BREXIT – What changed?
Brexit has not resulted in any appreciable changes for UK travellers.
As soon as deemed safe by the UK Government, tourists can visit us with a few differences:
VISA: No visa is required. A passport will suffice for stays of up to 90 days in any 180-day period.
DRIVING LICENCE: A European Driving Licence is now needed. Available for £5.50 at UK Post Offices.
TRAVEL INSURANCE/HEALTH: Britons are no longer covered by the European Health Insurance Card (though existing cards remain valid until they expire).
Travel Insurance is not obligatory, but highly advised.
PETS: The animal will need a UK Pet Passport. European Pet Passports are no longer valid for EU arrivals from the UK.
The pet must be microchipped and have a vaccination certificate issued by a vet 21 days before travel.
It’s advisable to make an appointment with your vet four months beforehand, to ensure compliance with the regulations.
Come and see us when you can!