Greece reopens as life starts slowly on the road back to normality.
Good news for Greek tourism, devastated after Greece sacrificed the only industry it has.
- Movement permits no longer required as from 4th May
- Masks must be worn at all times indoors or outdoors from 4th May
- Use public transport as little as possible
- Wear a face mask on public transport and in taxis
- Some schools to re-open on 11th and 18th May. Class sizes limited to 15.
- Rules for only two passengers per car to remain.
- Taxis, more than one passenger allowed
- Ferries & hydrofoils resume 18th May to Evia and Crete.
- Bars and restaurants to reopen 1st June – now brought forward to 25th May – early morning.
- Domestic flights resume 1st June
- Hotels usually open all year, to re-open June 15th
- International flights with residents from twenty countries will be allowed to enter Greece from June 15:
- The countries are; Cyprus, Israel, Germany, China, Australia, Japan, Denmark, Austria, Bulgaria, Serbia, Romania, Albania, North Macedonia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Hungary, Poland, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Norway.
- Greek Health authorities will conduct random testing on travelers arriving from abroad
- Seasonal tourist accommodation re-opens July
- Fines of 150 Euro remain for not wearing a mask
The easing of restrictions will be reviewed after first two weeks.