Will Brexit affect my holiday?

The UK left the EU with a withdrawal agreement on 31 January and a transition period is in place until the end of 2020. The UK and EU are currently discussing what rules and regulations will be in place from 2021 onwards. 

Based on the most recent advice, we believe there will be minimal disruption for holidaymakers, regardless of whether a Brexit deal is agreed.

What we do know is that:

  • Your passport will need to be valid for a minimum of six months from the start of your holiday
  • You won't need a visa to holiday in Europe
  • You may need to stand in a different queue for passport checks at border control, although additional security checks won't be required
  • All travel options are expected to run as normal

You can book with complete peace of mind. If you have any questions, don't hesitate to contact our team on 020 610 0186.

We'll continue to update our Brexit advice as new information becomes available, so please bookmark this page for future updates.
 

 

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