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Switzerland Travel Advice

Davos

Proof of COVID status

From 1 November 2021, the NHS Covid Travel Pass will be acceptable for admission control into venues such as restaurants in the place of a Swiss Covid Certificate. Note some venues classed as 2G+ such as bars and nightclubs where sitting or mask wearing is not possible will require a negative test as well. (within 24 hours for antigen, 72 hours for PCR)
You can obtain a copy of this via the NHS App or through the NHS website.

Travelling with children & teenagers

Children under 16 are exempt from COVID certificates, but 16 and 17 year olds will need one to access indoor hospitality venues including hotel restaurants and large outside events. They must be fully vaccinated (two doses) or have proof of recovery within 270 days (2G), a negative test result is no longer acceptable to give access on it’s own and is required in addition in some venues such as bars and nightclubs where the 2G+ rule applies.

Face masks

Will I need to wear a face mask in public spaces? Yes
Will I need to wear a face mask outdoors? No, unless you cannot socially distance.
Will I need to wear a face mask on ski lifts and cable cars? Yes

When skiing

Will there be any restrictions on skiing? No
Will there be any restrictions on sales of lift passes? No

In resort

Will there be any restrictions to apres/events/festivals in resort? You must be fully vaccinated or recovered from Covid-19 (Positive PCR result valid 11-270 days from date of sample taken), for any large scale events. Tests are not sufficient.
Will there be any restrictions to bars, cafes and restaurants in resort? You must be fully vaccinated or recently recovered from Covid-19 (Positive PCR result valid 11-270 days from date of sample taken), to access any venues classed as 2G such as restaurants. Tests are not sufficient. In addition 2G+ venues where sitting or mask wearing is not possible such as bars and nightclubs will require a negative test as well (within 24 hours for antigen, 72 hours for PCR)
Will there be any restrictions to cinemas, museums, swimming pools, spas and other indoor attractions? You must be fully vaccinated or recently recovered from Covid-19 (Positive PCR result valid 11-270 days from date of sample taken), to access any venues classed as 2G . Tests are not sufficient. In addition 2G+ venues where sitting or mask wearing is not possible such as swimming pools will require a negative test as well (within 24 hours for antigen, 72 hours for PCR)
Will I need to social distance in public spaces? Yes

In your accommodation

Will anything be different about my chalet holiday this year? N/A
Will anything be different about my hotel stay this year? You must be fully vaccinated or recently recovered from Covid-19 (Positive PCR result valid 11-270 days from date of sample taken), to access any venues classed as 2G such as hotel restaurants. Tests are not sufficient. In addition 2G+ venues where sitting or mask wearing is not possible such as bars and nightclubs will require a negative test as well (within 24 hours for antigen, 72 hours for PCR)
Will anything be different about my self-catered holiday this year? N/A

Where’s my nearest COVID testing centre?

TBC

What support will I have whilst on holiday?

There will be an Inghams telephone Representative service, visit in an emergency.


Grindelwald

Proof of COVID status

From 1 November 2021, the NHS Covid Travel Pass will be acceptable for admission control into venues such as restaurants in the place of a Swiss Covid Certificate. Note some venues classed as 2G+ such as bars and nightclubs where sitting or mask wearing is not possible will require a negative test as well. (within 24 hours for antigen, 72 hours for PCR)
You can obtain a copy of this via the NHS App or through the NHS website.

Travelling with children & teenagers

Children under 16 are exempt from COVID certificates, but 16 and 17 year olds will need one to access indoor hospitality venues including hotel restaurants and large outside events. They must be fully vaccinated (two doses) or have proof of recovery within 270 days (2G), a negative test result is no longer acceptable to give access on it’s own and is required in addition in some venues such as bars and nightclubs where the 2G+ rule applies.

