The following pages contain information about Europe, which, for the purpose of giving health advice, we have broken down into two regions. Whether you are looking for advice on a specific country in one of these regions, or for a combination of countries that you’ll be visiting on your journey, you are always welcome to drop by for an intake interview.
The health risks on this page pertain to the following countries: Albania, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Georgia, Hungary, Croatia, Macedonia, Moldavia, Montenegro, Ukraine, Poland, Romania, Russia, Serbia, Slovenia, Slovakia, The Czech Republic and White Russia.
The risks, of course, depend on the objective of the journey, the accommodation, etc. KLM Travel Clinic’s professional experts will be pleased to advise you about preventative measures and vaccinations.
In a broad band that stretches across Eastern Europe and Northern Asia, you can catch diseases spread by ticks. In Russia and Siberia there is a variant that can have serious consequences.
There is a local risk of leptospirosis.
The health risks on this page pertain to the following countries: Belgium, Germany, Estonia, Finland, France, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Monaco, the Netherlands, Norway, Austria, Portugal, Spain, the United Kingdom, Sweden and Switzerland.
The risks, of course, depend on the objective of the journey, the accommodation etc. Professional experts from KLM Health Services will be pleased to advise you about preventative measures and vaccinations.
No particular risks, with the exception of diseases transmitted by ticks in some of these countries.
Sexually transmitted diseases are common but not on a large scale.
A small and local risk of leptospirosis.