Countries with a green travel advice have few corona infections. You can read here which rules different countries have with green travel advice.
You can travel to sunny Bulgaria if:
-You were vaccinated at least 14 days ago.
-You have a statement that you have recovered from COVID-19. The statement must be between 11 and 180 days old.
-You have a negative antigen test that is not older than 48 hours or a negative PCR test that is not older than 72 hours.
This does not apply to children under 12 years of age.
You don’t have to quarantine.
You can go to this Island with hot springs if you:
-You have been vaccinated at least 14 days ago. You still have to show proof of a negative CPR test.
– You have recovered from a covid-19 infection.
-If you are not vaccinated you are welcome with a negative CPR test. You then have to do 2 CPR tests on arrival and in the meantime, you must be quarained for 5-6 days.
This does not apply to children under the age of 16.
Germany has become a lot stricter for the Dutch. If you want Germany attend you must register and show your negative CPR test certificate, vaccination certificate or proof of recovery. This is the case if you have only been in the Netherlands or the Caribbean part of the United Kingdom in the previous 10 days.
There is an exception for transit travelers and people who visit Germany for a maximum of 24 hours. Children under the age of 6 do not have to meet the conditions either.
Estonia is what less strict than the other countries. You can visit Estonia from after the day you received the 2nd vaccination. You will also be admitted if you have recovered from a corona infection less than 6 months ago. You don’t have to be quarantined in either situation.
here you can read which countries have more green travel advice, such as Italy, Lithuania, Slovenia and Austria. Please note this can quickly change to another travel advice such as yellow.