From Spain and Italy to France, find out when you can spend your favorite vacation again – in quarantine – The Sun

0
82


A COLD drink in your hand and your toes in the sand is what we dream of right now. And the British could be less than a month away from a holiday abroad.

Croatia and Portugal are open for business – so once scheduled flights resume in June and government rules allow, there is nothing to stop us from enjoying a summer break in both countries.

ten

British people are so close to making their summer dreams come true with destinations already open for business, find out where you could travelCredits: Getty Images – Getty

Even countries hard hit by the coronavirus, including Italy and Spain, are lowering some of their restrictions. But Greece and Cyprus will currently only accept tourists from countries with lower infection rates than the United Kingdom.

Here, Jacob Lewis is watching when we might be able to go to some of the most popular destinations. . .

CROATIA

WHEN? Now!

  Since last Friday, the British have been able to enter Croatia, but few flights are available, so you will have to take a ferryten
Since last Friday, the British have been able to enter Croatia, but few flights are available, so you will have to take a ferryCredit: Getty – Contributor

On Friday, the British were able to enter Croatia, if they can provide confirmation of the accommodation reservation upon arrival.

But with few flights available at the moment, your best bet would be a ferry to Germany, then via Austria and Slovenia.

From June 15, Wizz Air will fly direct from London to Split from £ 133 return.

PORTUGAL

WHEN? Now!

  Portugal to start accepting tourists from next Saturday, and most Algarve hotels are already openten
Portugal to start accepting tourists from next Saturday, and most Algarve hotels are already openCredits: Getty Images – Getty

THANKS to the early foreclosure, Portugal has kept Covid’s business much lower than many of its neighbors, with much of its tourism industry already planned for the summer, with most Algarve hotels now open.

Lisbon will start accepting international visitors from next Saturday, and Wizz Air flights to Faro will be available for departures from June 16.

SPAIN

WHEN? Maybe july

  Spain plans to open to international tourists from July, and is already starting to open terraces and restaurantsten
Spain plans to open to international tourists from July, and is already starting to open terraces and restaurantsCredits: Solarpix

SPAIN is starting to return to normal, with cafes and restaurant terraces open in some areas and group meetings of up to ten allowed.

It plans to open to international tourists starting in July, starting with EU countries, and the Balearic regional government has worked with British tour operators to allow British visitors to return.

DUBAI

WHEN? Maybe july

  Dubai could be open to tourists from July, but nothing is certain yetten
Dubai may open to tourists from July, but nothing is certain yetCredits: Getty Images – Getty

The United Arab Emirates suspended all inbound flights on March 24.

Dubai tourism chief Helal Al Marri said, “Many countries remain closed.”

“Will it be in July when things slowly start to open? Will it be September?

“We just have to make sure we are ready if things happen earlier than expected. “

ITALY

WHEN? Maybe july

  Italy eases lockdown and EU visitors will be allowed to travel from June 3, but British will have to wait longerten
Italy eases lockout and EU visitors will be allowed to travel from June 3, but British will have to wait longerCredits: Getty Images – Getty

ITALY is beginning to loosen the lockdown rules, with EU visitors to be admitted first from June 3 but no plans to return the British, although they are expected to return this summer.

Unlike Spain, where the British make up most of its visitors, Italy does not seem in a hurry to risk a second viral wave by allowing us to return too early.

GREECE

WHEN? Maybe july

  Greece hopes to welcome the British before the end of the summer, despite the high rate of infections in the United Kingdomten
Greece hopes to welcome the British before the end of the summer, despite the high rate of infections in the United KingdomCredits: Getty Images – Getty

The high rate of corona infections in the United Kingdom also did not go unnoticed in Greece, where the virus was widely contained.

He hopes to welcome the British before the end of the summer, but travelers from 29 other countries, including Germany, Cyprus and Israel, will be the first to visit on June 15.

CYPRUS

WHEN? Maybe july

  Cyprus will not welcome British tourists until Julyten
Cyprus will not welcome British tourists until JulyCredit: Getty – Contributor

CYPRUS plans to reopen its airports on June 9 in “low risk” countries such as Germany, Greece, Israel and Malta.

Deputy Minister of Tourism Savvas Perdios said the British may not be allowed to return until July.

Scientists advising the Cypriot government believe that the United Kingdom has not made enough progress to contain the virus.

TURKEY

WHEN? Maybe august

  Turkey may not allow foreign visitors for a while, British may not be able to get there before Augustten
Turkey may not allow foreign visitors for a while, British may not be able to get there before AugustCredits: Getty Images – Getty

We could miss our return to our favorite Turkish destinations for the whole summer.

Turkey is expected to boost domestic tourism at any time, with the beaches opening next month, but foreign visitors will have a longer wait.

Some European citizens could be welcomed again at the end of July.

FRANCE

WHEN? Maybe august

  France is unlikely to welcome British tourists again for a long time, as it has announced a 14-day quarantine rule for arrivalsten
France is unlikely to welcome British tourists back for a long time, as it has announced a 14-day quarantine rule for arrivalsCredits: Getty Images – Getty

FRANCE has been among the strictest in terms of resumption of foreign travel.

Domestic tourism could resume in July, but the British are unlikely to return.

In response to Interior Minister Priti Patel’s 14-day quarantine rule for arrivals, France announced a similar requirement for British arrivals from June 8.

The National Trust will begin to reopen its parks and gardens from June 3





LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here