There is speculation that Portugal could be taken off the UK’s travel ban list at the end of August. However, nothing has been confirmed as of yet. So, what’s the situation looking like in Portugal and will Brits be able to enjoy the last of the summer there?
Many people visualising a life in the Portuguese sun instantly think of the Algarve region. The south of the country delivers millions of perfect holidays every year, so it’s no wonder people from other nations begin to imagine themselves living there. But as the locals are always keen to point out, there’s more to Portugal than the Algarve.
Portugal has been praised for its handling of the COVID-19 crisis and is beginning to ease lockdown measures. With an air bridge between the UK potentially being introduced at the end of this month, we assess what travelling to Portugal may look like in the near future.
Lockdown in Portugal is easing and, just in time for this glorious weather, beaches are set to open by 6th June. And with Portugal saying there will be no quarantine, travel is likely to be possible this summer.
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