Germany considers the Netherlands and Spain to be high-risk areas from Tuesday. This means that stricter rules will apply to prevent the spread of the coronavirus. Travelers must be quarantined after arriving in Germany after staying in a high-risk area, unless they have been fully vaccinated or have recovered from the coronavirus. that quarantine
Holidaymakers should take into account a lot of traffic jams throughout Europe this weekend, the ANWB reports. The start of the summer holidays in many countries causes heavy traffic on European roads, especially on Saturday. In the Netherlands it will be busy on Friday afternoon. The ANWB takes into account about 500 kilometers of traffic jams. especially on
Travelers at Schiphol receive a free COVID-19 self-test on arrival. Minister Hugo de Jonge (Public Health, Welfare and Sport) recently attended the distribution at one of the gates. GGD employees will be handing out self-tests throughout the summer at Schiphol, Eindhoven Airport and Rotterdam The Hague Airport.
Since last Monday, the NS has been using all night trains again, which means that tens of thousands of extra travelers are on their feet at night. It was especially busier on Saturday and Sunday nights, according to figures from public transport chip card company Translink. In the night from Friday to Saturday, the Dutch checked 34.000 times with their public transport chip card
Due to the increasing number of corona infections in large parts of Europe, travelers have many questions about their upcoming holiday. This leads to busy customer service at various Dutch travel organizations. For example, Sunweb has considerably scaled up the number of employees who work at the help desk and Corendon is also "continuously working on the