Vaccination for Europe Vaccination for Europe

Planning a trip to Europe? Visiting new countries can expose you to various illnesses, but travel vaccines are one way to protect yourself. You should pay a visit to us at The Travel Clinic, here in London. We offer various range of vaccines, so all our customers are well protected against all diseases that one needs protection from while you work or during your holiday in Europe.

What Are Travel Vaccines?

Travel vaccines are shots that travellers can get before visiting certain areas of the world that help protect them from serious illnesses. They are safe, effective ways to help protect you on your travels.  Travel vaccines protect you in areas where there is a high risk of contracting certain illnesses.

How do travel vaccines work?

Travel vaccines expose your body to germs or parts of germs of the disease it will protect against. The body makes antibodies that will protect you if you are exposed to the disease in the future. Routine vaccines are the standard immunisations recommended in the UK. Recommended vaccines also help prevent the spread of diseases from one country to another.

Visit any of our travel clinics today.  Our vaccinations will ensure you are protected and healthy from diseases throughout your trip. All you need to do is as easy as booking an appointment with us or visit any of our clinics. Our team of professionals will ensure you have one of the best private health services in and around  London.

What Travel Vaccines Will You Need For Europe?

Some standard vaccinations apply for any travel into a European country. Beyond that, the vaccinations you need will depend greatly on what area or country you’re travelling to. There are various diseases that you could be susceptible to, so you need to have travel vaccines for at least one of the following:

  • Hepatitis A
  • Hepatitis B
  • Polio
  • Rabies
  • Tetanus
  • Diphtheria
  • Typhoid

There are 44 countries in Europe. For our client’s convenience, each of these countries is split into groups. The vaccines needed by you depend on what country you plan on travelling to.

European Vaccines By Group


Bosnia and Herzegovina,  Croatia, Belarus,  Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Macedonia, Moldova, Romania, Russia, Slovakia, Poland, Slovenia, Ukraine, Yugoslavia.

Mandatory Vaccines include:

Hepatitis A, Polio, and Tetanus. For a long term stay, we also recommend vaccines for Diphtheria, Rabies and Hepatitis B.

Group B

Andorra, Austria, Belgium, Cyprus, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Lichtenstein, Malta, Monaco Netherlands Norway, Portugal (including Madeira and that the Azores), San Marino Spain (including the Canaries), Sweden, Switzerland.

Recommend Vaccines:


Group C


Mandatory Vaccines

Hepatitis A, Polio, Tetanus and Typhoid. For long term stay, you will require vaccines to fit Diphtheria, Hepatitis B and Rabies.

Group D


Mandatory Vaccines

Hepatitis A and Tetanus. Certification would be required if entering from a country that has endemic status. Whether or not you may need one or more of these vaccines depends on various factors. You can book an appointment or visit any of our walk-in clinics.

Duration to get a travel vaccination?

Series of shots have to be given for some travel vaccines over days or several weeks. Some other vaccines take time to work. Our medical experts recommend meeting with a travel health provider for 4 to 6 weeks, so you get all the needed travel vaccinations before your trip.

So book a visit with us, or walk into any of our clinics ahead of your trip. Visit us or give us a call to discuss the Europeans vaccinations we offer.

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