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Clubs that survived the COVID pandemic are back open, Masks are only required on German airlines, testing, distance restrictions and vaccine proof requirements are no longer required


Germany has relaxed the COVID restrictions and due to such most of the clubs are back open and running as normal. No more masks, need for vaccination proof
or testing. You will encounter people outside the clubs who still fear COVID and wear masks thus it’s best to respect such people with distance or to also wear a mask.

Currently everything depends on the infection rates of the country you’re traveling from


UPDATE 01/10/2022
While Omicrom has spread and infections are at an all time high. Omicrom is said to not be as deadly so people are being infected and recovering in about 2 weeks. An example is
how Omicrom numbers peaked in S. Africa and are now dropping. If this a sign of the future we should be looking at going back to somewhat normal travel again in March 2022.

UPDATE 08/30/2021
US Travelers to Germany have been DROPPED from the safe travel list for the EU
See the story

UPDATE 08/23/2021
The situation seems to be getting better as the majority of clubs have been allowed to open.
The key now is quarantine issues and testing. What we mean is while about 80% of the clubs have opened guests need to take precautions to avoid being stuck in Germany for 10-14 days. Should you test positive you will be forced at your own expense to stay isolated in a hotel room up to 14 days at your own cost before you are allowed to board your flight home.

Entry and Exit Requirements
Are U.S. citizens permitted to enter? Yes. As of June 20, 2021, residents of the United States are allowed to enter Germany for all purposes.

Digital Registration on Entry:

Persons entering Germany who have spent time in an RKI-designated high-risk or virus-variant area in the 10 days prior to entry are required to submit a digital registration on entry .

As of August 15, 2021, the United States has been designated as a high-risk area.

Is a negative COVID-19 test (PCR and/or serology) required for entry?

Effective August 1, 2021, all travelers ages 12 and older must submit proof of vaccination (with a vaccine listed on this website ), proof of recovery from COVID-19 in the last 6 month, or a negative COVID-19 test in order to enter by air, land, or sea.

Both PCR and rapid antigen tests are accepted; a PCR test must have been taken less than 72 hours prior to entry to Germany, a rapid antigen test less than 48 hours prior to entry.

Travelers who have been in a virus-variant area in the last 10 days must present a negative test, regardless of vaccination or recovery status.

Please see this link for more details.
Are health screening procedures in place at airports and other ports of entry? YES.

UPDATE 06/21/2021
The North-Rhine Westphalia (NRW) region has allowed clubs to open. However this does NOT mean all the clubs in the region are open or have plans to open.

Golden Time Bruggen and Living Room Kaarst for example will not open nor do they have plans to open as of yet. They’re playing it safe which is the responsible thing to do. It’s highly advised not to jump the gun and race off to Germany at the moment. We’re already seeing a big number of guests flocking to the clubs from France, Belgium, Spain and Italy.  Some of these countries have a higher risk of the new Delta Variant. The UK is a perfect example of what to expect.

The risk and chance of reinfection and a longer shut down of all clubs is a real issue and may do more damage than good.

Clubs are required to check and verify negative test results done within 36 hours, vaccination proof (Digital vaccination proof may also be required). Some clubs doing temperature testing as well as on-site testing. Visitors coming from high infection rate countries or destinations may be turned away or scrutinized. We saw this with SARS a decade ago as women refused to service Asian customers regardless of where they’re from.

Should you be tested and show a positive result you’ll be required to quarantine for 10-14 days and may be denied your flight home. At your own expense and hotel.


UPDATE 06/09/2021
Slowly we’re seeing some positive change in Germany.
One region (Lower Saxony) has allowed FKK Style clubs to open with hygiene regulations. Several other clubs are opening this week if not already open. This was a result of businesses taking legal action.

All travelers will need Digital Registration on Entry so make sure you register prior to travel so you are well aware of the requirements and rules.

UPDATE 06/07/2021
A few clubs have announced their opening June 15, 2021 (See your guide for how this affects your tour)

UPDATE: 05/29/2021
The biggest question we get is?
When will the clubs open or are the clubs open?
Currently the clubs in:
Germany CLOSED
Austria OPEN
Belgium OPEN
Netherlands OPEN
Switzerland OPEN

The situation in Germany is a catch 22
1. People need to be able to freely travel to and from Germany. Which means no quarantines coming or going from Germany.
2. The clubs open in full capacity with full services.

