are you Planning to visit Greece this summer, you risk getting a hefty fine, if you have not filled out a special online form.
It must be made no later than 24 hours prior to arrival, and fail it, it shall cost you 500 euros - equivalent to approximately 3750 crowns.
It writes BT.
the Form, which is dubbed the Passenger Locator Form ( PLF), tell the authorities in Greece, where you come from, how long you are staying in the country, and if you have visited other countries. In addition one must specify the addresses of the places you intend to stay during his journey.
Greece has until now been successful in limiting infection, by introducing stringent restrictions on citizens ' movement, and requirements of the tourists should be seen in the extension thereof.
It tells the communications manager in the travel agency TUI, Mikkel Hansen, to BT.
- knowing how long people should stay in the country and hvorhenne, they have the opportunity to track down a possible smittekæde, he says.
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Greece is under normal circumstances, one of the danes ' most favourite destinations, and it also applies now, where the borders are again open for tourists to the country with Ouzo and langtidsstegt lamb.
At the TUI brands, it is clear to the great interest of Greece, and here you are therefore careful to inform the travelers about the new requirements.
- Over half of all our orders is to Greece right now. It is the paramount destinations, so we have a great many travelers go there the next time. And we have via sms informed our customers that they should remember to fill out the form before departure. Otherwise it can be an expensive pleasure, says Mikkel Hansen to BT.
Are you facing a trip to Greece, you can find PLF-form via this link.
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