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What are the travel rules for Spain, Portugal, Malta and other holiday hotspots?

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Mainland Portugal is on the amber travel list. Check the rules for returning home to England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.

Adults entering the UK from an amber-list country no longer have to quarantine, if they have been fully vaccinated by the NHS. Adults entering from the EU or the US do not have to quarantine if they have received a full EMA or FDA-recognised vaccination.

The quarantine requirement has also been lifted for all under-18s.

UK passengers will have to prove their vaccination status with either the NHS Co Pass in England or Wales, an NHS letter in Scotland, or Co certificate in Northern Ireland.

Everyone aged 11 or over will still have to take a private test within three days before returning, and two days after return (12s and over in Scotland). Children aged 5-10 will also need to test on day two of return.

If you return from an amber list country and are not fully vaccinated (and are aged 18+) you will need to quarantine at home for 10 days and take an extra PCR test eight days after you get back.

The Azores and Madeira are green list destinations (although Madeira is currently on the green watchlist, which means it may return to amber at short notice). You will not have to quarantine on your return, but you must pay for tests before your departure for the UK and two days after your return.

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Anyone aged 13 or over travelling to the Azores must:”,”expander_2_p2″:”- show a negative PCR test result or show proof of having recently recovered from Co”,”expander_2_p3″:”- complete a [local form](https://mysafeazores.com/)”,”expander_2_p4″:”- take extra Co tests if staying for more than a week”,”expander_2_p5″:”Check the [regional government’s website](https://destinoseguro.azores.gov.pt/?page_id=8908) for information.”,”expander_3_expander_title”:”Madeira entry requirements”,”expander_3_byline_image”:”https://c.files.bbci.co.uk/17956/production/_119289569_greenlist_icon-nc.png”,”expander_3_p1″:”Anyone aged 12 or over travelling to Madeira must complete and submit a [traveller questionnaire](https://madeirasafe.com/#/login).”,”expander_3_p2″:”You must also do one of the following:”,”expander_3_p3″:”- take a PCR test within 72 hours before travel and upload the result to the [traveller questionnaire](https://madeirasafe.com/#/login)”,”expander_3_p4″:”- prove you are fully vaccinated or have recently recovered from Co”,”expander_3_p5″:”The [NHS Co Pass](https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/coronavirus-co-19/co-pass/) (England and [Wales](https://gov.wales/get-nhs-co-pass-show-your-vaccination-status-travel)) can be used as eence of vaccination status.”,”expander_3_p6″:”If you live in [Scotland](https://www.nhsinform.scot/co19status), NHS letters will be accepted. There is a [Co certificate](https://www.nidirect.gov.uk/services/coronavirus-co-19-co-certificate-ni-residents) for Northern Ireland residents.”,”expander_3_p7″:”Expect to be health screened on arrival. You will be asked to show your proof of vaccination or negative test result.”,”expander_3_p8″:”Check [Madeira’s official tourist website](http://www.visitmadeira.pt/en-gb/homepage?AreaID=16) for more information.”,”expander_4_expander_title”:”Co rules in Portugal”,”expander_4_byline_image”:”https://c.files.bbci.co.uk/44BE/production/_119289571_mask_icon-nc.png”,”expander_4_p1″:”A number of restrictions are in place:”,”expander_4_p2″:”- keep a social distance of 2m (6ft)”,”expander_4_p3″:”- face masks must be worn in all enclosed spaces, and also outdoors where it is not possible to maintain social distance”,”expander_4_p4″:”- restaurants, bars and cafes must close by 02:00″,”expander_4_p5″:”- nightclubs can serve drinks, but no dancing is allowed”,”expander_4_p6″:”- drinking in public is only allowed while seated at a restaurant or cafe”,”expander_4_p7″:”- a maximum of eight people can eat together indoors in a restaurant (15 outdoors)”,”expander_4_p8″:”- hotels and other accommodation will probably require an NHS vaccination certificate or recent negative tests before check-in”,”expander_4_p9″:”- eating inside restaurants on weekends and public holidays, or attending some cultural events, may require proof of a recent negative Co test for over-12s or the EU Digital COVID Certificate”,”expander_4_p10″:”- public transport has limited occupancy”,”expander_4_p12″:”- cultural facilities are at 75% capacity “,”expander_4_p13″:”- beaches have one-way systems and sunshades/towels should be 3m (9ft) apart”,”expander_4_p14″:”- [check beach occupancy levels](https://infopraia.apambiente.pt/rules/) and avoid \”red\” or \”amber\” ones”,”expander_4_p15″:”- golf courses are open”,”expander_4_p16″:”[UK Foreign Office travel advice for Portugal](https://www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice/portugal)”,”expander_4_p17″:”The [Visit Portugal](https://www.visitportugal.com/en/content/co-19-measures-implemented-portugal) website has more information”,”expander_5_expander_title”:”Return to UK\n”,”expander_5_byline_image”:”https://c.files.bbci.co.uk/15246/production/_119289568_amberlist_icon-nc.png”,”expander_5_p1″:”Mainland Portugal is on the amber travel list. Check the rules for returning home to [England](https://www.gov.uk/guidance/red-amber-and-green-list-rules-for-entering-england#amber-list), [Scotland](https://www.gov.scot/publications/coronavirus-co-19-international-travel-quarantine/pages/overview/), [Wales](https://gov.wales/rules-foreign-travel-and-wales-coronavirus-co-19-html#section-48358) and [Northern Ireland](https://www.nidirect.gov.uk/articles/coronavirus-co-19-travelling-amber-country).”,”expander_5_p2″:”Adults entering the UK from an amber-list country no longer have to quarantine, if they have been fully vaccinated by the NHS. 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Children aged 5-10 will also need to test on day two of return.”,”expander_5_p6″:”If you return from an amber list country and are not fully vaccinated (and are aged 18+) you will need to quarantine at home for 10 days and take an extra PCR test eight days after you get back.”,”expander_5_p7″:”The Azores and Madeira are [green list destinations](https://www.gov.uk/guidance/red-amber-and-green-list-rules-for-entering-england#green-list) (although Madeira is currently on the green watchlist, which means it may return to amber at short notice). You will not have to quarantine on your return, but you must pay for tests before your departure for the UK and two days after your return.”,”accordion-list_2_list_title”:”Spain”,”expander_6_expander_title”:”Entry requirements”,”expander_6_default_state”:”Open”,”expander_6_byline_image”:”https://c.files.bbci.co.uk/3A15/production/_119296841_arrivals_icon-nc.png”,”expander_6_p1″:”Everyone aged 12 or over arriving in Spain from the UK must present either:”,”expander_6_p2″:”- a negative Co-19 PCR test taken within 72 hours of travelling”,”expander_6_p3″:”- proof of being fully vaccinated at least 14 days before travel”,”expander_6_p4″:”The [NHS Co Pass](https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/coronavirus-co-19/co-pass/) can be used as eence of vaccination status if you are travelling from England or [Wales](https://gov.wales/get-nhs-co-pass-show-your-vaccination-status-travel). “,”expander_6_p5″:”If you live in [Scotland](https://www.nhsinform.scot/co19status), NHS letters will be accepted. There is a [Co certificate](https://www.nidirect.gov.uk/services/coronavirus-co-19-co-certificate-ni-residents) for Northern Ireland residents.”,”expander_6_p6″:”In addition, you must complete a [health control form](https://www.spth.gob.es/) no more than 48 hours before travelling to Spain by air or sea.”,”expander_6_p7″:”A negative Co test, proof of vaccination or proof of Co-recovery may be required to cross [the French border into Spain](https://www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice/spain/entry-requirements#testing-requirements-for-overland-travellers).”,”expander_6_p8″:”If travelling via Gibraltar, check the latest [Foreign Office travel advice](https://www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice/gibraltar).”,”expander_6_image1″:”https://c.files.bbci.co.uk/134F1/production/_119398097_x1200spain-gettyimages-158461451.jpg”,”expander_6_image_alt_text1″:”Spanish village”,”expander_7_expander_title”:”Co rules in Spain”,”expander_7_byline_image”:”https://c.files.bbci.co.uk/44BE/production/_119289571_mask_icon-nc.png”,”expander_7_p1″:”Across Spain, you need to observe the following rules:”,”expander_7_p2″:”- wear face coverings [in enclosed public spaces (and crowded outdoor spaces)](https://www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice/spain/coronavirus#use-of-face-masks) – applies to anyone aged 6 or over”,”expander_7_p3″:”- maintain a social distance of 1.5m (5ft)”,”expander_7_p4″:”- follow any Co safety measures put in place in hotels, bars, shops or restaurants “,”expander_7_p5″:”Spanish regions may impose their own local restrictions, such as overnight curfews, limits on gatherings or on the number of people allowed at beaches or other public areas. You should check with local and regional authorities for advice.”,”expander_7_p6″:”The Foreign Office has specific [healthcare guidance for UK nationals visiting Spain](https://www.gov.uk/guidance/healthcare-for-uk-nationals-visiting-spain).”,”expander_7_p7″:”Tourist accommodation in the [Canary Islands](https://www.hellocanaryislands.com/) (and some other parts of Spain) requires proof of either full vaccination, a negative test or recent recovery from Co.”,”expander_7_p8″:”[UK Foreign Office travel advice for Spain](https://www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice/spain)”,”expander_8_expander_title”:”Return to UK”,”expander_8_byline_image”:”https://c.files.bbci.co.uk/15246/production/_119289568_amberlist_icon-nc.png”,”expander_8_p1″:”Spain (including the Balearic Islands and Canary Islands) is on the amber travel list. Check the rules for returning home to [England](https://www.gov.uk/guidance/red-amber-and-green-list-rules-for-entering-england#amber-list), [Scotland](https://www.gov.scot/publications/coronavirus-co-19-international-travel-quarantine/pages/overview/), [Wales](https://gov.wales/rules-foreign-travel-and-wales-coronavirus-co-19-html#section-48358) and [Northern Ireland](https://www.nidirect.gov.uk/articles/coronavirus-co-19-travelling-amber-country).”,”expander_8_p2″:”Adults entering the UK from an amber-list country no longer have to quarantine, if they have been fully vaccinated by the NHS. 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Children aged 5-10 will also need to test on day two of return.”,”expander_8_p7″:”If you return from an amber list country and are not fully vaccinated (and are aged 18+) you will need to quarantine at home for 10 days and take an extra PCR test eight days after you get back.”,”accordion-list_3_list_title”:”Malta”,”expander_9_expander_title”:”Entry requirements”,”expander_9_default_state”:”Open”,”expander_9_byline”:”UK visitors (12 and over) must be fully vaccinated”,”expander_9_byline_image”:”https://c.files.bbci.co.uk/3A15/production/_119296841_arrivals_icon-nc.png”,”expander_9_p1″:”Only fully vaccinated adults can travel to Malta from the UK.”,”expander_9_p2″:”Children aged 5-11 can travel with fully-vaccinated adults, but must show eence of a negative PCR test carried out within 72 hours before arrival. Under-fives will not need a test.”,”expander_9_p3″:”Children aged 12-17 will only be able to enter Malta if they are fully vaccinated. However, the UK is not currently vaccinating most children under the age of 16.”,”expander_9_p4″:”If you’re travelling from England or Wales, you can show the [NHS Co Pass](https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/coronavirus-co-19/co-pass/) as eence of vaccination status. “,”expander_9_p5″:”If you live in [Scotland](https://www.nhsinform.scot/co19status), NHS letters will be accepted. There is a [Co certificate](https://www.nidirect.gov.uk/services/coronavirus-co-19-co-certificate-ni-residents) for Northern Ireland residents.”,”expander_9_p6″:”Adults are not required to take a PCR test.”,”expander_9_p7″:”You must complete a [passenger locator](https://app.euplf.eu/#/) and [public health declaration form](https://mia-prod-s3-cdn.s3.amazonaws.