Worldwide Travel: Which Countries are Open

With travel being disrupted almost constantly by COVID-19 (aka coronavirus), we will share which borders are closed, and where in the world is still open to travellers...

Please note: this article is correct as of 11:00 am on 17th May. Check back Wanderlust tomorrow morning for the latest update. 

Although some countries are still technically open, Britons have been advised against any international travel with immediate effect by the UK government.

With disruption and changes to travel happening almost every hour, it's hard to keep up with where you can and can't go.

We will update this article to keep you up to date with the latest coronavirus travel news. To find out if a specific destination is open for business, click one of the below links, or keep scrolling for the full list... 

 What's changed over the weekend? 

  • Travel to and from Italy will be allowed from 1 June
  •  Serbia is currently planning on reopening the airports to commercial flights on 18th May.
    Europe Which European countries have travel restrictions? 


    • The European Union: As of 16 March, the EU has banned all non-essential foreign arrivals. 
    • Albania: All borders are closed (with the exception of freight) to all nationals.
    • Andorra: All ski resorts are now closed and the FCO advises against all but essential travel. 
    • Armenia: The majority of foreign nationals who have travelled from or via countries with outbreaks of COVID-19 within 14 days of travel, including the UK,  are not currently allowed to enter Armenia. 
    • Azerbaijan: The Azerbaijani authorities have...
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