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Persons arriving in Switzerland from a country or region with a high risk of infection, must present a valid proof of a negative PCR test result, that is no more than 72 hours old. All persons arriving by air, even from a country that is not considered high risk, must be able to show a negative PCR test result before boarding the plane. In the following cases you are exempt from the quarantine requirements in Switzerland and the test requirement at the Swiss border:
- You can prove that you are fully vaccinated against COVID-19. Your vaccination must be authorized in Switzerland. This exemption applies for six months from the time that you are fully vaccinated.
- Children and young people aged under 16.
- You can prove that you have had a coronavirus infection and have recovered. This exemption applies for six months from the end of the isolation period (the 11th day after the positive test result).
You must complete the entry form if one of the following applies to you:
- You are entering Switzerland by rail, bus or coach, boat or air. This also includes a stopover in Switzerland, for example air travelers who have to change flight.
- You have stayed in a country or area with an increased risk of infection in the ten days before entering Switzerland. The entry form must also be filled out for children. They can be included on the form of an adult travelling with them. https://swissplf.admin.ch/home
Increased restrictions for international travel, due to identification of a new variant of the virus Covid-19. The rules differ between England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. Please visit GOV.UK for more information.
In some cases, the contact details of travelers will be collected upon their arrival in Switzerland. The collection of contact details affects all airline passengers, as well as coach passengers, from countries with an increased risk of infection.
The village of Veysonnaz is 1400 meters above sea level and is the most easterly village of Les Quatre Valleés. This small village has in the last few years become a very popular ski resort.
You can choose between ski passes for two areas, namely the slopes of Prinze or the extensive resort of Les Quatre Valleés.
The ski resort of Les Quatres Valleés is a varied ski area and offers fantastic skiing for both novice and experienced winter sports enthusiasts. Snowboarders will also find a half-pipe, boardercross and some fun parks.
The ski resort of Prinze is more limited and because of many surface lifts not as popular among snowboarders. If you wish to do some cross-country skiing or hiking you will find plenty of challenges in the area of Les Quatres Valleés.
In the village you can find some cosy restaurants and bars, and also some venues for a lively apres ski scene. If you would prefer to relax then you can choose to visit the Veyonnaz swimming pool or sauna.