The Greek National Tourism Organisation has confirmed the country lifted entry restrictions on Sunday.
In a statement, the GNTO said: “As of May 1, travellers visiting Greece will no longer need to show proof of COVID-19 vaccination or a recovery certificate or a negative COVID-19 PCR/rapid antigen test.
“Indoor mask-wearing is set to remain in place until June 1, when a new announcement will follow.
“The Government also accepted the recommendation of the Committee of the Ministry of Health for the suspension of COVID pass from 1 May, meaning that no proof of vaccination or recovery will be required to enter any indoor and outdoor venues.”
The Greek Government will review the entry rules after the summer.