Einige denken bereits ans Koffer packen. In wenigen Tagen beginnen die Herbstferien. Andere bleiben lieber zu Hause. Wie Sie sich auch entscheiden, bleiben Sie gesund und riskieren sie nichts.

Anfang Oktober startet Hessen in die Herbstferien. Sie finden in diesem Jahr vom 5. bis zum 17. Oktober statt. Hauptreisetag wird erfahrungsgemäß der letzte Schultag sein. Das ist der 2. Oktober. Autofahrer müssen sich vor allem ab Freitagnachmittag im Reiseverkehr auf Verzögerungen einstellen: eben dann, wenn Reise- und Pendlerverkehr aufeinandertreffen. In Hessen gilt das besonders für die A7 im Raum Kassel sowie die A5 und die A3 im gesamten Rhein-Main-Gebiet.

Besonders volle Straßen

Mit vollen Straßen ist an den Ferienwochenenden der Herbstferien mittags und nachmittags zu rechnen, also am 3./4. Oktober, 10./11. Oktober sowie 17./18. Oktober. Unter der Woche hingegen wird während der hessischen Ferien etwas weniger Verkehr als üblich erwartet. Mit Reiseverzögerungen ist außerdem im Bereich von Baustellen entlang der Hauptreiserouten zu rechnen. Hervorzuheben sind die Baustelle auf der A5 zwischen dem Hattenbacher Dreieck und Alsfeld-Ost sowie die Baustelle auf der A7 zwischen Kassel-Nord und Dreieck Kassel-Mitte. Eine Übersicht zu den aktuellen Baustellen bietet unsere angehängte Hessen-Karte.

Ersten und letztem Ferientag meiden

Wenn Sie in den Herbstferien unbedingt verreisen wollen, empfiehlt Hessen Mobil den Reisenden die genannten Gebiete zum Ferienstart am Freitag, den 2. Oktober, sowie am letzten Ferientag, am Sonntag, den 18. Oktober, jeweils zwischen 11:00 Uhr bis 19:00 Uhr möglichst zu meiden. Die Grafik unten gibt einen Überblick über größere Baumaßnahmen auf den Hauptrouten des hessischen Autobahnnetzes. Weiter ist zu empfehle, sich vor Reiseantritt über die aktuelle Verkehrslage auf den hessischen Straßen zu informieren.

Herbstferien: Reisen, ja wohin kann ich ohne Sorgen fahren?

Um nach oder in den Herbstferien keine böse Überraschung zu erleben, ist es außerdem zu empfehlen, sich mit den Corona-Zahlen am Reiseziel auseinanderzusetzen. Gerade die beliebten Reiseziele in den Niederlanden, in Belgien, Luxemburg oder Frankreich – aber auch in Österreich oder der Schweiz gelten aktuell als Risikogebiete.

Corona: Aktuell eingestuft als Risikogebiet sind

Seit dem 30. September (Auszug der Originellste des RKI)

Belgium: the complete country is now considered as risk area.
Estonia: the region Idu-Viru is considered as risk area.
France: the complete country with the exception of Grand-Est region is now considered as risk area.
Hungary: the regions Csongrád, Vas und Pest are now considered as risk areas.
Iceland: the complete country is considered as risk area.
Ireland: the region Border is now considered as risk area.
Lithuania: the region Šiaulių is considered as risk area.
Romania: the counties Alba and Cluj are now considered as risk areas.
Slovenia: the region Koroska is now considered as risk area.
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland: the nations Northern Ireland and Wales are now considered as risk areas.
In Croatia die counties Sibensko-kninska und Zadarska, as well as in Switzerland the canton Freiburg (Fribourg), are no longer considered risk areas.

Die bestehenden Reise- und Sicherheitshinweise des Auswärtigen Amtes sowie die Informationen der Bundesregierung für Reisende und Pendler finden Sie unter www.bundesregierung.de (Leztes Update zu den Herbstferien vom 1.10.2020).

