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Dear guest,

Meanwhile, it has been announced by the media that we too will have to fight against the Corona virus, or COVID-19. First of all, we adhere to the guidelines drawn up by the Land Tirol in order to fight the virus as best as possible together and individually. As a guest of Zillertal-reisen.com, we would like to advise you to consult the Land Tirol website for further information about the measures taken.

Update 21-07-2020

Reintroduction of mouth and nose protection in certain areas:
Wearing mouth-nose protection will be mandatory from Friday, July 24th, in grocery stores, supermarkets, banks and post offices.

Protective measures when entering Austria:
Entry from risk areas only with negative PCR test: The test acceptance may take place a maximum of 72 hours before entry. In the future, it will no longer be possible to start the 14-day home quarantine instead of a PCR test when entering from risk areas;
PCR tests from risk areas only by certified laboratories;
Enhanced quarantine monitoring;
All border controls with health authorities;
Checking the introduction of a pre-travel clearance system (advance notice required): Personal data and travel data must be announced online in advance and the printed form with QR code must be presented at the border. In addition to the travel route, the means of transport used must be specified. Administrative violations may result in non-compliance.

Details on this shortly at wko.at/corona.

Update 27-06-2020

New easing measures from July 1st

The government announced further easing of corona measures starting July 1:

No mask requirement for employees in the catering trade.
There is no curfew for closed events for up to 100 people, from August 1 up to 200 people. Condition: The participants must be announced to the company three days in advance.
The catering trade may open again at 5 a.m. (instead of 6 a.m.).
Every indoor and outdoor sport is allowed again, including contact and team sports.
The exceptions for so-called Covid 19 risk groups will be extended until the end of July. The special protection applies above all to people with chronic underlying diseases.

From September, under certain conditions (e.g. seats), outdoor events with up to 10,000 and indoor events with up to 5,000 participants will be allowed - this affects the sports area as well as the culture. This means that visitors to stadiums and concerts are allowed again.

Update 16-06-2020

At the end of June 15. A new regulation on entry into Austria in connection with the containment of SARS-CoV-2 comes into force.

Persons who come to Austria from one of the following countries and have their place of residence or habitual residence in Austria or one of the following countries do not have to take a negative molecular biological test for SARS-CoV-2 or self-monitored 14-day home quarantine:

Andorra

Belgium

Bulgaria

Denmark

Germany

Estonia

Finland

France

Greece

Ireland

Iceland

Italy

Croatia

Latvia

Liechtenstein

Lithuania

Luxembourg

Malta

Monaco

Netherlands

Norway

Poland

Rumänien

San Marino

Switzerland

Slovakia

Slovenia

Czech Republic

Hungary

Vatican

Cyprus

The above-mentioned persons have to demonstrate that they have not been in any country other than Austria or the above-mentioned countries in the past 14 days.

There is still a partial travel warning for the Italian region of Lombardy. Warning of travel to Lombardy. There are no flight connections between Austria and Lombardy.

Update 08-06-2020

The 10m2 restriction, which regulates how many customers are allowed to stay in a business premises, was abolished on May 30th at 0:00 a.m.

Mouth-nose protection obligation (only very limited):

From June 15th, the Mouth Protection (MNS) obligation only applies:
for employees in the catering trade
on public transport
in pharmacies
for services where the distance of at least one meter between the service provider and the customer cannot be maintained (e.g. hairdresser, massage therapist, etc.), provided the risk of infection cannot be minimized by other suitable protective measures (e.g. plexiglass lens for pedicures)
In all other areas, the mouth-nose protection (MNS) obligation will no longer apply from June 15.
For large crowds, the recommendation to wear mouth and nose protection and personal responsibility applies.

The following applies to gastronomy:

The curfew for restaurants is raised to 1 a.m.
Maximum number of visitors per table (4-person rule) is lifted
Groups entering the restaurant can sit together at a table
Group reservations are possible

The following applies to events:

Events with up to 100 people (weddings, funerals, birthdays, etc.) are allowed.
As of July 1, 2020, events with assigned and marked seats are in
closed rooms with up to 250 people and in
Outdoor area allowed with up to 500 people.

Personal responsibility is very important

The responsibility demanded by the economy is very important. This is good news for the economy and another contribution to changing the mood in the country. And they ensure a better mood among consumers and thus provide fresh impetus for the Austrian economy.
For some areas - such as trade fairs and major events, night catering after 1:00 a.m. - there is still a lack of clarity. That is why the Chamber of Commerce is calling for more planning and fixed opening dates for these areas as well.

Border opening to all neighboring countries - except Italy

When you listen to it for the first time, it sounds like absolute freedom to travel - but, it's not quite like that. Because this freedom of travel, as in the days before Corona, only applies when you ENTER Austria! This means that when you enter Austria, you no longer need a health certificate and you no longer have to be in quarantine.
With one exception: when you drive home from Italy. The restrictions on Italy remain, and the next evaluation is scheduled for next week.

The most important things summarized:

Entry from CH, LIE, DE, CZ, SK, HU or SLO to Austria is possible for people who are resident in these countries or in AT, without any conditions (i.e. without a corona test and without quarantine).
Caution: Any entry restrictions in CH, LIE, DE, CZ, SK, HU or SLO must still be observed.

This means that, for example, Dutch or Poland (who are not resident in one of the above countries) must continue to comply with the Austrian entry requirements (i.e. submit a negative test).

Update 24-05-2020

Additional conditions reservations with arrival between 01-12-2020 and 01-05-2021

Reservation of our accommodations with arrival between 01-12-2020 and 01-05-2021 are subject to the current terms and conditions with the addition that the reservation can be canceled free of charge if the borders to Austria due to the Corona virus in the period reserved by the guest are closed and travel restrictions have been imposed.
The guest has the choice to shift the holiday period or to reclaim the amount already paid (down payment and / or residual payment).

Update 29-04-2020

The Austrian Federal Government announced on (06-04-2020) that it will gradually relax the measures from 14 April. Small shops up to 400 square meters and DIY and garden centers can open again under strict safety requirements. Wearing protective masks, regular disinfection and limiting the number of customers are basic requirements for this.
From May 1, all shops, shopping centers and hairdressers can open again, but also under strict security measures.

The gastronomy in Austria may run again from 15-05-2020. This under strict conditions:
- Opening hours until 23:00
- A maximum of 4 adults with children can sit at a table
- Staff in the gastronie wear mouth and nose coverings. The guest does not have to do this
- It is compulsory to reserve a table in a restaurant

Accommodations (Hotels and apartments) can open again from 29-05-2020.

Have you booked an accommodation through us and are you uncomfortable with the situation or do you have any questions? Give us a call!
In these uncertain times we think even more actively with you about suitable solutions. We can be reached at +43 (0) 664 8613547 or by email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Please read also our FAQ

When there are new developments, we will of course inform you of this.

Sunny greetings from the Zillertal,

Matthijs Oosterom
Director Zillertal-reisen.com

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