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10 countries will open their doors to international tourists in June
Date : 2020-06-05

To minimize the damage caused by the Covid-19 epidemic and to quickly recover the economy, when the disease is gradually under control, many countries have planned to reopen the tourist destinations. for international visitors in June.

1. Italia

Italy - one of the European countries most affected by the Covid-19 epidemic - will open its border on June 3. People in the country can travel to the member states of the European Union (EU) and the UK. By contrast, citizens of the EU and UK can also go to Italy.

This is the peak time for vacation needs of tourists and is a good harvest for the Italian tourism industry every year. In order to ensure that the cases are completely controlled, the national health authority is responsible for monitoring the situation closely.

Traveling in a boot-shaped country, in addition to the Roman arena, the Pisa leaning tower, Lake Como, the Venice canal system is also an experience not to be missed.

2. Iceland

Iceland will begin to relax restrictions on foreign tourists by June 15. Before entering the country, travelers must have a medical record of not having Covid-19, and must comply with the regulations to ensure health safety issued by Iceland.

To Iceland, in addition to Jokulsarlon glacial lagoon, ice cave in Skaftafell, Blue Lagoon hot springs, visitors should not miss the opportunity to "hunt" the aurora borealis.

3. Germany

Germany will open the border to EU citizens from June 15.

One of the most popular tourist attractions in the country is the Neuschwanstein Castle, built in 1800 at the foot of the Alps. Neuschwanstein is a masterpiece of art and architecture, imprinted with the legend of the Middle Ages. Surrounding the castle is a beautiful natural complex that makes visitors feel lost in wonderland.

4. Austria

Austria will open its border with Czech, Slovakia and Hungary from June 15, after opening the border with its western neighbors such as Germany, Austria, Switzerland and Liechtenstein.

In addition to the ancient European beauty works, the Mostviertel region is also a great destination. Located between the Danube River and the summit of Mount Otscher, this countryside gives visitors a sense of relaxation and peace.

5. Serbia

First Deputy Prime Minister of Serbia Ivica Dacic announced plans to open the border to visitors from Montenegro, Northern Macedonia, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Albania from June 1.

Boat ride on the Danube is one of the experiences that travelers love coming to this country.

6. Jamaica

Jamaica Tourism Minister Edmund Bartlett said the country would open its border on June 1. He also announced a 5-point plan to revitalize the tourism industry, with particular attention to health assurance, hygiene and safety standards and infrastructure.

In recent years, Jamaica has been considered one of the most popular travel destinations in the world. Seven Mile Beach with its dreaming scenery is the top suggestion for tourists coming to this country.

7. Mexico

A number of Mexican states, including Quintana Roo - home of Cancun tourist "mecca" - are planning to reopen from 8 to 10 June. Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador said tourism is one of the important industries.

Initially, the opening plan was set on June 1. However, to ensure safety, the leader of this country decided to delay the time to restart the tourist areas.

8. Saint Lucia

The flight from the US on June 4 will be the first flight allowed to return to the island nation east of the Caribbean since the outbreak of Covid-19. Travelers are required to have a SARS-CoV-2 virus negative certificate within 48 hours prior to boarding, and must wear a mask and comply with the social spacing regulation.

Saint Lucia is the most mountainous country in the Caribbean. The most famous destinations of Saint Lucia are Gros Piton and Petit Piton, recognized by UNESCO as a world heritage site in 2004.

9. Antigua and Barbuda

National Tourism Ministers Antigua and Barbuda, Charles Fernandez, reopened the reopening of the country, allowing resumption of international flights from June 4-6. Travelers wishing to enter the country must have a negative Covid-19 test result.

10. Aruba

The Aruba government plans to open the border between June 15 and July 1. To ensure the safety of both tourists and locals, Aruba Tourism Authority and the Ministry of Public Health are setting up a mandatory sanitation and hygiene certification program for all businesses involved. travel across the country.

As one of the Caribbean island states, the country's tourist "specialty" is the blue beaches with white sand stretches.


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