Greece has reopened to travelers from dozens of countries, including the United States, just in time for summer.
As of May 14, quarantine-free entry is permitted to visitors from the following places: EU and Schengen Area countries, United States, U.K., Israel, Serbia, United Arab Emirates, New Zealand, Australia, South Korea, Thailand, Rwanda, Singapore, Russia, North Macedonia, Canada, Belarus, Bahrain, Qatar, China, Kuwait, Ukraine and Saudi Arabia.
There are still certain requirements for travel as eligible visitors over the age of five are required to provide proof of a negative COVID-19 PCR test result taken no more than 72 hours before arrival or a certificate proving that they've been fully vaccinated against the coronavirus (14 days after the final dose). Acceptable vaccines include Pfizer BioNtech, Moderna, Astra Zeneca/Oxford, Novavax, Johnson + Johnson/Janssen, Sinovac Biotech, Gamaleya (Sputnik), Cansino Biologics and Sinopharm.
Travelers can also enter Greece if they can prove that they've recovered from COVID-19 in the past nine months. Regardless of status, travelers must also complete the online Passenger Locator Form (PLF) no later than 11:59 p.m. of the day before arrival and may be subject to random health screening upon arrival.