Face masks

Will I need to wear a face mask in public spaces? Yes
Will I need to wear a face mask outdoors? No, unless you cannot socially distance.
Will I need to wear a face mask on ski lifts and cable cars? Yes

When skiing

Will there be any restrictions on skiing? No
Will there be any restrictions on sales of lift passes? No

In resort

Will there be any restrictions to apres/events/festivals in resort? You must be fully vaccinated or recovered from Covid-19 (Positive PCR result valid 11-270 days from date of sample taken), for any large scale events. Tests are not sufficient.
Will there be any restrictions to bars, cafes and restaurants in resort? You must be fully vaccinated or recently recovered from Covid-19 (Positive PCR result valid 11-270 days from date of sample taken), to access any venues classed as 2G such as restaurants. Tests are not sufficient. In addition 2G+ venues where sitting or mask wearing is not possible such as bars and nightclubs will require a negative test as well (within 24 hours for antigen, 72 hours for PCR)
Will there be any restrictions to cinemas, museums, swimming pools, spas and other indoor attractions? You must be fully vaccinated or recently recovered from Covid-19 (Positive PCR result valid 11-270 days from date of sample taken), to access any venues classed as 2G . Tests are not sufficient. In addition 2G+ venues where sitting or mask wearing is not possible such as swimming pools will require a negative test as well (within 24 hours for antigen, 72 hours for PCR)
Will I need to social distance in public spaces? Yes

In your accommodation

Will anything be different about my chalet holiday this year? N/A
Will anything be different about my hotel stay this year? You must be fully vaccinated or recently recovered from Covid-19 (Positive PCR result valid 11-270 days from date of sample taken), to access any venues classed as 2G such as hotel restaurants. Tests are not sufficient. In addition 2G+ venues where sitting or mask wearing is not possible such as bars and nightclubs will require a negative test as well (within 24 hours for antigen, 72 hours for PCR)
Will anything be different about my self-catered holiday this year? N/A

Where’s my nearest COVID testing centre?

Dr. Med. Marc Muller, Spillstattstrasse 14, 3818 Grindelwald, Switzerland (However currently if you do not have symptoms you have to go to Interlaken Pharmacy Apotheke for an Anitgen Test)

What support will I have whilst on holiday?

There will be an Inghams Representative based in resort.


Klosters

Proof of COVID status

From 1 November 2021, the NHS Covid Travel Pass will be acceptable for admission control into venues such as restaurants in the place of a Swiss Covid Certificate. Note some venues classed as 2G+ such as bars and nightclubs where sitting or mask wearing is not possible will require a negative test as well. (within 24 hours for antigen, 72 hours for PCR)
You can obtain a copy of this via the NHS App or through the NHS website.

Travelling with children & teenagers

Children under 16 are exempt from COVID certificates, but 16 and 17 year olds will need one to access indoor hospitality venues including hotel restaurants and large outside events. They must be fully vaccinated (two doses) or have proof of recovery within 270 days (2G), a negative test result is no longer acceptable to give access on it’s own and is required in addition in some venues such as bars and nightclubs where the 2G+ rule applies.

Face masks

Will I need to wear a face mask in public spaces? Yes
Will I need to wear a face mask outdoors? No, unless you cannot socially distance.
Will I need to wear a face mask on ski lifts and cable cars? Yes

When skiing

Will there be any restrictions on skiing? No
Will there be any restrictions on sales of lift passes? No

In resort

Will there be any restrictions to apres/events/festivals in resort? You must be fully vaccinated or recovered from Covid-19 (Positive PCR result valid 11-270 days from date of sample taken), for any large scale events. Tests are not sufficient.
Will there be any restrictions to bars, cafes and restaurants in resort? You must be fully vaccinated or recently recovered from Covid-19 (Positive PCR result valid 11-270 days from date of sample taken), to access any venues classed as 2G such as restaurants. Tests are not sufficient. In addition 2G+ venues where sitting or mask wearing is not possible such as bars and nightclubs will require a negative test as well (within 24 hours for antigen, 72 hours for PCR)
Will there be any restrictions to cinemas, museums, swimming pools, spas and other indoor attractions? You must be fully vaccinated or recently recovered from Covid-19 (Positive PCR result valid 11-270 days from date of sample taken), to access any venues classed as 2G . Tests are not sufficient. In addition 2G+ venues where sitting or mask wearing is not possible such as swimming pools will require a negative test as well (within 24 hours for antigen, 72 hours for PCR)
Will I need to social distance in public spaces? Yes

