Holidays: Where can you travel to? Full list of countries open after UK flights banned

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The travel corridor list already serves to restrict travel as, if you travel to any country absent from the list, you have to quarantine for 10 days.

So where is actually left? has rounded up the countries that are still open to Britons and on the travel corridor list and looked into the latest travel advice.

It’s worth noting, though, that while some are technically open to UK tourists, a number of restrictions are still in place that could make travel very hard indeed.

Countries you can travel to now

Antigua and Barbuda

Coronavirus test required.

Quarantine rules are in place, but the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO) explains: “In practice, tourists arriving from outside the region’s “travel bubble” (see below) with pre-booked hotel accommodation from the Government of Antigua and Barbuda’s Approved List will normally be permitted to travel to their accommodation after screening and be allowed to move around the country providing they adhere to local social distancing measures


Coronavirus test required.

You must get approval to travel to Aruba through the Embarkation/Disembarkation card online before arrival.


Coronavirus test required.

The FCDO said: “On arrival, you will be required to quarantine at government-approved facilities (a designated holding hotel or approved villa at your own expense, or a government facility free of charge), and undertake a further test four to five days after the first accepted negative test. If this second test is negative you will no longer be subject to quarantine.”


Coronavirus test required.

Visitors from the UK will need to apply for Travel Authorisation


Coronavirus test required.

READ MORE: Canary Islands: FCDO travel advice for Tenerife & Lanzarote

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