From quarantine rules on arrival to whether the beaches are open we've rounded up lockdown measures for some of the most popular EU holiday destinations.
Many travel companies have hoarded your money during the Covid-19 crisis - so Which? uncovers who you can trust with your next holiday.
Villa Plus was refusing to refund many ‘villa-only’ customers who couldn't travel due to government restrictions leaving customers thousands of pounds out of pocket - until Which? applied the pressure.
Ryanair customers who want their money back sent to vouchers page instead - possibly breaking Consumer Protection law.
Holidaymakers with refund credit notes could end up paying more than £100 in legal fees to get their money back, if their holiday provider goes bust before the note can be converted to cash.
Holidaymakers who’ve been persuaded to accept credit notes rather than cash refunds are facing huge price increases when they try to re-book.
From quarantine rules and air bridges to travel insurance and airline cancellation policies we answer your questions on whether it’s safe to book a holiday.
British consumers could lose thousands in the event of travel company failures.
The truth about Ryanair refunds. More than eight in 10 customers still waiting on money back for cancelled flights
Which? survey finds just 5% of Ryanair passengers refunded within legal time frame – the worst of all airlines.
My airline, train or accommodation won’t cancel, but restrictions mean I can’t travel – can I get my money back?
Non-essential travel in the UK and abroad is still banned by the government due to coronavirus, but some companies are still not cancelling their bookings leaving consumers out of pocket.