Restrictions on internal border traffic will be in force from 12 October for traffic between Finland and Austria, Belgium, the Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden and Switzerland.
External border traffic will be permitted only for traffic arriving in Finland from the Vatican, and for traffic between Finland and Australia, Japan, Rwanda, South Korea, Thailand, New Zealand and Uruguay for residents of these countries.
Internal border control will continue until the new testing-based approach is introduced on 23 November.
Foreign tourists who are in Finland may leave the country. The Government of Finland will reassess the need for and extent of the restrictions on entry in approximately two weeks based on the epidemiological situation.
Businesses have observed guidelines
Businesses have done important work in relation to their facilities and services to be able to offer the safest possible experience for their guests, for example by paying even more attention to cleaning, by acquiring hand sanitiser and masks, by following orders issued to restaurants, and by ensuring safe distances in accommodations, shops, and activity services.
Please check the opening hours
Many accommodations and restaurants in Muonio are open and activities are available.
Exceptions in opening times:
- Torassieppi offers accommodation without restaurant and activity services 1.12.2020-11.4.2021
- Hotel Jeris is open 5.12.2020-17.4.2020
- Arctic Sauna World is open on Wednesdays at 15-21 o’clock
- Lapland Hotels Olos is open 26.10.2020 – 25.4.2021, Restaurant Takka 15.11.2020-25.4.2021 and ski lopes open in December
- Lapland Hotels Pallas is open 19.2.- 1.5.2021
- Lapland Safaris Olos office opens in November. Autumn season bookings via Levi office.
- Harriniva hotel is fully booked for the winter season.
Please check the opening hours directly on the company’s website or social media channels.
Kolari night trains run 2-3 times a week and from 13.12.2020 every night. There are daily flights from Helsinki to Kittilä.
When holidaymaking in Muonio, please remember the following guidelines:
- Download the Koronavilkku app on your phone. The app will alert you if you have unknowingly been exposed to coronavirus during your trip. It can be found also in English and can be down loaded at Google Play or App Store.
- Maintain hand hygiene and coughing etiquette.
- Wear a mask in public transport and indoors if you cannot keep a safe distance from others.
- Wear a mask when in restaurants, shops, hotel lobbies, tourist attractions and so on.
- You can also wear a face mask in other situations if maintaining safe distances is not possible.
- If you have symptoms indicating that you may have coronavirus, get yourself tested. Ask help from your accommodation host or call Muonio Health Care Center tel. +358 40 662 4565 or +358 40 714 2845.
- Do not travel if you have any symptoms, even mild ones.
- At rest stops and gas stations, take hygiene, safe distances and the use of face masks into account.
- Follow the hygiene and other safety instructions by travel entrepreneurs.
- Follow the hiking guidelines, https://www.nationalparks.fi/hikinginfinland/visitorguidelines
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See you in Muonio!
Inquires: Director of tourism, Nina Vesterinen, Discover Muonio, nina.vesterinen(at)discovermuonio.fi