A guide to countries that UK tourists can now visit, in light of the government’s updated travel corridor list
From 10 July, UK nationals can take holidays to a select number of countries, without facing quarantine on return. However, despite the government’s long list of exempt countries and territories, only a limited number will allow Britons in without restrictions on arrival. Currently, this is 27 – out of the government’s list of 78.
Many of the destinations on the list still have their own restrictions in place, including testing, quarantine procedures and outright bans on tourists. Australia and New Zealand’s borders remain closed to international tourists; and Austria, Cyprus and Japan have restrictions on countries that have seen high levels of coronavirus, including the UK. Spain, Portugal and Luxembourg are currently omitted from the government’s list.
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