Romanians consider spending their vacation within the country, because of the pandemic situation. Recently, Romania included some of the popular destinations abroad in the yellow or red areas, meaning that citizens returning from those countries have to stay in quarantine, unless vaccinated. Also, some of the destinations included Romania in the yellow or red areas and apply similar rules for people coming from Romania.
Recently, Romania included Portugal, the Netherlands and Spain on the red list. It means that if you go there to spend your vacation, you have to stay in quarantine up to 14 days when returning back to country, unless you are vaccinated.
Also, Greece, one of the most looked for destinations for the Romanian travelers, entered the yellow list. Romanians spending their holiday in Greece have to enter quarantine after arriving back in the country, unless they provide a vaccination certificate.
Besides, Malta included Romania on the red list, meaning all the persons, including the ones with a negative PCR test, have to enter a 14-day quarantine upon arrival in Malta. There is an exception, for the persons who took the vaccine, but they have to prove there are at least 14 days since the last dose.
With the situation in Europe, but also in Asia, getting worse, Romanians look for vacation destinations within the borders. The Black Sea shores, the mountain landscapes or secluded Transylvanian villages – all these seem now like genuine attractions for Romanians who want to recharge their batteries during vacation.