Where can Brits go on holiday? Breakdown of holiday destinations and rules for arrivals from the UK

Where can Brits go on holiday? Breakdown of holiday destinations and rules for arrivals from the UK

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Each country has its own entry rules and just because they appear on the quarantine exempt list they may not reciprocate. In fact, only 25 or the 74 on the list do reciprocate.

So where can Brits go on holiday. Here is a breakdown of holiday destinations and what rules they have in place for arrivals from the UK:

Andorra: No entry at all for arrivals from Britain

Antigua and Barbuda: Travellers without dual-nationality and who have a particular travel history will not be allowed to enter

Aruba: Quarantine-free travel for arrivals from Britain

Australia: UK arrivals must quarantine for 14 days

Austria: UK arrivals must quarantine for 14 days unless a test proves they are negative

Bahamas:  Arrivals must be able to show they have tested negative for coronavirus or they will not be able to enter

Barbados: Arrivals from Britain must remain quarantined as they await coronavirus test results (a test is compulsory)

Belgium: Quarantine-free travel for arrivals from Britain

Bonaire, Sint Eustatius and Saba: Borders are shut – no-one can enter

Croatia: Quarantine-free travel for arrivals from Britain

Curaao: No entry at all for arrivals from Britain

Cyprus: A ban is in place on anyone who has travelled to the UK in the last 14 days

Czech Republic: Quarantine-free travel for arrivals from Britain

Denmark: Quarantine-free travel for arrivals from Britain

Dominica: No entry at all for arrivals from Britain

Faroe Islands: Anyone arriving from the UK will be given a Covid-19 test when they arrive

Fiji: No entry at all for arrivals from Britain

Finland: No entry at all for arrivals from Britain

Guadeloupe: Arrivals will be screened and may need to quarantine

Hong Kong: Arrivals from Britain could be made to quarantine for 14-days

Hungary: No entry at all for arrivals from Britain

Iceland:  Pay for a test or self-isolate for 14 days. Neither applies to children.

Italy: Quarantine-free travel for arrivals from Britain

Jamaica: All arrivals are tested for coronavirus. Those with positive results will be isolated

Japan: No entry at all for arrivals from Britain

Liechtenstein: Quarantine-free travel for arrivals from Britain

Lithuania: Arrivals from Britain must quarantine for 14 days

Luxembourg: No entry at all for arrivals from Britain

Macau: No entry at all for arrivals from Britain

Malta: No entry at all for arrivals from Britain

Mauritius: No entry at all for arrivals from Britain

Monaco: No entry at all for arrivals from Britain

Netherlands: No entry at all for arrivals from Britain

New Caledonia: Travel certificate must be completed – limited flights

New Zealand: No entry at all for arrivals from Britain

Norway: No entry at all for arrivals from Britain

Poland: Quarantine-free travel for arrivals from Britain

San Marino: Quarantine-free travel for arrivals from Britain

Seychelles: No commercial flights

South Korea: Arrivals must be tested and quarantine for 14 days

St Barthlemy: Travel certificate

St Kitts and Nevis: Borders are closed

St Lucia: Borders are closed

St Pierre & Miquelon: Travel certificate

Spain: Quarantine-free travel for arrivals from Britain

Switzerland: No entry at all for arrivals from Britain

Taiwan: Arrivals from Britain must quarantine for 14 days

Trinidad and Tobago: Borders are closed

Turkey: All passengers arriving in Turkey will be subject to temperature checks. Passengers with temperature higher than 37.8C (100.4F) or showing any other symptoms of COVID-19, will be tested free of charge using a PCR test.

Vatican city: Quarantine-free travel for arrivals from Britain

Vietnam: Arrivals from Britain must quarantine for 14 days at least

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