The Portuguese government announced yesterday that it was going to extend its national lockdown to at least May 30, which caused a state of uncertainly among UK holidaymakers that had a trip planned for next week.
However, later in the day, the country confirmed that it will now allow UK tourists to visit from Monday, May 17.
Travellers that wish to go to the country will need to provide a negative PCR test on arrival.
Portugal has always been a hotspot for Britons, and it’s now likely to be one of the most accessible and affordable destinations on the green list.
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