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COVID-19 travel restrictions: Luxembourg

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This article was published on May 26, 2022, and all the information in the article is correct as of this time. Before you book your trip, we highly recommend that you also check official sources for the most up-to-date travel requirements, as they are subject to constant change.

Can I enter Luxembourg? 

Luxembourg is open for tourism to travelers from certain countries as of April 2022. Please read the information below, particularly that under the Who cannot enter Luxembourg? section to determine whether you will be permitted entry.

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Can I enter Luxembourg if I am vaccinated?

You can enter Luxembourg if you are vaccinated. You are considered fully vaccinated if you have received both doses of a vaccine (or one dose in the case of a single-dose vaccine) at least 14 days before arriving in Luxembourg.

As of April 2022, the following vaccine drugs are approved in Luxembourg:

  • BioNTech Pfizer / Comirnaty
  • Moderna / Spikevax
  • AstraZeneca / Vaxzevria
  • Janssen / Vaccine Janssen
  • Covishield (Serum Institute of India Pvt. Ltd (SII))
  • R-Covi (R-Pharm)
  • Covid-19 vaccine (recombinant) (FIOCRUZ)

Travel documents if I am vaccinated

  • A document confirming your vaccination status 

Along with EU Digital COVID Certificates, Luxembourg also recognizes certificates issued by the following countries:

Can I enter Luxembourg if I am unvaccinated?

You can enter Luxembourg if you are unvaccinated. 

Travel documents if I am unvaccinated

Unvaccinated travelers not from the EU or from the countries listed above need to present the following documents:

  • A negative result of a PCR or LAMP test taken within 48 hours, or of a rapid antigen test taken within 24 hours of the scheduled departure time of your flight to Luxembourg
  • A certificate of recovery from COVID-19 that is no more than 180 days old

Who can enter Luxembourg?

Please be aware that only travelers from certain countries can enter Luxembourg for tourism. These countries are:

If you are traveling from a country other than those listed above, you must have an essential reason to travel.

Can I leave Luxembourg?

You can leave Luxembourg.

Can I leave Luxembourg if I am vaccinated?

Vaccinated travelers can leave Luxembourg.

Travel documents if you are vaccinated

Vaccinated travelers should be able to present the following documents when leaving Luxembourg:

  • A vaccination certificate
  • A negative COVID-19 test result, depending on the destination country 

Please be aware of all the requirements regarding certificates and tests of your destination country in advance of travel.

Can I leave Luxembourg if I am unvaccinated?

Unvaccinated travelers can leave Luxembourg.

Travel documents if I am unvaccinated

If you are unvaccinated, present one of the following documents:

  • Documentation of recovery from COVID-19 (no more than 180 days old before the day of crossing the border of a particular country)
  • A negative COVID-19 test result (the relevant period and kind of test may vary, please check the requirements of your destination country)

COVID-19 situation in Luxembourg currently

Luxembourg has been actively fighting against COVID-19 and traveling there is relatively safe.

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Is it safe to travel to Luxembourg right now?

As of April 2022, you will be safe travel to Luxembourg providing you follow basic COVID-19 regulations:

  • Wearing masks
  • Maintaining social distance

Is Luxembourg City open for travel?

The capital is open for travel.

Do I have to go into quarantine if I go to Luxembourg?

You do not need to undergo any quarantine in Luxembourg.

How do I get a health pass to travel to Luxembourg?

Travelers from EU countries can use their EU Digital COVID Certificates. Travelers from outside the EU should use their own countries’ certificates (if applicable — see the relevant list above) or carry their documents in paper format.

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