The Netherlands is now open to American travelers, and they can enjoy lovely Amsterdam attractions. The authorities of Netherlands have announced that American travelers don’t need to provide proof of COVID-19 vaccination or negative PCR test results when they arrived. Also, there are no quarantine requirements when they arrive.
The good news is that concert halls, cinemas, and sporting venues across are reopened. Besides, curfews that limited alcohol purchasing and public drinking are lifted. However, tours for famous red-light districts are not allowed anymore. Tourists are, however, allowed to visit Amsterdam’s marijuana lounges, but there have been efforts to move red-light windows to suburbs.
1.7 million cases of COVID-19 have been detected in the Netherlands, with 17,000 death cases. The country has vaccinated over 14 million people.