Bulgaria and Croatia are the latest European countries to join the UK’s green list of quarantine-free destinations this summer.
From 4am BST on 19 July, people travelling to either country will be expected to take a pre-departure and post-arrival COVID-19 test, where quarantining will only be required if either test comes back positive.
They join the 29 destinations in total that have green status in the UK, including Barbados, Gibraltar, and Iceland.
It’s not all bad news for those dismayed by the government’s Balearic Islands U-turn – those dismayed by its reclassification as an amber-list destination now have two extra European holiday spots to choose from.
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