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10D7N D'BOHEMIA HIGHLIGHTS
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11D8N D’EUROPEAN EXPLORER
  • (EEUE11)
  • $720fr $2,188
10D7N D' TREASURES OF ITALY
  • (EDTI10)
  • $720fr $2,488
10D7N CHARMING GERMANY
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11D8N MAGICAL WINTER SWITZERLAND
  • (EWMS11)
  • $720fr $3,388
15D12N D'IMPERIAL EASTERN EUROPE
  • (EDIM15)
  • $720fr $3,988

Step-by-step Instructions from SG to Europe

Entering to Italy

Negative COVID test

A certificate attesting the negative result of a molecular (PCR) test or an antigenic test carried out within 72 hours before entering Italy

Need to fill in Digital Passenger Locator Form

Link to the Digital Passenger Locator Form: Digital Passenger Locator Form

Vaccines listed below are recognised as valid proof of vaccination in Italy:

  • Comirnaty Pfizer-BioNTech by BioNTech Manufacturing GmbH
  • Spikevax, formerly Moderna by Moderna Biotech Spain, SL
  • Vaxzvria, formerly AstraZeneca by AstraZeneca Ab
  • Janssen (Johnson & Johnson) by Janssen - Cilag International NV

Entering to Switzerland

Proof of a negative PCR test, taken within the previous 72 hours

Persons under the age of 18 who have not been vaccinated because of their age and who are travelling with an adult (parents, siblings, grandparents or other caregivers) who has been fully vaccinated are permitted to enter Switzerland.

Everyone entering Switzerland must present a completed entry form

Fill out the electronic entry form on a computer or smartphone at the earliest 48 hours before the travel in order to receive a QR code by email

People who have received one of the following vaccines can enter Switzerland:

  • Pfizer/BioNTech (BNT162b2 / Comirnaty® / Tozinameran)
  • Moderna (mRNA-1273 / Spikevax / COVID-19 vaccine Moderna)
  • AstraZeneca (AZD1222 Vaxzevria® / Covishield™)
  • Janssen / Johnson & Johnson (Ad26.COV2.S)
  • Sinopharm / BIBP (SARS-CoV-2 Vaccine (Vero Cell))
  • Sinovac (CoronaVac)
  • COVAXIN®

Entering to Germany

PCR Test

PCR Test must have been carried out no more than 72 hours prior to entry (time of swabbing)

Digital Entry Registration

Travellers need to register Digital Entry Registration before arriving in Germany (Register at any time in the ten days prior to your entry)

Germany currently recognises these vaccines:

  • BioNTech/Pfizer Manufacturing GmbH, Comirnaty (including BNT162b2/COMIRNATY, Tozinameran)
  • Janssen-Cilag International NV
  • Moderna Biotech Spain, S.L., Spikevax (including mRNA-1273)
  • AstraZeneca AB, Schweden, Vaxzevria (including AZD 1222)

Entering to UK

Testing

Take the test any time in the 3 days before the service on which you will arrive in England departs.

Before you travel to England you must:

  • Book and pay for a COVID-19 test - to be taken before the end of day 2 in England
  • Complete a Passenger Locator Form - to be completed in the 48 hours before you arrive in England. After you complete the form you will receive a QR code via email. You can print this out or show it on your phone as proof of completion.

You will need to enter your COVID-19 test booking reference number on your passenger locator form.

You must have had a complete course of one of the following vaccines at least 14 days before you arrive in England:

  • Oxford/AstraZeneca
  • Pfizer BioNTech
  • Moderna
  • Janssen
  • Sinovac-CoronaVac
  • Sinopharm Beijing
  • Covaxin

Entering to France

Testing

PCR test taken less than 72 hours before the flight or a negative antigenic test taken less than 48 hours before the flight

Unvaccinated children aged 12 and over will need to present a negative test result

Declaration

Need to fill in a Sworn Declaration

Only vaccines authorized by the European Medicines Agency (EMA) will be accepted:

  • Pfizer (Comirnaty)
  • Moderna
  • AstraZeneca (Vaxzevria)
  • Johnson & Johnson (Janssen)
  • AstraZeneca (Covishield)

Frequently Asked Questions

Information accurate as at Nov 24, 2021 and is subject to change with / without prior notice

Entry Into Europe

All travellers must be fully vaccinated (except children aged 12 and below as of calendar year) and will be required to provide the following:

The arrangement only applies to Singaporean Citizens travelling from Singapore. Eligible travellers will not need to have been in Singapore for 14 days before their proposed travel.

Singaporean citizens travelling from countries other than Singapore are not eligible.

If a Singaporean citizen is travelling with family members, including dependent children, who are not also citizens of Singapore (or other’s citizens or permanent residents), those family members are not eligible to travel to Europe without a travel exemption. Travellers who are not eligible to travel to Europe may be able eligible to obtain an individual travel exemption. Travel exemption requests are assessed on a case-by-case basis.