In your accommodation

Will anything be different about my chalet holiday this year? N/A
Will anything be different about my hotel stay this year? You must be fully vaccinated or recently recovered from Covid-19 (Positive PCR result valid 11-270 days from date of sample taken), to access any venues classed as 2G such as hotel restaurants. Tests are not sufficient. In addition 2G+ venues where sitting or mask wearing is not possible such as bars and nightclubs will require a negative test as well (within 24 hours for antigen, 72 hours for PCR)
Will anything be different about my self-catered holiday this year? N/A

Where’s my nearest COVID testing centre?

TBC

What support will I have whilst on holiday?

There will be an Inghams telephone Representative service, visit in an emergency.


Murren

Proof of COVID status

From 1 November 2021, the NHS Covid Travel Pass will be acceptable for admission control into venues such as restaurants in the place of a Swiss Covid Certificate. Note some venues classed as 2G+ such as bars and nightclubs where sitting or mask wearing is not possible will require a negative test as well. (within 24 hours for antigen, 72 hours for PCR)
You can obtain a copy of this via the NHS App or through the NHS website.

Travelling with children & teenagers

Children under 16 are exempt from COVID certificates, but 16 and 17 year olds will need one to access indoor hospitality venues including hotel restaurants and large outside events. They must be fully vaccinated (two doses) or have proof of recovery within 270 days (2G), a negative test result is no longer acceptable to give access on it’s own and is required in addition in some venues such as bars and nightclubs where the 2G+ rule applies.

Face masks

Will I need to wear a face mask in public spaces? Yes
Will I need to wear a face mask outdoors? No, unless you cannot socially distance.
Will I need to wear a face mask on ski lifts and cable cars? Yes

When skiing

Will there be any restrictions on skiing? No
Will there be any restrictions on sales of lift passes? No

In resort

Will there be any restrictions to apres/events/festivals in resort? You must be fully vaccinated or recovered from Covid-19 (Positive PCR result valid 11-270 days from date of sample taken), for any large scale events. Tests are not sufficient.
Will there be any restrictions to bars, cafes and restaurants in resort? You must be fully vaccinated or recently recovered from Covid-19 (Positive PCR result valid 11-270 days from date of sample taken), to access any venues classed as 2G such as restaurants. Tests are not sufficient. In addition 2G+ venues where sitting or mask wearing is not possible such as bars and nightclubs will require a negative test as well (within 24 hours for antigen, 72 hours for PCR)
Will there be any restrictions to cinemas, museums, swimming pools, spas and other indoor attractions? You must be fully vaccinated or recently recovered from Covid-19 (Positive PCR result valid 11-270 days from date of sample taken), to access any venues classed as 2G . Tests are not sufficient. In addition 2G+ venues where sitting or mask wearing is not possible such as swimming pools will require a negative test as well (within 24 hours for antigen, 72 hours for PCR)
Will I need to social distance in public spaces? Yes

In your accommodation

Will anything be different about my chalet holiday this year? N/A
Will anything be different about my hotel stay this year? You must be fully vaccinated or recently recovered from Covid-19 (Positive PCR result valid 11-270 days from date of sample taken), to access any venues classed as 2G such as hotel restaurants. Tests are not sufficient. In addition 2G+ venues where sitting or mask wearing is not possible such as bars and nightclubs will require a negative test as well (within 24 hours for antigen, 72 hours for PCR)
Will anything be different about my self-catered holiday this year? N/A

Where’s my nearest COVID testing centre?

Dr. Med. Barbabra Wijkar, Beim Schulhaus 434e, 3822 Lauterbrunnen.

What support will I have whilst on holiday?

There will be an Inghams Representative available in resort on request.


