Entry Requirements

BALI – last updated November 20, 2022

Travel regulations to enter Bali:

  • Different visa requirements exist for different countries, although a lot of nationalities can obtain a visa on arrival at the airport in Bali, we still advise you check the requirements specific to your country. More information provided here.
  • Obtain your “visa on arrival” from the airport in Bali (free if staying under 30 days or approximately USD$45 if staying longer). 
  • Passport must be valid for at least 6 months from date of entry.
  • Return or onward ticket is required.
  • Travel insurance is required – paper copy. Your insurance policy must include medical care in case of illness or injury. Specific additional Covid care is no longer required but is recommended. You may also want to include travel delay/cancelation along with personal item coverage.
  • To speed things up on arrival you can complete the electronic custom declaration form here within 2 days of travel. This can also be completed on arrival.


Covid entry requirements for Bali:

  • Travellers must be fully vaccinated (i.e. minimum 2 doses of the vaccine). Quarantining and PCR tests are no longer required.
  • Unvaccinated travellers can enter Bali only if they are medically exempted (comorbidity diseases or other medical reasons that clearly state that for medical reasons they cannot be vaccinated). You will need a medical statement letter from your doctor explaining the medical/health conditions and reason for vaccination exemption. The are specific requirements for the medical statement- please check this with your local Indonesian Embassy or Consulate.
  • Proof (paper & digital copy) of a minimum of 2 vaccinations with the second completed 14+ days before travel.
  • Prior to departure download the PeduliLindungi app (available on Google Play or App Store) and complete your personal details. 
  • It is important for travellers to always check whether airlines have their own set of regulations, that might be different from the destination’s regulations, to avoid surprises at the check-in counter.
  • Use of a 3-ply cloth mask or medical mask that covers the nose, mouth and chin while indoors or when in crowds is required. 
  • More detailed information regarding these requirements is available here.


BARCELONA – last updated November 20, 2022

Requirements for entry into Spain depend on your nationality and the country you are travelling from. Generally, the following applies:

  • As Spain is part of the Schengen area, as a traveller from an EU member state or EAA country (i.e. Norway, Iceland and Liechtenstein) all you need to carry with you is a valid personal identity card or passport.

 
If you are form a non-EU/EAA country the following documents are required:

  • A passport that is valid for at least three months beyond your planned date of exit from the Schengen area, proof of accommodation and onward travel.
  • A visa depends on what nationality you are. All nationalities who are not eligible for visa-free entry into Spain need a tourist visa. At the moment there are numerous countries that enjoy visa-free access for periods of up to 90 days.
    More information is available here.
 

All COVID-19 travel restrictions for entry into Spain have been removed for all citizens of the EU and Schengen Associated States.

Travellers entering Spain from outside the EU or Schengen Area are still required to provide one of the following:
COVID-19 Vaccination Certificate, Certificate of a Diagnostic Test for SARSCoV2 with a negative result or a COVID-19 Recovery Certificate.

Some COVID-19 safety measures, such as wearing of masks on public transport, remain in place.

It is important for travellers to always check whether airlines have their own set of regulations, that might be different from the destination’s regulations, to avoid surprises at the check-in counter.


BERLIN – last updated November 20, 2022

Requirements for entry into Germany depend on your nationality and the country you are travelling from. Generally, the following applies:

  • As Germany is part of the Schengen area, as a traveller from an EU member state or EAA country (i.e. Norway, Iceland and Liechtenstein) all you need to carry with you is a valid personal identity card or passport.

If you are form a non-EU/EAA country the following documents are required:

  • A passport that is valid for at least three months beyond your planned date of exit from the Schengen area, proof of accommodation and onward travel.
  • A visa depends on what nationality you are. All nationalities who are not eligible for visa-free entry into Germany need a tourist visa. At the moment there are numerous countries that enjoy visa-free access for periods of up to 90 days.
  • More detailed information regarding entry requirements is available here.

From 11 June 2022, all COVID-19-related restrictions for entry into Germany were provisionally lifted. From this date, entry to Germany will again be permitted for all travel purposes (including tourism and visiting trips). However, strict rules for registration, testing or proof of immunisation and isolation still apply to travellers who have visited an area of variant of concern in the last ten days. More information is available here.

It is important for travellers to always check whether airlines have their own set of regulations, that might be different from the destination’s regulations, to avoid surprises at the check-in counter.


COPENHAGEN – last updated November 20, 2022

Requirements for entry into Denmark depend on your nationality and the country you are travelling from. Generally, the following applies:

  • As Denmark is part of the Schengen area, as a traveller from an EU member state or EAA country (i.e. Norway, Iceland and Liechtenstein) all you need to carry with you is a valid personal identity card or passport.

If you are form a non-EU/EAA country the following documents are required:

  • A passport that is valid for at least three months beyond your planned date of exit from the Schengen area, proof of accommodation and onward travel.
  • A visa depends on what nationality you are. All nationalities who are not eligible for visa-free entry into Denmark need a tourist visa. At the moment there are numerous countries that enjoy visa-free access for periods of up to 90 days.
  • More detailed information regarding entry requirements is available here.

There are currently no COVID-19 related restrictions for entry into Denmark. 

It is important for travellers to always check whether airlines have their own set of regulations, that might be different from the destination’s regulations, to avoid surprises at the check-in counter.