Luxembourg's Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs has announced that the temporary travel restrictions in place for third-country nationals will end on Saturday 1 October 2022.

The temporary entry restrictions to the territory of the Grand Duchy of third-country nationals residing outside the European Union (EU) or the Schengen area, put in place from the start of the COVID-19 health crisis, will end on Saturday.

From 1 October, third-country nationals (including those residing in the United Kingdom or the United States) can once again travel to Luxembourg for any reason, including for non-essential travel, regardless of their vaccination status.

However, the persons concerned remain subject to the basic conditions applicable for the entry and stay of less than 90 days in the Schengen area, including in particular being in possession of a valid passport and, for persons subject to visa requirements in order to enter Luxembourg, holding a short-stay visa.

Details of the rules applicable for stays of less than 90 days for third-country nationals as well as the procedures to be followed prior to travel are available at: