Will I be able to go skiing next winter? A country-by-country guide to Covid restrictions in ski resorts as travel corridors introduced
Ski holidays in Europe are set to be back in business next winter as the government brings in list of 59 quarantine-free destinations
The government has today released a ‘safe list’ of quarantine-exempt destinations, allowing international holidays to kickstart from July 10.
This list of 59 countries banishes the need for travellers visiting the named nations, which are deemed as low risk, to quarantine on arrival home in the UK, news many have been waiting for for months – although the destination itself could still impose a quarantine.
While initially the announcement of these ‘travel corridors’ will provide a lifeline to summer holidays and operators, it also shines a ray of hope on next season’s ski holidays, with the majority of winter destinations in Europe, plus Japan, named as safe.
The list lifts the Foreign Office ban on non-essential travel to all the named destinations from