Countries you can travel to from the UK without Covid rules including Hungary and Mexico


There are no restrictions for UK visitors to Hungary

Countries in Europe and beyond are working to ease all travel restrictions related to Covid while opening up to tourism. International travelers are accustomed to taking pre- and post-flight checks, perhaps self-isolating and filling out passenger location forms.

Some countries will require proof of vaccination or recovery from Covid-19, but the list of countries below does not require proof of vaccination or testing status. These include countries such as Hungary, Denmark, Ireland, Poland, Romania, Mexico and Costa Rica, according to the Liverpool Echo report.


Travelers to Ireland will not need to show a negative vaccination, cure or test. There are no requirements for testing or quarantine and no passenger tracking form is required. If you develop symptoms of COVID-19 while in Ireland, you should follow HSE’s instructions for isolation and take antigen or PCR tests as needed.


Hungary lifted all restrictions imposed on Covid-19 on March 7. You do not need to show proof of vaccination or a negative test to enter the country, regardless of your vaccination status.


All restrictions related to COVID-19 were lifted on March 9. There is no need for quarantine or testing before entering Romania or filling out a passenger tracking form.


The obligation to quarantine on arrival in Poland has been lifted from March 28. Furthermore, it is no longer necessary to prove vaccination status upon arrival. Pre-departure testing is no longer required for travelers from non-Schengen countries, including the UK.


Entry to Denmark does not require COVID-19 testing or self-isolation requirements.


Entry requirements are the same for all travelers, regardless of their COVID-19 vaccination status. You do not need to present your vaccination status to enter Norway.


There are no travel restrictions related to COVID-19 in Iceland.

the black Mountain

It is not necessary to provide a vaccination status or a negative test result to enter Montenegro.


You will no longer need a vaccination certificate to enter Slovenia.


British citizens traveling to Lithuania from the UK will not be required to confirm their vaccination status upon receiving a COVID-19 or negative COVID-19 test result.

Madeira (Portugal)

Before traveling to Madeira and Puerto Santo, you are advised to fill out the passenger website form. If you are traveling with children under the age of 11, please fill in their details on the form.

There are no other requirements to enter Madeira and Puerto Santo.


There are no Covid entry requirements for Brits traveling to Mexico, but you will need to fill out an immigration form and you will need to log in and leave the holiday hotspot.

When it comes to trying the priceless package, Mexico has an incredible variety of places to visit, while Cancun and Tulum are generally best if you have all-inclusive resorts, beautiful beaches, and plenty of great bars and restaurants.

Costa Rica

Costa Rica has canceled travel insurance claims related to Covid, the latest Covid travel rules. However, the British Foreign Office says that “the Costa Rican government could restrict travel or introduce new rules in the short term, for example due to the new COVID-19 variant.”


From 1 April, people arriving in Sweden from the UK will no longer have to present a negative COVID-19 test or vaccination certificate to visit Sweden.

the moldive Islands

The Maldives has scrapped all rules regarding vaccinations and Covid tests for travelers.

Source: Belfastlive


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