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Brexit: advice for guests

We have understandably had lots of questions about what impact Brexit may have on our holidays. Here are the most common questions so far, with answers we hope will reassure you.

As we have received a number of calls and e-mails from guests with queries about the potential impact of Brexit, we have put together this brief Q&A to answer the most common questions.

1. If there is ‘no deal’ or 'hard' Brexit, will my holiday still go ahead?

Please be assured that whatever happens around Brexit, there is nothing to suggest that your holiday plans will be impacted after 31st January 2020. The UK is currently on track to enter a transition period at the end of January. Further to this, it has been agreed that flights between EU countries and the UK will continue to operate as normal until at least December 2020.

2. Are you offering any guarantees to customers?

As we are an ATOL and ABTA bonded UK travel company, guests booking with us enjoy comprehensive consumer protection. Your holiday will be protected under the Package Travel Regulations, which means you have the right to a full refund if, for any reason, we can no longer provide your holiday.

3. Will I need a visa to travel to Europe after Brexit?

No, you will not need a visa to travel to the EU after Brexit.

The UK government and ABTA have also put together some useful information about holidaying in the EU after the 31st January 2020. These resources can be found below:

ABTA Advice for travellers: https://www.abta.com/tips-and-advice/brexit-advice-for-travellers

Guidance for UK nationals travelling to the EU: https://www.gov.uk/guidance/uk-nationals-travelling-to-eu-essential-information

Passport validity checker: https://www.passport.service.gov.uk/check-a-passport