Saas Fee

Proof of COVID status

From 1 November 2021, the NHS Covid Travel Pass will be acceptable for admission control into venues such as restaurants in the place of a Swiss Covid Certificate. Note some venues classed as 2G+ such as bars and nightclubs where sitting or mask wearing is not possible will require a negative test as well. (within 24 hours for antigen, 72 hours for PCR)
You can obtain a copy of this via the NHS App or through the NHS website.

Travelling with children & teenagers

Children under 16 are exempt from COVID certificates, but 16 and 17 year olds will need one to access indoor hospitality venues including hotel restaurants and large outside events. They must be fully vaccinated (two doses) or have proof of recovery within 270 days (2G), a negative test result is no longer acceptable to give access on it’s own and is required in addition in some venues such as bars and nightclubs where the 2G+ rule applies.

Face masks

Will I need to wear a face mask in public spaces? Yes
Will I need to wear a face mask outdoors? No, unless you cannot socially distance.
Will I need to wear a face mask on ski lifts and cable cars? Yes

When skiing

Will there be any restrictions on skiing? No
Will there be any restrictions on sales of lift passes? No

In resort

Will there be any restrictions to apres/events/festivals in resort? You must be fully vaccinated or recovered from Covid-19 (Positive PCR result valid 11-270 days from date of sample taken), for any large scale events. Tests are not sufficient.
Will there be any restrictions to bars, cafes and restaurants in resort? You must be fully vaccinated or recently recovered from Covid-19 (Positive PCR result valid 11-270 days from date of sample taken), to access any venues classed as 2G such as restaurants. Tests are not sufficient. In addition 2G+ venues where sitting or mask wearing is not possible such as bars and nightclubs will require a negative test as well (within 24 hours for antigen, 72 hours for PCR)
Will there be any restrictions to cinemas, museums, swimming pools, spas and other indoor attractions? You must be fully vaccinated or recently recovered from Covid-19 (Positive PCR result valid 11-270 days from date of sample taken), to access any venues classed as 2G . Tests are not sufficient. In addition 2G+ venues where sitting or mask wearing is not possible such as swimming pools will require a negative test as well (within 24 hours for antigen, 72 hours for PCR)
Will I need to social distance in public spaces? Yes

In your accommodation

Will anything be different about my chalet holiday this year? N/A
Will anything be different about my hotel stay this year? You must be fully vaccinated or recently recovered from Covid-19 (Positive PCR result valid 11-270 days from date of sample taken), to access any venues classed as 2G such as hotel restaurants. Tests are not sufficient. In addition 2G+ venues where sitting or mask wearing is not possible such as bars and nightclubs will require a negative test as well (within 24 hours for antigen, 72 hours for PCR)
Will anything be different about my self-catered holiday this year? N/A

Where’s my nearest COVID testing centre?

Stephanie Kuonen, Haus Pan, 3906 Saas-Fee (64 CHF Antigen)

What support will I have whilst on holiday?

There will be an Inghams Representative available in resort on request.


St. Moritz

Proof of COVID status

From 1 November 2021, the NHS Covid Travel Pass will be acceptable for admission control into venues such as restaurants in the place of a Swiss Covid Certificate. Note some venues classed as 2G+ such as bars and nightclubs where sitting or mask wearing is not possible will require a negative test as well. (within 24 hours for antigen, 72 hours for PCR)
You can obtain a copy of this via the NHS App or through the NHS website.

Travelling with children & teenagers

Children under 16 are exempt from COVID certificates, but 16 and 17 year olds will need one to access indoor hospitality venues including hotel restaurants and large outside events. They must be fully vaccinated (two doses) or have proof of recovery within 270 days (2G), a negative test result is no longer acceptable to give access on it’s own and is required in addition in some venues such as bars and nightclubs where the 2G+ rule applies.

