Table of contents:
- 1. Greece
- 2. Albania
- 3. Cyprus
- 4. Georgia
- 5. Croatia
- 6. Bulgaria
- 7. Morocco
- 9. Sri Lanka
- 10. UAE
2023 Author: Malcolm Clapton | [email protected]. Last modified: 2023-07-28 10:38
Countries are gradually opening up their borders, and vacation no longer seems like an unattainable dream. Together with the service, we found out which countries and on what conditions you can go this year.
If you miss Europe, then Greece. Before the visit, all passengers from Russia over 12 years old need to have a PCR test (in the last 72 hours before the trip) or a rapid antigen test (in the last 48 hours). Upon arrival, all Russian travelers over 12 years of age will also undergo a mandatory express test for coronavirus. It's free. Until the result is obtained, tourists will not be able to leave the airport. If the test is positive, tourists are placed in a quarantine hotel. The quarantine is paid by the Greek authorities. Also, before the trip, you must fill out, indicating your contacts in Greece.
Russians can visit Greece on a Schengen visa. An air ticket from Moscow to Athens and back for one passenger in economy class costs from 14,600 rubles. Traveling to Crete will cost more - from 40 thousand. A double room in a four-star hotel can be rented for $ 50-70 per day. But remember that due to the coronavirus, there may be restrictions on visiting restaurants, clubs and other public places.
From Russia to Albania, neighboring with Greece. And now they do not need any tests or a certificate of vaccination. Since June 1, the country has canceled the mask regime, allowed to visit museums and restaurants and, of course, swim and sunbathe on the beach. Albania is washed by the waters of the Adriatic and Ionian Seas. There are clean sandy and pebbly beaches, and in August the weather is pleasant - up to 30 degrees Celsius.
If you plan to have a rest in the country from June 10 to November 30, then you do not need to apply for a visa. You can stay in Albania for up to 90 days. to Tirana from Moscow and back costs from 22,700 rubles. A double room in a four-star hotel can be rented for $ 40-50 per day.
From April 1, Russian tourists in Cyprus. In August, the weather is warm and sunny. In Cyprus, it will be interesting for active tourists - water skiing, soaring over the waves with a parachute or diving in a mask. And if you want to go on an excursion, then you can go to the archaeological park of Paphos to look at the excavations of the ancient city.
Travelers over 12 years old before visiting Cyprus need to do a PCR test (within 24 hours before departure) and fill out a special one. At the airport, the test will have to be repeated (it costs 27-29 euros), and then wait for the results in self-isolation. Vaccinated passengers, including "Sputnik V", are exempted from the PCR test and quarantine.
To travel to Cyprus you need a tourist visa. On it, the country can be visited once and stay there for no more than 90 days within six months.
from Moscow to Larnaca and back from 21,400 rubles. Accommodation in a four-star hotel will cost $ 40-50 per day.
Georgia is open to tourists. Here you can sunbathe on the beach or walk in the mountains. Lovers of good food will also like it in Georgia - the traditional cuisine is rich in hearty and aromatic dishes.
To enter the country, Russians will be asked to present a negative PCR test taken 72 hours prior to their visit to Georgia. On the third day of stay in the country, it will need to be repeated. If you have a certificate of complete vaccination (including "Sputnik V"), then the test is not needed.
Fill in before crossing the border. It will ask you to provide your travel history for the last 14 days and contact information.
Russians can travel in Georgia without a visa. A plane ticket from Moscow to Tbilisi and back costs from 21,900 rubles. A double room in the hotel can be found for $ 30 per night.
Since June, the Russians have been to Croatia. This country is ready to offer tourists sandy and pebble beaches on the shores of the Adriatic Sea and a mild Mediterranean climate. Croatia has beautiful cities. Dubrovnik, for example, is located by the sea - turquoise waves wash at the foot of a medieval fortress.
Flights from Moscow and back to Dubrovnik cost from 28 thousand rubles. You can also fly to Zagreb - tickets will cost about 21,500 rubles. For accommodation for two in a four-star hotel, they will ask for $ 40-50 per day.
A PCR test or an antigen test from the EU certified list must be done 48 hours before arrival. It must be in English. You can also enter the country with a certificate of the transferred coronavirus or with a certificate of vaccination with "Sputnik V" - the second vaccination must be done no later than 14 days before travel. In this case, tests are not required, but the certificate must be in English. In addition, you need to fill in the entry form and have proof of payment for accommodation in Croatia.
