The Foreign Office has revealed an update on some of the most popular, in demand holiday destinations.
As lockdown restrictions ease across the UK, there are still strict rules when it comes to travelling abroad.
A traffic light system will determine which country has which restrictions assigned to them, and under the government roadmap, Brits should be allowed to travel abroad from May 17 at the earliest.
People arriving in the UK from a “green” country will not be required to self-isolate, but those entering from an “amber” destination must quarantine for 10 days.
Existing rules for arrivals from “red” locations will continue, including the mandatory stay in a quarantine hotel.
Here are the latest travel rules, according to the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO) for some of the most popular holiday destinations:
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