Information on the current travel situation in UK
provided by LCC In2Scotland
Is travel currently possible in your destination?
Yes. If you’re a resident or visitor travelling to the UK, you must provide your journey and contact details.
You’ll also need to self-isolate in the place you’re staying for the first 14 days after you arrive, unless you’re travelling from certain countries or territories. You may be fined up to £100 if you refuse to provide your contact details. You may be fined more if you break this rule more than once. You may also be fined up to £1,000 if you refuse to self-isolate, or you could face further action. There are different self-isolation rules and penalties depending on whether you are travelling to:
When you do not need to self-isolate
You may not need to self-isolate for 14 days if you’re travelling from some countries or territories.
These countries or territories are different depending on whether you’re travelling to:
• Northern Ireland
You still have to provide your journey and contact details.
You’ll still need to self-isolate if you’ve visited or made a ‘transit stop’ in the previous 14 days in any country that is not on the list. A ‘transit stop’ is a stop where passengers can get on or off a coach, ferry, train or plane. Your ticket should say if a stop is a transit stop. The 14 days begin from the date you left that country.
Are special safety measures locally in place?
More information provided here: https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/coronavirus-outbreak-faqs-what-you-can-and-cant-do/coronavirus-outbreak-faqs-what-you-can-and-cant-do
Are hotels and restaurants open? Which restrictions/rules are in place?
Restaurants, Bars, cafes and shops are now open with various restrictions inplace such as adhering to Social distancing etc. Facemasks are mandatory in Shops.
Where can travellers look up the latest information?
Are flexible cancellation/change of reservation conditions in place?
Some suppliers are providing this.