Holiday In Europe Possible With Vaccine Passports! 6 Safest Destinations That Are All Set To Reopen

Dreaming of a European holiday? This is soon going to be a reality as the European Commission is all set to issue a digital vaccination passport which will allow travellers to travel with fewer restrictions. The country of origin will issue the vaccine passport and will allow travelers to move around Europe without having to quarantine or provide COVID negative reports. While Iceland is at the top of the list of countries that welcoming visitors with a vaccination certificate, Greece, Portugal, Georgia, Sweden, Denmark, Spain, and Poland are working towards implementing lightened health measures for vaccinated travelers. But since the pandemic is still upon us and knowing that most vaccines are only 80% effective, we listed the safest European destinations to travel to.

1. Tbilisi, Georgia
Tbilisi has managed to remain the least affected by Covid-19 and is among the trendiest destinations in Europe for the summer. Rich in culture and history, the city offers a plethora of gastronomic discoveries. Vaccinated travellers from all countries can visit Georgia without quarantine or COVID negative certificate.

2. Madeira, Portugal
Portugal is one of the safest destinations to travel to in Europe right now. If you are looking for safety, leisure, relaxation, and nature, Madeira can be ideal. Besides, the Portuguese government is committed to ensuring the safety of all travellers. The country will soon recognise the vaccine passport so you can discover Madeira’s gorgeous beaches, viewpoints, and the most gorgeous spots on the island.

3. Kefalonia Greece
Greece is all set to open for tourists from May 14 with or without vaccination. But if you are looking for the safest place to visit in Greece, Kefalonia is ready for this year’s summer holidays. It is one of the most beautiful Greek islands filled with restaurants, cafes, and gorgeous accommodations. During your stay in Greece, don’t miss Melissani Lake, and the orange-sand Xi Beach.

5. Seville, Spain
Spain hopes to be among the first countries to implement vaccine passports. And while Spain was extremely hard-hit by the virus, Seville is seen as an oasis with lower contagion numbers. Here you can bask on the beaches, take road trips, and discover the picturesque castles in Spain.

6. Hjørring, Denmark
Denmark has committed to recognizing the Covid-19 Vaccine Passport issued by other countries. The country hopes to be fully operational by June and expects to have vaccinated its entire population by then. Considering visiting Hjørring in Denmark with wide-open spaces. Enjoy a relaxed holiday among nature and Do not miss visiting the Rubjerg Knude Lighthouse, one of Denmark’s iconic sites.

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