Travellers from the UK can now visit Portugal
New air travel decree announced
The Portuguese government has announced it will lift its ban on non-essential travel from the UK on 17 May. Travel abroad is now different. You must check what you need to do to enter any country, even if it’s on the ‘Green List’. A negative RT-PCR test is required for entry to any part of Portugal. Fully vaccinated travellers to Madeira may also present complete NHS vaccine certificates or the small NHS wallet cards as a condition of entry instead of a negative RT-PCR test.
Travellers will be required to show a negative RT-PCR test result for COVID-19 taken within 72 hours of departure (not required for children aged 2 or under). Your airline is likely to deny boarding if you cannot provide evidence of a negative RT-PCR test at check-in. Check with your airline before you travel.
Before travelling to Portugal, visitors from England and Scotland should ensure they (i) have more than six months validity left on their passports and (ii) take out comprehensive travel insurance, including cover for COVID-related issues. Towards the end of their holiday in Portugal, travellers must also take a pre-departure COVID test within 72 hours before returning to England or Scotland.
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