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/MLA-PLF-HDF-2021.pdf) before you travel, and show it to officials both on departure from the UK and arrival in Malta.”,”expander_10_expander_title”:”Co rules “,”expander_10_byline_image”:”https://c.files.bbci.co.uk/44BE/production/_119289571_mask_icon-nc.png”,”expander_10_p1″:”Face coverings:”,”expander_10_p2″:”- are still compulsory in indoor and outdoor public places “,”expander_10_p3″:”- advised but no longer required on beaches”,”expander_10_p4″:”Two people together, with proof of vaccination, can remove their masks in an outdoor public place.”,”expander_10_p5″:”Other rules:”,”expander_10_p6″:”- two-metre (6ft) social distancing encouraged”,”expander_10_p7″:”- restaurants and cafes are open (six per table)”,”expander_10_p8″:”- public gatherings limited to six people or one household”,”expander_10_p9″:”- nightclubs are closed”,”expander_10_p10″:”[UK Foreign Office travel advice for Malta](https://www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice/malta)”,”expander_11_expander_title”:”Return to UK\n”,”expander_11_byline”:”Green list”,”expander_11_byline_image”:”https://c.files.bbci.co.uk/17956/production/_119289569_greenlist_icon-nc.png”,”expander_11_p1″:”Malta is on the [green list](https://www.gov.uk/guidance/red-amber-and-green-list-rules-for-entering-england#green-list).”,”expander_11_p2″:”You do not need to quarantine on your return to the UK but [you must](https://www.gov.uk/guidance/red-amber-and-green-list-rules-for-entering-england#green-list-rules):”,”expander_11_p3″:”- pay for and take a Co test before your return journey”,”expander_11_p4″:”- pay for and take another Co test two days after your return”,”accordion-list_4_list_title”:”Greece”,”expander_12_expander_title”:”Entry requirements”,”expander_12_default_state”:”Open “,”expander_12_byline_image”:”https://c.files.bbci.co.uk/3A15/production/_119296841_arrivals_icon-nc.png”,”expander_12_p1″:”UK tourists are allowed, but you must complete a [passenger locator form](https://travel.gov.gr/#/) before travelling, which will give you a [QR code](https://www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice/greece/entry-requirements#passenger-locator-form).”,”expander_12_p2″:”Everyone aged 12 or over must also proe one of the following: “,”expander_12_p3″:”- a negative PCR test, taken within 72 hours before arrival”,”expander_12_p4″:”- a negative rapid antigen test, taken within 48 hours before arrival”,”expander_12_p5″:”- proof of recovery from Co (a positive PCR result dated 30-180 days before travel)”,”expander_12_p6″:”- proof of being fully vaccinated at least 14 days before arrival”,”expander_12_p7″:”If you’re travelling from England or Wales, you can show the [NHS Co Pass](https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/coronavirus-co-19/co-pass/) as eence of vaccination status. “,”expander_12_p8″:”If you live in [Scotland](https://www.nhsinform.scot/co19status), NHS letters will be accepted. There is a [Co certificate](https://www.nidirect.gov.uk/services/coronavirus-co-19-co-certificate-ni-residents) for Northern Ireland residents.”,”expander_12_p9″:”You may have to take a rapid Co test on arrival in Greece, with [quarantine in a hotel for at least 10 days](https://www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice/greece/entry-requirements) if positive.”,”expander_12_p10″:”You may also have to self-isolate if other passengers on your flight or ferry test positive.”,”expander_12_image1″:”https://c.files.bbci.co.uk/BFC1/production/_119398094_a1200greece-gettyimages-1287571503.jpg”,”expander_12_image_alt_text1″:”Greek village”,”expander_13_expander_title”:”Co rules in Greece”,”expander_13_byline_image”:”https://c.files.bbci.co.uk/44BE/production/_119289571_mask_icon-nc.png”,”expander_13_p1″:”You must wear a face mask in all indoor public and communal spaces, including work-places and on public transport.”,”expander_13_p2″:”Travel to and between most Greek islands requires either:”,”expander_13_p3″:”- a negative Co test (PCR up to 72 hours before travel, rapid test up to 24 hours before travel)”,”expander_13_p4″:”- [proof of vaccination/recovery](https://www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice/greece/coronavirus#co-19-restrictions)”,”expander_13_p5″:”- a signed [self-test declaration](https://self-testing.gov.gr/co19-self-test-print.pdf)”,”expander_13_p6″:”The islands of Lefkada, Evia and Salamina are the only exceptions to this rule.”,”expander_13_P7″:”Partial lockdowns are in force in Messinia, Achaia and Ilia (Peloponnese), the municipality of Ikaria and in Heraklion (Crete) until at least 10 September.”,”expander_13_p8″:”[Discover Greece](https://www.discovergreece.com/co19-advice-for-travellers-greece) says:”,”expander_13_p9″:”Outdoor restaurants, cafes and bars are open up to 85% capacity, serving only seated customers and 10 people per table”,”expander_13_p10″:”Indoor restaurants and entertainment venues require guests to prove they have been fully vaccinated or have recovered from Co within the last six months. Customers must be seated to be served and under-18s must take a rapid Co-19 test”,”expander_13_p11″:”Some restrictions vary from region to region – you may need to check [local guidance](https://co19.gov.gr/co-map-en/).”,”expander_13_p12″:”[UK Foreign Office travel advice for Greece](https://www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice/greece)”,”expander_14_expander_title”:”Return to UK”,”expander_14_byline_image”:”https://c.files.bbci.co.uk/15246/production/_119289568_amberlist_icon-nc.png”,”expander_14_p1″:”Greece is on the amber travel list. Check the rules for returning home to [England](https://www.gov.uk/guidance/red-amber-and-green-list-rules-for-entering-england#amber-list), [Scotland](https://www.gov.scot/publications/coronavirus-co-19-international-travel-quarantine/pages/overview/), [Wales](https://gov.wales/rules-foreign-travel-and-wales-coronavirus-co-19-html#section-48358) and [Northern Ireland](https://www.nidirect.gov.uk/articles/coronavirus-co-19-travelling-amber-country).”,”expander_14_p2″:”Adults entering the UK from an amber-list country no longer have to quarantine, if they have been fully vaccinated by the NHS. Adults entering from the EU or the US do not have to quarantine if they have received a full EMA or FDA-recognised vaccination.”,”expander_14_p3″:”The quarantine requirement has also been lifted for all under-18s.”,”expander_14_p4″:”UK passengers will have to prove their vaccination status with either the NHS Co Pass in [England](https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/coronavirus-co-19/co-pass/) or [Wales](https://gov.wales/get-nhs-co-pass-show-your-vaccination-status-travel), an [NHS letter in Scotland](https://www.nhsinform.scot/co19status), or Co certificate in [Northern Ireland](https://www.nidirect.gov.uk/services/coronavirus-co-19-co-certificate-ni-residents).”,”expander_14_p5″:”Everyone aged 11 or over will still have to take a [private test](https://www.gov.uk/guidance/coronavirus-co-19-testing-for-people-travelling-to-england) within three days before returning, and two days after return (12s and over in Scotland). Children aged 5-10 will also need to test on day two of return.”,”expander_14_p6″:”If you return from an amber list country and are not fully vaccinated (and are aged 18+) you will need to quarantine at home for 10 days and take an extra PCR test eight days after you get back.”,”accordion-list_5_list_title”:”Italy”,”expander_15_expander_title”:”Entry requirements”,”expander_15_default_state”:”Open”,”expander_15_byline_image”:”https://c.files.bbci.co.uk/3A15/production/_119296841_arrivals_icon-nc.png”,”expander_15_p1″:”Travellers from the UK must complete an [online digital form](https://app.euplf.eu/#/), which will generate a QR code. You may be asked to present this before travel or by the border police. A paper form can also be completed if you do not have an electronic device.”,”expander_15_p2″:”There is no need to quarantine if you can prove you are fully vaccinated and present a negative PCR or antigen test result, taken within 48 hours before entering Italy.”,”expander_15_p3″:”[The NHS Co Pass](https://www.gov.uk/guidance/nhs-co-pass) will be accepted as proof of vaccination. Unvaccinated under-18s are exempt from quarantine [if they travel with a fully vaccinated adult](http://www.italia.it/en/useful-info/co-19-updates-information-for-tourists.html).”,”expander_15_p4″:”Unvaccinated travellers, or those arriving without proof of vaccination and a negative test, will be required to self-isolate for five days. You will need to contact the [regional health office](https://www.salute.gov.it/portale/nuovocoronavirus/dettaglioContenutiNuovoCoronavirus.jsp?lingua=english&id=5371&area=nuovoCoronavirus&menu=aChiRivolgersi) to tell them where you will be self-isolating. You will also have to take a test at the end of the five-day period. “,”expander_15_p5″:”Everyone arriving in Italy must also call the [local Co-19 helpline](https://www.salute.gov.it/portale/nuovocoronavirus/dettaglioContenutiNuovoCoronavirus.jsp?lingua=english&id=5371&area=nuovoCoronavirus&menu=vuoto) within 48 hours of arrival – to inform them of your visit.”,”expander_15_p6″:”All air passengers must wear a [\”medical mask\”](https://www.who.int/news-room/q-a-detail/coronavirus-disease-co-19-masks#:~:text=Fabric%20masks%20should%20be%20made,composition%20for%20more%20information) on flights to and from Italy according to [airport regulations](https://www.adr.it/web/aeroporti-di-roma-en-/what-to-do).”,”expander_15_p7″:”Children under the age of six do not need to test.”,”expander_15_p8″:”The Italian embassy in London has [more information](https://amblondra.esteri.it/ambasciata_londra/en/ambasciata/ufficio-stampa/news/2020/03/co-19-avviso-per-i-cittadini.html).”,”expander_15_image1″:”https://c.files.bbci.co.uk/18311/production/_119398099_x1200italy-gettyimages-682575083.jpg”,”expander_15_image_alt_text1″:”Venice gondolas”,”expander_16_expander_title”:”Co rules in Italy”,”expander_16_byline_image”:”https://c.files.bbci.co.uk/44BE/production/_119289571_mask_icon-nc.png”,”expander_16_p1″:”A [“green pass”](https://www.dgc.gov.it/web/), also known as an EU Digital COVID Certificate, is needed to access many public spaces – these include indoor seating in bars and restaurants, museums, exhibitions, swimming pools, fairs and large events. The pass is also required to travel on most public transport between regions. “,”expander_16_p2”:”Tourists are required to show a green pass if they wish to use hotel facilities including swimming pools, gyms and spas. “,”expander_16_p3″:”A UK vaccination record will be accepted as a green pass but it must be in the form of a digital QR code. You can also obtain a 48-hour green pass if you can test negative to a rapid Co test at a local pharmacy. Children under 12 are exempt from presenting a green pass.”,”expander_16_p4″:”Many restrictions have now been relaxed but the following are still in place:”,”expander_16_p5″:”- masks required in indoor public spaces, and in all outdoor spaces where social distancing is not possible (children under six not included)”,”expander_16_p6″:”- social distancing of 1m (3ft)”,”expander_16_p7″:”- shops, cinemas, theatres and museums are open with limited capacity and reserved seating; museums and exhibits should be pre-booked at least one day in advance”,”expander_16_p8″:”[UK Foreign Office travel advice for Italy](https://www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice/italy)”,”expander_16_p9″:”[Italy’s official tourism website](http://www.italia.it/en/useful-info/co-19-updates-information-for-tourists.html)”,”expander_17_expander_title”:”Return to UK”,”expander_17_byline_image”:”https://c.files.bbci.co.uk/15246/production/_119289568_amberlist_icon-nc.png”,”expander_17_p1″:”Italy is on the amber travel list. Check the rules for returning home to [England](https://www.gov.uk/guidance/red-amber-and-green-list-rules-for-entering-england#amber-list), [Scotland](https://www.gov.scot/publications/coronavirus-co-19-international-travel-quarantine/pages/overview/), [Wales](https://gov.wales/rules-foreign-travel-and-wales-coronavirus-co-19-html#section-48358) and [Northern Ireland](https://www.nidirect.gov.uk/articles/coronavirus-co-19-travelling-amber-country).”,”expander_17_p2″:”Adults entering the UK from an amber-list country no longer have to quarantine, if they have been fully vaccinated by the NHS. Adults entering from the EU or the US do not have to quarantine if they have received a full EMA or FDA-recognised vaccination.”,”expander_17_p3″:”The quarantine requirement has also been lifted for all under-18s.”,”expander_17_p4″:”UK passengers will have to prove their vaccination status with either the NHS Co Pass in [England](https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/coronavirus-co-19/co-pass/) or [Wales](https://gov.wales/get-nhs-co-pass-show-your-vaccination-status-travel), an [NHS letter in Scotland](https://www.nhsinform.scot/co19status), or Co certificate in [Northern Ireland](https://www.nidirect.gov.uk/services/coronavirus-co-19-co-certificate-ni-residents).”,”expander_17_p5″:”Everyone