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Know before you go – all the latest travel advice as well as entry requirements for your trip.

Travel Requirements

As the UK and Europe has reopened it’s important to be aware of the latest official travel advice, including the entry and testing requirements for your destination.  Travel restrictions can change frequently and so it’s important that you check the official Government sites before booking and before you travel to ensure you have the most up-to-date information and advice. We have provided the links to these Government sites below. 

 

Prior to travel please ensure you have all of the required Covid-19 documentation to enter the country you are travelling to, as without it you may be unable to travel.  It is your responsibility to ensure that you have all of the required documentation for all passengers travelling.

 

Your wellbeing is our top priority.  Read more about our enhanced safety measures here on our Sail Safe page.

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Travelling to Britain

Visit https://www.gov.uk/uk-border-control for the latest travel advice and requirements.

Travelling to Denmark

A valid ID is required to travel with Stena Line onboard and in our terminals and it is mandatory to wear facemasks for passengers aged 13 years and over. For further information regarding restrictions onboard and at your destination, which may affect your ability to travel with us, please visit https://bit.ly/3y0EKQe . Latest check-in time at the port is 30 minutes before departure time.


Travelling from Denmark to Sweden

  • Everyone from 13 years and over who is not a Swedish citizen must present a negative Covid test which is a maximum of 48 hours old upon arrival in Sweden (PCR, antigen, lamp. Only test is approved upon entry into Sweden, no vaccination certificate or recovery / immunity passport)
  • All Swedish citizens aged 13 and over - who can present the population registration document from the Tax Authority, must either present a complete vaccination certificate or a negative test, antigen or PCR which is a maximum of 72 hours old on time of arrival in Sweden. If you have a Swedish passport, you do not need to show the population registration document

 

 

Travelling from Sweden to Denmark

If you are 16 years of age or older, in order to travel in addition, you must be able to present at least one of the following:

 

1. Complete vaccination certificate, NOTE! If you have it digitally, make sure the expiration date is still valid.

First and last name and date of birth of the vaccinated

What the vaccination is about

Name of the vaccine / manufacturer

Vaccination status

Date of receipt of each vaccination

The vaccine must be approved by the European Medicines Agency (EMA)

There must have been a minimum of two weeks and a maximum of 12 months after full vaccination

AstraZeneca as the first vaccination together with another approved vaccine also applies as a full vaccination

You must be a permanent resident and have received the vaccinations in the EU or Schengen country

 

2. A negative COVID test, PCR or antigen test, which is max. 72 hours old from the time of testing

 

This also applies to day trips.

 

If you have not been vaccinated but previously infected, you cannot travel with Stena Line without a negative test.

 

Visit  https://www.krisinformation.se/en/hazards-and-risks/disasters-and-incidents/2020/official-information-on-the-new-coronavirus/travel-restrictions  for the latest travel guides and requirements.

  

The usual rules for border crossing under the Sheng Border Act apply, and since 2015, the police have been able to carry out temporary border checks at the internal border, regardless of the Corona restrictions.

 

 

Travelling from Sweden:

https://www.stenaline.se/trafikinformation/nya-regler-for-resor

 

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Travelling to France

Visit https://www.gouvernement.fr/info-coronavirus for the latest travel advice and requirements.

Travelling to Germany

Visit https://www.auswaertiges-amt.de/de/ReiseUndSicherheit/covid-19/2296762 for the latest travel advice and requirements.

Travelling to Ireland

Travelling to Latvia

Travelling to Netherlands

Travelling to Poland

Visit https://www.gov.pl/web/coronavirus/travel for the latest travel advice and requirements.

Travelling to Sweden

valid ID is required to travel with Stena Line onboard and in our terminals and it is mandatory to wear facemasks for passengers aged 13 years and over. For further information regarding restrictions onboard and at your destination, which may affect your ability to travel with us, please visit https://bit.ly/3y0EKQe . Latest check-in time at the port is 30 minutes before departure time.


Travelling from Denmark to Sweden

  • Everyone from 13 years and over who is not a Swedish citizen must present a negative Covid test which is a maximum of 48 hours old upon arrival in Sweden (PCR, antigen, lamp. Only test is approved upon entry into Sweden, no vaccination certificate or recovery / immunity passport)
  • All Swedish citizens aged 13 and over - who can present the population registration document from the Tax Authority, must either present a complete vaccination certificate or a negative test, antigen or PCR which is a maximum of 72 hours old on time of arrival in Sweden. If you have a Swedish passport, you do not need to show the population registration document

 

 

Travelling from Sweden to Denmark

If you are 16 years of age or older, in order to travel in addition, you must be able to present at least one of the following:

 

1. Complete vaccination certificate, NOTE! If you have it digitally, make sure the expiration date is still valid.

First and last name and date of birth of the vaccinated

What the vaccination is about

Name of the vaccine / manufacturer

Vaccination status

Date of receipt of each vaccination

The vaccine must be approved by the European Medicines Agency (EMA)

There must have been a minimum of two weeks and a maximum of 12 months after full vaccination

AstraZeneca as the first vaccination together with another approved vaccine also applies as a full vaccination

You must be a permanent resident and have received the vaccinations in the EU or Schengen country

 

2. A negative COVID test, PCR or antigen test, which is max. 72 hours old from the time of testing

 

This also applies to day trips.

 

If you have not been vaccinated but previously infected, you cannot travel with Stena Line without a negative test.

 

Visit  https://www.krisinformation.se/en/hazards-and-risks/disasters-and-incidents/2020/official-information-on-the-new-coronavirus/travel-restrictions  for the latest travel guides and requirements.

  

The usual rules for border crossing under the Sheng Border Act apply, and since 2015, the police have been able to carry out temporary border checks at the internal border, regardless of the Corona restrictions.

 

 

Travelling from Sweden:

https://www.stenaline.se/trafikinformation/nya-regler-for-resor

 

Information Ang. Allianz Travel Travel Insurance

Read more about what Allianz Travel Rejseforsikring covers