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Castles and palaces



From July 9th, the following will apply:

  • confirmation of vaccination at least 14 days after the second dose (not from the first dose) will be required to demonstrate infectivity for two-dose vaccines.
  • the period of 9 months after vaccination will no longer apply.

Rules and recommendations

At the moment, it is possible to go on a tour of a castle or chateau, but there is a limit of a maximum of 1 person per 10 m2 of the interior area of the building. Distancing of at least 2 meters must also be observed. This also applies to arboretums and other gardens or parks to which access is regulated. At the same time, group tours of up to 10 people are allowed without restrictions. In the case of larger groups, all must:

 

  • have a negative PCR test not more than 7 days old,

  • have a negative POC (so-called antigenic) test not more than 72 hours old,

  • Have a negative test from work or school from the last 72 hours,

  • Have a laboratory confirmation of having recovered from covid-19 disease in the period not longer than 180 days before the day of the event.

  • Proof of having received the first dose of vaccine against covid-19, at least 22 days before this event, no more than 90 days have passed between the first and second dose and no more than 9 months since the second dose,

  • in the case of a single-dose vaccine, at least 14 days but not more than 9 months must have passed since vaccination,

 

Frequent questions about this topic

Can I go on a tour in the castle or palace?