Essential travel information and FAQs
Update Friday 17 September:
The UK government has announced that, from Monday 4 October, it will be simplifying its travel traffic light system and testing rules for travellers arriving in the UK. We are waiting for official guidance and will update this page once this has been received.
Before booking and travelling you will need to check the local requirements with the government of each country you will visit. Via our partner we can also help you with organising Covid-19 testing. Please make sure you are clear on:
The paperwork that is required including forms and Covid-19 tests
Other travel restrictions including quarantine regulations
Please read through the advice for the country you are entering thoroughly and take note of what documentation you need to bring with you when you arrive at the port. You will not be able to travel if you do not have the correct documentation.
From the 1 October 2021, changes to government legislation will mean that most EU, EEA and Swiss nationals can only travel to the UK using a valid passport, unless they have applied to the EU Settlement Scheme by 30 June 2021 or otherwise have protected rights under the Citizens’ Rights Agreements.
ID cards will no longer be accepted as a valid travel document and it will not be possible to enter the UK using one.
Before contacting us, please check the FAQs below for the Covid-19 travel questions we're most frequently asked. You can also check out our FAQ section for more information about travelling with us.