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How travel got it's wings back

The easiest destinations on Earth

Countries that have dropped all of their travel restrictions.





The Channel Islands


Travel is pretty much back to normal now, and if you've had your jabs and filled out the paperwork you can head off on holiday almost as easily as ever.

But now the UK has dropped all of our travel rules, you might be looking for somewhere with literally zero restrictions or paperwork too. Here's our top six picks.



There are no Covid restrictions of any sort to visit Iceland. Vaxxed or unvaxxed, just head over and walk straight in, and while you're there don't miss the whales, waterfalls, geysers, Northern Lights or the Blue Lagoon!

Read our Iceland travel guide.

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If you want an absolutely zero-admin holiday, Mexico has absolutely no restrictions coming in. Masks in public places is pretty much it, so you don't need to worry about vaccine passports or different rules for you and the kids.

There's no hiding the fact that it's a long way - 11 hours direct from London to Cancun. But once you're there, the beaches are idyllic, the ruins just down the coast at Coba and Chichen Itza some of the most remarkable in the world. And if you want to spend your holiday snorkelling, the Yucatan Peninsula has the world's second largest barrier reef.

Read our Mexico travel guide.

Dublin, Ireland

Dublin Ireland

Part of the Common Travel Area, a pre-Brexit (and even pre-EU) free-travel area between the UK and Ireland, Dublin and the whole of Ireland are now as accessible as ever with all travel restrictions dropped.

While Dublin is famous for its world-class pubs, there's so much more to the city than its tipple. It has a long and rich history waiting to be discovered, beautiful arts and architecture and even the largest walled park in Europe, Phoenix Park.

Read our Dublin travel guide.



It's still skiing season in Norway, and will be until the end of April. And with no restrictions at all to come and go from Norway, it's not too late if you want a ski trip, citybreak or a fabulous wilderness to explore. As the weather becomes slightly warmer Norway is a great destination, and practically on the doorstep.

The Channel Islands


Part of the same Common Travel Area that makes a trip to Ireland so straightforward, the Channel Islands of Jersey and Guernsey have dropped all of their Covid restrictions so it's a simple ferry or plane over, and you can start exploring as soon as your feet touch the ground.

Spring is a great time to see the islands - the relaxed pace of life, gentle climate and beaches make for a excellent, traditional family holiday, and they're amongst the easiest overseas destinations you could possibly visit.

Read our Jersey travel guide.

Read our Guernsey travel guide.

A UK short break


Right now you can head overseas by boat or by plane, see somewhere exotic or somewhere very like home, soak up the sun or ski, all without filling out a single Covid form. But if you still don't fancy leaving the UK, we can help you enjoy a break here at home.

Our UK short breaks include theatre trips to the capital, theme parks all over the UK as well as castles, museums, gardens and even stadium tours.

Book a UK short break.