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European interstates travelling from the US?

I have 17 nights that will expire at the end of this year.  I was planning an around 6 weeks trip in Europe in Sept and Oct.  After checking all the rules, I gave up.  Because it would be a multi states trip, it was hard to find any information for US citizens travelling between states in Europe.  If anyone know where to find such information for European interstates travelers from the US, I appreciate very much.

Thanks in advance and happy traveling,


  1. Clem

    Hi ololo,

    One of the reference website is . You can punch in the countries you’re coming from and going to, as well as your nationality/passport and will show you the rules. That being said, it will likely get trickier and trickier. The Delta variant is causing many European countries to start restrictions and lockdown again, so it will be a complicated summer.

    Good luck!

  2. ololo

    Thanks very much for the information. That website is very helpful. Everything seems OK right now since I am fully vaccinated. Hopefully, it will be the same in Sep and Oct.

    Thanks again,

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