you do not have a Hungarian immunity certificate, but you can prove either of the following:
If you are staying for more than 3 days, then yes, but some accommodations will arrange that for you.
It is mandatory to wear one indoors.