Italy recently reopened its borders to welcome back tourists from the UK, EU and some other countries.
There are also no quarantine rules for those arriving in Italy or Sardinia, as long as you are entering from the UK.
Germany’s borders are closed to all international tourists.
Entrants are only allowed for a “valid reason” and they must be equipped with travel documentation.
The country is not demanding entrants take on a period of quarantine for UK or EU arrivals.
The rules may vary for other countries.
From June 15 Greece is set to reopen its borders. While tourists are not allowed right now, from June 15 they can fly into Athens and Thessaloniki, as well as enter by land borders.
From July 1 all Greek airports will be open for business. However, even after June 15 visitors from the UK will be tested upon arrival and must stay overnight at a designated hotel to await results.
Visitors will not be charged for the hotel costs.
Those who test positive will be forced to quarantine for 14 days.