The pandemic is troubling us all and travel is still not fully possible. In addition, it is not easy to keep track of what is currently allowed and what is not. But we are and will remain optimistic and rely on the beginning of summer and an advanced vaccination phase in the coming weeks and months. In the following we would like to give you a small update on the current situation (no guarantee - as of April 20.04.2021st, XNUMX):
The lockdown in Germany was provisionally extended to May 09, 2021 due to the increasing number of infections. Tourist trips are therefore still not recommended in order to curb the spread of the corona virus. This was decided jointly by the federal and state governments. Due to the current ban on accommodation, hotels, holiday apartments, campsites and other accommodations are not allowed to accommodate tourists.
However, advising against tourist trips and day trips is not a general ban on mobility. Moving within Germany is not forbidden and does not result in any quarantine obligations after you return home. According to §12 StVO, overnight stays in your own vehicle are allowed on longer journeys to “restore your driving ability”. The legislature assumes a maximum of 10 hours overnight stay. This special right applies wherever it is not expressly forbidden (e.g. by information / mandatory signs).
However, you should inform yourself in advance which regulations also apply to your place of residence or your destination. If you violate curfews or other local / national restrictions, you may otherwise be fined.
Traveling to other European countries is also not generally prohibited. In this case, however, please inform yourself on a daily basis about the applicable regulations in the respective country, the applicable laws for travelers returning from abroad and the associated quarantine regulations. Please avoid high-risk or mutation areas
We won't let you down! With the following measures we offer you maximum flexibility without risk