Britain’s “travel corridors” seem to be depleting week by week.
Quarantine-free destinations have been removed from the list – including Denmark, Iceland, Slovakia and the Caribbean island of Curacao last week.
Other popular tourist hotspots that have been taken off include Spain and France.
So where can UK holidaymakers visit without quarantining?
While Brits have the green light to travel to 60 countries on the list, many of these have implemented obstacles for tourists.
This leaves just nine destinations that are restriction-free, the Mirror reports.
Currently, Brits are able to visit:
- Mainland Greece
- San Marino
San Marino and Liechtenstein may be difficult to access though as they don’t have their own airports.
It’s also worth noting that destinations can be taken off the list at any time.
Brits have been told to prepare for potential quarantine – even if they’re travelling to countries that are deemed “safe”.
Transport Secretary Grant Shapps said: "As with all air bridge countries, please be aware that things can change quickly.
"Only travel if you are content to unexpectedly 14-day quarantine if required (I speak from experience!)"
Scotland's Justice Secretary Humza Yousaf echoed these thoughts.
He said: "We cannot emphasise enough that if people choose to travel abroad, they must be aware that quarantine requirements may change while they are away.
"The same can be said for the rules within the country or territory people are travelling to.
"If people do travel from any country that is not exempt from the requirements, they will be required to quarantine for 14 days on return, please check the Scottish Government website for more information on what this means.
"As I have said previously, we do not make these decisions lightly, but suppressing the virus and protecting public health is vital."
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