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PCR tests dropped for vaccinated holidaymakers – what does it mean for holidays?

PCR tests dropped for vaccinated holidaymakers – what does it mean for holidays?

The government has announced that from 4 October, fully vaccinated arrivals into England will no longer need to take a pre-departure test before travelling from a non-red country or territory,...

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Should I book my cheap PCR Covid-19 test with Randox, Express Test or another company?

Should I book my cheap PCR Covid-19 test with Randox, Express Test or another company?

Choosing a trustworthy and affordable testing provider is a crucial part of your holiday planning checklist. But the government’s list of hundreds of providers gives no indication of quality, so...

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It’s official: these are the prettiest towns and villages in the UK according to Which? Travel readers

It’s official: these are the prettiest towns and villages in the UK according to Which? Travel readers

Whether you’re looking for thatched roofs, well-tended gardens or babbling brooks, nationwide you’ll find beautiful village and town destinations with traditional splendour unique to a UK break. But where did Which? readers rate as prettiest?

Refund rights: Kiwi.com failed to refund cancelled flight for over a year

Refund rights: Kiwi.com failed to refund cancelled flight for over a year

A Kiwi.com customer was forced to wait for more than 12 months for a refund, after Easyjet cancelled his trip from Larnaca, Cyprus, to Edinburgh via Milan.  John Silverton told...

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Croatia and Austria set expiry date on holidaymakers’ vaccination status

Croatia and Austria set expiry date on holidaymakers’ vaccination status

The new travel rules would mean that holidaymakers are only considered immune for 270 days after a second jab (approximately nine months).

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