Do Swiss citizens need a visa for Israel?

Do Swiss citizens need a visa for Israel?

Swiss citizens do not need a visa to enter Israel. The passport must be valid for another 6 months when leaving Israel. A Swiss emergency passport (Notfallpass) is valid for entry to Israel and does not require a visa.

Who can enter Israel?

Tourists, from all countries, are permitted to enter Israel, provided that they have been vaccinated or recovered by Israeli standards in the past six months. Babies under 12 months may enter with their vaccinated parents.

How do I contact the Swiss Consulate?

+41 800 24-7-365/ +41 58 465 33 33) or your Swiss representation in the USA (Washington, Atlanta, New York or San Francisco).

Is it safe to visit Jerusalem 2021?

The main tourist areas- Tel Aviv, Jerusalem, Haifa, the Negev, Dead Sea, and Galilee, remain as safe as always. The area of the country around Gaza is not touristic and there is no reason for tourists to go travel there. Tourists should also be very vigilant when traveling to the West Bank or east Jerusalem.

Where can Swiss citizens live?

At the end of 2020, 776’000 Swiss passport holders were living abroad. The main countries of residence for Swiss citizens living abroad are France, Germany, the United States, and Italy.

Do I need a Covid test to enter Switzerland?

On entry to Switzerland: On entering Switzerland, everyone aged 16 and over must be able to show the negative result of a PCR test (performed no more than 72 hours prior to entry) or a rapid antigen test (performed no more than 24 hours previously).

Can I go to Dubai if I have been to Israel?

There is no official restriction on entry to the UAE for anyone because they are Jewish, as far as we know. Dubai is generally perceived as being the most tolerant, and if you do have a evidence of a visit to Israel in your passport, try and enter the UAE in Dubai rather than other emirates.