From 1 October 2022, Luxembourg will remove the temporary pandemic restrictions on entry for third-country nationals residing outside of the EU or Schengen area.
According to a press release issued by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs on Thursday, third-country nationals will now be permitted to travel to the Grand Duchy for non-essential journeys, such as tourism, regardless of vaccination status.
The restrictions were introduced in spring 2020 as a method of controlling the coronavirus outbreak. Now, the previous travel restrictions will apply instead, including, for example, a limit of 90 days for stays within the Schengen area. Travellers must also be in possession of a valid passport and must check visa rules prior to their journey. Further details can be found here.
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