aged 11 or over will still have to take a [private test](https://www.gov.uk/guidance/coronavirus-co-19-testing-for-people-travelling-to-england) within three days before returning, and two days after return (12s and over in Scotland). Children aged 5-10 will also need to test on day two of return.”,”expander_17_p6″:”If you return from an amber list country and are not fully vaccinated (and are aged 18+) you will need to quarantine at home for 10 days and take an extra PCR test eight days after you get back.”,”accordion-list_6_list_title”:”France”,”expander_18_expander_title”:”France entry requirements”,”expander_18_default_state”:”Open”,”expander_18_byline_image”:”https://c.files.bbci.co.uk/3A15/production/_119296841_arrivals_icon-nc.png”,”expander_18_p1″:”If you are fully vaccinated you can enter France from the UK as long as you:”,”expander_18_p2″:”- proe proof of your vaccination status”,”expander_18_p3″:”- complete a [\”sworn statement\”](https://www.interieur.gouv.fr/Actualites/L-actu-du-Ministere/Attestation-de-deplacement-et-de-voyage)”,”expander_18_p4″:”Fully vaccinated adult travellers [don’t have to proe proof](https://www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice/france/entry-requirements) of a negative [PCR/antigen test result](https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/list-of-private-proers-of-coronavirus-testing/list-of-private-proers-of-coronavirus-testing) – but children aged 12 or over travelling with them do.”,”expander_18_p5″:”If you’re travelling from England or Wales, you can show the [NHS Co Pass](https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/coronavirus-co-19/co-pass/) as eence of vaccination status. “,”expander_18_p6″:”If you live in [Scotland](https://www.nhsinform.scot/co19status), NHS letters will be accepted. There is a [Co certificate](https://www.nidirect.gov.uk/services/coronavirus-co-19-co-certificate-ni-residents) for Northern Ireland residents.”,”expander_18_p7″:”If you are not fully vaccinated, you will only be allowed entry for [essential reasons](https://www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice/france/entry-requirements). Over-12s will need to present a negative PCR or antigen test taken less than 24 hours before departure. Self-administered tests are not accepted. You must complete a [certificate of international travel](https://www.interieur.gouv.fr/Actualites/L-actu-du-Ministere/Certificate-of-international-travel) and agree to [seven days’ isolation](https://www.diplomatie.gouv.fr/en/coming-to-france/coronavirus-advice-for-foreign-nationals-in-france/).”,”expander_18_image1″:”https://c.files.bbci.co.uk/15C01/production/_119398098_x1200france-gettyimages-847408280.jpg”,”expander_18_image_alt_text1″:”Paris skyline”,”expander_19_expander_title”:”Co rules in France”,”expander_19_byline_image”:”https://c.files.bbci.co.uk/44BE/production/_119289571_mask_icon-nc.png”,”expander_19_p1″:”Face masks are required in all enclosed public spaces. “,”expander_19_p2″:”- No requirement to wear a mask in outdoor public spaces, with some exceptions (gatherings, queues, markets, stadiums)”,”expander_19_p3″:”- Children under 11 not required to wear masks”,”expander_19_p4″:”Adults need a \”pass sanitaire\” to attend larger events and for entry to a wide range of venues including bars, restaurants, museums, or to use some types of public transport including planes and long-distance trains.”,”expander_19_p5″:”To obtain a pass sanitaire you will need either:”,”expander_19_p6″:”- a vaccination certificate, illustrating that you are fully vaccinated (the French government [will accept proof from UK travellers](https://uk.ambafrance.org/Pass-sanitaire-et-vaccination-au-Royaume-Uni) through the NHS App, by downloading or printing the document, or by presenting an NHS letter)”,”expander_19_p7″:”- a negative PCR/antigen test result from the past 48 hours”,”expander_19_p8″:”- a document (dated more than 11 days ago and less than six months ago) proving you have recently recovered from Co”,”expander_19_p9″:”If you’re travelling from England, you can use the [NHS Co Pass](https://www.gov.uk/guidance/nhs-co-pass) QR code to get a pass sanitaire. Those vaccinated in Wales can [download a PDF certificate](https://gov.wales/nhs-co-pass-prove-your-vaccination-status) to get a QR code.”,”expander_19_p10″:”People vaccinated in Northern Ireland can demonstrate their vaccination status by presenting a QR code from the [COVIDCert NI digital wallet, downloaded pdf certificate, or printed certificate](https://www.nidirect.gov.uk/services/coronavirus-co-19-co-certificate-ni-residents).\n”,”expander_19_p11″:”Scottish vaccine certificates are not yet accepted for domestic use in France – but travellers from Scotland [can apply for a QR code from the French government](https://www.diplomatie.gouv.fr/IMG/pdf/demande_de_conversion_de_certificat_de_vaccination_en_cle85188d.pdf). You will need to proe the following by email:”,”expander_19_p12″:”- A vaccination certificate”,”expander_19_p13″:”- A valid passport”,”expander_19_p14″:”- Return travel tickets”,”expander_19_p15″:”From 30 September, children aged 12-17 will also need a pass sanitaire.”,”expander_19_p16″:”Extra restrictions have been put in place in some French islands [including Corsica, Guadalupe and Martinique](https://www.gouvernement.fr/info-coronavirus).”,”expander_19_p17″:”[UK Foreign Office travel advice for France](https://www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice/france)”,”expander_20_expander_title”:”Return to UK”,”expander_20_byline_image”:”https://c.files.bbci.co.uk/15246/production/_119289568_amberlist_icon-nc.png”,”expander_20_p1″:”France is on the amber travel list. Check the rules for returning home to [England](https://www.gov.uk/guidance/red-amber-and-green-list-rules-for-entering-england#amber-list), [Scotland](https://www.gov.scot/publications/coronavirus-co-19-international-travel-quarantine/pages/overview/), [Wales](https://gov.wales/rules-foreign-travel-and-wales-coronavirus-co-19-html#section-48358) and [Northern Ireland](https://www.nidirect.gov.uk/articles/coronavirus-co-19-travelling-amber-country).”,”expander_20_p2″:”Adults entering the UK from an amber-list country no longer have to quarantine, if they have been fully vaccinated by the NHS. Adults entering from the EU or the US do not have to quarantine if they have received a full EMA or FDA-recognised vaccination.”,”expander_20_p3″:”The quarantine requirement has also been lifted for all under-18s.”,”expander_20_p4″:”UK passengers will have to prove their vaccination status with either the NHS Co Pass in [England](https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/coronavirus-co-19/co-pass/) or [Wales](https://gov.wales/get-nhs-co-pass-show-your-vaccination-status-travel), an [NHS letter in Scotland](https://www.nhsinform.scot/co19status), or Co certificate in [Northern Ireland](https://www.nidirect.gov.uk/services/coronavirus-co-19-co-certificate-ni-residents).”,”expander_20_p5″:”Everyone aged 11 or over will still have to take a [private test](https://www.gov.uk/guidance/coronavirus-co-19-testing-for-people-travelling-to-england) within three days before returning, and two days after return (12s and over in Scotland). Children aged 5-10 will also need to test on day two of return.”,”expander_20_p6″:”If you return from an amber list country and are not fully vaccinated (and are aged 18+) you will need to quarantine at home for 10 days and take an extra PCR test eight days after you get back.”,”expander_20_p7″:”The French islands of La Reunion and Mayotte are on the [red list](https://www.gov.uk/guidance/red-amber-and-green-list-rules-for-entering-england#red-list-rules)”,”accordion-list_7_list_title”:”Turkey”,”expander_21_expander_title”:”Turkey’s entry requirements”,”expander_21_default_state”:”Open”,”expander_21_p1″:”UK visitors to Turkey must:”,”expander_21_p2″:”- proe a negative PCR test result taken within 72 hours before arrival”,”expander_21_p3″:”- complete an [online form](https://register.health.gov.tr/) within 72 hours of arrival”,”expander_21_p4″:”- expect a medical check for coronavirus symptoms, including temperature tests”,”expander_21_p5″:”Turkey is on the UK’s red list of countries because of concerns about the number of Co cases – the government says you should not travel there, and most normal holiday insurance policies are likely to be invalid.”,”expander_21_image1″:”https://c.files.bbci.co.uk/98B1/production/_119398093_a1200turkey-gettyimages-637209664.jpg”,”expander_21_image_alt_text1″:”Grand Bazaar, Istanbul”,”expander_22_expander_title”:”Co rules in Turkey”,”expander_22_byline_image”:”https://c.files.bbci.co.uk/44BE/production/_119289571_mask_icon-nc.png”,”expander_22_p1″:”Provinces are [split into four tiers](https://co19.saglik.gov.tr/) – low to very high – according to Co-19 risk.”,”expander_22_value”:”- masks are mandatory at all times outside the home throughout Turkey”,”expander_22_p2″:”- nationwide curfews have been removed”,”expander_22_p3″:”[UK Foreign Office travel advice for Turkey](https://www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice/turkey)”,”expander_23_expander_title”:”Return to UK”,”expander_23_byline”:”Red list – hotel quarantine “,”expander_23_byline_image”:”https://c.files.bbci.co.uk/1DAE/production/_119289570_redlist_icon-nc.png “,”expander_23_p1″:”Turkey is on the red travel list. Follow the [red rules](https://www.gov.uk/guidance/red-amber-and-green-list-rules-for-entering-england#red-list) when you return.”,”expander_23_p2″:”You will have to pay for [10-days’ self-isolation in a hotel](https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/explainers-52544307) and take two further Co tests.”,”expander_23_p3″:”[Direct flights from Turkey to England](https://www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice/turkey) have resumed to designated terminals at Heathrow and Birmingham.”,”expander_1_id”:”5835124578″,”expander_2_id”:”3257394678″,”expander_3_id”:”7023770866″,”expander_4_id”:”5183816492″,”expander_5_id”:”3057834639″,”expander_6_id”:”7882198095″,”expander_7_id”:”9070626498″,”expander_8_id”:”1979143877″,”expander_9_id”:”8164702997″,”expander_10_id”:”5287516113″,”expander_11_id”:”4619868335″,”expander_12_id”:”6862829033″,”expander_13_id”:”4281394783″,”expander_14_id”:”5426163640″,”expander_15_id”:”9030376901″,”expander_16_id”:”9523376202″,”expander_17_id”:”3229837472″,”expander_18_id”:”9793872468″,”expander_19_id”:”5404523786″,”expander_20_id”:”6961885649″,”expander_21_id”:”8366483233″,”expander_22_id”:”7112318577″,”expander_23_id”:”3995736891″,”accordion-list_1_id”:”6682194726″,”accordion-list_2_id”:”1600440271″,”accordion-list_3_id”:”7291929135″,”accordion-list_4_id”:”8856866643″,”accordion-list_5_id”:”7454446156″,”accordion-list_6_id”:”9305027326″,”accordion-list_7_id”:”9167292872″},”accordionLists”:[{“id”:”6682194726″,”listTitle”:”Portugal”,”listSubTitle”:”Travel guide”,”expanders”:[{“expanderId”:”5835124578″,”expanderTitle”:”Mainland Portugal entry requirements”,”expanderHighlightText”:””,”expanderDefaultState”:[“Open”],”expanderTitleNote”:””,”expanderByline”:””,”expanderBylineRole”:””,”expanderBylineImage”:”https://c.files.bbci.co.uk/3A15/production/_119296841_arrivals_icon-nc.png”,”expanderBylineImageAlt”:”Icon image”,”contentBlocks”:[“u003cp>Mainland Portugal does not yet accept the NHS Co pass as proof of vaccination. Anyone travelling to the country aged 12 or over must: u003c/p>”,{“ul”:[“show a negative result from a PCR test taken less than 72 hours before you arrive in Portugal, or a lateral flow test within 48 hours (you should not use the NHS testing service but arrange to take a private test)”,”complete a [passenger locator card](https://portugalcleanandsafe.pt/en/passenger-locator-card) “,”be prepared to be temperature-checked upon arrival”]},”u003cp>Children aged 11 and under do not need to take a test.u003c/p>”,”u003cp>u003ca href=\”https://www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice/portugal\” target=\”_top\”>UK Foreign Office travel advice for Portugalu003c/a>u003c/p>”,”u003cimg src=\”https://c.files.bbci.co.uk/10DE1/production/_119398096_x1200portugalgettyimages-1205114883.jpg\” alt=\”Tram in Lisbon\”>”]},{“expanderId”:”3257394678″,”expanderTitle”:”The Azores entry requirements”,”expanderHighlightText”:””,”expanderDefaultState”:false,”expanderTitleNote”:””,”expanderByline”:””,”expanderBylineRole”:””,”expanderBylineImage”:”https://c.files.bbci.co.uk/3A15/production/_119296841_arrivals_icon-nc.png”,”expanderBylineImageAlt”:”Icon image”,”contentBlocks”:[“u003cp>The NHS Co pass is not yet accepted as proof of vaccination. Anyone aged 13 or over travelling to the Azores must:u003c/p>”,{“ul”:[“show a negative PCR test result or show proof of having recently recovered from