The British government plans to allow foreign travel from 17 May. It is not yet clear which countries will be included in the so-called “green list”, consisting of at least 30 states, but there are assumptions, according to the Daily Mail.
After the opening of international tourism in the country, 30 countries can enter the priority list. After visiting them, you will not need to withstand quarantine at home, and this, of course, will be a good reason when planning your trip. Potential candidates for a place on the “green list” include Iceland, Israel, and several Caribbean countries. It is expected that Dubai, Portugal, Barbados will also receive approval, but Spain and France are unlikely.
The head of the travel agency PC Travel Agency Paul Charles is almost sure that the priority list will be the Seychelles, UAE, Saint Lucia, Malta, Morocco, Jamaica, Israel. Of the European countries, only Portugal is so far named, but still we should wait for the official announcement of the British government in May.