Although things aren’t as relaxed elsewhere, the vaccination effort is encouraging more nations to get rid of rules for those who have had a full course of jabs.
And even for those who haven’t been vaccinated, many nations are moving away from PCR tests and towards cheaper lateral flows, making travel more affordable.
Bharat Gadhoke, head of Commercial at AITO, The Specialist Travel Association, told Express.co.uk: “Easy to visit destinations have one administrative chore which I am happy to say is on the cusp of being made obsolete – the Passenger Locator Form [PLF].
“The UK is not the only country that has this requirement, but as more destinations drop this from the entry requirements, travel will become a little less ‘admin heavy’.
“The countries that are reducing COVID red tape are changing almost daily so making a list today may be obsolete tomorrow.
“The latest announcements to reduce red tape are Greece and Belgium and we hope many more will follow, joining countries like Norway, Costa Rica, Cyprus, Iceland and the Bahamas to name a few.”
Though rules are changing, the ease at which Britons can visit specific destinations most often relies on their vaccination status.
Nick Markham, co-founder at COVID-testing specialist Cignpost ExpressTest, told Express.co.uk: “As international travel reopens and lockdown restrictions are being lifted, countries are implementing their own entry requirements for arrivals.
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