COVID-19 Travel Advice

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

COVID-19 Travel Advice for Lithuania

The safety of our customers has our fullest attention and is always our top priority! On this page you will find all important and necessary information for your crossing to Lithunia and the corona regulation within Lithuania.

We have also implemented a hygiene concept on board to ensure a safe and comfortable crossing for our passengers. Here you can find our measures onboard.

  • Who is generally permitted to enter Lithuania?

    As of 1 June, the entry into the Republic of Lithuania is only allowed for locals, citizens of the countries of the European Economic Area, the Swiss Confederation and of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, and persons lawfully residing in these countries, who arrive from these countries.
    The list of such countries shall be approved and made public every Monday by the State Commander of National Emergency Operations in Lithuania.

  • What are the entry requirements for entering Lithuania ?

    • A registration upon arrival is mandatory for all travellers at the National Public Health Center not earlier than 48 hours before arrival.

    • There is no longer a quarantine obligation for entrants from several countries. Among others, also from Poland and Germany.

    • A COVID-19 test, which should not be older than 72 hours on arrival, is required of all travellers from all countries so far. Fully vaccinated, convalescents and persons covered by the exemption are not concerned by the testing requirement.
    • People who have already had the virus or have already been fully vaccinated do not need to be tested or quarantined, as long as it is possible to provide a medical certificate or vaccination certificate (in one of the official languages of the European Union) to confirm that COVID-19 disease has been present within the last 180 or that they have already been fully vaccinated.

    Children under 7 years of age are exempt from testing and quarantine obligations.
    Children from 7 to 16 years of age are exempt from quarantine if a negative COVID-19 test can be presented.
    If a test would be made already in Lithuania, quarantine is compulsory until the test result is presented.

    Further infromation can be found on the website of the Ministry of Health of The republic of Lithunia.

  • What regulations apply if I cannot present a negative test upon entry?

    In case of not having a negative COVID-19 test, it is necessary to fill in the this document for the National Public Health Centre, where your passenger data will be verified and registered for testing at the mobile coronavirus testing site. It is recommended to register for the test on the Coronavirus Hotline 1808 (the number is only working in Lithuania) in advance.

  • Are there any border controls?

    In the port of Klaipeda, in addition to passport controls, there may also be medical-quarantine control after arrival. Persons with any kind of corona symptoms will be stopped at the border.

  • Which COVID-19 tests are recognized for entering Lithuania?

    Generally, methods of nucleic acid amplification technology (PCR, LAMP, TMA) and antigen tests are recognized. Rapid antigen tests are recognized if they meet the minimum criteria recommended by the WHO. Antibody testing is not recognized.

  • Do I have to wear a mouth-nose protection?

    Face masks are not required in open spaces, where there are no other people except family members within the radius of 2 metres. In common areas of accommodation facilities and indoors a mouth-nose protection is mandatory.

  • Is it allowed to meet with other people?


    Meetings with people from other families or households are prohibited or subject to strict conditions. Exceptions are made for stays and walks outside. It will be allowed to be in public places outdoors in groups of maximum 5 persons or in groups of two families and/or two households.

  • Are shops and supermarkets open?

    Most of the supermarkets, pharmacies, shops and shopping centres are open. Minimum distance, capacity and hygiene requirements continue to apply. Restaurants are only allowed to sell out-of-home.

  • What are the returning requirements to Germany?

    According to German classification, Lithuania is currently considered a risk area.

    If you have stayed in a risk area within the last 10 days:

    • You are obliged to register your entry to Germany digitally and to go into a domestic quarantine immediately upon entry. You can submit the digital registration under the following link: www.einreiseanmeldung.de.

    After registration you will receive a confirmation with a QR code or a registration number (Formular-ID). We kindly ask you to register urgently before the Check-In at the harbour. You cannot check in without the confirmation. You must still carry the document with you on entry and show it to the authorities on request.

