Entry requirements for popular destinations

Travel Gossip has compiled a list of the entry rules for the most popular holiday destinations.

The tick in the Travel Guidance chart, under the destination name, indicates the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO)  is advising against travel. This could be all travel or just non-essential travel.

We will keep the chart up to date as the regulations change and you are welcome to download and share.

Please note these are for guidance only and you should always check with the FCDO for the latest advice before booking.

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