Welcome to Paznaun

Winter 2021 - 2022

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Last adaptation 13th January 2022

Dear guests!

All hosts, restaurants and service providers in Paznaun have taken measures with responsibility, passion and dedication to ensure that all guests have a carefree holiday!

We are therefore very happy that we can warmly welcome our guests again. All areas - gastronomy, hotel, trade and culture - with the exception of night gastronomy are open.

Cable car starts in Paznaun:
Galtür, Ischgl, Kappl, See: open
 

Your team at the 
Paznaun-Ischgl Tourist Board

#TogetherSafe

The most important at a glance

  • Entry into Austria: A 2-G certificate is required for entry, as well as an up-to-date PCR test or a booster vaccination.
    Exceptions:
    - Children under 12 years: no 2G, no PCR test necessary
    - Children born after August 31, 2006: PCR test as part of the ninja pass
    - Pregnant women and people who cannot be vaccinated for medical reasons: medical certificate + PCR test
    You can find detailed information on entering Austria here.
  • 2-G rule in accommodation, gastronomy, sports facilities, leisure facilities, ski lifts or at events.
    Exceptions:
    - Children up to the end of compulsory schooling (details)
    - People who cannot be vaccinated for health reasons (access with certificate and PCR test)
  • FFP2 mask (does not apply to children up to the age of six, children from the age of six to the age of 14 may wear mouth and nose protection)
  • Registration requirement in gastronomy

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FFP2 mask compulsory in heavily frequented public places outdoors in Ischgl

Areas (Ischgl only):

  • Dorfstraße (ca. Raiffeisenbank - Hotel Gramaser)
  • Silvrettaplatz (ca. doctor Dr. Walser - Fire&Ice)
  • Fimbabahnweg (ca. sports shop Bründl - cable car Fimbabahn)

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New corona regulations from January 8th

FFP2 mask also outdoors, where a distance of 2 meters is not possible, for example in pedestrian zones, queues, group gatherings, etc. (exception for closest relatives such as partners and children).

Virus variant areas United Kingdom, the Netherlands, Denmark, Norway

New rules for everyone arriving from the United Kingdom, the Netherlands, Denmark and Norway. These countries will be classified as a virus variant region from 25 December in Austria. This means, people who are fully vaccinated (double jabbed) AND have received the 3rd booster jab (Janssen 1x + booster) can enter Austria with a negative PCR test (valid 48 hours).  Children under the age of 12 are exempt (see below) and teenagers eligible for the Holiday Ninja Pass will be able to enter with a negative PCR test (valid 72 hours).

Important additional information: Everyone else travelling from the UK, the Netherlands, Denmark and Norway needs to quarantine for 10 days upon arrival if they have not been fully vaccinated (2x jabs) and had a third booster.

See also here: www.austria.info

Good to know

The "G-rules"

  • Proof by means of immunisation passport, immunisation card, QR-Code (Green Pass) or print-out
  • Two-dose vaccinations are valid for 270 days after the second (from Feb. 1st 180 days) or any additional dose. There need to be at least 14 days in between the first and second jab and 120 days between the second and third one. 
  • The Johnson & Johnson vaccination is valid for 270 days, 22 days after the first dose. 
    Please note: Since 3 January 2022, you need a booster if you have only received one Johnson & Johnson dose. 
  • If you are both vaccinated and recovered, the first dose is valid for 270 days (from Feb. 1st 180 days). 
  • Valid vaccines: Comirnaty from the manufacturer BioNTech / Pfizer, Spikevax from the manufacturer Moderna, Vaxzevria from the manufacturer AstraZeneca and COVID-19 Vaccine Janssen from the manufacturer Janssen.
  • Vaccination 
  • Proof of recovery from an infection with SARS-CoV-2 over the last 180 days or a medical confirmation of an infection with SARS-CoV-2 over the last 180 days, which has been confirmed by molecular biology, or
  • Separation notice, if this was issued for a person who was verifiably infected with SARS-CoV-2 in the last 180 days before the planned test
  • Children up to 12 years of age do not need proof of a low epidemiological risk for accommodation, restaurants, sports facilities, leisure facilities, ski lifts or at events.
  • Children from 12 to the end of compulsory schooling (children who were born before September 1st, 2006 are finished with compulsory schooling) require appropriate evidence of a low epidemiological risk:
    • Children who are double vaccinated do not need any further tests on site. The vaccination is valid as proof of 2G. (Attention: a PCR test is required upon entry)
    • For Austrian school children, a VALID (holiday) ninja pass is equivalent to 2G proof.
    • Children traveling to Austria need a PCR test at least twice a week. These are therefore considered 2G evidence.
    • When entering the country, a negative PCR-test is required.
  • After the end of compulsory schooling, the 2G obligation applies to children when entering accommodation, restaurants, sports facilities, leisure facilities, ski lifts or at events.

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Testing options

In Paznaun there are free PCR gargle tests for guests. For the processing a registration on the test platform of Tyrol is necessary. The allocation of the gargle tests takes place at your landlord or at the points listed below. 

According to the information of Tyrol, you will receive the test result by SMS or e-mail within 24 hours if the tests are handed in by 10:00 am.

Well-informed

From arrival to departure

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:

Gastronomy and hotels

  • Open for protected persons, everywhere there is the 2-G rule (vaccinated or recovered, special rules for children)
    • Exceptions: People who cannot be vaccinated for health reasons (access with certificate and PCR test)
  • FFP-2 mask requirement in indoor areas
    • The mandatory wearing of the FFP-2 mask applies to all public areas in closed rooms
    • In gastronomy, this applies in particular when guests move outside their seat
    • In the accommodation when entering generally accessible areas indoors
    • Operators and employees also have to wear an FFP-2 mask when contacting customers in closed rooms
  • In the gastronomy, guests are required to register
  • The curfew of bars is set at 22:00.
  • The consumption of food and drinks may only take place at the respective delivery point, so the bar is prohibited

Cable cars 

  • FFP2 mask required for all persons in all cable car facilities and outside when the 2m distance can't be retained.
  • 2G proof: proof of vaccination, proof of recovery valid, special rules for children.

    Exceptions: People who cannot be vaccinated for health reasons (access with certificate and PCR test)

Public transport

  • FFP2 mask required for all persons (also at the bus stops)
  • All buses are regularly aired out and disinfected

Après-ski & night gastronomy

  • the night gastronomy remains closed
  • that includes après-ski, bars and standing gastronomy

 

Shopping & Rentals

  • FFP2 mask required for all persons.
  • 2G proof: proof of vaccination, proof of recovery valid, special rules for children.

    Exceptions: People who cannot be vaccinated for health reasons (access with certificate and PCR test)

Museums

  • FFP2 mask required for all persons
  • 2G proof: proof of vaccination, proof of recovery valid, special rules for children.

    Exceptions: People who cannot be vaccinated for health reasons (access with certificate and PCR test)

Sport and leisure facilities

  • FFP2 mask required for all persons
  • 2G proof: proof of vaccination, proof of recovery valid, special rules for children

    Exceptions: People who cannot be vaccinated for health reasons (access with certificate and PCR test)

Health: What to do in case of illness?
In case of suspected COVID-19-infection: 

Departure
Before you leave, please enquire with the competent authority regarding the entry requirements in your own country.
 

General hygiene rules

What we all can do

Avoid shaking hands
Mouth and nose protection / FFP2 mask everywhere where it’s necessary
Wash your hands several times daily
Avoid putting your hands to the face
Sneeze/cough into your elbow or handkerchief
Stopp Corona App

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.