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The most important questions and answers about Covid19 and your vacation

From 19 May, the obligation for quarantine will be waived for entry from countries classified as green, orange or light red by the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC). For entry from light red countries, you will need either a recent test, a vaccination or proof of a previous corona infection.

Please keep in mind that not only the Austrian regulations are relevant, but also the measures of your home country, especially with regard to your return journey.

All the leisure activities you wouldn't want to miss on your holiday are possible again! For your safety, a so-called "entry test" is always necessary where many people come together in a small area. This means that you need proof of a recent test, a vaccination or that you have survived a corona infection.

For your safety, special protective measures apply in summer 2021. FFP2 masks are required in indoor public areas, such as public transport, museums, shops and cable cars. Austria is the leader in the number of corona tests carried out.

What happens if a guest tests positive or a suspected case becomes known? Here you can find the procedure -click here-.


In future, Austria will follow the ECDC map for risk areas.


  •     green/orange: free entry

  •     red: entry only for tested, vaccinated or recovered persons

  •     dark red: entry only for tested, vaccinated or recovered persons plus quarantine (5 days + test)

This means that entry from countries with a 14-day incidence of less than 500 (equivalent to a 7-day incidence of 250), which are not virus mutation areas, will be possible without quarantine. The exceptions for commuters described above remain in place. The details of the upcoming regulation as well as the entry requirements from non-EU countries are still being worked out. We will of course inform you here as soon as we have them.


  • FFP2 masks are compulsory when checking in on site.

  • When entering the accommodation, a valid negative test result, a vaccination certificate or a confirmation of a previous illness must be presented.

  • Guests must register with their name and contact details upon entry.

  • Keep a minimum distance of 2 metres.

  • Employees with customer or guest contact must undergo a Covid test every 7 days and show a negative test result.

  • In addition, even if the test result is negative, employees must wear an FFP2 mask or a partition in the form of a plexiglass screen is required.

  • When using other services or gastronomy in the accommodation facility, a negative test or proof of vaccination or immunity certificate must be presented every two days after the validity of the entry test.


  • Landeck test centre (by appointment only)

  • at all registered doctors without appointment (Dr. Klimmer Pettneu - 1 min away / Dr. Sprenger St. Anton / Dr. Knierzinger St. Anton / Dr. Helene Mall St. Anton)

  • a test road is expected to be built in St. Anton - details to follow


  • Keep at least two metres away from other people who do not live in the same household or do not belong to the guest group.

  • FFP2 masks are mandatory in communal areas.

  • Children under 6 years of age are not required to wear an FFP2 mask or mouth-nose protection.

  • In wet areas such as showers or swimming pool halls, the FFP2 mask may be removed.


Despite the greatest possible care, we cannot guarantee completeness and correctness. Our information does not replace official information channels or legal regulations. As the situation regarding travel warnings can change rapidly, please contact the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of your home country for the currently applicable regulations if necessary.


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