With the second wave virtually over, the measures in Bratislava have started to ease once again and the city is ready to welcome its visitors. The number of new infections is at a minimum, bars and pubs have re-opened, and museums and galleries are starting to organise events. Hotels and restaurants are back up and running.
Current Information and Eased Measures
At the latest, immediately on entering the territory of the Slovak Republic, individuals are required to register at korona.gov.sk/ehranica and subsequently to be able to show proof of this registration on request, even during their stay in the territory of the Slovak Republic.
Anyone entering the territory of the Slovak Republic by air must also complete a form at www.mindop.sk/covid/ before entering. Additionally when arriving from a country outside the list below, a negative RT-PCR test result not older than 72 hours must be presented.
All unvaccinated people entering Slovakia after 6:00am on 9 July 2021 will have to undergo quarantine, which will end at the end of the 14th day if they are symptom-free and untested.
If, after returning from abroad someone develops symptoms of COVID-19, they are required to report it to their general practitioner or paediatrician; if the individual does not have a doctor in the Slovak Republic, they must report it to the doctor of the respective municipality.
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Top 10 Summer Experiences
The promenade directly on the Danube’s bank offers a fantastic view of the entire city and Bratislava Castle, with small lanes full of little cafes serving great refreshments along with hidden breath-taking history – all this is waiting for you in Bratislava this summer. Here are our 10 most favourite summer experiences.