The Dutch Government has announced that fully vaccinated travellers can visit the Netherlands without having to quarantine. The new rules will be in place from September 22 in a move that will ease travel for the double-jabbed.
Double-jabbed passengers will also have to take a PCR test on day two after arrival while unvaccinated travellers will need to take a second PCR on day eight.
British tourists will also be able to expect a more normal holiday visiting the Netherlands after September 22.
The Dutch Government has lifted various other restrictions including on numbers in bars and restaurants.
Venues can now serve at maximum capacity meaning that Amsterdam’s famous nightlife should be very lively for British tourists.
British tourists will need to have proof of vaccination if they want to enter busy venues in the Netherlands as the country is bringing in a Covid pass.
Everyone over the age of 13 will need to show the pass to gain entry to a popular venue to help stop the spread of Covid.
France has also recently brought in vaccination passes that tourists must show to enter hospitality venues.
In France, every child over 12 must have proof of vaccination or a negative Covid test from the last 72 hours.
The UK Government is expected to announce a lifting of certain travel restrictions tomorrow in a fresh update.
PCR tests for double-jabbed passengers are expected to be scrapped and replaced with cheaper lateral flow tests.
Turkey is expected to move to the amber list along with half of the other countries currently on the red list.
It is expected that unvaccinated passengers will face the same or stricter restrictions on testing than now.