Entry Requirements

The safety of our customers has our full attention and is always our top priority.

Travel Information & Entry Requirements

It is important to us that your trip is safe and that you know the most important travel information about your vacation country, so that you can experience your trip abroad as safely and relaxed as possible.

Therefore, we have not only compiled an overview with the most important information for travelers to Sweden, Lithuania and Poland. Here you will also find general entry requirements for your destination.

For example, we inform you about entering the country with children, entering the country with pets, applicable ID requirements and import regulations for goods subject to customs duties.

General information for Germany, Sweden, Lithuania and Poland

For travel to the countries Germany, Sweden, Lithuania and Poland we have compiled a short general overview with information on entry. It applies:

  • Identification requirement: a valid passport or ID card of an EU country with a photo is required for travel. Please note that children also need their own identification documents.
  • Traveling with children: Young people under the age of 14 are not allowed to travel unaccompanied. Youth ages 14-17 require written consent from a parent or guardian.
  • Traveling with pets: According to the Federal Ministry of Food and Agriculture, dogs, cats and ferrets require ID identification, a valid rabies vaccination, a valid EU pet passport and must be registered with customs in the respective country of travel. Dogs must be at least 15 weeks old. Special regulations also apply when entering the country with more than five animals.
  • Driving: When driving a vehicle, different regulations sometimes apply abroad than in Germany. You can read the exact regulations on the pages about entering Sweden, Lithuania and Poland.
  • Goods subject to customs duties & import regulations: There are generally no customs duties when importing goods within the EU. However, certain restrictions also apply to private individuals and guideline quantities apply to the import of, for example, alcohol, tobacco, fuel and coffee. You can read the exact regulations here.
  • Corona regulations: Restrictions related to the Corona pandemic have largely been lifted in most travel countries. As a rule, testing and quarantine are no longer required.

Before you travel, please check with the authorities in the destination country for current travel warnings, safety advisories, and daily updated information on Corona and the virus variant areas. All information without guarantee.

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