Brits can now only travel to 9 countries without coronavirus travel restrictions

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As coronavirus continues to wreak havoc, it can seem like the whole world is closed off.

As in the UK, most countries have their own form of restrictions – whether it be self isolating after travel, social distancing rules or the use of face coverings.

The Foreign Office is still advising British nationals against all but essential international travel – except for countries on the exemption list.

But as countries see spikes of coronavirus infection, more and more voluntaries are being removed from the safe travel list.

Last week Denmark, Slovakia, Iceland and Curacao were removed due to the rise of coronavirus cases in those areas.

This leaves just a very small number of destinations where British travellers can actually go without having to take a coronavirus test before departing – or having to quarantine on the way back.

That said, there are still more than 60 countries and terrifies on the UK “green list”.

That means those who return don’t need to self-isolate in the UK.

But many of these places have their own restrictions for travellers who arrive from the UK.

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In fact, some of these places are completely closed to UK tourist, report the Manchester Evening News.

As of today, October 1, those hoping to go abroad without restrictions either side only have nine options to choose from.

However, two of these restrictions – Lichtenstein and San Marino – are so small they don’t even have international airports.

That means there are technically only seven places Brits can fly to from England.

Places travellers from England can fly to without tests or quarantine either side

  • Turkey
  • Mainland Greece plus some of Greek islands
  • Italy
  • Germany
  • Poland
  • Sweden
  • Lichtenstein
  • Gibraltar
  • San Marino

Remember that if you do travel you will need to complete a Passenger Locator Form by law when returning to the UK.

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