Great news! after the sententious collaboration of UN-WHO in finding the COVID-19 vaccine, approx 88% of the UK citizens are vaccinated with at least one dose of updated COVID-19 vaccine, while 69% have completed their two-dose schedule —as of mid-July. Borris Johnson earlier this month announced that the gap between the two doses of Astrazeneca Vaccine has been reduced to eight weeks from twelve weeks.
In addition, the regulatory body has approved the BioNTech vaccine for the 12 to 15 years age group. So, everything is looking awesome, and we can live the pre-COVID-19 life soon. Now, in this article, we will put forth the countries which have opened the doors to UK residents who have taken both their jobs. Read on as we talk about these countries in detail:-
After a long ban on the flyers from the UK to enter the territory of Germany now they have eased the restrictions from 7th July. Those who are fully vaccinated don’t have to undergo the 10-days mandatory quarantine for travelers who haven’t taken both their doses. They don’t have to produce the COVID-19 negative at the airport security check.
In case you or someone in your family have a phobia of flying, make sure you address it at the first palace. Joining a Fear of flying online crash course with lettuce of flight captains will eliminate all the dubs concerning aviation safety. The more knowledge you have regarding technical sounds airplanes are, the less likely you will feel anxious as you board the plane.
What to do in Germany?
There is so much to do and explore in Germany. Take a tour of the Berlin wall, if you want to know the history of Germany, and how the east and west were united.
The Berchtesgaden National Park is a haven of mind-rejuvenating crystal clear lakes, sleepy little villages, and lush forests.
The Middle Rhine Valley harbors historic vineyards, idyllic castles, and old towns.
If you took both doses of the COVID-19 vaccine at least weeks before arriving at the airport, you can have a vacation in Portugal.
What to do in Portugal?
There are so many terrific things to do and see in Portugal. Explore the hidden cave beaches of Algarve. Surf after high waves of 100 meters at Nazare.
Visit the Mosteiro dos Jeronimos, to explore the rich culture and history of the country — the tomb of renowned Portuguese poet Luis de Camoes.
The oceanarium in Lisbon is a must-visit if you are traveling with kids. The aquarium is full of a myriad of creatures — sharks, rays, sea otters & penguins —and different ecosystems. Relax at the Matosinhos Beach, and enjoy water sport activities.
The neighbor of the UK is another destination to visit if you are fully vaccinated. Those who have taken both doses with valid proof can enter the territory of the UK with no quarantine and a negative COVID-19 report is required.
What to do in Iceland?
There are many tourist attractions in Portugal. Starting with the majestic Cliffs of Moher to explore the wonders of nature. Grafton Street is a place to shop, with street artists, buskers, and flower-sellers creating a lively ambiance.
The cafe culture is something you will find nowhere. The spectacular Killarney National Park should be in your places to visit list in Ireland to see the traditional farms and gardens.
The oldest Trinity College in Dublin is Ireland’s ancient treasure. Glendalough is home to many monastic sites in Ireland.
After 2nd July, to enter the territory of Spain from the UK, you either need to provide proof of vaccination or a COVID-19 certificate.
Spain is also on the amber list, which means upon return from Spain, you won’t be quarantined in the UK upon arrival.
What to do in Spain?
There are several things to do in Spain for an incredible vacation. Witness the famous Antoni Gaudi’s Artwork at Barcelona. While you are admiring the works of Gaudi, you have the opportunity to visit the Camp Nou Stadium.
Even if you don’t get to see a live match in the world’s most top-ranked stadium, take a tour of the stadium.
Take a bite of Tapas, the staple dish of Spanish people.
Don’t forget to watch The Popular Flamenco show, because then your trip to Spain would be incomplete.
Fully vaccinated UK citizens can get entry to Iceland if they prove they have taken the second dose fifteen days earlier.
What to do in Iceland?
On an island of magnificent landscapes, it can be overwhelming to decide things to do and see. If you want to explore the diverse features of Iceland’s landscape, then you should plan a visit to the Snæfellsnes Peninsula.
Iceland’s South Coast is popular amongst the global vacationers; explore the black sand beaches. The glaciers and coastal erosion effects of Iceland are worth witnessing with someone special.
The Blue Lagoon is the world’s most visited geothermal natural spa. Rich in minerals, the spa is power-packed with good bacteria which has numerous health benefits.
The United Kingdom is on the amber list of countries of France. It means those who are not fully vaccinated can be allowed to enter only under special circumstances, such as medical reasons.
Travelers who have taken both doses of the COVID-19 vaccines, don’t have to self-isolate.
However, they are required to produce a negative COVID-19 seventy-two hours before their arrival.
What to do in France?
Watching the majestic views of the sunset at the Eiffel Tower tops the list of incredible things to do in France
Take a breathtaking Seine River Cruise to see the entire Paris in a relaxing and enjoyable way.
Walk the Old Quarters of Paris to understand the ambiance of medieval Paris.
Discover the Charm of Artists’ Villages in Provence. Plan to attend the Royal Serenade at the Château de Versailles.
Greece is welcoming the citizens of the UK, those who have been fully vaccinated, a valid antibody report or a negative CVID-19 test report.
What to do in Greece?
There are a wealth of options with regards to things to do in Greece. Start your trip by visiting the famous statue of Athena, the goddess of Athens.
If you want some breathtaking adventure, then climb Mount Olympus.
Blessed with natural beauty, Lake Plastira is perfect if you want to enjoy canoeing or rafting. Santorini, the Island of Thira is known for picture-postcard looks.
Finally, as a piece of advice, even after being fully vaccinated, it is essential to follow the COVID-19 appropriate behavior to eliminate any odds of catching the infection, which is highly rare.