Travellers can continue to book and travel with confidence, regardless of the outcome of Brexit on October 31st . If you’re visiting Europe after this date it’s recommended to check out the following specific government advice https://www.gov.uk/visit-europe-brexit?utm_source=Social&utm_medium=Partner&utm_campaign=UKTrav
To travel to Europe after Brexit there are things you need to do before you travel:
✓ Check your passport is valid for travel to Europe using the GOV.UK passport checker If you’re travelling to Europe after Brexit, you may need to renew your passport earlier than planned
✓ Get travel insurance that provides health cover in Europe
A health emergency in another country can be expensive. It’s important you get travel insurance that covers all your healthcare needs when travelling to Europe after Brexit.
✓ Check you have the right driving documents
You may need additional documents to drive in Europe after Brexit including an international driving permit (IDP) and a motor insurance ‘green card’.
✓ Arrange pet travel with your vet at least 4 months before your travel
After Brexit you will not be able to use the existing pet passport scheme. Allow 4 months to arrange pet travel to Europe. Speak to your vet about the right tests and documents.
We want you to continue to travel to Europe and enjoy your holidays.
Check what you need to do to prepare for travelling to Europe after Brexit at: gov.uk/visit- europe-brexit