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More information about COVID-19

Best guest,

It has now been announced by the media that we will also have to fight against the Coronavirus, also known as COVID-19. First of all, we adhere to the guidelines drawn up by the Land Tyrol 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.

Travel Restriction

We have adapted our General travel and cancellation conditions even better to the wishes of our guests.

Free conversion of your holiday in case of lockdown or negative travel advice
You can always transfer the reservation made free of charge with a new travel time within a year, to another date (summer or winter)
With the same booked week, the price will not change compared to the old booked trip. Not changing the price only relates to an accommodation with which we have also concluded a contract in the new desired period. We leave this information to you at the time of conversion.

Payments for Bookings from 01-03-2021
Down payment 20% of the total amount to be paid within 3 weeks after reservation
Remaining amount to be paid at least 4 weeks before arrival

After receiving the total payment, we will send you the check-in voucher and additional information.


CORONA INFOPORTAL NEW

The Corona infoportal Willkommen.tirol is constantly updated and is available in German and English.
Are you planning your vacation in Tyrol? Then enter your country of origin and your desired destination here, and you will receive the latest travel information that matches your details.

More information you will find on Sichere Gastfreundschaft


FURTHER INFORMATION
(Updated 24-03-2022)

From March 24th

The new regulation comes into force on Thursday and is initially valid until April 16.

Fundamental extension of the FFP2 mask requirement to all "indoor areas":

The FFP2 mask must be worn in public places (indoors), in transport, in retail, in physical services, in hotels, in sports facilities (except when exercising sports), at work, in cultural and leisure facilities as well as in hospitals, old people's and be carried in nursing homes. In gastronomy, the mask can be removed on the square.

Night gastronomy: FFP2 mask obligation or 3G proof (option)

Meetings with more than 100 participants:
Indoor meetings with fixed places: FFP2 mask requirement
Indoor meetings without fixed places: FFP2 mask obligation or 3G proof (option)

Current entry regulations in Austria

As of Tuesday, February 22, 2022, relaxed corona regulations will come into force when entering Austria.
The most important innovation is:

For entry into Austria, the currently valid 2G+ rule will be lifted and the 3G rule will apply in the future.

This means:

Those who have been vaccinated (on entry, the period of validity is still 270 days) or those who have recovered (max. 180 days) can enter Austria without any further requirements.

Unvaccinated persons or those who have not recovered need a negative corona test to enter Austria (PCR max. 72h, antigen max. 24h; antigen tests for personal use are not valid). If the negative test is not available upon entry, you can still enter the country. In this case, however, an entry registration must be carried out and a 10-day quarantine must be started immediately in Austria, which may be left once a negative test result has been presented.

Children up to the age of 12 can generally enter the country without any conditions; they do not require 3G proof. With regard to the quarantine and registration requirements, however, the same regulations apply to children up to the age of 12 as to the adult under whose supervision they are traveling.

Rules for children:

For the 2021/22 winter season, the Federal Ministry of Agriculture, Regions and Tourism together with the Austrian Chamber of Commerce launched the Holiday Ninja Pass initiative, based on the Austrian school ninja pass (corona test pass of the COVID-19 School Ordinance 2021/22 ), brought to life. The Holiday Ninja Pass is an exception to the 2G proof for unvaccinated or not fully vaccinated young people of school age (from 12 to 15 years) from Germany and abroad.

Everything about the Holiday Ninja Pass for children


PCR GURGEL TEST ROLL OUT IN TYROL

The PCR gargle tests were rolled out in Tyrol this week. The system is designed for employees and guests (children). Online registration has been possible since Monday as a prerequisite for collecting the test at www.tiroltestet.at; the result will be given within 24 hours at the latest. Registration is possible with the Tyrolean residence address (for guests) or residential address.

The PCR gargle tests can be picked up and handed in at the branches of MiniM, Baguette and Spar in Tyrol.

The collection of the PCR tests for the laboratory tests in the supermarkets takes place at around 10:00 a.m.

You can find the locations in Tyrol here.


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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