Madeira

Entry regulations

Madeira

Find all entry regulations for flights to Madeira in the following table*.

Prior to Travel

The Federal Foreign Office points out that in view of the worldwide COVID-19 pandemic, there are still risks associated with international travel, especially for people without full vaccination protection as well as vulnerable groups. Regulations on entry or international transport connections can change quickly with the pandemic situation.

The so called "3G rule" is lifted when entering Germany, there is a recommendation to wear a mask at some airports.

Prior to Entry

There are no COVID-19-related entry restrictions (e.g. border closures, mandatory proof of testing and vaccination) in force at this time.

There are no COVID-19-related mandatory entry forms or online registrations to be completed before travel at this time.

There are no known restrictions

Transit is permitted.

Children and minors are not generally exempt in case testing requirements apply.

Proof of testing is no longer required for entry.

There are no known restrictions

There are no known restrictions

No notes available.

There is no testing or quarantine requirement on entry for completely immunized persons.

There are no known restrictions

There is no testing or quarantine requirement on entry for incompletely vaccinated persons.

There is no testing or quarantine requirement on entry for those who have recovered.

On Site

There is no ease of restrictions.

COVID-19 related documentary proof of vaccination, recovery, or a negative test result is not currently required.

Current value: 1049. Previous week: 3

Data source: Our World in Data / European Center for Disease Control. The data is only available at country level and is updated daily.

There are currently no COVID-19-related travel restrictions in the country.

There are no known restrictions

Face masks are no longer required.

Non-essential shops, including shopping malls, are open.

Restaurants and bars are open.

Hotels are open.

Events may resume.

Public parks and beaches are accessible.

Cinemas, theatres, concert halls and other entertainment/cultural venues are open. The same applies to gyms, swimming pools and nightclubs.

Public transport has resumed regular services.

Masks are no longer mandatory on public transport and in taxis/ride-sharing services.

Cross-border train and bus services resumed operations.

Air traffic has resumed normal operations.

Quarantine/isolation is not currently required if travellers have been in close contact with a confirmed COVID-19 case or if they themselves have tested positive during their stay.

Departure

There are no known restrictions

Entry/return to Germany

For travellers entering from a risk-free area, there are no longer any registration or other requirements.

There are no known restrictions

There is no obligation to test before entering Germany.

Since May 2022, no proof of a negative test, a vaccination or recovery is required, in order to enter Germany.

Further information on the new entry regulation can be found at the Federal Government's website.

Information about Covid-19 testing in Portugal (test centers & costs) can be found here.

There is no obligation to test after entering Germany.

According to the Robert Koch-Institute, it is a risk-free area. There is no quarantine obligation after entry into or return to Germany.

There is no testing or quarantine requirement for completely immunized persons on entry/return.

Vaccinated persons are exempt from national quarantine and testing obligations. (Caution: In Germany, only the vaccines by BioNTech/Pfizer, Moderna, AstraZeneca, Johnson & Johnson, and Novavax have been approved so far.) Further information is available from the Federal Government.

According to the Robert Koch-Institute, it is a risk-free area. There is no quarantine obligation after entry into or return to Germany.

There is no testing or quarantine requirement on entry/return for incompletely vaccinated persons.

According to the Robert Koch-Institute, it is a risk-free area. There is no quarantine obligation after entry into or return to Germany.

There is no testing or quarantine requirement on entry/return for those who have recovered.

Recovered persons are exempt from quarantine and testing obligations nationwide, area of active circulation of highly contagious virus variants. Those who have recovered need proof of a positive PCR test (or other nucleic acid detection) at least 28 days and no more than 3 months ago. Recovered persons must not have any symptoms of a possible COVID-19 infection. Further information is available from the Federal Government.


*All information is without guarantee and is based exclusively on information provided by external sources, e.g. the German Foreign Office. We do not guarantee the accuracy, completeness and timeliness of this information. Please inform yourself about the applicable entry requirements before your flight.