As of June 1, Bulgaria will accept tourists from 29 countries, the Ministry of Tourism announced in connection with the start of the summer tourist season 2020.
Entries on the territory of the Republic of Bulgaria are allowed for the purpose of tourism without 14-day quarantine through all border checkpoints for arrivals from Austria, the Netherlands, Germany, Poland, Greece, Denmark, Romania, Estonia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Hungary, Finland, Cyprus, France, Latvia, Croatia, Lithuania, the Czech Republic, Luxembourg, Iceland, Norway, Liechtenstein, Switzerland, San Marino, Andorra, Monaco, the Vatican, Serbia and North Macedonia.
The list is subject to updating and supplementation depending on the development of the epidemic situation and the decisions of the Bulgarian Government, the ministry said.
The measure applies to arrivals from the above countries, which are citizens of the EU, Schengen, the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, the Republic of Serbia and the Republic of North Macedonia.
Persons who are not placed under quarantine, as well as persons who transit through the territory of the country, submit a declaration to the border health control authorities. The declaration obliges them to comply with the introduced anti-epidemic measures and informs that they are aware of the risks of COVID-19 disease.