Face masks

Will I need to wear a face mask in public spaces? Yes
Will I need to wear a face mask outdoors? No, unless you cannot socially distance.
Will I need to wear a face mask on ski lifts and cable cars? Yes

When skiing

Will there be any restrictions on skiing? No
Will there be any restrictions on sales of lift passes? No

In resort

Will there be any restrictions to apres/events/festivals in resort? You must be fully vaccinated or recovered from Covid-19 (Positive PCR result valid 11-270 days from date of sample taken), for any large scale events. Tests are not sufficient.
Will there be any restrictions to bars, cafes and restaurants in resort? You must be fully vaccinated or recently recovered from Covid-19 (Positive PCR result valid 11-270 days from date of sample taken), to access any venues classed as 2G such as restaurants. Tests are not sufficient. In addition 2G+ venues where sitting or mask wearing is not possible such as bars and nightclubs will require a negative test as well (within 24 hours for antigen, 72 hours for PCR)
Will there be any restrictions to cinemas, museums, swimming pools, spas and other indoor attractions? You must be fully vaccinated or recently recovered from Covid-19 (Positive PCR result valid 11-270 days from date of sample taken), to access any venues classed as 2G . Tests are not sufficient. In addition 2G+ venues where sitting or mask wearing is not possible such as swimming pools will require a negative test as well (within 24 hours for antigen, 72 hours for PCR)
Will I need to social distance in public spaces? Yes

In your accommodation

Will anything be different about my chalet holiday this year? N/A
Will anything be different about my hotel stay this year? You must be fully vaccinated or recently recovered from Covid-19 (Positive PCR result valid 11-270 days from date of sample taken), to access any venues classed as 2G such as hotel restaurants. Tests are not sufficient. In addition 2G+ venues where sitting or mask wearing is not possible such as bars and nightclubs will require a negative test as well (within 24 hours for antigen, 72 hours for PCR)
Will anything be different about my self-catered holiday this year? N/A

Where’s my nearest COVID testing centre?

Spital Oberengadin and the Polyclinic St. Moritz by making online appointment.

What support will I have whilst on holiday?

There will be an Inghams Representative available in resort on request.


Wengen

Proof of COVID status

From 1 November 2021, the NHS Covid Travel Pass will be acceptable for admission control into venues such as restaurants in the place of a Swiss Covid Certificate. Note some venues classed as 2G+ such as bars and nightclubs where sitting or mask wearing is not possible will require a negative test as well. (within 24 hours for antigen, 72 hours for PCR)
You can obtain a copy of this via the NHS App or through the NHS website.

Travelling with children & teenagers

Children under 16 are exempt from COVID certificates, but 16 and 17 year olds will need one to access indoor hospitality venues including hotel restaurants and large outside events. They must be fully vaccinated (two doses) or have proof of recovery within 270 days (2G), a negative test result is no longer acceptable to give access on it’s own and is required in addition in some venues such as bars and nightclubs where the 2G+ rule applies.

Face masks

Will I need to wear a face mask in public spaces? Yes
Will I need to wear a face mask outdoors? No, unless you cannot socially distance.
Will I need to wear a face mask on ski lifts and cable cars? Yes

When skiing

Will there be any restrictions on skiing? No
Will there be any restrictions on sales of lift passes? No

In resort

Will there be any restrictions to apres/events/festivals in resort? You must be fully vaccinated or recovered from Covid-19 (Positive PCR result valid 11-270 days from date of sample taken), for any large scale events. Tests are not sufficient.
Will there be any restrictions to bars, cafes and restaurants in resort? You must be fully vaccinated or recently recovered from Covid-19 (Positive PCR result valid 11-270 days from date of sample taken), to access any venues classed as 2G such as restaurants. Tests are not sufficient. In addition 2G+ venues where sitting or mask wearing is not possible such as bars and nightclubs will require a negative test as well (within 24 hours for antigen, 72 hours for PCR)
Will there be any restrictions to cinemas, museums, swimming pools, spas and other indoor attractions? You must be fully vaccinated or recently recovered from Covid-19 (Positive PCR result valid 11-270 days from date of sample taken), to access any venues classed as 2G . Tests are not sufficient. In addition 2G+ venues where sitting or mask wearing is not possible such as swimming pools will require a negative test as well (within 24 hours for antigen, 72 hours for PCR)
Will I need to social distance in public spaces? Yes

