Holidays to green list countries
With the UK government's green list announced, we'll be keeping track of the destinations currently open for travel, helping you plan your holiday for this summer and beyond.
What is the travel green list?
With a return to international travel on 17th May, the UK government has set out a new traffic light system based on Covid-19 risk levels, with each destination given a status of green, amber or red. Find out how it all works with our simplified guide, which outlines what each level means and what you need to consider when planning your holiday. Details on this as well as a host of other useful travel information can be found via the travel information hub below.
Where can I go on holiday?
With the announcement of the green list on 7th May, we now know the first destinations open for summer travel. And, with countries including Portugal and Iceland making the cut, there are certainly some exciting options. You can find details of these destinations below and we'll keep this page up to date so you can start to plan your holiday abroad with confidence.
Iceland holidays literally burst with natural attractions; active volcanoes, geysers and thermal pools hint at the explosive force here whilst great glaciers continue to carve and sculpt the dramatic landscape and the Northern Lights put on a surreal show in the skies above.
Gibraltar is a curious corner of the United Kingdom, looming off the coast of Spain. Resolutely British, the Rock as it's known, is an amazing amalgam of influences and cultural associations, with residents speaking both English and Spanish. Speak to our Gibraltar specialists today.
Explore the hidden corners of our spectacular home, taking in historic cities, dramatic coastlines and magnificent national parks on everything from luxury rail journeys to luxurious cruises.
A curated collection of informative articles, designed to help you plan ahead for a return to international travel.