Updated: Jul 4, 2021
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This page contains practical travel information for international leisure travelers planning a visit to Finland during the coronavirus pandemic.
We want to reassure you that our travel service providers are adhering to all health guidelines to ensure your safe and comfortable stay with us.
Latest updates on traveling to Finland
Latest update: 4 June 2021 at 15:05 EST
The Finnish Government decided to extend the restrictions on entry into Finland until 27 June 2021.
Leisure travel to Finland possible from 9 countries
Finland welcomes residents of the following countries to travel to Finland for leisure: Iceland, the Vatican, Australia, Israel, New Zealand, Rwanda, Singapore and South Korea. Residents of Malta are also welcome to travel to Finland for leisure starting 7 June. There is no mandatory testing or quarantine for residents from the above mentioned countries on arrival in Finland.
Restrictions will be lifted for residents of China and for Hong Kong and Macao Special Administrative Regions who are traveling from these regions to Finland, provided that reciprocity is confirmed by the Council of the European Union. At the moment only essential travel (not leisure) is possible from China and for Hong Kong and Macao Special Administrative Regions to Finland.
All travelers arriving in Finland from corona risk countries are tested for the coronavirus.
Please refer to the FINENTRY digital service for managing travel to Finland.
Countries’ infections rates are reviewed regularly
Finnish health authorities will review countries’ infection rates regularly. The Finnish Institute for Health and Welfare publishes up-to-date health information related to traveling to Finland during the COVID-19 pandemic.
For more detailed official information on travel to Finland and the coronavirus situation in Finland, please refer to the additional links in this article.