As the vaccination list continues and UK locksmith measures begin to wane, holidays abroad are on many people’s minds.
As international travel restrictions are still in effect, overseas vacations can be seen soon.
Under current government-related restrictions 19, those in the UK must stay at home and it is illegal to go abroad for holidays or pleasure.
The rules prohibiting nonessential foreign travel are expected to remain in effect until at least May 17.
You should not travel if you do not have one The legally permissible reason to do so.
These include essential work, education, funerals, or compassionate medical causes.
But, for those with a valid reason to travel, here is the latest travel tip for holiday islands in Spain, Greece, Italy, and Croatia.
The UK Foreign Office, Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO) currently advises against all trips to Spain except essential ones.
This includes the Balearic Islands, but excludes the Canary Islands.
But traveling to the Canary Islands for vacation reasons is illegal.
The travel restrictions, introduced by the Spanish authorities on December 22, 2020, remain in effect until at least March 16, 2020, which means that you will not be able to travel to Spain unless you are a Spanish or Andorran citizen or a resident. legal.
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But the Spanish government has formally confirmed that UK citizens who have legally resided in Spain before January 1, 2021 can present documents other than the EU residence certificate to prove their residence status when entering Spain.
If you are traveling to Spain for a formal purpose, you must complete a health control form 48 hours before arrival, which will prove a negative result of the PCR test.
When you come to Spain, you will have to undergo a visual health check and a temperature test.
Yesterday (March 10) it was announced that Spain could start allowing tourists to return to the country starting in May with vaccinated passports.
The FCDO advises against traveling to the islands of Rhodes, Kos, Zakinthos, Corbu and Crete against anything but essential travel to the Greek mainland.
Unless you have a valid reason, it is still illegal to travel to these islands under current UK blocking rules.
British citizens can enter Greece if they are permanent residents of the UK, but if they are British citizens living in another country, they can be denied entry.
Passengers must complete the locate form at least 24 hours prior to departure, or they may be fined and denied entry.
Visitors must also provide proof of a negative Govt-19 test taken within 72 hours of arrival.
In good news for promising tourists, the Greek government announced yesterday that the country welcomes tourists again. As of May 14, the vaccine will not require a passport.
Tourists must show evidence of a negative Govt-19 test taken before the flight.
The current guideline only allows essential travel to all of Italy based on the Covit-19 risk assessment.
This includes the islands of Sicily, Sardinia, and Capri.
From March 6 to April 6, entry to Italy is restricted to residents or those with absolute needs, including emergency work, health needs, or research needs.
If you want to fly for essential reasons, you must present the aircraft with a negative voc test that takes no more than 72 hours to enter the country.
You will also do a test at the airport and you will have to isolate yourself for 14 days regardless of the result.
UK citizens traveling from the UK to Croatia or any other non-EU / EEA country are currently not allowed to enter the country. These restrictions will remain in effect until March 15.
Limited exceptions apply, and if you are traveling for essential purposes, you must have a negative PCR test 48 hours before arriving in the country.
Travelers from the UK must also be isolated for 14 days.
Croatia recently announced a new remote work visa introduction, Brits will be able to stay up to 12 months if they work abroad once the country reopens.
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