Current regulations and rules of conduct
in times of Covid-19
Since the beginning of 2020, the Coronavirus has been influencing all our lives. The compliance with the measures and the health of all is a major concern for us. Therefore, our staff will happily assist you, and we have summarized relevant information, measures and guidelines regarding Covid-19. Furthermore, we have written down important information on the page countdown to your Achensee vacation days, which includes, for example, an expected revival of tourism.
Current information as well as answers to your travel planning, the entry regulations and your stay in Tirol can be found below under staying safe on holiday in Tirol.
CURRENT DATA ON PERSONS TESTED POSITIVE IN THE INDIVIDUAL LOCALITIES OF THE ACHENSEE REGION
As of 12 April 2021, 08.30 – Source: Dashboard of the Tyrolean government
- Achenkirch am Achensee: 0
- Eben am Achensee (Maurach & Pertisau): 1
- Steinberg am Rofan: 0
- Wiesing: 4
In addition, you can find here some short videos about the correct behaviour in Tirol:
Information about insurance cover for holiday trips to Austria at a glance.
Due to the current legal provisions, contact tracing in Tirol is mandatory for the gastronomy. Therefore, we have developed a unified solution in digital form in cooperation with the district administration of Schwaz and all tourism organisations of this district. “TRACY” is a newly created contact tracing solution for the tourism sector and allows you to enjoy a pleasant and carefree stay in a restaurant, bar and many other places. More information about “TRACY” can be found below. Guests who don’t have a mobile phone fill in a contact form provided by the business.
By adhering to the necessary measures a careful and prudent cooperation is guaranteed and nothing stands in the way of a relaxing holiday at the Achensee!
Despite the greatest possible care, we cannot give any guarantee for completeness and correctness. The communication channels of the Achensee region don’t replace official information channels or legal regulations. As the situation regarding travel warnings can change rapidly, please contact the foreign ministry of your home country for information on the currently applicable regulations.