Portugal reopens to U.S. leisure travelers

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Porto, Portugal. The country has joined the growing list of European countries reopening to U.S. leisure travelers.
Porto, Portugal. The country has joined the growing list of European countries reopening to U.S. leisure travelers.

Portugal today joined the growing list of European countries reopening to U.S. leisure travelers.

In a press release, Visit Portugal president Luis Araujo said that effective immediately, the country was open to all U.S. travelers who present proof of a negative PCR test within 72 hours of departure, or a negative antigen test performed within 24 hours of departure.

Other European countries that have opened to U.S. travelers, with varying requirements for proof of vaccination or negative Covid-19 tests, include Greece, Italy, France, Croatia, Spain, Iceland and Denmark.

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