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Last updated 12th October 2021
All hosts, restaurateurs and service providers in Paznaun have taken measures with responsibility, passion and dedication to ensure you have a carefree holiday! Let's take care of each other together and adhere to the recommended health measures.
But the most important thing: look forward to your vacation with us in Paznaun!
"We used the time to get even better"
The ski operating times at a glance:
Ischgl: 25.11.2021 - 01.05.2022
Galtür: 10.12.2021 - 22.04.2022
Kappl: 17.12.2021 – 18.04.2022
See: 17.12.2021 – 22.04.2022
Your team at the
Paznaun-Ischgl Tourist Board
The most important at a glance
General rule: Recovered, tested, vaccinated as entry condition
Arrival with an already negative test result is necessary for non-vaccinated or non-recovered guests (further PCR tests on site during the holiday are free of charge for guests until further notice)
Mouth and nose protection / FFP2-mask mandatory where necessary
Registration mandatory in restaurants and catering establishments
Stage 2: As of 7 days after the intensive care bed occupancy rate of 15% has been exceeded (300 beds)
Stage 3: As of 7 days after the intensive care bed occupancy rate of 20% has been exceeded (400 beds)
General rule & validity period of tests
In all accommodations, culinary establishments, leisure facilities and at events, the following applies:
Proof by means of immunisation passport, immunisation card or print-out
From the second vaccination (must not be more than 360 days ago)
As of the 22nd day after vaccination with vaccine requiring only one jab (must not be more than 270 days ago)
For people who have already recovered and who have previously been vaccinated, the vaccination is valid for 360 days from the time of vaccination.
Negative PCR-Test (validity: 72 hours)
Negative antigen test from test centre, physician, pharmacy, etc. (validity: 24 hours); For foreign guests, antigen tests from a physician or the pharmacy are not free!
Negative antigen test for self-administration (self-test), recorded in an official data processing system (validity: 24 hours).
Exempted from mandatory testing are children under 12 years of age To them, their parents’ status applies.
Up to 6 months after end of the infection (proof: Isolation certificate, medical confirmation)
Positive antibody test, no older than 3 months
Testing options in the region
In order to enter culinary establishments, accommodation providers, events and indoor leisure facilities, a negative Covid test or proof of vaccination or recovery are required until further notice. For guests who have not been vaccinated or who have not recovered, it is necessary to show a negative test upon arrival. Further PCR tests on site are free of charge for guests during the holiday until further notice.
FROM ARRIVAL UNTIL YOU LEAVE AGAIN
Entry requirements & Getting here safely
Before you set off on your well-deserved holiday, read up on the current coronavirus situation in Austria and Tirol:
Stage 1: Guests must show a valid negative test result, proof of vaccination or proof of recovery. Antigen tests are valid for 24 hours.
From level 2: Antigen tests with self-collection ("living room tests") are no longer permitted as proof of entry.
If stage 3 comes into force, antigen tests (such as test lanes or pharmacies) will also no longer be valid as proof of entry. Then only a valid negative PCR test result, proof of vaccination or proof of recovery will be valid as proof of entry.
Level 1 to 3: Visitors to cable car operations are required to wear an FFP2 mask.
From the start of the season (October), introduction of the 3G rule: 3G proof is to be checked when tickets are sold. A practicable implementation for operators and visitors is currently being worked on (for example, coupling the online sale of tickets for an automated check).
Visitors must always carry the valid 3G certificate and show it during random checks.
The obligation to wear an FFP2 mask remains.
FFP2-masks protection mandatory (also at the bus stops)
All buses are regularly aired out and disinfected
Après-ski & night gastronomy
The same rules generally apply for après-ski as for night catering.
Level 1: Guests must show a valid negative PCR test result, proof of vaccination or evidence of recovery. Antibody proof or antigen tests are not sufficient.
From level 2: For night catering establishments and après-ski, the 2G rule (vaccinated and recovered - no tests as proof) is introduced.
Regulation for unvaccinated employees: the mandatory wearing of an FFP2 mask and regular testing utilizing a PCR test - but at least three times a week.
Advent and Christmas Markets
Stage 1: For Advent and Christmas markets as occasional markets (not only pure commodity markets), the following regulations have applied since 15 September 2021:
Admission with 3G proof: Valid negative test result, proof of vaccination or evidence of recovery. Antigen tests are valid for 24 hours. Information on practicable implementation for operators and visitors will follow.
From an expected number of visitors of more than 500 persons, every occasional market has to obtain a permit from the locally competent district administrative authority.
From stage 2: Antigen tests with self-acceptance ("living room tests") are no longer permitted as proof of entry.
Should stage 3 occur: Antigen tests are no longer valid as proof of entry (entry with correct negative PCR test result, proof of vaccination or evidence of recovery).
Health: What to do in case of illness?
In case of suspected COVID-19-infection:
Please remain in your accommodation
Hotline 1450 or call the doctor of the respective municipality
We do our very best to ensure the information provided here is as complete and up-to-date as possible. However, please be aware that we assume no liability in this respect. Information provided by Tourismusverband Paznaun-Ischgl does not in any way replace the official information provided by the authorities. As the situation regarding travel warnings can change quickly, we recommend contacting your home country's foreign office in order to receive the latest travel advice for Austria.