Popular European country relaxed antiquated tourist restrictions

From December 18, tourists will be able to check-in to hotels in ski resorts in Bulgaria without PCR test

Antique restrictions for foreign travelers, including those from Russia. Information about this appeared on the website of the Ministry of Tourism of the Republic.

So, from December 18, travelers will be able to check into hotels in ski resorts in Bulgaria and use infrastructure without presenting documents confirming the absence of coronavirus or the fact of a previous illness.

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resorts and other places of recreation, tourists must have a vaccination certificate, a certificate of infection or a PCR test no older than 72 hours. Children under 18 years of age are exempted from providing these documents.

In the resorts of the republic, the obligation remains to maintain social distance and wear masks when traveling in public transport and staying in pharmacies and shops, banks, post offices, restaurants, and others public institutions.

Earlier in December, the authorities of Montenegro in connection with the emergence of a new strain of coronavirus omicron tightened the rules of entry for vaccinated travelers. So, from December 3, foreign tourists can enter the country only upon presentation of one of the four established documents to choose from.