Where can I go on holiday?
Here we look at which destinations are currently open for travel for UK holidaymakers, so you can plan your summer or autumn escape.
Amber- and green-list holidays
Following the opening of international travel on 17th May, the UK government has set out a new traffic light system based on Covid-19 risk levels, with each destination given a status of green, amber or red. Find out how it all works with our guide, which outlines what each level means and the things you'll need to consider when planning your Scandinavia holiday. Details on this as well as a host of other useful travel information can be found via the travel information hub, which you'll also find below.
Where can I travel to now?
If, like us, you're also hoping to head overseas this summer or autumn, then you'll be delighted to know that, along with Iceland, there will, from 19th July 2021, be some more of our favourite Scandinavian and Nordic destinations open for fully vaccinated travellers. We'll keep this page up to date so you can start to plan your holiday to the region with confidence.
Remote and isolated, Iceland is a snowflake away from the Arctic Circle, surrounded on all sides by the swells of the Atlantic. A geological marvel of bubbling volcanic landscapes and spectacular Northern Lights displays, it's year-round beauty is impossible to ignore.
Greenland may be tiny in numbers but its landscapes pack a big punch. Greenland is rarely on a seasoned traveller's radar, but once they delve into its glacier-dotted fjords, world-famous ice sheets and quaint historic villages, they're often stunned.
The smallest country in Scandinavia, Denmark is spread across hundreds of islands wedged between northern Germany and the Scandinavian Peninsula.
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.