As summer approaches, many countries are easing their Covid travel restrictions and welcoming back tourists.
Most countries currently have travel restrictions in place such as needing proof of vaccination or a negative Covid test result.
But many popular hotspots have scrapped their rules entirely, including Greece, Croatia, Mexico and Iceland.
While you may still be subject to regular restrictions such as tourist visas in some destinations, you won’t need to show proof of vaccination or a negative PCR or antigen test result if you want to visit for a holiday.
Meanwhile, the UK has also scrapped its rules meaning you won’t need any tests, proof of vaccination or passenger locator forms when you return.
If you are heading on holiday, you’ll want to check your passport as early as possible.
If you’re heading to Europe you’ll want to avoid getting caught out by post Brexit rules at popular hotspots like Portugal, France and Spain.
Under the rules, your passport needs to be no more than 10 years old from the point of issue and it also needs to be valid at least three months after your date of travel.
The confusing rules led to the Foreign Office updating its advice for 33 countries earlier this month.
Here are all the countries you can travel to with no Covid rules…
Full list of 32 countries with no Covid restrictions
Travel restrictions can change quickly due to the nature of the pandemic. Always check the latest Foreign Office travel advice for a destination before booking or going on a trip abroad.
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