Austria Travel Requirements to Filipino 2022

Good news to Austria Tourist Visa / Austria Visit Visa Filipino applicants. The Austrian Embassy in Manila is open for all visa services. VFS Manila is also open for biometrics if you are bound to Austria. Austria also representing Lithuania has vaccination requirements as well as quarantine requirements. Note that this may change from time to time. We suggest calling your chosen airlines for updated travel requirements.

If you are vaccinated with any of the following, as long as you have a proof of vaccination (only valid for 270 days), you are amenable to travel to Austria and no quarantine is required.

If you are not vaccinated, you must have a mandatory 10 days quarantine in an accredited accommodation which we can help you book.

Note that a negative RT PCR from a DOH accredited clinic is also required by airlines, usually taken within 48 hours prior to departure.

Here’s the accepted vaccines in Austria for Filipino travelers.- Pfizer (after 14 days of 2nd dose)

  • Moderna (after 14 days of 2nd dose)
  • AstraZeneca (after 14 days of 2nd dose)
  • Johnson & Johnson (after 28 days of 2nd dose)
  • Sinovac
  • Sinopharm

We also suggest getting your Vaccination Certificate from your LGU with verifiable QR code, as well as your yellow card. These may not be required but better for your hassle free travel.

We also encourage getting a travel insurance with coverage on covid19. We can accommodate you with this as well as your tourist visa application.

Consult with our team through info@926atravelandtours.com or call us at 09184480250. Visit our travel agency in Makati City by appointment basis.

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