Travel information centre
Welcome to our travel information centre, where you'll find a collection of informative articles, designed to help you plan ahead for a return to international travel.
As we begin to travel abroad again, we thought we'd share some informative guidance on the important things to consider when planning your time away, from the ins and outs of PCR testing to passport renewal and travelling to Europe now the UK has left the European Union.
UK entry requirements
Since the reopening of international travel in May, the UK government has used a traffic light system based on Covid-19 risk levels, with each destination given a status of green, amber or red. From 4th October, this system is being simplified, removing green and amber lists to leave just a red list, for destinations where FCDO advises against all but essential travel, and the rest of the world. You can find details of the UK's entry requirements below. And remember, always check the entry requirements of your chosen destination prior to travel.
An integral part of travel, at least in the short term, a COVID-19 will be required not only when you return to the UK, but will also be a likely requirement for many international destinations. Below, you'll find information on PCR testing specifically, as well as how you go about getting one and how much they're likely to cost.
As the world opens up, it's vital to be well prepared. Be sure to check the validity of your passport and, if you need to renew it, allow plenty of time. You can renew your passport online here.
For the latest on all this and more, browse the articles below, then give the team a call to start planning your luxury post-lockdown adventure.
Requirements for entering England from 4th October
A roundup of entry requirements to the UK for fully vaccinated and unvaccinated travellers from 4th October 2021.
Requirements for entering the UK up to 3rd October
A roundup of entry requirements to the UK from green, amber and red-list countries, for fully vaccinated and unvaccinated travellers up to 3rd October 2021.
PCR testing: What does it mean for my holiday?
From what they are to how to get one, we look at the ins and outs of PCR testing and how it will affect your short-term travel plans.
Your guide to post-Brexit travel
Your travel-related Brexit questions answered. An overview of what travel will look like following the UK's departure from the European Union.
Our Flexibility Promise
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