For the latest country-specific information about entry requirements, please visit the UK Foreign & Commonwealth Office travel advice pageor the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade in the Republic of Ireland.
As per the government announcement on May 7th, international leisure travel can resume gradually as of May 17th using the new traffic light system.
Nevertheless, UK domestic travel is already allowed, with self-contained holidays within the UK open from April 12th and hotels reopening from May 17th.
The government has announced a list of green list countries that do not require travellers to quarantine on return to England. This includes destinations such as Gibraltar, Iceland, Portugal, Singapore, Australia and New Zealand. The full list can be found here.
The map below shows the list of countries that travellers can visit, however this information is subject to change and you should always check the latest FCDO travel advice before booking.
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