BRITS can officially go back on holiday from today without having to quarantine in England.
Last week, the government announced the full list of air bridge countries which would allow holidaymakers to visit without spending two weeks in isolation on their return.
The new rules come into place from today, while the travel ban for the air bridge destinations was lifted on July 4.
While Brits returning from these countries will be able to skip the 14-day quarantine, it should be noted that there may still be travel bans or quarantine restrictions in those countries.
Countries including Greece has been included on the the list, despite the country extending its ban on UK flights until July 15, while New Zealand is still not letting Brits in.
The US is not expected to form any travel agreements with the UK until at least November.
The rules are also slightly different in Scotland, with the current air bridge plans not including Spain and Serbia on the list.
The Foreign Office will also maintain the ban on all non-essential travel to destinations not included on the travel list.
Here is the latest travel advice for some of the countries now part of the air bridge agreement with the UK, as well as what to expect from a holiday there and the best bargain deals.
Brits may still have to quarantine in France, with the country having a voluntary 14-day self-isolation period for anyone entering the country – although this could be lifted for when the UK quarantine ends.
Attractions including the Eiffel Tower have reopened, while the Louvre will follow suit from July 6 – face masks are mandatory in any public spaces including public transport, museums and attractions, and restaurants and bars.
Brits have already returned to Spain, with the country ending their two-week quarantine regulation last month.
However, regions including Barcelona and the Balearic Islands have enforced face masks in all public spaces.
Italy also lowered its quarantine rules for EU tourists, including Brits, last month.
A number of locations are offering free or reduced price holidays across the country, such as Sicily and Molise, while Brits were welcomed back last month.
Germany has no quarantine restrictions for Brits entering the country.
The country has been forced to lockdown several regions after a spike in coronavirus cases with fines for anyone without masks.
Brits won’t need to quarantine when travelling to Turkey.
Turkey’s UK ambassador Umit Yalcin has pressed that Turkey is safe for Brits to return as Turkish Airlines resumes flights from London Gatwick to Antalya.