Last updated on January 1, 2024
Looking or most recent updates on coronavirus restrictions in Amsterdam? Trying to figure out if you can fly to Netherlands from your country? Looking for documents that you need to travel to Amsterdam? Most recent flight and travel restrictions will be posted on this page!
All the COVID-19 related ravel restrictions have been lifted. You can find the most updated information about COVID-19 travel restrictions on this Netherlands government webpage.
There is NO more quarantine or vaccination requirements.
All the restrictions were lifted after March 15, 2022.
All indoor and outdoor public spaces are open to the public. Many restrictions have been lifted in Amsterdam, including:
- no opening times limits;
- no requirement for vaccine proof;
- no physical distancing requirement;
- no mask mandates in restaurants, bars, shops; it is optional to wear a face mask in and around public transport, masks are still required in an airplane.
- no limited number of visitors in restaurants and bars;
- large night clubs, discotheques, festivals and events can open up without limitations! If the event hosts more than 500 visitors, you will need a negative COVID-19 test to get there.
COVID passport (EU DCC or "green passport") is not required anymore.
Hotels and accommodation sites operate as usually, and there is no requirement to reserve a place before arriving to Amsterdam. For accommodation, check out these lists of best Amsterdam hotels, most recommended houseboats or great value Amsterdam hostels.
Coffee shops, restaurants and bars are open without hour limits and in full capacity. No proof of vaccination is required, no fixed seating, no mask mandates unless the business decides differently.
You can find a list of recommended coffee shops in Amsterdam following this link.
Events and festivals have various requirements depending on the number of guests and whether it's outdoors or indoors - check every venue separately.
Amsterdam museums are open, allowing full capacity - please book tickets ahead and contact museums to avoid closures and cancellations. You can refer to our list of Amsterdam museums.
Day trips around Amsterdam remain a popular attraction because it's an outdoor activity that didn't get affected a lot by current restrictions, so you can always enjoy Amsterdam bike tours or Segway tours.
To get statistics about current coronavirus cases in Amsterdam, visit this official page.
If you want to ask a question, please visit our FB group Amsterdam Travel Tips.