Where can I go? Countries UK holidaymakers can travel to without restriction

Sumary of Where can I go? Countries UK holidaymakers can travel to without restriction:

  • The number of countries that travellers can visit from the UK without any restrictions has risen after transport secretary Grant Shapps added the Canaries, Denmark, Mykonos and the Maldives to the travel corridor list on 22 October..
  • Sweden, Greece and Gibraltar remain on the travel corridor list but the German government is requiring travellers from anywhere in the UK to quarantine for 14 days on entering Germany, as of 11.01 on 23 October..
  • The UK Foreign Office travel advice states “those who can provide evidence of a negative test taken in a European Union member state or a state with comparable quality standards less than 48 hours prior to arrival may be exempted from the requirement to quarantine.”.
  • Although Denmark has been added to the UK green list, the Danish government has banned UK travellers “without a worthy purpose”..
  • Italy was removed from England travel corridor on 15 October, meaning travellers from the countryhave to quarantine for 14 days on their return to the UK..
  • Italy new rules also require visitors from the UK and other countries to provide evidence of a negative Covid test taken 72 hours before travel..
  • Countries and territories with no current restrictions (such as testing or quarantine) where UK nationals can now go on holiday Canary IslandsPassengers have to provide contact information and any history of exposure to COVID-19 48 hours prior to travel..
  • The following countries also appear on the government travel corridor list (arrivals to the UK from here face no quarantine)..
  • Although travellers will not face quarantine on return to the UK if borders open, the FCO still advises against all but essential travel..
  • BermudaA pre-travel online authorisation process is required, including a $75 fee for each traveller, to cover the cost of testing on arrival..
  • British Antarctic TerritoryA permit is required to enter Antartica, obtained from the Polar Regions Department of the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO)..
  • Channel IslandsIn Jersey, evidence of a negative test is required in advance online, or tourists can test on arrival or self-isolate for 14 days..
  • CubaFrom 29 August Cuba is on the UK travel corridor list, however, tourists can only enter on international flights to visit following island destinations:.
  • CyprusTravellers from categories A or B (including the UK) are allowed to enter the county but will need to provide test results from no more than 72 hours before arrival, and complete a form online in advance..
  • DominicaTourists must provide negative test results taken no more than 72 hours before arrival, and must also complete an online questionnaire..
  • Falkland IslandsAlthough travellers will not face quarantine on return to the UK if borders open, the FCO still advises against all but essential travel..
  • This is defined as travellers keeping distance from people other than those they have travelled with, while being permitted to leave their accommodation to go food shopping or for walks/hikes..
  • If the result is negative the trip can proceed as planned or, if positive, the traveller will be contacted by the health authorities about treatment and isolation measures….

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