Co”,”complete a [local form](https://mysafeazores.com/)”,”take extra Co tests if staying for more than a week”]},”u003cp>Check the u003ca href=\”https://destinoseguro.azores.gov.pt/?page_id=8908\” target=\”_top\”>regional government’s websiteu003c/a> for information.u003c/p>”]},{“expanderId”:”7023770866″,”expanderTitle”:”Madeira entry requirements”,”expanderHighlightText”:””,”expanderDefaultState”:false,”expanderTitleNote”:””,”expanderByline”:””,”expanderBylineRole”:””,”expanderBylineImage”:”https://c.files.bbci.co.uk/17956/production/_119289569_greenlist_icon-nc.png”,”expanderBylineImageAlt”:”Icon image”,”contentBlocks”:[“u003cp>Anyone aged 12 or over travelling to Madeira must complete and submit a u003ca href=\”https://madeirasafe.com/#/login\” target=\”_top\”>traveller questionnaireu003c/a>.u003c/p>”,”u003cp>You must also do one of the following:u003c/p>”,{“ul”:[“take a PCR test within 72 hours before travel and upload the result to the [traveller questionnaire](https://madeirasafe.com/#/login)”,”prove you are fully vaccinated or have recently recovered from Co”]},”u003cp>The u003ca href=\”https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/coronavirus-co-19/co-pass/\” target=\”_top\”>NHS Co Passu003c/a> (England and u003ca href=\”https://gov.wales/get-nhs-co-pass-show-your-vaccination-status-travel\” target=\”_top\”>Walesu003c/a>) can be used as eence of vaccination status.u003c/p>”,”u003cp>If you live in u003ca href=\”https://www.nhsinform.scot/co19status\” target=\”_top\”>Scotlandu003c/a>, NHS letters will be accepted. There is a u003ca href=\”https://www.nidirect.gov.uk/services/coronavirus-co-19-co-certificate-ni-residents\” target=\”_top\”>Co certificateu003c/a> for Northern Ireland residents.u003c/p>”,”u003cp>Expect to be health screened on arrival. You will be asked to show your proof of vaccination or negative test result.u003c/p>”,”u003cp>Check u003ca href=\”http://www.visitmadeira.pt/en-gb/homepage?AreaID=16\” target=\”_top\”>Madeira’s official tourist websiteu003c/a> for more information.u003c/p>”]},{“expanderId”:”5183816492″,”expanderTitle”:”Co rules in Portugal”,”expanderHighlightText”:””,”expanderDefaultState”:false,”expanderTitleNote”:””,”expanderByline”:””,”expanderBylineRole”:””,”expanderBylineImage”:”https://c.files.bbci.co.uk/44BE/production/_119289571_mask_icon-nc.png”,”expanderBylineImageAlt”:”Icon image”,”contentBlocks”:[“u003cp>A number of restrictions are in place:u003c/p>”,{“ul”:[“keep a social distance of 2m (6ft)”,”face masks must be worn in all enclosed spaces, and also outdoors where it is not possible to maintain social distance”,”restaurants, bars and cafes must close by 02:00″,”nightclubs can serve drinks, but no dancing is allowed”,”drinking in public is only allowed while seated at a restaurant or cafe”,”a maximum of eight people can eat together indoors in a restaurant (15 outdoors)”,”hotels and other accommodation will probably require an NHS vaccination certificate or recent negative tests before check-in”,”eating inside restaurants on weekends and public holidays, or attending some cultural events, may require proof of a recent negative Co test for over-12s or the EU Digital COVID Certificate”,”public transport has limited occupancy”,”cultural facilities are at 75% capacity “,”beaches have one-way systems and sunshades/towels should be 3m (9ft) apart”,”[check beach occupancy levels](https://infopraia.apambiente.pt/rules/) and avoid \”red\” or \”amber\” ones”,”golf courses are open”]},”u003cp>u003ca href=\”https://www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice/portugal\” target=\”_top\”>UK Foreign Office travel advice for Portugalu003c/a>u003c/p>”,”u003cp>The u003ca href=\”https://www.visitportugal.com/en/content/co-19-measures-implemented-portugal\” target=\”_top\”>Visit Portugalu003c/a> website has more informationu003c/p>”]},{“expanderId”:”3057834639″,”expanderTitle”:”Return to UK\n”,”expanderHighlightText”:””,”expanderDefaultState”:false,”expanderTitleNote”:””,”expanderByline”:””,”expanderBylineRole”:””,”expanderBylineImage”:”https://c.files.bbci.co.uk/15246/production/_119289568_amberlist_icon-nc.png”,”expanderBylineImageAlt”:”Icon image”,”contentBlocks”:[“u003cp>Mainland Portugal is on the amber travel list. Check the rules for returning home to u003ca href=\”https://www.gov.uk/guidance/red-amber-and-green-list-rules-for-entering-england#amber-list\” target=\”_top\”>Englandu003c/a>, u003ca href=\”https://www.gov.scot/publications/coronavirus-co-19-international-travel-quarantine/pages/overview/\” target=\”_top\”>Scotlandu003c/a>, u003ca href=\”https://gov.wales/rules-foreign-travel-and-wales-coronavirus-co-19-html#section-48358\” target=\”_top\”>Walesu003c/a> and u003ca href=\”https://www.nidirect.gov.uk/articles/coronavirus-co-19-travelling-amber-country\” target=\”_top\”>Northern Irelandu003c/a>.u003c/p>”,”u003cp>Adults entering the UK from an amber-list country no longer have to quarantine, if they have been fully vaccinated by the NHS. Adults entering from the EU or the US do not have to quarantine if they have received a full EMA or FDA-recognised vaccination.u003c/p>”,”u003cp>The quarantine requirement has also been lifted for all under-18s.u003c/p>”,”u003cp>UK passengers will have to prove their vaccination status with either the NHS Co Pass in u003ca href=\”https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/coronavirus-co-19/co-pass/\” target=\”_top\”>Englandu003c/a> or u003ca href=\”https://gov.wales/get-nhs-co-pass-show-your-vaccination-status-travel\” target=\”_top\”>Walesu003c/a>, an u003ca href=\”https://www.nhsinform.scot/co19status\” target=\”_top\”>NHS letter in Scotlandu003c/a>, or Co certificate in u003ca href=\”https://www.nidirect.gov.uk/services/coronavirus-co-19-co-certificate-ni-residents\” target=\”_top\”>Northern Irelandu003c/a>.u003c/p>”,”u003cp>Everyone aged 11 or over will still have to take a u003ca href=\”https://www.gov.uk/guidance/coronavirus-co-19-testing-for-people-travelling-to-england\” target=\”_top\”>private testu003c/a> within three days before returning, and two days after return (12s and over in Scotland). Children aged 5-10 will also need to test on day two of return.u003c/p>”,”u003cp>If you return from an amber list country and are not fully vaccinated (and are aged 18+) you will need to quarantine at home for 10 days and take an extra PCR test eight days after you get back.u003c/p>”,”u003cp>The Azores and Madeira are u003ca href=\”https://www.gov.uk/guidance/red-amber-and-green-list-rules-for-entering-england#green-list\” target=\”_top\”>green list destinationsu003c/a> (although Madeira is currently on the green watchlist, which means it may return to amber at short notice). 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You should check with local and regional authorities for advice.u003c/p>”,”u003cp>The Foreign Office has specific u003ca href=\”https://www.gov.uk/guidance/healthcare-for-uk-nationals-visiting-spain\” target=\”_top\”>healthcare guidance for UK nationals visiting Spainu003c/a>.u003c/p>”,”u003cp>Tourist accommodation in the u003ca href=\”https://www.hellocanaryislands.com/\” target=\”_top\”>Canary Islandsu003c/a> (and some other parts of Spain) requires proof of either full vaccination, a negative test or recent recovery from Co.u003c/p>”,”u003cp>u003ca href=\”https://www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice/spain\” target=\”_top\”>UK Foreign Office travel advice for Spainu003c/a>u003c/p>”]},{“expanderId”:”1979143877″,”expanderTitle”:”Return to UK”,”expanderHighlightText”:””,”expanderDefaultState”:false,”expanderTitleNote”:””,”expanderByline”:””,”expanderBylineRole”:””,”expanderBylineImage”:”https://c.files.bbci.co.uk/15246/production/_119289568_amberlist_icon-nc.png”,”expanderBylineImageAlt”:”Icon image”,”contentBlocks”:[“u003cp>Spain (including the Balearic Islands and Canary Islands) is on the amber travel list. Check the rules for returning home to u003ca href=\”https://www.gov.uk/guidance/red-amber-and-green-list-rules-for-entering-england#amber-list\” target=\”_top\”>Englandu003c/a>, u003ca href=\”https://www.gov.scot/publications/coronavirus-co-19-international-travel-quarantine/pages/overview/\” target=\”_top\”>Scotlandu003c/a>, u003ca href=\”https://gov.wales/rules-foreign-travel-and-wales-coronavirus-co-19-html#section-48358\” target=\”_top\”>Walesu003c/a> and u003ca href=\”https://www.nidirect.gov.uk/articles/coronavirus-co-19-travelling-amber-country\” target=\”_top\”>Northern Irelandu003c/a>.u003c/p>”,”u003cp>Adults entering the UK from an amber-list country no longer have to quarantine, if they have been fully vaccinated by the NHS. 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Check the rules for returning home to u003ca href=\”https://www.gov.uk/guidance/red-amber-and-green-list-rules-for-entering-england#amber-list\” target=\”_top\”>Englandu003c/a>, u003ca href=\”https://www.gov.scot/publications/coronavirus-co-19-international-travel-quarantine/pages/overview/\” target=\”_top\”>Scotlandu003c/a>, u003ca href=\”https://gov.wales/rules-foreign-travel-and-wales-coronavirus-co-19-html#section-48358\” target=\”_top\”>Walesu003c/a> and u003ca href=\”https://www.nidirect.gov.uk/articles/coronavirus-co-19-travelling-amber-country\” target=\”_top\”>Northern Irelandu003c/a>.u003c/p>”,”u003cp>Adults entering the UK from an amber-list country no longer have to quarantine, if they have been fully vaccinated by the NHS. 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You will need to contact the u003ca href=\”https://www.salute.gov.it/portale/nuovocoronavirus/dettaglioContenutiNuovoCoronavirus.jsp?lingua=english&id=5371&area=nuovoCoronavirus&menu=aChiRivolgersi\” target=\”_top\”>regional health officeu003c/a> to tell them where you will be self-isolating. 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Children under 12 are exempt from presenting a green pass.u003c/p>”,”u003cp>Many restrictions have now been relaxed but the following are still in place:u003c/p>”,{“ul”:[“masks required in indoor public spaces, and in all outdoor spaces where social distancing is not possible (children under six not included)”,”social distancing of 1m (3ft)”,”shops, cinemas, theatres and museums are open with limited capacity and reserved seating; museums and exhibits should be pre-booked at least one day in advance”]},”u003cp>u003ca href=\”https://www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice/italy\” target=\”_top\”>UK Foreign Office travel advice for Italyu003c/a>u003c/p>”,”u003cp>u003ca href=\”http://www.italia.it/en/useful-info/co-19-updates-information-for-tourists.html\” target=\”_top\”>Italy’s official tourism websiteu003c/a>u003c/p>”]},{“expanderId”:”3229837472″,”expanderTitle”:”Return to UK”,”expanderHighlightText”:””,”expanderDefaultState”:false,”expanderTitleNote”:””,”expanderByline”:””,”expanderBylineRole”:””,”expanderBylineImage”:”https://c.files.bbci.co.uk/15246/production/_119289568_amberlist_icon-nc.png”,”expanderBylineImageAlt”:”Icon image”,”contentBlocks”:[“u003cp>Italy is on the amber travel list. 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Adults entering from the EU or the US do not have to quarantine if they have received a full EMA or FDA-recognised vaccination.u003c/p>”,”u003cp>The quarantine requirement has also been lifted for all under-18s.u003c/p>”,”u003cp>UK passengers will have to prove their vaccination status with either the NHS Co Pass in u003ca href=\”https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/coronavirus-co-19/co-pass/\” target=\”_top\”>Englandu003c/a> or u003ca href=\”https://gov.wales/get-nhs-co-pass-show-your-vaccination-status-travel\” target=\”_top\”>Walesu003c/a>, an u003ca href=\”https://www.nhsinform.scot/co19status\” target=\”_top\”>NHS letter in Scotlandu003c/a>, or Co certificate in u003ca href=\”https://www.nidirect.gov.uk/services/coronavirus-co-19-co-certificate-ni-residents\” target=\”_top\”>Northern Irelandu003c/a>.u003c/p>”,”u003cp>Everyone aged 11 or over will still have to take a u003ca href=\”https://www.gov.uk/guidance/coronavirus-co-19-testing-for-people-travelling-to-england\” target=\”_top\”>private testu003c/a> within three days before returning, and two days after return (12s and over in Scotland). 