NOW that the government has eased travel regulations for Britons returning to the UK, there is a surge in interest in overseas holidays.
But which countries will allow tourists without any costly Covid restrictions?
If you’re visiting a country that doesn’t require an entrance test, you can do the entire trip without a single Covid test.
We’ve rounded up countries that don’t require any additional testing from vaccinated Britons, so if you’re vaccinated and boosted you can join in without a hassle any.
To enter Croatia, Britons only need to prove that they have been vaccinated under the age of one.
Children under 12 are exempt if their parents or guardians are vaccinated.
Britons need to have both a vaccine and a booster to enter the Czech Republic without any tests.
Your last dose must be used more than 14 days before travelling.
If you’ve had two stabs but no boosters then you’ll need proof of a negative pre-departure test to participate.
Egypt is a popular choice for Britons hoping to enjoy some winter sunshine while avoiding a long haul flight.
British double-stabbed can fly to Egypt without any further checks.
Children under the age of six are exempt.
Germany lifts UK travel ban on January 4th – just a few weeks after it was introduced.
Now Britons aged six and over can enter Germany if they are vaccinated, as long as the second shot was given more than 14 days earlier.
Vaccinated Britons can enter Hungary without a negative Covid test.
Unvaccinated persons under 18 years of age can enter Hungary if they are accompanied by a vaccinated adult.
Vaccinated Britons do not need to provide proof of a negative Covid test to enter Lithuania.
But unvaccinated Britons are required to show proof of a negative test result and self-isolate for 10 days upon arrival.
Most Britons visiting Malta do not need a Covid test if they have been vaccinated.
However, unvaccinated children aged five to 11 years old need to have a Covid test for admission if they are accompanied by a vaccinated adult.
Children under the age of five do not need to be tested.
Mexico is a great destination if you’re looking to bask in the winter sunshine, with temperatures in Cancun reaching a whopping 32.2 degrees Celsius in February.
Vaccinated Britons don’t need to take a Covid test for entry, so if you want to weather the hot weather, you can.
Vaccinated Britons can enter Slovenia without any further Covid tests.
Guests must fill out a passenger locator form 24 hours prior to arrival.
Britons visiting the popular tourist destination of Spain can enter if they are fully vaccinated.
Be warned, some Spanish islands have strict Covid regulations, so make sure you’re up to date before you arrive.
If you are fully vaccinated, you can enter Turkey without testing or quarantine.
All arrivals to Turkey will be medically assessed for Covid symptoms and may be subjected to random PCR testing.
Here are other countries Britons can enter without being tested for Covid:
- Costa Rica
- Dominican Republic
- El Salvador
- Faroe Islands
- North Macedonia
- San Marino
- Sint Maarten
Earlier this month, the government pre-departure tests removed for Britons back home – saving families hundreds of pounds on their holidays.
And now, Boris Johnson has hinted Day 2 tests can also be skipped within a few days, which means Britons will not need to test or self-isolate when they return home.
We have rounded Entry requirements for several other popular UK holiday destinations.
And these are the 38 UK countries are banned from entering due to the Covid rules.
https://www.thesun.ie/travel/8238057/travel-countries-holiday-covid-test/ All the countries that Britons can enter without any Covid test