The Green List: Countries You Can Travel to From the UK

Looking for some travel inspiration? Check out our list of Countries You Can Travel to from the UK, including all the latest info on entry requirements.

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There are many reasons why you might want to travel from the UK. Maybe you’re eager to explore new cultures, boost your career prospects or simply take a break from the British weather!

Whatever your reason for wanting to travel, the good news is that there are plenty of countries you can visit without having to apply for a visa in advance. In fact, British citizens can travel to 173 different destinations without a visa, according to figures from the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO).

So, if you’re looking for some inspiration for your next trip, check out our list of countries you can travel to from the UK without a visa.

The Green List

The list of countries you can travel to without having to quarantine on your return has been released – and it looks pretty good for summer getaways.

So far, 12 countries have made the cut and been placed on the so-called ‘green list’, which was compiled by the government’s global travel taskforce.

The list includes Portugal, Gibraltar, Israel, Australia, New Zealand, Brunei, Iceland, Singapore and South Korea.

It means that from May 17th, Britons will be able to jet off to these destinations without having to self-isolate on their return.

However, holidaymakers have been warned that they may need to take a Covid test before and after their trip, as well as during it in some instances.

They have also been told to check the entry requirements of their chosen destination before travelling.

UK to Europe

As the UK begins to open up again after lockdown, many of us are looking forward to getting back to exploring. Although international travel is still some way off for most of us, it is possible to travel to some countries from the UK now. Here is a list of countries in Europe that you can travel to from the UK, as well as the restrictions that are in place.

-Czech Republic
Lithuania Malta Netherlands Norway Poland Portugal Romania Slovakia Slovenia Spain Sweden Switzerland

UK to North America

The United States, Canada and Mexico are all countries that you can travel to from the UK without the need for a visa. You will however need to ensure that you have a valid passport and meet the entry requirements for each country.

The United States:
-You must have a valid passport
-You must have a return or onward ticket
-You must be able to demonstrate that you have enough money to support yourself during your stay
-You must be staying for 90 days or less
-You must not have any criminal convictions

-You must have a valid passport
-You must have a return or onward ticket
-You must be able to demonstrate that you have enough money to support yourself during your stay
-You must be staying for 90 days or less -You cannot have any criminal convictions

UK to Asia

The UK has some of the best transport links in the world, making it easy to get around. And with so many different countries to choose from, there’s always somewhere new to explore.

If you’re looking for a bit of adventure, why not try one of these Asian destinations? With a wide range of cultures and landscapes, there’s something for everyone.

1. Thailand
2. Vietnam
3. Cambodia
4. Laos
5. Burma (Myanmar)
6. Indonesia
7. Malaysia
8. Singapore
9. Brunei

UK to Australasia

While the UK is currently on lockdown due to the coronavirus pandemic, many people are daydreaming about their next holiday.Australasia is a popular travel destination for Brits, with its stunning scenery and friendly locals. Here are the countries in Australasia you can currently travel to from the UK:

-New Zealand
-Papua New Guinea
– Solomon Islands
– Vanuatu
– New Caledonia
– Kiribati
– Tuvalu

UK to South America

As the UK begins to reopen after months of lockdown due to the coronavirus pandemic, many people are looking to book a holiday. If you’re planning a trip from the UK, you’ll need to make sure your destination is on the government’s travel corridors list.

The list – which is updated every week – currently includes destinations in Europe, Asia and South America. Here are all the countries you can currently travel to from the UK without having to quarantine:

-Falkland Islands (Malvinas)
-French Guiana
-Malvinas (Falkland Islands)                                                              
-Saint Pierre and Miquelon
-South Georgia and Sandwich Islands
                                Uruguay       Venezuela

UK to Africa

The African countries included on the Green List are:
-South Africa (from 17 May)
Travellers should check the Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office (FCDO) travel advice for their destination before they travel.

UK to the Middle East

The Middle East is a region of the world that is often in the news for political reasons. However, there are a number of countries in the Middle East that are safe to visit, and which offer a great travel experience.

If you are thinking of traveling to the Middle East from the UK, here are a few countries that you might want to consider:

-Saudi Arabia
-United Arab Emirates

UK to the Caribbean

The Caribbean is a region consisting of the Caribbean Sea, its islands and the surrounding coasts. The region is southeast of the Gulf of Mexico and north of South America. The majority of the area lies on the Caribbean Plate.

The term “Caribbean” has multiple uses. Its principal ones are geographical and cultural. Geographically, the Caribbean includes all islands lying between Cuba and Trinidad & Tobago, including those belonging to nations not considered Caribbean.

Culturally, the Buyufe (colloquial Creole: kweyol or kreyol) peoples include the mainland Guianas (Guyana, Suriname, French Guiana), as well as Trinidad & Tobago, Belize, Jamaica and Haiti — indeed all countries which have significant African heritage populations although sometimes lacking in full Buyufe cultural expression.

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