With delicious food, stunning landscapes, and historic castles, many people visit Germany each year. Located in the heart of Europe, Germany maintains the continent’s most powerful economy. Germany is home to some of the world’s most stunning landscapes, from endless castles, medieval towns straight out of a fairytale and the towering alps, Germany has so much to offer. Today we will talk about the travel requirements from Manchester to Germany during the COVID-19 pandemic so that you can plan your trip accordingly.
WHAT YOU NEED IF YOU ARE FULLY VACCINATED
Everyone who is traveling from Manchester to Germany must do a digital registration before departure; this is required by Germany. If you are fully vaccinated, you can enter Germany from Manchester for any reason of travel. Germany has now lifted the ban for vaccinated travelers and they will no longer need to quarantine themselves. Germany accepts the UK’s proof of vaccination certificate and your last dose must be taken two weeks before travel. Provide proof of your vaccination certificate in digital or physical form. You cannot use NHS’s appointment card from the vaccination center to use as your vaccination certificate as this will not work and shall not be accepted..
IF YOU ARE NOT FULLY VACCINATED
People who are unvaccinated and are wishing to travel from Manchester to Germany may not be able to do so but there are some exemptions to this rule. You can only enter if you are a citizen of Germany, you are a parent that has a child in Germany, You are a child and visiting a parent from Germany, you are a spouse of a German citizen, you have a permanent residency holder status or you have any other urgent reason to travel. All these exempted travelers who are six years old or over will need to take a negative COVID-19 test. You can take a PCR fit to fly test or a lateral flow test (LFT) fit to fly test and both should be taken within 48 hours. You can get these tests from Point 19 Testing and you can order your LFT or get your PCR test. Book tests from any city or town you are living in by typing PCR test in Trafford, PCR test in Wigan, PCR test in Barnsley, PCR test in Doncaster.
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PLACES TO VISIT IN GERMANY
There are many places you can visit on your next trip from Manchester to Germany and below is a list for you so you can easily pick.
- Bamberg: This historic town spans seven hilltops each of which is topped with a church. The town dates back to the 9th century and it’s long history can be felt everywhere you look.
- Cologne: Germany’s most populated city cologne doesn’t always make the itinerary on shorter trips but it really should be made a priority as it is bursting scenes with cultural and historic attractions
- Rothenberg ob der Tauber: As you walk the streets you can’t help but think that you have been transported back to medieval times.
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