As coronavirus infection rates continue to fall around the UK, the devolved nations are gradually easing lockdown restrictions to enable a staggered return to normality.
Each of the four nations’ timetables are different, meaning travel between them depends on two sets of rules.
Wales has been the frontrunner when it comes to opening up domestic travel, although only for Welsh residents – but this is set to change over the next few weeks.
Here’s everything we know so far about holidaying in Wales.
Can I holiday within Wales?
Yes. Wales was the first of the devolved nations to allow holidays to take place for residents in time for Easter. If you live in Wales, you can travel without restrictions within the country and stay overnight at self-contained accommodation, such as a holiday cottage or campsite, with those in your household.
However, outdoor attractions and outdoor hospitality venues (including cafes, pubs and restaurants) won’t be allowed to reopen until 26 April. For those looking to stay with other households, they will likely have to wait until 10 May, the earliest date from which separate families will be able to meet indoors, with extended households able to form between two households…