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Balearic Islands to be added to England’s Covid amber list

Ministers have performed a U-turn on the Balearic Islands by removing the Spanish holiday destination from the UK’s quarantine-free “green list” after only two...

Wales and Cumbria top UK summer destination list, survey finds

North Wales and Cumbria are the most popular destinations for Britons looking to holiday in the UK this summer, overtaking the coastal and rural...

Amber list travel: places to visit this summer quarantine-free

With changes to the UK travel rules, an overseas summer holiday is now a realistic prospect for Britons who have been fully vaccinated at...

Shapps ends quarantine rule for fully vaccinated amber-list travellers

Holidaymakers from England travelling to amber list countries will not have to quarantine on return if they are fully vaccinated, but Britons living overseas...

Write to roam: why armchair travelling is back in fashion

Some will go on a “great trudge” from the Hook of Holland to Istanbul. Others will explore the canyonlands of Utah or the mountains...

Europe’s first kosher ecohotel opens in Kent

It seems an unlikely place to find in Kent’s greenbelt, but Europe’s first kosher ecohotel is putting itself on the map with a mix...

Britons will need negative Covid test or both jabs to travel to Balearics

Britons travelling to the Balearic islands will need to show either a negative PCR test or proof they have been fully vaccinated against the...

Oliver Twist’s London spotlit in new exhibition and walking tour

When Charles Dickens was writing Oliver Twist in 1837, he required a suitably horrible magistrate to preside over Oliver’s trial for pick-pocketing. Dickens knew...

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