Thanks to the Conservative’s resounding victory in December’s general election, there has never been more certainty of the outcome in the UK’s long-running Brexit saga.
But that does not mean there is yet clarity in what will happen – and how it will affect British holidaymakers over the coming months and years.
As it stands, the UK will leave the EU by January 31, 2020. Anyone due to travel before then – to Europe or further afield – will therefore be unaffected, but what might happen after Britain leaves the EU?
There are numerous elements of trips abroad that may change come February, including driving licence validity, health insurance and customs rules.
Here, we run through what Brexit means for trips to and from Europe if the UK leaves the EU with a deal on 31 January, and what could happen if we leave without a deal….
Story Credit : The Telegraph UK