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There is a u003ca href=\”https://www.nidirect.gov.uk/services/coronavirus-co-19-co-certificate-ni-residents\” target=\”_top\”>Co certificateu003c/a> for Northern Ireland residents.u003c/p>”,”u003cp>If you are not fully vaccinated, you will only be allowed entry for u003ca href=\”https://www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice/france/entry-requirements\” target=\”_top\”>essential reasonsu003c/a>. Over-12s will need to present a negative PCR or antigen test taken less than 24 hours before departure. Self-administered tests are not accepted. You must complete a u003ca href=\”https://www.interieur.gouv.fr/Actualites/L-actu-du-Ministere/Certificate-of-international-travel\” target=\”_top\”>certificate of international travelu003c/a> and agree to u003ca href=\”https://www.diplomatie.gouv.fr/en/coming-to-france/coronavirus-advice-for-foreign-nationals-in-france/\” target=\”_top\”>seven days’ isolationu003c/a>.u003c/p>”,”u003cimg src=\”https://c.files.bbci.co.uk/15C01/production/_119398098_x1200france-gettyimages-847408280.jpg\” alt=\”Paris skyline\”>”]},{“expanderId”:”5404523786″,”expanderTitle”:”Co rules in France”,”expanderHighlightText”:””,”expanderDefaultState”:false,”expanderTitleNote”:””,”expanderByline”:””,”expanderBylineRole”:””,”expanderBylineImage”:”https://c.files.bbci.co.uk/44BE/production/_119289571_mask_icon-nc.png”,”expanderBylineImageAlt”:”Icon image”,”contentBlocks”:[“u003cp>Face masks are required in all enclosed public spaces. u003c/p>”,{“ul”:[“No requirement to wear a mask in outdoor public spaces, with some exceptions (gatherings, queues, markets, stadiums)”,”Children under 11 not required to wear masks”]},”u003cp>Adults need a \”pass sanitaire\” to attend larger events and for entry to a wide range of venues including bars, restaurants, museums, or to use some types of public transport including planes and long-distance trains.u003c/p>”,”u003cp>To obtain a pass sanitaire you will need either:u003c/p>”,{“ul”:[“a vaccination certificate, illustrating that you are fully vaccinated (the French government [will accept proof from UK travellers](https://uk.ambafrance.org/Pass-sanitaire-et-vaccination-au-Royaume-Uni) through the NHS App, by downloading or printing the document, or by presenting an NHS letter)”,”a negative PCR/antigen test result from the past 48 hours”,”a document (dated more than 11 days ago and less than six months ago) proving you have recently recovered from Co”]},”u003cp>If you’re travelling from England, you can use the u003ca href=\”https://www.gov.uk/guidance/nhs-co-pass\” target=\”_top\”>NHS Co Passu003c/a> QR code to get a pass sanitaire. Those vaccinated in Wales can u003ca href=\”https://gov.wales/nhs-co-pass-prove-your-vaccination-status\” target=\”_top\”>download a PDF certificateu003c/a> to get a QR code.u003c/p>”,”u003cp>People vaccinated in Northern Ireland can demonstrate their vaccination status by presenting a QR code from the u003ca href=\”https://www.nidirect.gov.uk/services/coronavirus-co-19-co-certificate-ni-residents\” target=\”_top\”>COVIDCert NI digital wallet, downloaded pdf certificate, or printed certificateu003c/a>.\nu003c/p>”,”u003cp>Scottish vaccine certificates are not yet accepted for domestic use in France – but travellers from Scotland u003ca href=\”https://www.diplomatie.gouv.fr/IMG/pdf/demande_de_conversion_de_certificat_de_vaccination_en_cle85188d.pdf\” target=\”_top\”>can apply for a QR code from the French governmentu003c/a>. You will need to proe the following by email:u003c/p>”,{“ul”:[“A vaccination certificate”,”A valid passport”,”Return travel tickets”]},”u003cp>From 30 September, children aged 12-17 will also need a pass sanitaire.u003c/p>”,”u003cp>Extra restrictions have been put in place in some French islands u003ca href=\”https://www.gouvernement.fr/info-coronavirus\” target=\”_top\”>including Corsica, Guadalupe and Martiniqueu003c/a>.u003c/p>”,”u003cp>u003ca href=\”https://www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice/france\” target=\”_top\”>UK Foreign Office travel advice for Franceu003c/a>u003c/p>”]},{“expanderId”:”6961885649″,”expanderTitle”:”Return to UK”,”expanderHighlightText”:””,”expanderDefaultState”:false,”expanderTitleNote”:””,”expanderByline”:””,”expanderBylineRole”:””,”expanderBylineImage”:”https://c.files.bbci.co.uk/15246/production/_119289568_amberlist_icon-nc.png”,”expanderBylineImageAlt”:”Icon image”,”contentBlocks”:[“u003cp>France is on the amber travel list. Check the rules for returning home to u003ca href=\”https://www.gov.uk/guidance/red-amber-and-green-list-rules-for-entering-england#amber-list\” target=\”_top\”>Englandu003c/a>, u003ca href=\”https://www.gov.scot/publications/coronavirus-co-19-international-travel-quarantine/pages/overview/\” target=\”_top\”>Scotlandu003c/a>, u003ca href=\”https://gov.wales/rules-foreign-travel-and-wales-coronavirus-co-19-html#section-48358\” target=\”_top\”>Walesu003c/a> and u003ca href=\”https://www.nidirect.gov.uk/articles/coronavirus-co-19-travelling-amber-country\” target=\”_top\”>Northern Irelandu003c/a>.u003c/p>”,”u003cp>Adults entering the UK from an amber-list country no longer have to quarantine, if they have been fully vaccinated by the NHS. Adults entering from the EU or the US do not have to quarantine if they have received a full EMA or FDA-recognised vaccination.u003c/p>”,”u003cp>The quarantine requirement has also been lifted for all under-18s.u003c/p>”,”u003cp>UK passengers will have to prove their vaccination status with either the NHS Co Pass in u003ca href=\”https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/coronavirus-co-19/co-pass/\” target=\”_top\”>Englandu003c/a> or u003ca href=\”https://gov.wales/get-nhs-co-pass-show-your-vaccination-status-travel\” target=\”_top\”>Walesu003c/a>, an u003ca href=\”https://www.nhsinform.scot/co19status\” target=\”_top\”>NHS letter in Scotlandu003c/a>, or Co certificate in u003ca href=\”https://www.nidirect.gov.uk/services/coronavirus-co-19-co-certificate-ni-residents\” target=\”_top\”>Northern Irelandu003c/a>.u003c/p>”,”u003cp>Everyone aged 11 or over will still have to take a u003ca href=\”https://www.gov.uk/guidance/coronavirus-co-19-testing-for-people-travelling-to-england\” target=\”_top\”>private testu003c/a> within three days before returning, and two days after return (12s and over in Scotland). 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u003cli>u003ca href=”#accordion-section–9305027326″>Franceu003c/a>u003c/li>n n u003cli>u003ca href=”#accordion-section–9167292872″>Turkeyu003c/a>u003c/li>n u003c/ul>n u003c/div>n u003c/nav> n u003carticle id=”accordion-section–6682194726″ class=”accordion-section ” tabindex=”-1″>n u003cheader class=”accordion-section__title”>n u003ch3 class=”accordion-section__title”>Portugalu003c/h3>n u003ch4 id=6682194726 class=”accordion-section__subtitle”>Travel guideu003c/h4>n u003ca class=”offscreen offscreen–appear-on-focus skip-link” href=”#end-of-6682194726″>Skip Portugalu003c/a>n u003c/header>n u003cul class=”accordion-list”>n u003cli class=”accordion-list-item”>n u003ch4 class=”expander-button expander-button–default-open” data-child=”expander-5835124578″ id=”expander-button–5835124578″>u003cspan class=”expander-button__main-text”>Mainland Portugal entry requirementsu003c/span>u003c/h4>n u003cdiv class=”vj-co-qa__answer” aria-labelledby=”expander-button–5835124578″ id=”expander-5835124578″ class=”expandable”>n u003cp>Mainland Portugal does not yet accept the NHS Co pass as proof of vaccination. Anyone travelling to the country aged 12 or over must: u003c/p>n u003cul class=”expandable__bullet-list”>n u003cli>show a negative result from a PCR test taken less than 72 hours before you arrive in Portugal, or a lateral flow test within 48 hours (you should not use the NHS testing service but arrange to take a private test)u003c/li>u003cli>complete a u003ca href=”https://portugalcleanandsafe.pt/en/passenger-locator-card” target=”_top”>passenger locator cardu003c/a> u003c/li>u003cli>be prepared to be temperature-checked upon arrivalu003c/li>n u003c/ul>n u003cp>Children aged 11 and under do not need to take a test.u003c/p>n u003cp>u003ca href=”https://www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice/portugal” target=”_top”>UK Foreign Office travel advice for Portugalu003c/a>u003c/p>n u003cimg src=”https://c.files.bbci.co.uk/10DE1/production/_119398096_x1200portugalgettyimages-1205114883.jpg” alt=”Tram in Lisbon”>n u003c/div>n u003c/li>u003cli class=”accordion-list-item”>n u003ch4 class=”expander-button” data-child=”expander-3257394678″ id=”expander-button–3257394678″>u003cspan class=”expander-button__main-text”>The Azores entry requirementsu003c/span>u003c/h4>n u003cdiv class=”vj-co-qa__answer” aria-labelledby=”expander-button–3257394678″ id=”expander-3257394678″ class=”expandable”>n u003cp>The NHS Co pass is not yet accepted as proof of vaccination. Anyone aged 13 or over travelling to the Azores must:u003c/p>n u003cul class=”expandable__bullet-list”>n u003cli>show a negative PCR test result or show proof of having recently recovered from Cou003c/li>u003cli>complete a u003ca href=”https://mysafeazores.com/” target=”_top”>local formu003c/a>u003c/li>u003cli>take extra Co tests if staying for more than a weeku003c/li>n u003c/ul>n u003cp>Check the u003ca href=”https://destinoseguro.azores.gov.pt/?page_id=8908″ target=”_top”>regional government’s websiteu003c/a> for information.u003c/p>n u003c/div>n u003c/li>u003cli class=”accordion-list-item”>n u003ch4 class=”expander-button” data-child=”expander-7023770866″ id=”expander-button–7023770866″>u003cspan class=”expander-button__main-text”>Madeira entry requirementsu003c/span>u003c/h4>n u003cdiv class=”vj-co-qa__answer” aria-labelledby=”expander-button–7023770866″ id=”expander-7023770866″ class=”expandable”>n u003cp>Anyone aged 12 or over travelling to Madeira must complete and submit a u003ca href=”https://madeirasafe.com/#/login” target=”_top”>traveller questionnaireu003c/a>.u003c/p>n u003cp>You must also do one of the following:u003c/p>n u003cul class=”expandable__bullet-list”>n u003cli>take a PCR test within 72 hours before travel and upload the result to the u003ca href=”https://madeirasafe.com/#/login” target=”_top”>traveller questionnaireu003c/a>u003c/li>u003cli>prove you are fully vaccinated or have recently recovered from Cou003c/li>n u003c/ul>n u003cp>The u003ca href=”https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/coronavirus-co-19/co-pass/” target=”_top”>NHS Co Passu003c/a> (England and u003ca href=”https://gov.wales/get-nhs-co-pass-show-your-vaccination-status-travel” target=”_top”>Walesu003c/a>) can be used as eence of vaccination status.u003c/p>n u003cp>If you live in u003ca href=”https://www.nhsinform.scot/co19status” target=”_top”>Scotlandu003c/a>, NHS letters will be accepted. There is a u003ca href=”https://www.nidirect.gov.uk/services/coronavirus-co-19-co-certificate-ni-residents” target=”_top”>Co certificateu003c/a> for Northern Ireland residents.u003c/p>n u003cp>Expect to be health screened on arrival. You will be asked to show your proof of vaccination or negative test result.u003c/p>n u003cp>Check u003ca href=”http://www.visitmadeira.pt/en-gb/homepage?AreaID=16″ target=”_top”>Madeira’s official tourist websiteu003c/a> for more information.u003c/p>n u003c/div>n u003c/li>u003cli class=”accordion-list-item”>n u003ch4 class=”expander-button” data-child=”expander-5183816492″ id=”expander-button–5183816492″>u003cspan class=”expander-button__main-text”>Co rules in Portugalu003c/span>u003c/h4>n u003cdiv class=”vj-co-qa__answer” aria-labelledby=”expander-button–5183816492″ id=”expander-5183816492″ class=”expandable”>n u003cp>A number of restrictions are in place:u003c/p>n u003cul class=”expandable__bullet-list”>n u003cli>keep a social distance of 2m (6ft)u003c/li>u003cli>face masks must be worn in all enclosed spaces, and also outdoors where it is not possible to maintain social distanceu003c/li>u003cli>restaurants, bars and cafes must close by 02:00u003c/li>u003cli>nightclubs can serve drinks, but no dancing is allowedu003c/li>u003cli>drinking in public is only allowed while seated at a restaurant or cafeu003c/li>u003cli>a maximum of eight people can eat together indoors in a restaurant (15 outdoors)u003c/li>u003cli>hotels and other accommodation will probably require an NHS vaccination certificate or recent negative tests before check-inu003c/li>u003cli>eating inside restaurants on weekends and public holidays, or attending some cultural events, may require proof of a recent negative Co test for over-12s or the EU Digital COVID Certificateu003c/li>u003cli>public transport has limited occupancyu003c/li>u003cli>cultural facilities are at 75% capacity u003c/li>u003cli>beaches have one-way systems and sunshades/towels should be 3m (9ft) apartu003c/li>u003cli>u003ca href=”https://infopraia.apambiente.pt/rules/” target=”_top”>check beach occupancy levelsu003c/a> and avoid “red” or “amber” onesu003c/li>u003cli>golf courses are openu003c/li>n u003c/ul>n u003cp>u003ca href=”https://www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice/portugal” target=”_top”>UK Foreign Office travel advice for Portugalu003c/a>u003c/p>n u003cp>The u003ca href=”https://www.visitportugal.com/en/content/co-19-measures-implemented-portugal” target=”_top”>Visit Portugalu003c/a> website has more informationu003c/p>n u003c/div>n u003c/li>u003cli class=”accordion-list-item”>n u003ch4 