If you’re tired of being cooped up in your home and missing travel, you are not alone. But the end of global lockdowns and travel restrictions appears to be in sight. Around the world, and in Europe specifically, many economies have begun opening back up and countries are phasing International travel back in.

Below, we take a look at some of the destinations and operators that have good news to share with travellers. Be sure to bookmark this page and check back often, as we will be updating it regularly with all the news you need to know!


Countries with no travel quarantine

A number of countries have been identified as posing a reduced risk to the public health of UK citizens, and some will not require arrivals from the UK to self-isolate. This will mean that holidaymakers travelling to and from certain destinations will not need to self-isolate on either leg of their journey.


Where can I travel to in Europe?

After weeks of lockdown, many European countries are opening their borders, with extra measures in place to ensure the health and well-being of tourists and locals alike. So before you pack your suitcases, here’s what you need to know for all your favourite destinations.


Which European airlines are flying again?

It’s been almost two months since European airlines stopped flying, but that has finally come to an end. In the coming weeks, operations will gradually reactivate, focusing initially on domestic flights and then moving on to include other European destinations as well. We take a look at the main European airlines and which ones have taken to the skies again.


When will easyJet flights resume?

easyJet has announced that a number of flights from 21 European airports will restart from 15 June. This includes many UK domestic routes, as well as routes in France, Switzerland, Portugal, and Spain.


When will Ryanair start flying again?

Ryanair intends to restore almost half of its European flying schedule in July, with one-way fares starting at €19.99 – including countries like Spain, Portugal, Italy, Greece, France, and others with tourism-based economies.


When will TUI cruises resume?

TUI’s 2020 holiday plans are set to begin in Germany towards the end of May, after the restrictions to contain the coronavirus have been lifted, with holidays to the Balearics, Canaries, Greece, and Cyprus, as well as cruises on the North Sea, set to resume first.


When will Portugal reopen to tourists?

Portugal will begin reopening to tourists from the beginning of June. Beaches, hotels, restaurants, museums, and coffee shops will all start reopening from the first week of June, but with strict social distancing guidelines in place.


Which European countries are not in lockdown?

Several European countries have announced that their lockdowns will be lifting soon, including Greece, Spain, Italy, and France. We have all the details you need you know.

 

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