In your accommodation

Will anything be different about my chalet holiday this year? N/A
Will anything be different about my hotel stay this year? You must be fully vaccinated or recently recovered from Covid-19 (Positive PCR result valid 11-270 days from date of sample taken), to access any venues classed as 2G such as hotel restaurants. Tests are not sufficient. In addition 2G+ venues where sitting or mask wearing is not possible such as bars and nightclubs will require a negative test as well (within 24 hours for antigen, 72 hours for PCR)
Will anything be different about my self-catered holiday this year? N/A

Where’s my nearest COVID testing centre?

Gesundheitszentrum Lütschentäler AG – Haus Arba, Bodendiehle 1446, 3823 Wengen, 033 856 28 28

What support will I have whilst on holiday?

There will be an Inghams Representative available in resort on request.


Zermatt

Proof of COVID status

From 1 November 2021, the NHS Covid Travel Pass will be acceptable for admission control into venues such as restaurants in the place of a Swiss Covid Certificate. Note some venues classed as 2G+ such as bars and nightclubs where sitting or mask wearing is not possible will require a negative test as well. (within 24 hours for antigen, 72 hours for PCR)
You can obtain a copy of this via the NHS App or through the NHS website.

Travelling with children & teenagers

Children under 16 are exempt from COVID certificates, but 16 and 17 year olds will need one to access indoor hospitality venues including hotel restaurants and large outside events. They must be fully vaccinated (two doses) or have proof of recovery within 270 days (2G), a negative test result is no longer acceptable to give access on it’s own and is required in addition in some venues such as bars and nightclubs where the 2G+ rule applies.

Face masks

Will I need to wear a face mask in public spaces? Yes
Will I need to wear a face mask outdoors? No, unless you cannot socially distance.
Will I need to wear a face mask on ski lifts and cable cars? Yes

When skiing

Will there be any restrictions on skiing? No
Will there be any restrictions on sales of lift passes? No

In resort

Will there be any restrictions to apres/events/festivals in resort? You must be fully vaccinated or recovered from Covid-19 (Positive PCR result valid 11-270 days from date of sample taken), for any large scale events. Tests are not sufficient.
Will there be any restrictions to bars, cafes and restaurants in resort? You must be fully vaccinated or recently recovered from Covid-19 (Positive PCR result valid 11-270 days from date of sample taken), to access any venues classed as 2G such as restaurants. Tests are not sufficient. In addition 2G+ venues where sitting or mask wearing is not possible such as bars and nightclubs will require a negative test as well (within 24 hours for antigen, 72 hours for PCR)
Will there be any restrictions to cinemas, museums, swimming pools, spas and other indoor attractions? You must be fully vaccinated or recently recovered from Covid-19 (Positive PCR result valid 11-270 days from date of sample taken), to access any venues classed as 2G . Tests are not sufficient. In addition 2G+ venues where sitting or mask wearing is not possible such as swimming pools will require a negative test as well (within 24 hours for antigen, 72 hours for PCR)
Will I need to social distance in public spaces? Yes

In your accommodation

Will anything be different about my chalet holiday this year? N/A
Will anything be different about my hotel stay this year? You must be fully vaccinated or recently recovered from Covid-19 (Positive PCR result valid 11-270 days from date of sample taken), to access any venues classed as 2G such as hotel restaurants. Tests are not sufficient. In addition 2G+ venues where sitting or mask wearing is not possible such as bars and nightclubs will require a negative test as well (within 24 hours for antigen, 72 hours for PCR)
Will anything be different about my self-catered holiday this year? N/A

Where’s my nearest COVID testing centre?

Arztpraxis Dr. med. J. Bieler-Hischier und Dr. med. M. Cristiano, Getwingstrasse 30, 3920 Zermatt.

What support will I have whilst on holiday?

There will be an Inghams Representative based in resort.