class=”expander-button” data-child=”expander-3057834639″ id=”expander-button–3057834639″>u003cspan class=”expander-button__main-text”>Return to UKn u003c/span>u003c/h4>n u003cdiv class=”vj-co-qa__answer” aria-labelledby=”expander-button–3057834639″ id=”expander-3057834639″ class=”expandable”>n u003cp>Mainland Portugal is on the amber travel list. Check the rules for returning home to u003ca href=”https://www.gov.uk/guidance/red-amber-and-green-list-rules-for-entering-england#amber-list” target=”_top”>Englandu003c/a>, u003ca href=”https://www.gov.scot/publications/coronavirus-co-19-international-travel-quarantine/pages/overview/” target=”_top”>Scotlandu003c/a>, u003ca href=”https://gov.wales/rules-foreign-travel-and-wales-coronavirus-co-19-html#section-48358″ target=”_top”>Walesu003c/a> and u003ca href=”https://www.nidirect.gov.uk/articles/coronavirus-co-19-travelling-amber-country” target=”_top”>Northern Irelandu003c/a>.u003c/p>n u003cp>Adults entering the UK from an amber-list country no longer have to quarantine, if they have been fully vaccinated by the NHS. Adults entering from the EU or the US do not have to quarantine if they have received a full EMA or FDA-recognised vaccination.u003c/p>n u003cp>The quarantine requirement has also been lifted for all under-18s.u003c/p>n u003cp>UK passengers will have to prove their vaccination status with either the NHS Co Pass in u003ca href=”https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/coronavirus-co-19/co-pass/” target=”_top”>Englandu003c/a> or u003ca href=”https://gov.wales/get-nhs-co-pass-show-your-vaccination-status-travel” target=”_top”>Walesu003c/a>, an u003ca href=”https://www.nhsinform.scot/co19status” target=”_top”>NHS letter in Scotlandu003c/a>, or Co certificate in u003ca href=”https://www.nidirect.gov.uk/services/coronavirus-co-19-co-certificate-ni-residents” target=”_top”>Northern Irelandu003c/a>.u003c/p>n u003cp>Everyone aged 11 or over will still have to take a u003ca href=”https://www.gov.uk/guidance/coronavirus-co-19-testing-for-people-travelling-to-england” target=”_top”>private testu003c/a> within three days before returning, and two days after return (12s and over in Scotland). Children aged 5-10 will also need to test on day two of return.u003c/p>n u003cp>If you return from an amber list country and are not fully vaccinated (and are aged 18+) you will need to quarantine at home for 10 days and take an extra PCR test eight days after you get back.u003c/p>n u003cp>The Azores and Madeira are u003ca href=”https://www.gov.uk/guidance/red-amber-and-green-list-rules-for-entering-england#green-list” target=”_top”>green list destinationsu003c/a> (although Madeira is currently on the green watchlist, which means it may return to amber at short notice). You will not have to quarantine on your return, but you must pay for tests before your departure for the UK and two days after your return.u003c/p>n u003c/div>n u003c/li>n u003c/ul>n u003cspan tabindex=”-1″ class=”offscreen skip-link-destination” id=”end-of-6682194726″>End of Portugalu003c/span>n u003cdiv class=”accordion-section__your-questions”>n u003ca class=”accordion-section__your-questions-link” href=”” target=”_top”>u003c/a>n u003c/div>n u003c/article>n n u003carticle id=”accordion-section–1600440271″ class=”accordion-section ” tabindex=”-1″>n u003cheader class=”accordion-section__title”>n u003ch3 class=”accordion-section__title”>Spainu003c/h3>n u003ch4 id=1600440271 class=”accordion-section__subtitle”>Travel guideu003c/h4>n u003ca class=”offscreen offscreen–appear-on-focus skip-link” href=”#end-of-1600440271″>Skip Spainu003c/a>n u003c/header>n u003cul class=”accordion-list”>n u003cli class=”accordion-list-item”>n u003ch4 class=”expander-button expander-button–default-open” data-child=”expander-7882198095″ id=”expander-button–7882198095″>u003cspan class=”expander-button__main-text”>Entry requirementsu003c/span>u003c/h4>n u003cdiv class=”vj-co-qa__answer” aria-labelledby=”expander-button–7882198095″ id=”expander-7882198095″ class=”expandable”>n u003cp>Everyone aged 12 or over arriving in Spain from the UK must present either:u003c/p>n u003cul class=”expandable__bullet-list”>n u003cli>a negative Co-19 PCR test taken within 72 hours of travellingu003c/li>u003cli>proof of being fully vaccinated at least 14 days before travelu003c/li>n u003c/ul>n u003cp>The u003ca href=”https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/coronavirus-co-19/co-pass/” target=”_top”>NHS Co Passu003c/a> can be used as eence of vaccination status if you are travelling from England or u003ca href=”https://gov.wales/get-nhs-co-pass-show-your-vaccination-status-travel” target=”_top”>Walesu003c/a>. u003c/p>n u003cp>If you live in u003ca href=”https://www.nhsinform.scot/co19status” target=”_top”>Scotlandu003c/a>, NHS letters will be accepted. There is a u003ca href=”https://www.nidirect.gov.uk/services/coronavirus-co-19-co-certificate-ni-residents” target=”_top”>Co certificateu003c/a> for Northern Ireland residents.u003c/p>n u003cp>In addition, you must complete a u003ca href=”https://www.spth.gob.es/” target=”_top”>health control formu003c/a> no more than 48 hours before travelling to Spain by air or sea.u003c/p>n u003cp>A negative Co test, proof of vaccination or proof of Co-recovery may be required to cross u003ca href=”https://www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice/spain/entry-requirements#testing-requirements-for-overland-travellers” target=”_top”>the French border into Spainu003c/a>.u003c/p>n u003cp>If travelling via Gibraltar, check the latest u003ca href=”https://www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice/gibraltar” target=”_top”>Foreign Office travel adviceu003c/a>.u003c/p>n u003cimg src=”https://c.files.bbci.co.uk/134F1/production/_119398097_x1200spain-gettyimages-158461451.jpg” alt=”Spanish village”>n u003c/div>n u003c/li>u003cli class=”accordion-list-item”>n u003ch4 class=”expander-button” data-child=”expander-9070626498″ id=”expander-button–9070626498″>u003cspan class=”expander-button__main-text”>Co rules in Spainu003c/span>u003c/h4>n u003cdiv class=”vj-co-qa__answer” aria-labelledby=”expander-button–9070626498″ id=”expander-9070626498″ class=”expandable”>n u003cp>Across Spain, you need to observe the following rules:u003c/p>n u003cul class=”expandable__bullet-list”>n u003cli>wear face coverings u003ca href=”https://www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice/spain/coronavirus#use-of-face-masks” target=”_top”>in enclosed public spaces (and crowded outdoor spaces)u003c/a> – applies to anyone aged 6 or overu003c/li>u003cli>maintain a social distance of 1.5m (5ft)u003c/li>u003cli>follow any Co safety measures put in place in hotels, bars, shops or restaurants u003c/li>n u003c/ul>n u003cp>Spanish regions may impose their own local restrictions, such as overnight curfews, limits on gatherings or on the number of people allowed at beaches or other public areas. You should check with local and regional authorities for advice.u003c/p>n u003cp>The Foreign Office has specific u003ca href=”https://www.gov.uk/guidance/healthcare-for-uk-nationals-visiting-spain” target=”_top”>healthcare guidance for UK nationals visiting Spainu003c/a>.u003c/p>n u003cp>Tourist accommodation in the u003ca href=”https://www.hellocanaryislands.com/” target=”_top”>Canary Islandsu003c/a> (and some other parts of Spain) requires proof of either full vaccination, a negative test or recent recovery from Co.u003c/p>n u003cp>u003ca href=”https://www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice/spain” target=”_top”>UK Foreign Office travel advice for Spainu003c/a>u003c/p>n u003c/div>n u003c/li>u003cli class=”accordion-list-item”>n u003ch4 class=”expander-button” data-child=”expander-1979143877″ id=”expander-button–1979143877″>u003cspan class=”expander-button__main-text”>Return to UKu003c/span>u003c/h4>n u003cdiv class=”vj-co-qa__answer” aria-labelledby=”expander-button–1979143877″ id=”expander-1979143877″ class=”expandable”>n u003cp>Spain (including the Balearic Islands and Canary Islands) is on the amber travel list. Check the rules for returning home to u003ca href=”https://www.gov.uk/guidance/red-amber-and-green-list-rules-for-entering-england#amber-list” target=”_top”>Englandu003c/a>, u003ca href=”https://www.gov.scot/publications/coronavirus-co-19-international-travel-quarantine/pages/overview/” target=”_top”>Scotlandu003c/a>, u003ca href=”https://gov.wales/rules-foreign-travel-and-wales-coronavirus-co-19-html#section-48358″ target=”_top”>Walesu003c/a> and u003ca href=”https://www.nidirect.gov.uk/articles/coronavirus-co-19-travelling-amber-country” target=”_top”>Northern Irelandu003c/a>.u003c/p>n u003cp>Adults entering the UK from an amber-list country no longer have to quarantine, if they have been fully vaccinated by the NHS. Adults entering from the EU or the US do not have to quarantine if they have received a full EMA or FDA-recognised vaccination.u003c/p>n u003cp>The quarantine requirement has also been lifted for all under-18s.u003c/p>n u003cp>UK passengers will have to prove their vaccination status with either the NHS Co Pass in u003ca href=”https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/coronavirus-co-19/co-pass/” target=”_top”>Englandu003c/a> or u003ca href=”https://gov.wales/get-nhs-co-pass-show-your-vaccination-status-travel” target=”_top”>Walesu003c/a>, an u003ca href=”https://www.nhsinform.scot/co19status” target=”_top”>NHS letter in Scotlandu003c/a>, or Co certificate in u003ca href=”https://www.nidirect.gov.uk/services/coronavirus-co-19-co-certificate-ni-residents” target=”_top”>Northern Irelandu003c/a>.u003c/p>n u003cp>Everyone aged 11 or over will still have to take a u003ca href=”https://www.gov.uk/guidance/coronavirus-co-19-testing-for-people-travelling-to-england” target=”_top”>private testu003c/a> within three days before returning – the UK government says this should preferably be a PCR test. u003c/p>n u003cp>Another test is required two days after return for anyone aged 11 and over (12 and over in Scotland). Children aged 5-10 will also need to test on day two of return.u003c/p>n u003cp>If you return from an amber list country and are not fully vaccinated (and are aged 18+) you will need to quarantine at home for 10 days and take an extra PCR test eight days after you get back.u003c/p>n u003c/div>n u003c/li>n u003c/ul>n u003cspan tabindex=”-1″ class=”offscreen skip-link-destination” id=”end-of-1600440271″>End of Spainu003c/span>n u003cdiv class=”accordion-section__your-questions”>n u003ca class=”accordion-section__your-questions-link” href=”” target=”_top”>u003c/a>n u003c/div>n u003c/article>n n u003carticle id=”accordion-section–7291929135″ class=”accordion-section ” tabindex=”-1″>n u003cheader class=”accordion-section__title”>n u003ch3 class=”accordion-section__title”>Maltau003c/h3>n u003ch4 id=7291929135 class=”accordion-section__subtitle”>Travel guideu003c/h4>n u003ca class=”offscreen offscreen–appear-on-focus skip-link” href=”#end-of-7291929135″>Skip Maltau003c/a>n u003c/header>n u003cul class=”accordion-list”>n u003cli class=”accordion-list-item”>n u003ch4 class=”expander-button expander-button–default-open” data-child=”expander-8164702997″ id=”expander-button–8164702997″>u003cspan class=”expander-button__main-text”>Entry requirementsu003c/span>u003c/h4>n u003cdiv class=”vj-co-qa__answer” aria-labelledby=”expander-button–8164702997″ id=”expander-8164702997″ class=”expandable”>n u003cdiv class=”expander__byline”>n u003cimg class=”expander__byline__portrait” src=”https://c.files.bbci.co.uk/3A15/production/_119296841_arrivals_icon-nc.png” alt=”Icon image”/>n u003cdiv class=”expander__byline__text-container”>n u003cspan class=”expander__byline__name”>UK visitors (12 and over) must be fully vaccinatedu003c/span>n u003c/div>n u003c/div>n u003cp>Only fully vaccinated adults can travel to Malta from the UK.u003c/p>n u003cp>Children aged 5-11 can travel with fully-vaccinated adults, but must show eence of a negative PCR test carried out within 72 hours before arrival. Under-fives will not need a test.u003c/p>n u003cp>Children aged 12-17 will only be able to enter Malta if they are fully vaccinated. However, the UK is not currently vaccinating most children under the age of 16.u003c/p>n u003cp>If you’re travelling from England or Wales, you can show the u003ca href=”https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/coronavirus-co-19/co-pass/” target=”_top”>NHS Co Passu003c/a> as eence of vaccination status. u003c/p>n u003cp>If you live in u003ca href=”https://www.nhsinform.scot/co19status” target=”_top”>Scotlandu003c/a>, NHS letters will be accepted. There is a u003ca href=”https://www.nidirect.gov.uk/services/coronavirus-co-19-co-certificate-ni-residents” target=”_top”>Co certificateu003c/a> for Northern Ireland residents.u003c/p>n u003cp>Adults are not required to take a PCR test.u003c/p>n u003cp>You must complete a u003ca href=”https://app.euplf.eu/#/” target=”_top”>passenger locatoru003c/a> and u003ca href=”https://mia-prod-s3-cdn.s3.amazonaws.