Expert examination: Travel safely despite Corona – this is how it works!

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Contrary to the beginning of the crisis, Corona does not deter tourists anymore. The travel industry is booming, and after another winter of lockdown and anti-corona measures, people are longing for the sun, the sea and the holidays. Experts from Christophorus Reisebüro explain the safety precautions that still apply.

“We are currently seeing a clear upward trend in bookings. Travel destinations in Europe are particularly popular. This is because there are still complicated entry and visa regulations for long-distance travel due to Corona,” says Andreas Kroll of travel agency Christophoros. Especially with the dream destination Sardinia, a significant increase in reservations can be seen. This is because Sardinia is generally sparsely populated and very spacious, so large crowds can easily be avoided. Despite the increased joy of travel or precisely because of it, one should not ignore and adhere to the established procedures.

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The Italian island of Sardinia remains one of the most popular holiday destinations in Europe. Far from mass tourism, the Italian island has not been affected as much by the pandemic. That’s why travel experts from Christophorus-Reisen have found out about the Corona measures in place in Sardinia and how safe travel is still possible:

Before leaving, it is important to familiarize yourself with the applicable admission requirements. As is the case almost anywhere in Europe, you must pre-register online (Sardinian registration). “Registration is easy and only takes a few minutes. There is now a version in German, which makes this even easier,” says Andreas Kroll.

The form with health questions like for example b. Whether you’ve had a fever recently, or hospital visits are behind you, they can be completed. Upon arrival by plane, all documents are checked upon check-in. With a valid EU Covid Certificate or Green Passport, quarantine in the destination country is not necessary. More detailed information about the applicable requirements can be found on the website of the Austrian Ministry of Foreign Affairs or the German Federal Foreign Office.

Hotels and residences offer additional safety precautions

Many people meet within a short period of time, especially in well-booked hotels and vacation facilities, which can increase the risk of infection. That is why in many hotels in Italy, despite the 2G regulation, corona testing is considered standard upon arrival. It is best to inquire with the hotel management before departure about the regulations applicable to their accommodation.

In general, Christophorus holiday testers are enthusiastic about the hygiene procedures on site: “There were many additional safety precautions in our hotel, such as panes of Plexiglas in the individual stations of the buffets. Basically, we felt very comfortable and the safety distance from one to two meters can always be maintained. Two meters well in the hotel and outdoors.”

More tips for more safety when traveling

Of course, it is also important to comply with general hygiene measures. Of course, this includes keeping your distance and washing your hands regularly. In addition, large crowds of people should be avoided as much as possible. If this is not possible, be sure to wear a mask. FFP-2 masks are also mandatory in Italy on public transport, closed rooms and at public cultural events, competitions or sporting events. This applies to everyone except for children under 6 years old.

So if you follow the rules when entering the country and on site, then nothing stands in the way of a comfortable and, above all, safe and carefree vacation.

Travel safely with Christophorus All information about Corona in Sardinia

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