Portugal is officially open for British tourists, from May 17th
The Portuguese Minister of State for Foreign Affairs announced today that British Tourists will be allowed to enter Portugal as of the 00:00 of 17th of May, next Monday.
img decoding=”async” loading=”lazy” src=”http://algarvedailynews.com/images/news2/19126.jpg” alt=”PORTUGAL IS OFFICIALLY OPEN FOR BRITISH TOURISTS, FROM MAY 17TH” width=”160″ height=”107″ style=”margin-right: 10px; margin-bottom: 5px; float: left;” />The Portuguese Minister of State for Foreign Affairs announced today that British Tourists will be allowed to enter Portugal as of the 00:00 of 17th of May, next Monday.
This decision, will revoke the essential travel restrictions, that are in place until the 16th of May.
Any person entering Portugal will have to provide a negative result RT-PCR Covid test, done 72h before the departure.
The Portuguese National Tourist Office has been also ensuring that testing capacity in Portugal will meet the demand from tourists.
The expansion and renewal of the Clean & Safe seal for 2021-22 (www.portugalcleanandsafe.com) now includes the whole tourism chain, with over 22,400 businesses registered and more than 23,000 professionals trained is another layer of the trust and transparency strategy which Portugal has been implementing to manage the pandemic.
With an air capacity from at least 21 airports in the United Kingdom into Portugal, reinforced due to the high demand from this market, the options are wide for the British Tourists to visit Portugal, from any point after May 16th.
People from the United Kingdom have visited Portugal and celebrated our culture, traditions, landmarks, history, and enjoyed our warm hospitality for decades. We look forward to welcome all travellers coming from the UK!