Germany has stated as written below that they will allow vaccinated tourists to enter Germany the second week of June 2021. (Not all countries) See below

Club management opinions are divided and have informed us they’ll open when the infection rate stats drop to a specific level. Some clubs are even suggesting they’ll open second or third week of June 2021
This all comes down to government decisions.

Thus we need to take into consideration the above before we can make any firm plans.

UPDATE: 05/18/2021

Germany Will Allow Vaccinated Travelers to Skip Quarantine and Testing
The German government plans to allow visitors who have been vaccinated against or recovered from COVID-19 to skip mandatory testing and quarantines.

It also will permit travelers who test negative for COVID-19 to leave quarantine early. German lawmakers approved the changes on Wednesday, the Associated Press reported, noting that the relaxed restrictions won’t apply to travelers from countries where variants of concern are clustered.

The loosening of travel restrictions in Germany comes as Bavaria is reopening its outdoor beer gardens. Beer gardens in Munich — home of the world-famous Oktoberfest — were set to reopen on Wednesday, the AP reported. Oktoberfest, Germany’s best-known cultural celebration, was canceled again this year.

Still, for an increasing number of vaccinated Germans, summer vacations are on the horizon as COVID-19 caseloads fall in parts of Europe.


Merkel Hopeful on Europe Summer Travel Even Without Vaccine

While the European Union is developing a vaccine certificate valid throughout the 27-nation bloc, summer vacations abroad should be possible again even for people who haven’t had their shots against the coronavirus, she said.


United CEO Sees ‘Light at End of Tunnel’

Europe Reopening to Americans DETAILS

UPDATE: 04/26/2021
Germany has announced that the summer of 2021 they’ll allow traveler’s to enter Germany
This means the travel restrictions for Germany will be lifted if there are no other issues before the summer

Summer occurs on Sunday, June 20, marking the start of summer in the Northern Hemisphere

American tourists who have been fully vaccinated against Covid-19 will be able to visit the European Union over the summer, the head of the bloc’s executive body said in an interview with The New York Times on Sunday, more than a year after shutting down nonessential travel from most countries to limit the spread of the coronavirus.

The fast pace of vaccination in the United States, and advanced talks between authorities there and the European Union over how to make vaccine certificates acceptable as proof of immunity for visitors, will enable the European Commission, the executive branch of the European Union, to recommend a switch in policy that could see trans-Atlantic leisure travel restored.

“The Americans, as far as I can see, use European Medicines Agency-approved vaccines,” Ursula von der Leyen, president of the European Commission, said Sunday in an interview with The Times in Brussels. “This will enable free movement and the travel to the European Union.

Re-Open EU info

UPDATE 09/08/2020
As of 09/08/2020 the region (German State)  of North Rhine-Westphalia (Nordrhein-Westfalen) has reopened the region’s FKK Clubs and brothels. This is good news and a step forward in getting back to normal.

Prostitution in NRW wieder erlaubt (Prostitution in NRW allowed again)
With Restrictions:
An obligation to wear a mouth and nose cover for prostitutes and customers is also an option.

The following Regions (German states) have allow to reopen:
North Rhine Westphalia

Germany is allowing the region North Rhine-Westphalia to open as of 09/08/2020. Yet another region added to already opened Sachen. Austria, Belgium, Netherlands and Switzerland clubs have resumed business while there may be some restrictions as to the services provided. Oddly we’ve been told that China is allowed to travel to and from Germany but the US is still on the forbidden travel list. This is the main hurdle for most of out guests Everything will depend on travel restrictions to and from Germany which may cause a 14 day hotel stay for self isolation when traveling to Germany.

