Updated 23rd May | 10:30
If you have booked a holiday, or are planning one soon, please follow the link for the country you’re travelling to below.
We also recommend visiting the FCDO website for the latest information on your destination. You can also sign up for FCDO travel advice email alerts, so you automatically receive the latest travel advice updates.
KEY THINGS TO NOTE:
- All vaccinated travellers and children under 12 years of age can go to most of our destinations without testing (current exceptions: for entry to Italy only children under 6 years of age are not required to test). It is anticipated that Italy will align with all other EU destinations very soon.
- Unvaccinated or not fully vaccinated travellers 12 years of age and over can travel to the following destinations if they comply with the entry requirement(s):
- France – a negative PCR test (72 hours old) or a negative antigen test (48 hours old)
- Spain – proof of recovery within last six months
- Italy - negative test or proof of recovery in last six months (applies to anyone aged six years and above)
- Netherlands - proof of recovery within the last 180 days (and more than 11 days ago). Unvaccinated children aged 12-17 years can enter if travelling with fully vaccinated adults.
- Austria - all covid entry requirements have been lifted
- Croatia - all covid entry requirements and restrictions have been lifted
- Switzerland – all covid entry requirements and restrictions have been lifted
- Luxembourg – negative test or proof of recovery in last six months
- Some destinations no longer require the EU Passenger Locator Form (PLF) or similar form to be completed and submitted before your holiday. Please check the individual country requirements.
- On holiday, vaccinated travellers can enjoy all hospitality venues without restrictions. Those who are unvaccinated/not fully vaccinated can do the same in France but may need to test or prove recovery for other destinations. There may still be local advice to wear masks on public transport and in some public spaces.
- It is no longer a requirement to complete a Passenger Locator Form (PLF) on return to the UK.
- Testing requirements for non-vaccinated travellers returning to the UK have been dropped.