Visitors to Greece are no longer required to present Covid vaccination certificates after the latest move to allow smooth entry to the country.

From May 1, visitors won’t be required to hold EU Digital Covid Certificates (or other Covid vaccination or recovery certificates) on arrival, and can enjoy full access to museums, archaeological sites, restaurants and other culture and entertainment venues for which certificates were previously required.

The move came after the recommendation of the scientific committee advising the Greek government and represents the latest measure to facilitate travel to Greece following the abolishment of Passenger Locator Forms.

Certain health protocols are still in place to ensure your safety, including wearing a facemask in some spaces (including public transport, shops, taxis and public utilities).