There are many great reasons to staycation in the UK, from iconic landmarks to some of the country’s most stunning coastlines, and it doesn’t have to break the bank either.
The cost of living in the UK is a lot lower than in some other European countries, making it a great destination for budget travellers. For example, a pint of beer in London will set you back around £3.50 whereas in Madrid it costs on average €7 (£6).
Many people nowadays are turning to online platforms to find the perfect resort, hotel or cottage for their next booking.
There are many benefits that come with finding your next holiday destination through an online search engine. One of the most notable benefits is that you will have access to all types of accommodation, from 5 star hotels and stylish cottages, car hire and excursions all available in one place.
Another benefit is that you will be able to book your holiday in just a few clicks if you choose an online platform.
Booking your next break has never been so easy!
The distance between the UK’s most northern point and its most southern point is 600 miles. The coastline of the United Kingdom stretches over 7,700 kilometres. At it widest it’s 300 miles across and at no point in it’s landmass are you more than 75 miles from the sea.
It is quite incredible for such a small country to have so much history, culture, languages and dialects, landscapes and weather. No wonder “staycations” post lockdown have become so popular. Post Brexit staycations have had a boost in popularity due to the lockdown and to issues relating to Brexit and travel restrictions.
Whilst travel abroad has opened up there are still restrictions to some extent. See formal Government advice here
Red List Countries
The red list of countries are as follows (You should not travel to red list countries or territories.)
|Afghanistan||Angola||Argentina||Bolivia||Botswana||Brazil||Burundi||Cape Verde||Chile||Colombia||Congo (Democratic Republic)||Costa Rica||Cuba||Dominican Republic||Ecuador||Eritrea||Eswatini||Ethiopia||French Guiana||Georgia||Guyana||Haiti||Indonesia||Lesotho||Malawi||Mayotte||Mexico||Mongolia||Montenegro||Mozambique||Myanmar||Namibia||Nepal||Panama||Paraguay||Peru||Philippines||Réunion||Rwanda||Seychelles||Sierra Leone||Somalia||South Africa||Sudan||Suriname||Tanzania||Thailand||Trinidad and Tobago||Tunisia||Uganda||Uruguay||Venezuela||Zambia||Zimbabwe|
There seems to be a lust for overseas travel post lockdown, and no wonder why. Consumers had to endure a missed opportunity to travel in 2020 and by 2021 the desire to resume normality has been phenomenal.
According to data gleaned from Google the most popular search term relating to “travel to” was as follows;
If you wish to travel abroad from England this is from the UK Government website and their copyright is recognised
What you need to do to travel abroad
Before you travel abroad, you need to check the entry rules for the country you want to go to.
You should check foreign travel advice to find out if:
- the country you want to go to will allow people from England to enter
- the UK government advises against all but essential travel to the country
Foreign travel advice will also tell you if you will need to:
- show proof of a negative COVID-19 test or proof of vaccination status to enter a country
- quarantine when you arrive there
Travel abroad checklist
- Check foreign travel advice for all countries you will visit or travel through.
- Arrange any COVID-19 tests you will need to take to enter those countries.
- Find out how you can use the NHS COVID Pass to demonstrate your vaccination status abroad.
There is no reason to stay at home. The world is opening up book your dream holiday now.