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Transit overnight in Germany..is it possible

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We are driving to Austria and usually overnight in Germany as its too far to do whole drive in one day.

I see the travel rules say we should travel to our destination country as soon as possible (paraphrasing).

Is it possible to break the journey and stay overnight?

We are both bolstered.
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You can 'transit' but no sure about the stop-over

"Citizens of countries outside of the EU (e.g. British citizens) may enter Germany to travel to another EU member state or another Schengen state as their country of final destination if the following conditions are met:

the traveller remains in Germany (as country of transit) only as long as absolutely necessary to travel directly to the country of destination or another transit country;
the traveller is permitted to enter the country of destination or another transit country (in accordance with Annex I or II of the Council Recommendation of 30 June 2020 or with individual confirmation of permission to enter issued by the country of destination)."

https://uk.diplo.de/uk-en/02/coronavirus?openAccordionId=item-2453922-2-panel
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You can enter Germany and stay for as long as you like for any purpose if fully vaccinated. No restriction and no quarantine. I have done is twice this month already. It is only restricted for unvaccinated or for countries with variants of concern.

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If you’re fully vaccinated
Germany uses a two-tier system of risk categories (virus variant areas and high-risk areas), with distinct rules on entry and quarantine for each tier. See the complete list of designated areas.

The UK is designated as a ‘high-risk area’. You may enter Germany from the UK for any travel purpose if you are fully vaccinated.
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@albob, yes I know that, thats where I paraphrased from.

The question is we think it is absolutely necessary to overnight.

@Dd4, link to your source please?
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holidayloverxx wrote:
@albob, yes I know that, thats where I paraphrased from.

The question is we think it is absolutely necessary to overnight.

@Dd4, link to your source please?


https://www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice/germany/entry-requirements

Restrictions only apply to unvaccinated. Vaccinated have been able to enter freely for about a month now.
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albob wrote:
You can 'transit' but no sure about the stop-over

"Citizens of countries outside of the EU (e.g. British citizens) may enter Germany to travel to another EU member state or another Schengen state as their country of final destination if the following conditions are met:

the traveller remains in Germany (as country of transit) only as long as absolutely necessary to travel directly to the country of destination or another transit country;
the traveller is permitted to enter the country of destination or another transit country (in accordance with Annex I or II of the Council Recommendation of 30 June 2020 or with individual confirmation of permission to enter issued by the country of destination)."

https://uk.diplo.de/uk-en/02/coronavirus?openAccordionId=item-2453922-2-panel


This is out of date. If you look at the top of that document it has an addition which overrides the rest of it which was only effective when uk was classed as variant of concern.

…..With effect from 0:00 hours CET on Tuesday 4 January 2022, the Robert Koch Institute has classified the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland as a high-risk area. This has resulted in changes to the entry regulations (ban on carriage and entry lifted). This means, among other things, that people who are fully vaccinated or who have an important reason for travelling are also allowed to enter Germany. In addition, people who are fully vaccinated do not need a negative Covid test to enter the country, nor do they need to quarantine for 14 days on entry.
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daughters father in law drove via hull rotterdam and overnighted in germany twixt stuttgart and munich en route to austria friday , needed a lft for holland and had to register on german site for the overnight , no problem at any border but ideally need a paper copy of vaccination showing all three .we are doing same journey in a fortnight hoping nothing much changes other than getting easier
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@holidayloverxx, not sure why you would bring your own pillows Very Happy Anyone with two shots counts as fully vaccinated as far as entry to Germany is concerned, issues to do with transit then not relevant. Some places (including some hotels) are continuing with 2G+ (ie 2 shots + recent test or 3 shots) but as you have had 3 it doesnt affect you anyway. Your hotel will almost certainly want to check your vaccine certificate but that is currently the case in many places in most countries, probably until the end of March.
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@munich_irish, lol...missed that!
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holidayloverxx wrote:
@munich_irish, lol...missed that!


Laughing

Were you making a bit of a palliasse of yourself there? Toofy Grin
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 You know it makes sense.
You know it makes sense.
@Alastair Pink, oh my sides!
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@holidayloverxx, we drove out on Friday, stayed over near Rosenheim, and arrived in Ellmau at 9am Saturday. Hotel asked for Covid passes. We had completed the prereg forms for Germany, but they were never checked and there were no border controls anywhere.

With boosters, all we needed was a certified LFT for France, which of course wasn't even looked at, and neither was the Declaration of Honour form. At French passport control at the tunnel we had a simple question - have you had a Covid test? We said yes, and we're waved on.
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