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Coronavirus Advice


Are there special regulations or restrictions while holidaying in the Netherlands?

 

To enter the Netherlands, passengers must provide:
- Proof of a negative rapid test or a negative NAAT (PCR) test together with a negative rapid test. Click here for details on the requirement.
- A completed quarantine declaration. A quarantine is mandatory for travelers from the United Kingdom, click here for more details about the quarantine requirements.

If you cannot show the negative COVID-19 test result (s) or the completed quarantine declaration, you will not be allowed to board.
Failure to comply with the above measures is a criminal offence and may result in a fine.
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PLEASE NOTE: When travelling from the UK to the Netherlands, passengers must self-isolate for 10 day unless transiting through to another country. When returning to the UK after visiting the Netherlands, passengers are also required to self-isolate for 10 days and complete a Locator Form. See the UK Government advice page for up-to-date details. The Dutch Government have put in place Covid-19 restrictions, safety is still a top priority for all countries. In line with this, the Dutch government have released important rules that all visitors must follow.

 

For a list of all approved countries from the Dutch government and additional information relating to Coronavirus please visit: www.government.nl

 

If you are travelling from a country that is part of the EU or the Schengen area, the EU entry ban does not apply to you.