Pubs are now open and domestic holidays are back on, so Londoners now have more to do than they have all year.
Unfortunately, it is still illegal for UK citizens to travel abroad for holidays.
In England, travellers must have a permitted reason to go abroad or be a resident of the country they’re intending to travel to.
Some countries have additional restrictions at borders, including mandatory testing, quarantining and documentation requirements.
We checked the latest Foreign And Commonwealth Development Office (FCDO) advice for Zante, Kavos, Ibiza, Aiya Napa and Magaluf.
As it stands, FDCO advises against all but essential travel to Greece, although this does not include Rhodes, Kos, Zakynthos, Corfu and Crete.
UK nationals are allowed to enter Greece, even if they live in Australia, New Zealand, South Korea, Thailand, Rwanda, Singapore, United Arab Emirates, Russian Federation and Israel.
If you are a UK national who doesn’t live in any of these countries then you will likely be denied entry.
All arrivals in Greece must complete a Passenger Locator form (PLF) and present…