Travel restrictions in Europe have increased significantly this year, and if you’re not able to travel to Europe, you might want to rethink your travel plans.
Here’s how to stay safe and secure while traveling to Europe in 2019.1.
The European Union (EU) has suspended its air travel to the United States.2.
If you’re traveling to or from a major European country, the European Commission has put restrictions on all air travel.3.
Many countries are restricting their citizens from traveling to certain parts of the world.4.
The EU has banned all imports of all tobacco products, including chewing tobacco.5.
The French government is banning the importation of all plastic water bottles.6.
In many European countries, it is illegal to buy cigarettes online.7.
There is an international travel ban for any member state that is not an EU member state.8.
The United States is also temporarily suspending flights to and from some countries.9.
Some European countries have restricted certain items, including prescription medications.10.
In Austria, Portugal, Spain, Belgium, Greece, Denmark, and Iceland, there are now no public transport options to access the airports.11.
In Belgium, travelers are required to travel at least three hours ahead of their scheduled flight to ensure they arrive on time.12.
If traveling to Greece or Italy, you may be required to purchase a new ticket to Greece.13.
In Poland, there is a travel ban on any tourist visits to the country from other EU countries.14.
In Greece, you must buy a ticket to enter the country on foot.15.
In Ireland, there will be no public transportation to Ireland and it will not be possible to travel on foot between 10 a.m. and 7 p.m., even on weekends.16.
In Denmark, travelers must travel at or near maximum capacity, unless it is absolutely necessary to reach an airport.17.
In France, it will be illegal to travel in a convoy with any type of vehicle, including a motorcycle, any type or size of passenger van, or any type and size of trailer.18.
In Germany, it has been reported that some airports may not be able to accommodate larger vehicles.19.
In Portugal, it’s illegal to carry a large quantity of tobacco, regardless of the size of the parcel.20.
In Switzerland, tobacco products are only allowed in certain areas of airports.21.
In Norway, tobacco will not normally be allowed on planes that take off or land from certain countries.22.
In the Netherlands, it can be illegal for travelers to carry more than one cigarette in a handbag or backpack.23.
In Spain, it may be illegal or impossible to travel by car from certain cities.24.
In Sweden, the country has banned the purchase of cigarettes, and there will also be a ban on the purchase and use of chewing tobacco in public spaces.25.
In Italy, it might be illegal (or extremely difficult) to carry large quantities of tobacco in one bag.26.
In Romania, it was reported that smoking is not permitted on airplanes.27.
In Estonia, it remains illegal to smoke in public places, even at bars, restaurants, and coffee shops.28.
In Finland, it could be illegal, or very difficult, to smoke cigarettes in public.29.
In Cyprus, it’ll be illegal in some places to carry tobacco in your backpack.30.
In Latvia, it seems that cigarettes will not yet be permitted on certain airlines.31.
In Lithuania, there’s a travel advisory for the country.32.
In Slovakia, it sounds like it might become impossible to smoke at certain public places.33.
In Croatia, it appears that smoking will be banned for a period of time.34.
In Russia, it won’t be possible for visitors to buy tobacco at public places such as cafes and bars.35.
In Hungary, it should be possible or even advisable to smoke, but it’s not yet possible to smoke outside the home.36.
In Slovenia, it isn’t permitted to smoke on the roof of a building.37.
In Belarus, smoking in public is prohibited.38.
In Malta, it looks like you won’t have to worry about the safety of your cigarettes.39.
In Montenegro, it looked like there would be no smoking in certain parts, but there are some restrictions.40.
In Albania, it wasn’t possible to buy or smoke tobacco at some restaurants, bars, and clubs.41.
In Turkey, it seemed like it would be illegal not to smoke.42.
In Argentina, it didn’t seem like smoking is allowed at certain places.43.
In Bulgaria, it appeared to be illegal.44.
In Morocco, it sounded like smoking was banned.45.
In Azerbaijan, it turned out that smoking wasn’t banned.46.
In Ukraine, it shouldn’t be illegal because it’s a national holiday, but smoking is prohibited on certain public holidays.47. In Israel