2020 09 08 Prostitution in the NRW is again allowed
2020 09 03
The famous walk thru brothel Pascha (the biggest bordello in Europe) which has several location in EU had filed for bankruptcy.
Bankruptcy registered: Cologne brothel “Pascha” is bankrupt
2020 09 03  While not the best or biggest region for clubs Sachen clubs can reopen which is a move in the right direction
Prostitution sites are allowed to RE-OPEN in the Sachen Region
2020 08 14 When Will We Be Able to Travel to Europe?
2020 08 07 Lifting of travel restrictions: Council reviews the list of third countries
2020 08 06 Germany orders coronavirus tests on risk zone arrivals from Saturday
2020 08 06 Clubs in the North Rhine Westphalia region will remain closed
Corona-related work ban for prostitutes
2020 03 17 European Union Bans Foreign Travelers to Curb Coronavirus Spread
2020 03 14 The U.S. Ban on Travel Now Includes Europe, the U.K., and Ireland—What You Need to Know

What is COVID 19?
In COVID-19, ‘CO’ stands for ‘corona,’ ‘VI’ for ‘virus,’ and ‘D’ for disease. Formerly, this disease was referred to as “2019 novel corona virus” or “2019-nCoV”. There are many types of human corona viruses including some that commonly cause mild upper-respiratory tract illnesses.

Watch for symptoms
People with COVID-19 have had a wide range of symptoms reported – ranging from mild symptoms to severe illness.

Symptoms may appear 2-14 days after exposure to the virus. People with these symptoms may have COVID-19:

  • Fever or chills
  • Cough
  • Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing
  • Fatigue
  • Muscle or body aches
  • Headache
  • New loss of taste or smell
  • Sore throat
  • Congestion or runny nose
  • Nausea or vomiting
  • Diarrhea

This list does not include all possible symptoms.

Current situation in Germany?
The clubs have all been closed since Mid March 2020
and word is they’ll stay closed at least until late November 2020
As of September 08, 2020 One Region in Germany North Rhine-Westphalia has been allowed to reopen it’s clubs and Brothels

How does COVID 19 Affect our trips?
Currently we’re looking at November 2020 for a possible date for tours to resume. This will depend on Quarantines by the German government. Also the re-opening of the Clubs which are closed at this stage.

Once we have confirmation that the clubs have reopened and allow foreign guests our trips will continue as normal. Please use the email subscription option at the bottom of this page to stay informed on changes.

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Germany Travel Information

Germany has gone back to total shutdown, in fact the word is that all businesses are closed except for Grocery store type establishments.
The German government knows the holidays (Xmas and New Years) are super spreader events so they plan to keep the shutdown till after the holidays pass.

While the Covid Vaccines in the US are a major (Light at the end of the tunnel) we’ll have to wait till travel restrictions are lifted and quarantines no longer delay visitors coming and going from Germany till any tour services become available.

Our German contacts have informed us that the vaccines won’t start in Germany till 12/27/2020 and currently there’s a curfew for the public forbidding them to be outside from 9pm – 5am daily.

The clubs in the regions below which had been allowed to open were once again closed due to COVID. It’s expected this will stay in place of at least 2 weeks. The good news is the US announcement of a Vaccine which will be a game changer.
There are 2 issues that need to be resolved before trips can continue and things go back to normal
The clubs in the regions below need to have permission from the government to reopen.
HESSEN (Clubs forbidden to open)
B. NORTHRHINE-WESTPHALIA (Clubs open for business)

2. German Travel Restrictions need to be lifted for the country you’re traveling from
Below are also other requirements for travel to Germany
Germany must allow the country you’re originating from to enter Germany
B. Quarantines which require you to stay in a hotel when you arrive (up to14 Days)
Mandatory COVID testing at the airport when you arrive.
Registration of visits to clubs or brothels ID, passport need for name and address
data kept for 2 weeks in case of infections after which you will be notified

In order to limit the virus being brought back by holidaymakers and other travelers, people entering the country from a risk area will from next week have to take a free coronavirus test when they arrive on German soil.

Currently the following countries CAN TRAVEL TO GERMANY:
As from 8 August 2020 member states should gradually lift the travel restrictions at the external borders for residents of the following countries:

  • Australia
  • Canada
  • Georgia
  • Japan
  • New Zealand
  • Rwanda
  • South Korea
  • Thailand
  • Tunisia
  • Uruguay
  • China, subject to confirmation of reciprocity

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