Girl walking along a bridge by a canal in Castle Combe, Wiltshire

Can I go on holiday in the UK: The latest information on COVID-19

Latest information on COVID-19

From 5 November 2020 new national restrictions will apply in England until 2 December.

If you are currently on a domestic holiday, you are able to finish your holiday but are still subject to the requirements in England which until 5 November are to follow the local restrictions for your area and from 5 November are not to go out without a reasonable excuse. 


Planning ahead: information for when national restrictions are eased

We're good to go industry standard

VisitEngland, along with the other tourist organisations of Great Britain and Northern Ireland and the UK government, has launched a new industry standard mark as a way of supporting tourism businesses and providing reassurance to visitors. The industry standard is a way of letting you know which businesses have made necessary changes to their day-to-day workings, including social distancing measures and staff training.

Keep an eye out for the mark when planning your trip online.

We're good to go mark

See what's happening in different areas of the country

Different locations across England will have different restrictions, so when the time is right, it’s best to check out individual websites to see which locations are ready to welcome you before starting your journey. You can find the most up-to-date information on what's open in cities, towns, counties and regions around England using the links below.