BULGARIA has scrapped its strict entry requirements for Brits visiting the country – meaning you no longer need to be vaccinated.
It’s great news for Brits planning a holiday on the popular holiday sunny beach Resort, one of the cheapest in Europe.
A released statement said: “Effective May 1, 2022, all travel restrictions related to COVID-19 will be lifted.
“From this date, all arriving passengers are no longer required to present COVID-19 related documents (i.e. COVID-19 vaccination certificate, COVID-19 recovery certificate, COVID-19 medical examination) in order to be admitted into the territory of the to enter the Republic of Bulgaria.”
Face masks have already been scrapped in shops and restaurants.
The statement added: “Our country has been in an exceptional epidemic situation for almost two years, but at the moment the situation is being monitored and managed in a predictable manner.
“There is no need to maintain restrictions on citizens and businesses.”
Sunny Beach is often chosen as one of the cheapest beach resorts in Europe.
A 2017 study conducted by the Post found it to be the cheapest of 19 beach resorts.
The study looked at the total cost of 10 tourist staples at each resort, such as lunch, dinner, drinks, sunscreen, insect repellent and a daily newspaper, with Sunny Beach costing £37.
Greece has also scrapped their Covid entry requirements, with vaccines and tests no longer required, although face mask rules remain in place until June 1.
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