The Netherlands will shortly re-open to U.S. travelers. Testing, vaccination, and quarantine will NOT be required!
The Netherlands Re-Opens On June 24, 2021 To Travelers From USA
On Thursday, June 24, 2021, Holland will re-open to travelers from the United States, regardless of citizenship. Visitors from the United States 1.) do not need produce a negative COVID-19 test, 2.) do not need to quarantine, and 3.) do not need to be vaccinated.
The United States joins a list of countries outside the Schengen area including:
- Albania (from June 24th)
- China (only if China lifts entry restrictions on European travellers).
- Hong Kong (from June 24th)
- Macau (from June 24th)
- Lebanon (from June 24th)
- New Zealand
- North Macedonia (from June 24th)
- San Marino
- Serbia (from June 24th)
- South Korea
- Taiwan (from June 24th)
- Vatican City
The following areas within The European Union may also visit the Netherlands freely:
- Croatia, (excludies Sjeverna Hrvatska region including Zagreb)
- Czech Republic
- France (Corsica only)
- Greece: (South Aegean region, North Aegean Region, Ionian Islands Region only)
- Italy (including Sicily)
- Portugal (including the Azores and Madeira)
- Spain (Balearic Islands and the Canary Islands only)
Within the Kingdom of the Netherlands, the following citizens will be allowed to visit:
- St Eustatius
- St Maarten
Information is subject to change based upon current COVID-19 numbers. Check here for the latest country list from Holland.
I love the Netherlands and cannot wait to return. It’s a beautiful country with lovely people and some of my favorite architecture in the world. For U.S. citizens and anyone else departing from the United States of America, the Netherlands is open without even the hassle of testing beforehand.