I have a trip for my family booked for early Sept to Lisbon, Faro and Porto. All of the details are in place - lodging, CP tix, rental car in the Algarve etc. I did purchase trip insurance that covers COVID issues, including unexpected quarantine or hospitalization, and also purchased a "Cancel For Any Reason" rider.
At the moment, US travelers are technically allowed to travel to Portugal with all of the testing stipulations, etc. Aside from "Can we go" we are considering "Should we go". I'm curious what the attitude is amongst those who have travel plans fairly soon. The US is not faring well in its own COVID surge and I'm wondering if Portugal might ban travelers from the US? What liability, coverage and other things change if we travel to a Level 4 risk area knowingly. And of course the real risk of contracting COVID in spite of being vaccinated.
Would love thoughts on this. Thanks!