Top holiday destinations – are they easy to get to?

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    countryTravel approved by the Foreign Office?No quarantine on return to the UK?UK arrivals allowed?Can I go without quarantine upon arrival?Can I do without a Covid test? (1)What if the test is positive?Spain✘✘ (The ban is due to be lifted on February 16. Visitors must fill out the health form online / via the app and receive the QR code that will be displayed upon arrival.)(Must provide evidence of a negative test taken within 72 hours of arrival)Referral to a healthcare professionalDo i have to wear a mask? Yes, from 6 years of age, in all public places and by public transport. The specifics vary depending on the region.France (2)✘✘(Air / sea arrivals are required to provide an affidavit not confirming any symptoms.)✘✘ (A test must be carried out after seven days of quarantine. The quarantine can be ended if the test is negative.)TBCDo i have to wear a mask? Yes, in all closed public places (e.g. shops, museums, restaurants, public transport) and rental cars as well as in all public places outdoors in Paris and the surrounding area from 11 years of age (€ 135 fine, if not). When flying with French airlines, masks must be disposable, not fabric. United States✘✘✘✘N / AN / ADo i have to wear a mask? Varies by city and state (sometimes even by business).Italy✘✘✘ (Must fill out a self-declaration form prior to arrival. For Sardinia, travel must be registered online at least 48 hours prior to arrival.)✘ (14-day quarantine if arriving from anywhere in the UK)✘ (Sardinia and mainland: you must provide evidence of a negative test result on arrival or take a test there.)Quarantine until two negative test results are recordedDo i have to wear a mask? Yes, in all interiors and Outdoor public areas including shops, restaurants, and transportation.Germany✘✘✘✘ (14-day quarantine if arriving from anywhere in the UK)✘ (must be able to provide evidence of a negative test on Beginning the trip)N / ADo i have to wear a mask? Yes, in shops and on public transport from the age of 6, but check regional differences. € 25 to € 150 fine depending on the region. Greece (except some islands)✘(must complete the passenger search form at least 24 hours prior to arrival)✘✘ (Must provide proof of a negative test if arriving by plane and must undergo a quick test on arrival) Quarantine for at least 14 days, followed by another test. (Only 7 days if the test is negative)Do i have to wear a mask? Yes, you must wear a mask in public transport, taxis, shops, elevators and supermarkets. Some regions require masks in all indoor spaces and outdoor public spaces. Please see below for more information on the rules for visiting Greece.

    Portugal

    (Mainland)

    ✘✘ (Must be quarantined in government provided accommodation for 10 days)✘ (Except for essential reasons. Must complete the passenger search form prior to arrival)

    (must provide evidence of a negative test on Beginning the trip. You may also need to take a test upon arrival.)

    Quarantine in your own accommodation until the test results are known

    Do i have to wear a mask? Yes, by public transport, in shops, museums and leisure rooms as well as in restaurants if you are 10 years of age or older (fine 120 to 500 euros if not). The Netherlands✘✘✘ (must complete the health declaration form before leaving the UK)✘ (10-day quarantine)✘ (must provide evidence of a negative test)N / ADo i have to wear a mask? Yes, by public transport from 13 years of age, in taxis and buses (€ 95 fine if not). Turkey✘✘✘ (must complete the passenger search form prior to arrival)✘ (14-day quarantine)May be (medical examination for everyone at the airport, test if you have any symptoms)Referral to a private hospitalDo i have to wear a mask? Yes, in crowded public places and shops as well as on public transport. Many areas including Istanbul and Bodrum require masks outside the home / hotel at all times (900 lira ok if not).Croatia✘✘✘ (recommends filling out the online form in advance and bringing proof of accommodation)N / ADo i have to wear a mask? Yes, by public transport, in taxis and in shops.United Arab Emirates✘✘ (but can just entering via Dubai) ✘✘ (must provide proof of a negative test result on arrival, but can also be asked to take a test there)TBCDo i have to wear a mask? Yes, in public places (can be removed for eating and drinking) if you are 6 years old or older.Canada✘✘✘✘N / AN / ADo i have to wear a mask? Yes, in public places and on public transport; Other requirements vary depending on the province.Austria✘✘✘ (Ban until at least February 7th)✘ (Not mandatory, but you can take a self-financed test five days after arrival. If this is negative, the quarantine will be canceled.)TBCDo i have to wear a mask? Yes, in shops and on public transport.Switzerland✘✘✘✘N / ADo i have to wear a mask? Yes, in public spaces, including shops, museums, cinemas, markets and public transport from the age of 12 (fine of up to CHF 10,000, if not).Australia✘✘✘✘✘ (Must provide proof of negative test prior to arrival. Health screening may be done at the airport.)TBCDo i have to wear a mask? Yes, but only in “Community Broadcast” locations and if you are over 12 years old ($ 200 fine if not). Check the local requirements.



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