• Afghanistan (since 15 June)
• Albania (since 15 June)
• Algeria (since 15 June)
• Andorra – Principality of Andorra (since 26 August)
• Angola (since 15 June)
• Argentina (since 15 June)
• Armenia (since 15 June)
• Austria – the following provinces are classified as risk areas:
o provinces Vienna (since 16 September)
o province Vorarlberg (since 23 September)
o province Tirol (since 25 September)
• Azerbaijan (since 15 June)
• Bahamas (since 15 June)
• Bahrain (since 15 June)
• Bangladesh (since 15 June)
• Belarus (since 15 June)
• Belgium – the complete country (since 30 September)
• Belize (since 15 June)
• Benin (since 15 June)
• Bhutan (since 15 June)
• Bolivia (since 15 June)
• Bosnia and Herzegovina (since 15 June)
• Brazil (since 15 June)
• Bulgaria – the following provinces are currently classified as risk areas:
o Blagoevgrad (since 7 August)
• Burkina Faso (since 15 June)
• Burundi (since 15 June)
• Cameroon (since 15 June)
• Cape Verde (since 3 July)
• Central African Republic (since 15 June)
• Chad (since 15 June)
• Chile (since 15 June)
• Colombia (since 15 June)
• Comoros (since 15 June)
• Costa Rica (since 15 June)
• Côte d’Ivoire (since 15 June)
• Croatia – the following counties are classified as risk areas:
o Brodsko-Posavska (since 16 September)
o Dubrovačko-neretvanska (since 9 September)
o Lika-Senj (since 23 September)
o Požega-Slavonia (since 9 September)
o Splitsko-Dalmatinska (since 20 August)
o Viroviticko-Podravska (since 16 September)
• Czech Republic – complete Czech Republic (since 25 September)
• Denmark – the following regions are classified as risk areas
o capital region Hovedstaden (since 23 September)
• Dominican Republic (since 15 June)
• DR Congo (since 15 June)
• Ecuador (since 15 June)
• Egypt (since 15 June)
• El Salvador (since 15 June)
• Equatorial Guinea (since 15 June)
• Eritrea (since 15 June)
• Estonia – the following regions are classified as risk areas:
o Idu-Viru (since 30 September)
• Eswatini (since 15 June)
• Ethiopia (since 15 June)
• France (exception: region Grand-Est) (since 30 September)
• Gabon (since 15 June)
• Gambia (since 15 June)
• Ghana (since 15 June)
• Guatemala (since 15 June)
• Guinea (since 15 June)
• Guinea-Bissau (since 15 June)
• Guyana (since 15 June)
• Haiti (since 15 June)
• Honduras (since 15 June)
• Hungary– the following counties are classified as risk areas:
o city of Budapest (since 16 September)
o Csongrád (since 30 September)
o Gyor-Moson-Sopron (since 23 September)
o Pest (since 30 September)
o Vas (since 30 September)
• Iceland (since 30 September)
• India (since 15 June)
• Indonesia (since 15 June)
• Iran (since 15 June)
• Iraq (since 15 June)
• Ireland – the following regions are classified as risk areas:
o region Dublin (since 23 September)
o region Border (since 30 September)
• Israel (since 3 July)
• Jamaica (since 15 June)
• Kazakhstan (since 15 June)
• Kenya (since 15 June)
• Korea (Democratic People’s Republic, North Korea) (since 15 June)
• Kosovo (since 15 June)
• Kuwait (since 15 June)
• Kyrgyzstan (since 15 June)
• Lebanon (since 15 June)
• Lesotho (since 15 June)
• Liberia (since 15 June)
• Libya (since 15 June)
• Lithuania – the following regions are classified as risk areas:
o Šiaulių (since 30 September)
• Luxemburg (14 July – 20 August and since 25 September)
• Madagascar (since 15 June)
• Malawi (since 15 June)
• Maldives (since 17 July)
• Mali (since 15 June)
• Mauritania (since 15 June)
• Mexico (since 15 June)
• Mongolia (since 15 June)
• Montenegro (15 – 19 June and since 17 July)
• Morocco (since 15 June)
• Mozambique (since 15 June)
• Namibia (since 15 June)
• Nepal (since 15 June)
• Netherlands – the following provinces/constituent countries are currently classified as risk areas:
o North Holland (Noord-Holland) (since 16 September)
o South Holland (Zuid-Holland) (since 16 September)
o Utrecht (since 23 September)
o Aruba (since 26 August)
o Sint Maarten (since 26 August)
• Nicaragua (since 15 June)
• Niger (since 15 June)
• Nigeria (since 15 June)
• North Macedonia (since 15 June)
• Oman (since 15 June)
• Pakistan (since 15 June)
• Palestinian territories (since 3 July)
• Panama (since 15 June)
• Papua New Guinea (since 17 June)
• Paraguay (since 15 June)
• Peru (since 15 June)
• Philippines (since 15 June)
• Portugal – the following regions are classified as risk areas:
o region Lissabon (since 23 September)
• Qatar (since 15 June)
• Republic of Moldova (since 15 June)
• Republic of the Congo (since 15 June)
• Romania – the following counties are classified as risk areas:
o Alba (since 30 September)
o Bacău (since 12 August)
o Bihor (since 7 August)
o Brăila (since 12 August)
o Brașov (since 12 August)
o București (since 12 August)
o Caras Severin (since 16 September)
o Cluj (since 30 September)
o Covasna (since 23 September)
o Neamt (since 16 September)
o Iasi (since 9 September)
o Ilfov (since 12 August)
o Prahova (since 12 August)
o Vâlcea (since 20 August)
• Vaslui (since 12 August)Russian Federation (since 15 June)
• São Tomé and Príncipe (since 16 June)
• Saudi Arabia (since 15 June)
• Senegal (since 15 June)
• Serbia (since 15 June)
• Sierra Leone (since 15 June)
• Slovenia – the following regions are classified as risk areas:
o Koroska (since 30 September)
o Primorsko-notranjska (since 23 September)
• Somalia (since 15 June)
• South Africa (since 15 June)
• South Sudan (since 15 June)
• Spain –the whole of Spain, including Canary Islands (since 2 September)
• Sudan (since 15 June)
• Suriname (since 15 June)
• Switzerland – the following cantons are considered risk areas:
o Geneva (since 9 September)
o Vaud (since 9 September)
• Syrian Arab Republic (since 15 June)
• Tajikistan (since 15 June)
• Tanzania (since 15 June)
• Timor Leste (East Timor) (since 17 June)
• Togo (since 15 June)
• Trinidad and Tobago (since 15 June)
• Turkey (since 15 June)
• Turkmenistan (since 17 June)
• United Arab Emirates (since 23 September)
• United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland – the following regions and nations are currently classified as a risk areas:
o Northern Ireland (since 30 September)
o Wales (since 30 September)
o the British Overseas Territory Gibraltar (since 26 August)
• Ukraine (since 15 June)
• USA (since 3 July; only specific states were classified as risk areas before)
• Uzbekistan (since 15 June)
• Venezuela (since 15 June)
• Yemen (since 15 June)
• Zambia (since 15 June)
• Zimbabwe (since 15 June)

(Foto: Urlaub machen, Herbstferien, aber wo ©2020 Alexas_Fotos auf Pixabay)

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