Travelling to and from Belgium
Travelling from abroad to Belgium
Travelling to Belgium is allowed. On arrival, NO proof of vaccination, recovery or test needs to be presented. There is no obligation of testing or quarantine. A Passanger Locator Form is no longer required.
The Corona measures on travel to Belgium were lifted on 23 May 2022, except for travellers from very high risk countries.
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Travelling from Belgium to another country
If you are staying in Belgium and need to be tested before returning home according to the guidelines of your home country, you can do so at Brussels Airport. Visitors staying in Bruges can:
- For a PCR test, visit the Bruges hospitals (AZ Sint-Lucas and AZ Sint-Jan). This is only possible on weekdays. One must register for this at the hospital reception desk. The cost of the PCR test is 55 euros.
- For a quick antigen test, you can go to a local pharmacy.
Foreign travellers can request the test result in the app CovidSafeBE or via Mijngezondheid.belgie.be in the form of an encrypted QR-code (the European Corona Certificate). For this you need your CTCP code and phone number. You will not be asked for an ID.