You can fly from Singapore into most VTL countries without quarantine. The entry requirements for fully vaccinated travellers are as follows:

Vaccinated Singapore citizens will be able to enter Europe without the need to quarantine upon arrival from 21 November 2021. Permanent residents of Singapore who are third country nationals are not eligible to travel under the arrangements.

New rules on the validity of EU Digital COVID Certificate (EU DCC) and the coordination of safe travel in the EU. As of 1 February 2022, there are new rules in place that establish a binding acceptance period of 9 months for vaccination certificates, used for travel within the EU.

Member States must accept vaccination certificates for a period of 9 months following the administration of the last dose of the primary vaccination. For the Johnson & Johnson vaccine this means 270 days from the first and only shot. For a two-dose vaccine it means 270 days from the second shot, or, in line with the vaccination strategy of the Member State of vaccination, the first and only shot after having recovered from the virus.

Member States should not provide for a different acceptance period for the purposes of travel within the European Union. The standard acceptance period does not apply to certificates for booster doses.

These rules apply only to the vaccination certificates used for the purpose of travel in the EU. Member States may apply different rules when using the EU Digital COVID Certificate in a domestic context, but are invited to align with the acceptance period set at EU level.

A person who has a valid EU Digital COVID Certificate should in principle not be subject to additional restrictions, such as tests or quarantine, regardless of their place of departure in the EU.

Persons without an EU Digital COVID Certificate should be allowed to travel based on a test carried out prior to or after arrival. In addition, they might be required to undergo quarantine/self-isolation when they arrive from particularly affected (dark red) areas.

An EU Digital COVID Certificate is a digital proof that a person has either

  • √ been vaccinated against COVID-19
  • √ received a negative test result or
  • √ recovered from COVID-19

To be eligible, travellers must:

  • Key features of the certificate
  • Digital and/or paper format
  • with QR code
  • free of charge
  • in national language and English
  • safe and secure
  • valid in all EU countries

Who can get the EU Digital COVID certificate?

  • All EU citizens and their family members
  • Non-EU nationals who are legally staying or residing in a Member State and have the right to travel to other Member States

So far, 33 non-EU countries (and territories) have joined the EU Digital COVID Certificate system, based on EU equivalence decisions.

The COVID certificates issued in those 33 countries (and territories) are accepted in the EU under the same conditions as the EU Digital COVID Certificate. Likewise, the EU Digital COVID Certificate is accepted by those 33 countries.

Commission Implementing Decisions (EU) on the equivalence of COVID-19 certificates issued by non-EU countries, please click the link below to obtain the certificate accordingly; https://ec.europa.eu/info/publications/commission-implementing-decisions-eu-equivalence-covid-19-certificates-issued-non-eu-countries_en

Different Europe countries have different vaccine acceptance, please refer to the below link for your clarification :

https://www.covidpasscertificate.com/covid-vaccines-for-travel-to-europe/

All children aged under 12 years, as demonstrated by their passport, count as fully vaccinated for travel purposes.

Travellers vaccinated in other countries must present certificates in formats that meet the following criteria:

  • Issued by a national or state / provincial-level authority or an accredited vaccination provider
  • written in English or accompanied by a certified translation
  • containing at a minimum:
    • name as it appears in the traveller's passport
    • either date of birth or passport number
    • the vaccine brand name, and
    • the date of each dose or the date on which a full course of immunisation was completed.

Paper and digital certificates are equally acceptable.

A traveller will not be considered fully vaccinated unless at least 7 days have passed since the last dose of vaccine in a course of immunisation.

Preparing to travel to Europe

To be eligible for quarantine-free travel to Europe without seeking an exemption, Singaporean citizens need not hold a valid European visa.

If you were vaccinated overseas and you do not have an International COVID-19 Vaccination Certificate, you must obtain one from the country in which you received your vaccination.

Have a hard copy or an electronic copy of your vaccination certificate as Airlines will verify this when you check in for your flight.

If you are unable to meet the proof of vaccination requirements, you will not be qualified as a fully vaccinated traveller.

Present your foreign vaccination certificate or International COVID-19 Vaccination Certificate, negative COVID-19 test result and completed ATD to the airline staff for your check in.

Mask wearing requirements

Yes. Masks are not required for:

  • children aged 11 years and younger at the time of boarding, as they may not be able to handle it safely
  • anyone who has a medical condition that prevents them from wearing a mask with proof of medical certificate. The medical certificate must include the following information:
    • the traveller's name (must match the travel documents)
    • date of medical consultation and details of the traveller's medical practitioner (including name, address, and type of practice)
    • details that clearly acknowledge that the passenger cannot wear a mask due to a medical condition

If the above details are not included on the medical certificate, the passenger does not meet the exemption requirements.

The traveller must agree to wear a mask, or they will not be allowed to check-in and board the flight.

Yes, travellers can remove their mask to eat and drink. They should replace their mask with a fresh one when they finish. They must also remove their mask if an airline or government official asks you to, for identification, emergency, safety or other purposes. Travellers should wash their hands or perform hand hygiene after removing their mask and again after re-applying their mask.

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