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/MLA-PLF-HDF-2021.pdf” target=”_top”>public health declaration formu003c/a> before you travel, and show it to officials both on departure from the UK and arrival in Malta.u003c/p>n u003c/div>n u003c/li>u003cli class=”accordion-list-item”>n u003ch4 class=”expander-button” data-child=”expander-5287516113″ id=”expander-button–5287516113″>u003cspan class=”expander-button__main-text”>Co rules u003c/span>u003c/h4>n u003cdiv class=”vj-co-qa__answer” aria-labelledby=”expander-button–5287516113″ id=”expander-5287516113″ class=”expandable”>n u003cp>Face coverings:u003c/p>n u003cul class=”expandable__bullet-list”>n u003cli>are still compulsory in indoor and outdoor public places u003c/li>u003cli>advised but no longer required on beachesu003c/li>n u003c/ul>n u003cp>Two people together, with proof of vaccination, can remove their masks in an outdoor public place.u003c/p>n u003cp>Other rules:u003c/p>n u003cul class=”expandable__bullet-list”>n u003cli>two-metre (6ft) social distancing encouragedu003c/li>u003cli>restaurants and cafes are open (six per table)u003c/li>u003cli>public gatherings limited to six people or one householdu003c/li>u003cli>nightclubs are closedu003c/li>n u003c/ul>n u003cp>u003ca href=”https://www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice/malta” target=”_top”>UK Foreign Office travel advice for Maltau003c/a>u003c/p>n u003c/div>n u003c/li>u003cli class=”accordion-list-item”>n u003ch4 class=”expander-button” data-child=”expander-4619868335″ id=”expander-button–4619868335″>u003cspan class=”expander-button__main-text”>Return to UKn u003c/span>u003c/h4>n u003cdiv class=”vj-co-qa__answer” aria-labelledby=”expander-button–4619868335″ id=”expander-4619868335″ class=”expandable”>n u003cdiv class=”expander__byline”>n u003cimg class=”expander__byline__portrait” src=”https://c.files.bbci.co.uk/17956/production/_119289569_greenlist_icon-nc.png” alt=”Icon image”/>n u003cdiv class=”expander__byline__text-container”>n u003cspan class=”expander__byline__name”>Green listu003c/span>n u003c/div>n u003c/div>n u003cp>Malta is on the u003ca href=”https://www.gov.uk/guidance/red-amber-and-green-list-rules-for-entering-england#green-list” target=”_top”>green listu003c/a>.u003c/p>n u003cp>You do not need to quarantine on your return to the UK but u003ca href=”https://www.gov.uk/guidance/red-amber-and-green-list-rules-for-entering-england#green-list-rules” target=”_top”>you mustu003c/a>:u003c/p>n u003cul class=”expandable__bullet-list”>n u003cli>pay for and take a Co test before your return journeyu003c/li>u003cli>pay for and take another Co test two days after your returnu003c/li>n u003c/ul>n u003c/div>n u003c/li>n u003c/ul>n u003cspan tabindex=”-1″ class=”offscreen skip-link-destination” id=”end-of-7291929135″>End of Maltau003c/span>n u003cdiv class=”accordion-section__your-questions”>n u003ca class=”accordion-section__your-questions-link” href=”” target=”_top”>u003c/a>n u003c/div>n u003c/article>n n u003carticle id=”accordion-section–8856866643″ class=”accordion-section ” tabindex=”-1″>n u003cheader class=”accordion-section__title”>n u003ch3 class=”accordion-section__title”>Greeceu003c/h3>n u003ch4 id=8856866643 class=”accordion-section__subtitle”>Travel guideu003c/h4>n u003ca class=”offscreen offscreen–appear-on-focus skip-link” href=”#end-of-8856866643″>Skip Greeceu003c/a>n u003c/header>n u003cul class=”accordion-list”>n u003cli class=”accordion-list-item”>n u003ch4 class=”expander-button expander-button–default-open” data-child=”expander-6862829033″ id=”expander-button–6862829033″>u003cspan class=”expander-button__main-text”>Entry requirementsu003c/span>u003c/h4>n u003cdiv class=”vj-co-qa__answer” aria-labelledby=”expander-button–6862829033″ id=”expander-6862829033″ class=”expandable”>n u003cp>UK tourists are allowed, but you must complete a u003ca href=”https://travel.gov.gr/#/” target=”_top”>passenger locator formu003c/a> before travelling, which will give you a u003ca href=”https://www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice/greece/entry-requirements#passenger-locator-form” target=”_top”>QR codeu003c/a>.u003c/p>n u003cp>Everyone aged 12 or over must also proe one of the following: u003c/p>n u003cul class=”expandable__bullet-list”>n u003cli>a negative PCR test, taken within 72 hours before arrivalu003c/li>u003cli>a negative rapid antigen test, taken within 48 hours before arrivalu003c/li>u003cli>proof of recovery from Co (a positive PCR result dated 30-180 days before travel)u003c/li>u003cli>proof of being fully vaccinated at least 14 days before arrivalu003c/li>n u003c/ul>n u003cp>If you’re travelling from England or Wales, you can show the u003ca href=”https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/coronavirus-co-19/co-pass/” target=”_top”>NHS Co Passu003c/a> as eence of vaccination status. u003c/p>n u003cp>If you live in u003ca href=”https://www.nhsinform.scot/co19status” target=”_top”>Scotlandu003c/a>, NHS letters will be accepted. There is a u003ca href=”https://www.nidirect.gov.uk/services/coronavirus-co-19-co-certificate-ni-residents” target=”_top”>Co certificateu003c/a> for Northern Ireland residents.u003c/p>n u003cp>You may have to take a rapid Co test on arrival in Greece, with u003ca href=”https://www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice/greece/entry-requirements” target=”_top”>quarantine in a hotel for at least 10 daysu003c/a> if positive.u003c/p>n u003cp>You may also have to self-isolate if other passengers on your flight or ferry test positive.u003c/p>n u003cimg src=”https://c.files.bbci.co.uk/BFC1/production/_119398094_a1200greece-gettyimages-1287571503.jpg” alt=”Greek village”>n u003c/div>n u003c/li>u003cli class=”accordion-list-item”>n u003ch4 class=”expander-button” data-child=”expander-4281394783″ id=”expander-button–4281394783″>u003cspan class=”expander-button__main-text”>Co rules in Greeceu003c/span>u003c/h4>n u003cdiv class=”vj-co-qa__answer” aria-labelledby=”expander-button–4281394783″ id=”expander-4281394783″ class=”expandable”>n u003cp>You must wear a face mask in all indoor public and communal spaces, including work-places and on public transport.u003c/p>n u003cp>Travel to and between most Greek islands requires either:u003c/p>n u003cul class=”expandable__bullet-list”>n u003cli>a negative Co test (PCR up to 72 hours before travel, rapid test up to 24 hours before travel)u003c/li>u003cli>u003ca href=”https://www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice/greece/coronavirus#co-19-restrictions” target=”_top”>proof of vaccination/recoveryu003c/a>u003c/li>u003cli>a signed u003ca href=”https://self-testing.gov.gr/co19-self-test-print.pdf” target=”_top”>self-test declarationu003c/a>u003c/li>n u003c/ul>n u003cp>The islands of Lefkada, Evia and Salamina are the only exceptions to this rule.u003c/p>n u003cp>u003ca href=”https://www.discovergreece.com/co19-advice-for-travellers-greece” target=”_top”>Discover Greeceu003c/a> says:u003c/p>n u003cp>Outdoor restaurants, cafes and bars are open up to 85% capacity, serving only seated customers and 10 people per tableu003c/p>n u003cp>Indoor restaurants and entertainment venues require guests to prove they have been fully vaccinated or have recovered from Co within the last six months. Customers must be seated to be served and under-18s must take a rapid Co-19 testu003c/p>n u003cp>Some restrictions vary from region to region – you may need to check u003ca href=”https://co19.gov.gr/co-map-en/” target=”_top”>local guidanceu003c/a>.u003c/p>n u003cp>u003ca href=”https://www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice/greece” target=”_top”>UK Foreign Office travel advice for Greeceu003c/a>u003c/p>n u003c/div>n u003c/li>u003cli class=”accordion-list-item”>n u003ch4 class=”expander-button” data-child=”expander-5426163640″ id=”expander-button–5426163640″>u003cspan class=”expander-button__main-text”>Return to UKu003c/span>u003c/h4>n u003cdiv class=”vj-co-qa__answer” aria-labelledby=”expander-button–5426163640″ id=”expander-5426163640″ class=”expandable”>n u003cp>Greece is on the amber travel list. Check the rules for returning home to u003ca href=”https://www.gov.uk/guidance/red-amber-and-green-list-rules-for-entering-england#amber-list” target=”_top”>Englandu003c/a>, u003ca href=”https://www.gov.scot/publications/coronavirus-co-19-international-travel-quarantine/pages/overview/” target=”_top”>Scotlandu003c/a>, u003ca href=”https://gov.wales/rules-foreign-travel-and-wales-coronavirus-co-19-html#section-48358″ target=”_top”>Walesu003c/a> and u003ca href=”https://www.nidirect.gov.uk/articles/coronavirus-co-19-travelling-amber-country” target=”_top”>Northern Irelandu003c/a>.u003c/p>n u003cp>Adults entering the UK from an amber-list country no longer have to quarantine, if they have been fully vaccinated by the NHS. Adults entering from the EU or the US do not have to quarantine if they have received a full EMA or FDA-recognised vaccination.u003c/p>n u003cp>The quarantine requirement has also been lifted for all under-18s.u003c/p>n u003cp>UK passengers will have to prove their vaccination status with either the NHS Co Pass in u003ca href=”https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/coronavirus-co-19/co-pass/” target=”_top”>Englandu003c/a> or u003ca href=”https://gov.wales/get-nhs-co-pass-show-your-vaccination-status-travel” target=”_top”>Walesu003c/a>, an u003ca href=”https://www.nhsinform.scot/co19status” target=”_top”>NHS letter in Scotlandu003c/a>, or Co certificate in u003ca href=”https://www.nidirect.gov.uk/services/coronavirus-co-19-co-certificate-ni-residents” target=”_top”>Northern Irelandu003c/a>.u003c/p>n u003cp>Everyone aged 11 or over will still have to take a u003ca href=”https://www.gov.uk/guidance/coronavirus-co-19-testing-for-people-travelling-to-england” target=”_top”>private testu003c/a> within three days before returning, and two days after return (12s and over in Scotland). Children aged 5-10 will also need to test on day two of return.u003c/p>n u003cp>If you return from an amber list country and are not fully vaccinated (and are aged 18+) you will need to quarantine at home for 10 days and take an extra PCR test eight days after you get back.u003c/p>n u003c/div>n u003c/li>n u003c/ul>n u003cspan tabindex=”-1″ class=”offscreen skip-link-destination” id=”end-of-8856866643″>End of Greeceu003c/span>n u003cdiv class=”accordion-section__your-questions”>n u003ca class=”accordion-section__your-questions-link” href=”” target=”_top”>u003c/a>n u003c/div>n u003c/article>n n u003carticle id=”accordion-section–7454446156″ class=”accordion-section ” tabindex=”-1″>n u003cheader class=”accordion-section__title”>n u003ch3 class=”accordion-section__title”>Italyu003c/h3>n u003ch4 id=7454446156 class=”accordion-section__subtitle”>Travel guideu003c/h4>n u003ca class=”offscreen offscreen–appear-on-focus skip-link” href=”#end-of-7454446156″>Skip Italyu003c/a>n u003c/header>n u003cul class=”accordion-list”>n u003cli class=”accordion-list-item”>n u003ch4 class=”expander-button expander-button–default-open” data-child=”expander-9030376901″ id=”expander-button–9030376901″>u003cspan class=”expander-button__main-text”>Entry requirementsu003c/span>u003c/h4>n u003cdiv class=”vj-co-qa__answer” aria-labelledby=”expander-button–9030376901″ id=”expander-9030376901″ class=”expandable”>n u003cp>Travellers from the UK must complete an u003ca href=”https://app.euplf.eu/#/” target=”_top”>online digital formu003c/a>, which will generate a QR code. You may be asked to present this before travel or by the border police. A paper form can also be completed if you do not have an electronic device.u003c/p>n u003cp>There is no need to quarantine if you can prove you are fully vaccinated and present a negative PCR or antigen test result, taken within 48 hours before entering Italy.u003c/p>n u003cp>u003ca href=”https://www.gov.uk/guidance/nhs-co-pass” target=”_top”>The NHS Co Passu003c/a> will be accepted as proof of vaccination. Unvaccinated under-18s are exempt from quarantine u003ca href=”http://www.italia.it/en/useful-info/co-19-updates-information-for-tourists.html” target=”_top”>if they travel with a fully vaccinated adultu003c/a>.u003c/p>n u003cp>Unvaccinated travellers, or those arriving without proof of vaccination and a negative test, will be required to self-isolate for five days. You will need to contact the u003ca href=”https://www.salute.gov.it/portale/nuovocoronavirus/dettaglioContenutiNuovoCoronavirus.jsp?lingua=english&id=5371&area=nuovoCoronavirus&menu=aChiRivolgersi” target=”_top”>regional health officeu003c/a> to tell them where you will be self-isolating. You will also have to take a test at the end of the five-day