    • In addition, a COVID-19 test must be shown within 48 hours of entering Germany at the latest. A negative test result automatically ends the quarantine obligation.
  • Which exceptions apply?

    There are some special regulations regarding the quarantine obligation, such as the exemption for people who use Germany as a transit country or stay in the country for no longer than 72 hours to visit first- degree relatives.

    These exemptions vary within Germany. Please inform yourself about the regulations in your respective state at your responsible health authority.

    Generally fright drivers and bus drivers are exempt from quarantine regulations and testing requirements if they do not show any typical Covid-19 symptoms.

    The following groups of persons are exempt from the testing obligation when entering from a high-incidence area:

    • persons who have not yet reached the age of six years are exempt from mandatory testing
    • if a high incidence area was only used for transit, without an intermediate stay
    • if the Federal Republic of Germany is only being used for transit and is being left again immediately
    • if a stay of less than 72 hours due to occupational reasons involves the cross-border transport of persons, goods or merchandise by road, rail, ship, or air; in doing so, protection & hygiene concepts must be observed
    • if persons from official delegations have spent less than 72 hours in a high incidence area
    • if a competent authority grants further exemptions in justified individual cases and with a valid reason

    The following groups of persons are exempt from the registration obligation:

    • Persons who have only travelled through a risk area without an intermediate stay
    • Persons who enter the Federal Republic of Germany only for transit
    • Persons who enter the Federal Republic of Germany for professional reasons to transport persons, goods, or merchandise across borders by road, sail, sea, or air

    Exemptions for fully vaccinated and recovered persons:

    • The testing and quarantine obligation upon return from risk area does not apply to those who have recovered and been fully vaccinated. The proof of vaccination or of having survived the infection must be reported via Digital Registration on Entry.

     You may find more information on the website of the Federal Ministry of Health

Frequently asked questions

  • Where can I get tested?

    Trelleborg
    In the port of Trelleborg you have the possibility to get tested in the check-in area. You do not need to register before. It is a drop in test station.

    InnoVacc Trelleborgs Hamn at the check-in terminal.

     

    Opening hours:
    Monday-Thursday: 08:00 a.m. to  12:00 a.m.
    Friday: 08:00 a.m. to 12:00 a.m.
    Saturday: 08:30 a.m. to 12:00 a.m.
    Sunday: 09:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m.

    You can find detailed information here.

     

    Travemünde
    There is no test centre in the port of Travemünde so far. The nearest test centre is located at car parking of the LUV SHOPPING shopping centre in Lübeck-Dänischburg. It is possible to make an appointment online.

     

    Corona-Schnelltest LUV
    Dänischburger Landstr. 81
    23569 Lübeck

     

    Opening hours:
    Monday to Friday: 08:00 a.m. to 04:00 p.m. 

    You can find detailed information here.

     

    Rostock
    There is no test centre in the port of Rostock so far. The nearest test centre is located in the shopping centre "Rostocker Hof" in Rostock city centre. It is possible to make an appointment online.

     

    Centogene
    Galerie Rostocker Hof
    1. Obergeschoss, Laden Nr. 32
    Kröpeliner Str. 26-28
    18055 Rostock

     

    Opening hours:
    Monday to friday 08:00 a.m. to 04:00 p.m.

    You can find detailed information here.

  • What should I pay attention to when booking a new crossing?

    • Use our Flexibility add-on for full flexibility. If you book the FLEX option, you can change or cancel your crossing up to 24 hours before departure without any fees.

     

    • For the necessary comfort we recommend booking a cabin, here you will find the suitable offers

     

    • Book comfortable and easy online
  • Who can I contact if I have any questions?

    • Contact our team preferably via our contact form

     

    • For bookings within the next 72 hours, please contact us by phone at 0180 66 66 600 (German landline 20 ct./call; German mobile phone max. 60 ct./call)

     

    • Requests are answered Monday to Friday from 08:00 a.m to 06:00 p.m. according to the date of submission.

TT-Line crossings

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