Russian tourists need to get a national visa to visit Croatia. If you have a multiple Schengen, you can enter the country on it.
Travel to Bulgaria this summer. Holidays here will cost less than in more popular European resorts, while there will be fewer tourists on the beach. Bulgaria has clean sandy beaches, beautiful nature and delicious cuisine.
To travel to Bulgaria, Russians need to apply for a national visa. Travelers over 12 years old cannot do without the results of a PCR test carried out no earlier than 72 hours before departure, or a certificate with the result of a rapid antigen test done 48 hours before entering Bulgaria. It must be shown even if you have been vaccinated against coronavirus.
An air ticket for one traveler to economy class from Moscow and back will cost from 17,600 rubles, depending on the city of destination. And you can rent a room for two in a four-star hotel for $ 30-40 per day.
If you want something more exotic, in Morocco, especially since Russians are allowed there without a visa. But the PCR test will be required for all passengers over 10 years old - it must be done no earlier than 48 hours before the trip.
If you have not been vaccinated against coronavirus, then you will have to go through a 10-day quarantine and do a control test on the ninth day. Travelers with a full vaccination certificate, including Sputnik V, do not need to self-isolate. Please note that the vaccination must be done at least 14 days before the trip.
It's hot in Morocco in August, but the water in the Atlantic Ocean is always cool. If you get bored on the beach, you can go on an excursion to natural and historical sights or visit the oriental bazaar.
Tickets from Moscow to Casablanca and back can be found for 22,600 rubles, renting a double room in a hotel for 35-50 dollars per day.
Travelers who have explored classic destinations to Uzbekistan. This country attracts with oriental flavor, ancient architecture and interesting national cuisine. Locals say that sights are everywhere here - even the metro stations decorated in national Uzbek motives are unique. The nature of Uzbekistan is also beautiful and diverse - there are several reserves where you can admire the mountainous and lowland landscapes.
Russians do not need a visa to travel to Uzbekistan. But a negative PCR test done in the last 72 hours before arriving in the country will have to be shown. And you also need to pass a second PCR test in Uzbekistan itself within seven days from the moment of arrival.
You can fly from Moscow to Tashkent and back for 18,800 rubles. There are not so many four-star hotels in the country - a double room will cost from $ 45 per day.
9. Sri Lanka
Fans of Asian destinations vacation in Sri Lanka. In August it is warm and there is almost no rain. This time is best for excursions - you can, for example, visit the so-called "cultural triangle", which includes the cities of Anuradhapura, Polonnaruwa and Kandy. Here are the main historical relics of Sri Lanka.
Vaccinated travelers from Russia must have a PCR test before the flight, as well as on the first and seventh days in the country. Tests are paid. Tourists without vaccinations are required to undergo a 14-day quarantine and pass two PCR tests. You will also need local health insurance to cover coronavirus treatment. You can pay for insurance and tests when filling out the entry.
Vaccinated tourists from a two-week quarantine. But they are recommended to live in hotels that have a Safe & Secure certificate.
Tickets from Moscow to Colombo and back cost from 38,500 rubles. A double room in a four-star hotel can be found for $ 20-30 per night.
Hot lovers in the United Arab Emirates. In August there is a real heat - up to 40 degrees. But there are also advantages - there are few tourists here at this time. Even the locals are trying to leave for cooler places. Therefore, if you tolerate the heat well, go boldly. The Emirates has an interesting architecture that combines skyscrapers and ancient mosques, a developed infrastructure and many shopping opportunities.
If you are going to stay in the country for less than 90 days, you do not need a visa. Before departure, you need to fill out two forms: and that before visiting the country you will download the COVID-19 DXB app (available in the Apple Store and Google Play). In addition, you will need health insurance covering coronavirus treatment and a fresh printed PCR test in English (must be done within 72 hours of arrival in the country). Children under 12 do not need the test. Upon arrival in the country, you and your children will be retested free of charge. Before receiving its results, you must observe the self-isolation regime in the hotel.
Air tickets from Moscow to Dubai and back cost from 19,200 rubles. You can rent a hotel room for $ 30-40 per day.
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