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Cottages and cabins

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Rules and recommendations

At the moment, there are no measures restricting the free movement of persons. This means that you can also go to cottages and cabins outside the district in which you live or have a permanent residence (you no longer have to worry about checks at the district borders).

The night curfew does not apply either. Therefore, you can go to the cottage at any time of day or night.

However, please still try to keep contact with the locals to a minimum - we recommend buying enough food and supplies before the trip, so you do not have to leave the cottage area for unnecessary reasons. Excessive contact with locals can be a health risk to you and others. If you are planning a trip away from your accommodation, maintain extra hygienic care and wear a surgical face mask. Do not invite people inside your accommodation and in the case of contact with local citizens, keep a 1,5 m distance.

Frequent questions about this topic

Can I take my friends to my cottage?
Can I take my family to my cottage?
Can I invite people over to my cottage?
Can I go grocery shopping to local supermarkets?