Austria COVID-19 measures
The sections below indicate whether holidays, whether or not limited, are possible.
Updated: 21 July 2022
Holidays in Austria
Corona certificate required
Yes, vaccination, recovery certificate or negative test (3G) necessary, from 12 years.
Requirements vaccination certificate
Valid for up to 270 days after second dose of Pfizer, Moderna, AstraZeneca. When vaccinated with Janssen, valid from 22 days to a maximum of 270 days after the first dose. Valid immediately after booster vaccination; this will remain valid for 365 days.
Younger than 18? Your vaccination certificate will remain valid indefinitely and a booster vaccination is not required.
Travel through Austria
Transit without a stopover (except essential stops, such as refueling) is allowed without corona proof. However, transit passengers must be able to demonstrate that Austria is not the final destination
Requirements for proof of recovery
Valid from 11 to 180 days after positive PCR test
Test proof requirements
Valid is a PCR test of up to 72 hours old or an antigen test of up to 24 hours old on arrival
In Vienna, an FFP2 mask is mandatory on public transport, in pharmacies and in medical institutions, from the age of 6. Children aged 6 to 13 may also wear a medical mouth mask. Otherwise, the FFP2 mask is still mandatory in Austria only in medical institutions.
We advise you to bring a face mask with you in Austria.
This registration form is only required for travelers from 12 years of age who cannot show a vaccination, recovery certificate or negative test (3G) upon entry. They are also subject to a 10-day quarantine obligation.
Restaurants and cafes
Nightclubs, discotheques and après-ski
Museums, theaters and attractions