Last update: 27/07/2021

Following the rapid spread of the Delta variant in several regions of Europe, the Prince’s Government invites all residents returning from a stay abroad to be tested. Today, many contaminations are imported by people returning from a stay who can in turn contaminate their porches. Preventive screening when returning from vacation can quickly break a chain of contamination.

Travel advice

The current health situation requires that everyone refer to the information available on the two pages accessible by clicking on the buttons below before making a trip from and to the Principality of Monaco.

Before going abroad, find out about the country’s risk level and consult the website.

Regardless of nationality, anyone aged 16 or over, who wishes to enter the Principality, must be able to present all the documents required for their zone of origin (green zone, orange zone or red zone) on arrival.

Green Zone: the Member States of the European Union, Andorra, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway, San Marino, Switzerland and the Vatican; Albania; Saudi Arabia ; Australia; Bosnia; Brunei; Canada ; South Korea ; the United States of America; Hong-Kong; Israel; Japan ; Kosovo; Lebanon ; North Macedonia; Montenegro; New Zealand ; Serbia; Singapore; Taiwan; Vanuatu

Orange Zone: orange zones are comprised of countries that are not classified in the green and red zones

Red Zone: Afghanistan; South Africa ; Argentina; Bangladesh; Bolivia; Brasil ; Chili ; Colombia ; Costa Rica; Cuba; India; Indonesia; the Maldives ; Mozambique; Namibia; Nepal; Oman; Pakistan; Paraguay; the Democratic Republic of Congo ; Russia ; Seychelles ; Sri Lanka; Suriname; Tunisia; Uruguay; Zambia; Guyana

More information on the conditions of access to the Principality by following this link.

For travel abroad (eg vacation), please follow this link.

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