Foreign Office removes advice against holidays in Bulgaria and Croatia

By Linsey McNeill
16/07/2021
Home » Foreign Office removes advice against holidays in Bulgaria and Croatia

The Foreign Office has removed Bulgaria and Croatia from its no-go list after the Government announced they will move to its green and green watchlists respectively from Monday.

In an update this morning, the FCDO said it was no longer advising against non-essential travel to either country.

From 4am on Monday, they will join a small handful of destinations where all non-vaccinated Brits can travel without needing to quarantine when returning to the UK.

Also on the list are Madeira, Malta, Gibraltar, Iceland and Israel, among others.

However, the Balearic islands will move from green to amber at 4am on Monday due to soaring coronavirus cases.

There are also fears that the islands and France might move to the red list, according to reports in the Telegraph.

The FCDO has also removed its travel advisory for several other amber-list countries, including Mauritius, Belgium, Poland and Monaco  – but it is now advising against non-essential travel to Cuba, which will move from the amber to the red list on Monday.

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