Can you travel to greece now

Greece opens its doors to tourism and lifts the


What are the requirements to travel to Greece now, do I need a PCR or is the vaccination certificate enough? It is normal that you ask yourself these questions, since we are in a time of many changes. Fortunately, the Hellenic country is one of the destinations where you can travel now. At IATI Insurance, as lovers of Greece, we are going to tell you everything you need to know so that you can plan your adventure and discover beautiful landscapes and corners with centuries of history.

It is expected that from May 1, 2022, all these restrictions will disappear. The use of face masks indoors will only be mandatory in certain limited cases. Greece wants to boost tourism at all costs this summer, so if you decide to visit, you will find an almost normal climate.

As we told you in Is it safe to travel to Greece, you should always drive with caution, but we advise you to be much more cautious in Greece. Forced overtaking is not uncommon and many drivers expect you to pull straight onto the shoulder so that they can overtake you. In addition, most of the roads are not in good condition.

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Overview: Greece is a stable democracy, is a member of the European Union and has a modern infrastructure. The main economic activity in Greece is tourism, so the provision of services in this area is very good. The official language is Greek. English is widely spoken. Other languages, such as Spanish, French and Italian, are also widely spoken in tourist areas. In the context of the current political and socioeconomic situation in Greece, travelers are advised to be aware, through the media, travel agencies, airlines and hotels, of possible strikes that may affect basic services such as transportation.

Documents required: Greece is a member of the Schengen Agreement, which allows Argentines, as tourists, to travel within its member countries for a maximum of 90 days. Those who exceed this limit may be deported and/or fined upon leaving Greece or other countries that are part of the agreement. When entering the Schengen zone, the authorities of the country of entry may require a return air ticket and proof of financial solvency. It is recommended to check with the airline and the Diplomatic Representation of the country of entry (most Argentines enter Greece with flights from Madrid, Rome or Paris) about the requirements. To enter Greece, as tourists, Argentines need to have their passport with a minimum validity of six months. No visa is required.


Greece is a country admired by millions of people around the world for its influence in the cultural, architectural and philosophical development of the West, its favorable geographical location and its ancient mythology. Reasons enough to not think twice and choose it as a fascinating tourist destination. All this you surely already know and that is why you are considering going to Greece as a holiday destination, right, but to avoid making mistakes on your vacation, you should know the characteristics of the temperate Mediterranean climate and what is the best time to visit Greece.

Greece has beautiful places like the island of Santorini, which captivates for its location in the Aegean Sea and receives countless travelers every day. This place stands out for its successful wineries, where it is possible to taste delicious wines.

Mykonos is also characterized by an agitated and attractive nightlife, which pleases young people from all over the planet, and integrates a diversity of people. Perhaps the biggest party and discotheque atmosphere is found on this island, so if you are most motivated by parties, you should not miss Mykonos in summer.

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Greece has been one of the EU countries that has suffered the least from the impact of the pandemic, largely due to the measures imposed by the local authorities, which managed to contain the advance of the disease effectively. Currently, the measures adopted by the authorities meet European Union standards and it is on the “white list” of countries where travel is possible.

A ministerial decree issued by the competent authorities of the Greek Government states that as of July 1, entry restrictions for foreign visitors are set as follows:

A trip to Greece and Macedonia in September that discovers the most unknown northern regions of Greece and Macedonia. We will explore the dizzying monasteries of Meteora. We will enter Macedonia through the placid city of Ohrid and the route ends near Mount Olympus N.P., already in Thessaloniki.

Greece announced on Friday (12/06) that it will fully open all its airports to flights from abroad at all its borders. All transit passengers will also be allowed from that date.

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