period. u003c/p>n u003cp>Everyone arriving in Italy must also call the u003ca href=”https://www.salute.gov.it/portale/nuovocoronavirus/dettaglioContenutiNuovoCoronavirus.jsp?lingua=english&id=5371&area=nuovoCoronavirus&menu=vuoto” target=”_top”>local Co-19 helplineu003c/a> within 48 hours of arrival – to inform them of your visit.u003c/p>n u003cp>All air passengers must wear a u003ca href=”https://www.who.int/news-room/q-a-detail/coronavirus-disease-co-19-masks#:~:text=Fabric%20masks%20should%20be%20made,composition%20for%20more%20information” target=”_top”>”medical mask”u003c/a> on flights to and from Italy according to u003ca href=”https://www.adr.it/web/aeroporti-di-roma-en-/what-to-do” target=”_top”>airport regulationsu003c/a>.u003c/p>n u003cp>Children under the age of six do not need to test.u003c/p>n u003cp>The Italian embassy in London has u003ca href=”https://amblondra.esteri.it/ambasciata_londra/en/ambasciata/ufficio-stampa/news/2020/03/co-19-avviso-per-i-cittadini.html” target=”_top”>more informationu003c/a>.u003c/p>n u003cimg src=”https://c.files.bbci.co.uk/18311/production/_119398099_x1200italy-gettyimages-682575083.jpg” alt=”Venice gondolas”>n u003c/div>n u003c/li>u003cli class=”accordion-list-item”>n u003ch4 class=”expander-button” data-child=”expander-9523376202″ id=”expander-button–9523376202″>u003cspan class=”expander-button__main-text”>Co rules in Italyu003c/span>u003c/h4>n u003cdiv class=”vj-co-qa__answer” aria-labelledby=”expander-button–9523376202″ id=”expander-9523376202″ class=”expandable”>n u003cp>A u003ca href=”https://www.dgc.gov.it/web/” target=”_top”>“green pass”u003c/a>, also known as an EU Digital COVID Certificate, is needed to access many public spaces – these include indoor seating in bars and restaurants, museums, exhibitions, swimming pools, fairs and large events. The pass is also required to travel on most public transport between regions. u003c/p>n u003cp>Tourists are required to show a green pass if they wish to use hotel facilities including swimming pools, gyms and spas. u003c/p>n u003cp>A UK vaccination record will be accepted as a green pass but it must be in the form of a digital QR code. You can also obtain a 48-hour green pass if you can test negative to a rapid Co test at a local pharmacy. Children under 12 are exempt from presenting a green pass.u003c/p>n u003cp>Many restrictions have now been relaxed but the following are still in place:u003c/p>n u003cul class=”expandable__bullet-list”>n u003cli>masks required in indoor public spaces, and in all outdoor spaces where social distancing is not possible (children under six not included)u003c/li>u003cli>social distancing of 1m (3ft)u003c/li>u003cli>shops, cinemas, theatres and museums are open with limited capacity and reserved seating; museums and exhibits should be pre-booked at least one day in advanceu003c/li>n u003c/ul>n u003cp>u003ca href=”https://www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice/italy” target=”_top”>UK Foreign Office travel advice for Italyu003c/a>u003c/p>n u003cp>u003ca href=”http://www.italia.it/en/useful-info/co-19-updates-information-for-tourists.html” target=”_top”>Italy’s official tourism websiteu003c/a>u003c/p>n u003c/div>n u003c/li>u003cli class=”accordion-list-item”>n u003ch4 class=”expander-button” data-child=”expander-3229837472″ id=”expander-button–3229837472″>u003cspan class=”expander-button__main-text”>Return to UKu003c/span>u003c/h4>n u003cdiv class=”vj-co-qa__answer” aria-labelledby=”expander-button–3229837472″ id=”expander-3229837472″ class=”expandable”>n u003cp>Italy is on the amber travel list. Check the rules for returning home to u003ca href=”https://www.gov.uk/guidance/red-amber-and-green-list-rules-for-entering-england#amber-list” target=”_top”>Englandu003c/a>, u003ca href=”https://www.gov.scot/publications/coronavirus-co-19-international-travel-quarantine/pages/overview/” target=”_top”>Scotlandu003c/a>, u003ca href=”https://gov.wales/rules-foreign-travel-and-wales-coronavirus-co-19-html#section-48358″ target=”_top”>Walesu003c/a> and u003ca href=”https://www.nidirect.gov.uk/articles/coronavirus-co-19-travelling-amber-country” target=”_top”>Northern Irelandu003c/a>.u003c/p>n u003cp>Adults entering the UK from an amber-list country no longer have to quarantine, if they have been fully vaccinated by the NHS. Adults entering from the EU or the US do not have to quarantine if they have received a full EMA or FDA-recognised vaccination.u003c/p>n u003cp>The quarantine requirement has also been lifted for all under-18s.u003c/p>n u003cp>UK passengers will have to prove their vaccination status with either the NHS Co Pass in u003ca href=”https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/coronavirus-co-19/co-pass/” target=”_top”>Englandu003c/a> or u003ca href=”https://gov.wales/get-nhs-co-pass-show-your-vaccination-status-travel” target=”_top”>Walesu003c/a>, an u003ca href=”https://www.nhsinform.scot/co19status” target=”_top”>NHS letter in Scotlandu003c/a>, or Co certificate in u003ca href=”https://www.nidirect.gov.uk/services/coronavirus-co-19-co-certificate-ni-residents” target=”_top”>Northern Irelandu003c/a>.u003c/p>n u003cp>Everyone aged 11 or over will still have to take a u003ca href=”https://www.gov.uk/guidance/coronavirus-co-19-testing-for-people-travelling-to-england” target=”_top”>private testu003c/a> within three days before returning, and two days after return (12s and over in Scotland). Children aged 5-10 will also need to test on day two of return.u003c/p>n u003cp>If you return from an amber list country and are not fully vaccinated (and are aged 18+) you will need to quarantine at home for 10 days and take an extra PCR test eight days after you get back.u003c/p>n u003c/div>n u003c/li>n u003c/ul>n u003cspan tabindex=”-1″ class=”offscreen skip-link-destination” id=”end-of-7454446156″>End of Italyu003c/span>n u003cdiv class=”accordion-section__your-questions”>n u003ca class=”accordion-section__your-questions-link” href=”” target=”_top”>u003c/a>n u003c/div>n u003c/article>n n u003carticle id=”accordion-section–9305027326″ class=”accordion-section ” tabindex=”-1″>n u003cheader class=”accordion-section__title”>n u003ch3 class=”accordion-section__title”>Franceu003c/h3>n u003ch4 id=9305027326 class=”accordion-section__subtitle”>Travel guideu003c/h4>n u003ca class=”offscreen offscreen–appear-on-focus skip-link” href=”#end-of-9305027326″>Skip Franceu003c/a>n u003c/header>n u003cul class=”accordion-list”>n u003cli class=”accordion-list-item”>n u003ch4 class=”expander-button expander-button–default-open” data-child=”expander-9793872468″ id=”expander-button–9793872468″>u003cspan class=”expander-button__main-text”>France entry requirementsu003c/span>u003c/h4>n u003cdiv class=”vj-co-qa__answer” aria-labelledby=”expander-button–9793872468″ id=”expander-9793872468″ class=”expandable”>n u003cp>If you are fully vaccinated you can enter France from the UK as long as you:u003c/p>n u003cul class=”expandable__bullet-list”>n u003cli>proe proof of your vaccination statusu003c/li>u003cli>complete a u003ca href=”https://www.interieur.gouv.fr/Actualites/L-actu-du-Ministere/Attestation-de-deplacement-et-de-voyage” target=”_top”>”sworn statement”u003c/a>u003c/li>n u003c/ul>n u003cp>Fully vaccinated adult travellers u003ca href=”https://www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice/france/entry-requirements” target=”_top”>don’t have to proe proofu003c/a> of a negative u003ca href=”https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/list-of-private-proers-of-coronavirus-testing/list-of-private-proers-of-coronavirus-testing” target=”_top”>PCR/antigen test resultu003c/a> – but children aged 12 or over travelling with them do.u003c/p>n u003cp>If you’re travelling from England or Wales, you can show the u003ca href=”https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/coronavirus-co-19/co-pass/” target=”_top”>NHS Co Passu003c/a> as eence of vaccination status. u003c/p>n u003cp>If you live in u003ca href=”https://www.nhsinform.scot/co19status” target=”_top”>Scotlandu003c/a>, NHS letters will be accepted. There is a u003ca href=”https://www.nidirect.gov.uk/services/coronavirus-co-19-co-certificate-ni-residents” target=”_top”>Co certificateu003c/a> for Northern Ireland residents.u003c/p>n u003cp>If you are not fully vaccinated, you will only be allowed entry for u003ca href=”https://www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice/france/entry-requirements” target=”_top”>essential reasonsu003c/a>. Over-12s will need to present a negative PCR or antigen test taken less than 24 hours before departure. Self-administered tests are not accepted. You must complete a u003ca href=”https://www.interieur.gouv.fr/Actualites/L-actu-du-Ministere/Certificate-of-international-travel” target=”_top”>certificate of international travelu003c/a> and agree to u003ca href=”https://www.diplomatie.gouv.fr/en/coming-to-france/coronavirus-advice-for-foreign-nationals-in-france/” target=”_top”>seven days’ isolationu003c/a>.u003c/p>n u003cimg src=”https://c.files.bbci.co.uk/15C01/production/_119398098_x1200france-gettyimages-847408280.jpg” alt=”Paris skyline”>n u003c/div>n u003c/li>u003cli class=”accordion-list-item”>n u003ch4 class=”expander-button” data-child=”expander-5404523786″ id=”expander-button–5404523786″>u003cspan class=”expander-button__main-text”>Co rules in Franceu003c/span>u003c/h4>n u003cdiv class=”vj-co-qa__answer” aria-labelledby=”expander-button–5404523786″ id=”expander-5404523786″ class=”expandable”>n u003cp>Face masks are required in all enclosed public spaces. u003c/p>n u003cul class=”expandable__bullet-list”>n u003cli>No requirement to wear a mask in outdoor public spaces, with some exceptions (gatherings, queues, markets, stadiums)u003c/li>u003cli>Children under 11 not required to wear masksu003c/li>n u003c/ul>n u003cp>Adults need a “pass sanitaire” to attend larger events and for entry to a wide range of venues including bars, restaurants, museums, or to use some types of public transport including planes and long-distance trains.u003c/p>n u003cp>To obtain a pass sanitaire you will need either:u003c/p>n u003cul class=”expandable__bullet-list”>n u003cli>a vaccination certificate, illustrating that you are fully vaccinated (the French government u003ca href=”https://uk.ambafrance.org/Pass-sanitaire-et-vaccination-au-Royaume-Uni” target=”_top”>will accept proof from UK travellersu003c/a> through the NHS App, by downloading or printing the document, or by presenting an NHS letter)u003c/li>u003cli>a negative PCR/antigen test result from the past 48 hoursu003c/li>u003cli>a document (dated more than 11 days ago and less than six months ago) proving you have recently recovered from Cou003c/li>n u003c/ul>n u003cp>If you’re travelling from England, you can use the u003ca href=”https://www.gov.uk/guidance/nhs-co-pass” target=”_top”>NHS Co Passu003c/a> QR code to get a pass sanitaire. Those vaccinated in Wales can u003ca href=”https://gov.wales/nhs-co-pass-prove-your-vaccination-status” target=”_top”>download a PDF certificateu003c/a> to get a QR code.u003c/p>n u003cp>People vaccinated in Northern Ireland can demonstrate their vaccination status by presenting a QR code from the u003ca href=”https://www.nidirect.gov.uk/services/coronavirus-co-19-co-certificate-ni-residents” target=”_top”>COVIDCert NI digital wallet, downloaded pdf certificate, or printed certificateu003c/a>.n u003c/p>n u003cp>Scottish vaccine certificates are not yet accepted for domestic use in France – but travellers from Scotland u003ca href=”https://www.diplomatie.gouv.fr/IMG/pdf/demande_de_conversion_de_certificat_de_vaccination_en_cle85188d.pdf” target=”_top”>can apply for a QR code from the French governmentu003c/a>. You will need to proe the following by email:u003c/p>n u003cul class=”expandable__bullet-list”>n u003cli>A vaccination certificateu003c/li>u003cli>A valid passportu003c/li>u003cli>Return travel ticketsu003c/li>n u003c/ul>n u003cp>From 30 September, children aged 12-17 will also need a pass sanitaire.u003c/p>n u003cp>Extra restrictions have been put in place in some French islands u003ca href=”https://www.gouvernement.fr/info-coronavirus” target=”_top”>including Corsica, Guadalupe and Martiniqueu003c/a>.u003c/p>n u003cp>u003ca href=”https://www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice/france” target=”_top”>UK Foreign Office travel advice for Franceu003c/a>u003c/p>n u003c/div>n u003c/li>u003cli class=”accordion-list-item”>n u003ch4 class=”expander-button” data-child=”expander-6961885649″ id=”expander-button–6961885649″>u003cspan class=”expander-button__main-text”>Return to UKu003c/span>u003c/h4>n u003cdiv class=”vj-co-qa__answer” aria-labelledby=”expander-button–6961885649″ id=”expander-6961885649″ class=”expandable”>n u003cp>France is on the amber travel list. 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