Bulgaria added to list of countries Czech tourists can travel to freely

From Wednesday, Czech tourists are allowed to travel to Bulgaria without any restrictions, granted that they show either a negative coronavirus test, evidence of having received at least one coronavirus vaccine, or a certificate of recovery upon their return, Foregin Minister Jakub Kulhánek announced via his Twitter account.

If the statement is confirmed, it would mean Bulgaria joining Slovakia, Germany, Austria, Poland, Slovenia and Hungary in the list of countries to which Czech tourists can travel to largely freely.

Tourists from Bulgaria will be able to visit Czechia from June 21, provided that they have received at least one vaccine dose.

Author: Tom McEnchroe