If you love piña coladas and don’t get caught in the rain, you may need a long-awaited vacation.
The good news is that seven countries are about to be added to the Green List, making it much easier to jump on the plane and get your dose of sunshine.
That being said, other countries still have their own guidelines in place, so being on the UK’s green list does not guarantee that the holidays will be completely straightforward.
With that in mind, here are ten countries that don’t require quarantine if you’re double-bitten. Pack those bags: your hassle-free vacation awaits.
Croatia’s turquoise seas and sunny towns are enough to tempt anyone for a visit. Fortunately, it is now very easy to get there.
Regardless of vaccine status, Britons traveling to Croatia only need to test negative for Covid. This can be either a negative COVID-19 antigen test, which should not be older than 48 hours, or a negative PCR test, which must not be more than 72 hours old. arrival.
From sleek urban cool to a pretty box of chocolate, there is something for everyone in Germany.
As long as you are fully vaccinated, entry requirements are straightforward. Those who are double-bitten simply need to complete the digital registration before departure and present a negative Covid test with the same specifications as above.
For those who need a change of scenery, the landscapes are no more spectacular than Iceland.
If you can show that you have been fully vaccinated against Covid or that you have recovered from a previous infection, you are allowed entry. Otherwise, travel is limited to people with essential reasons to visit.
An overlooked gem teeming with lush forests and wonderfully swimming lakes, Slovenia is a welcome addition to the Green List.
Entry again extends to those who have proof of a full vaccination or recovery from a previous Covid infection.
There is a lot to discover in Slovakia, a country known for its rich mix of history and nature.
If you are fully vaccinated, all you need to do is fill out a form and test negative when you arrive.
If you fancy taking a dip in a turquoise sea or strolling through an ancient city, you are in luck.
Traveling to Malta is as simple as having both vaccines, while accompanying the children only has to present a negative Covid test.
Gibraltar is home to Europe’s only wild ape population – and if that’s not reason enough to visit, we don’t know what it is.
As the UK is also on Gibraltar’s Green List, anyone who has suffered a double stroke only needs to take a negative lateral flow test to enter the country without quarantine.
Turks and Caicos Islands
The only Caribbean destination on this list, Turks and Caicos Islands will be a tempting option for anyone hoping to get a good dose of summer sunshine.
And if that wasn’t already inviting enough, the only entry requirement is a negative Covid test.
Home to wide beaches and sprawling forests, you will only need a negative Covid test to enter Latvia.
For a country full of history, Romania is another great option.
As long as you have proof of double vaccination or recovery from a previous Covid infection, you will not need to quarantine.