Travel information from the Swedish Ministry of Foreign Affairs
The Swedish Ministry for Foreign Affairs has lifted its advice against non-essential travel within EU and Andorra, Israel, Liechtenstein, Monaco, Northern Irland, San Marino, Switzerland, United Kingdom, and the Vatian City.
Starting June 1, travel advisories will be lifted for a number of countries outside the EU which are on the EU's list of epidemiologically safe countries that people are allowed to travel from to enter the EU. These countries are: Australia, Israel, New Zealand, Rwanda, Singapore, South Korea and Thailand.
For other countries, EES and Schengen area, the Ministry’s advice against non-essential travel is in effect. For countries outside the EU and Schengen area, the travel advice is in effect until July 1 2021.
Please observe that there is currently a ban on entering Sweden from most countries outside the EU except Israel. Non-Swedish citizens from all countries are required to provide proof of evidence of a negative result for a Covid-19 test taken no more than 48 hours before departure. Swedish citizens will be tested the same day they arrive in Sweden.
For information concerning travel restrictions, visit the Swedish Ministry for Foreign Affairs’ website or use the Ministry’s Resklar app (in Swedish).