ANOTHER holiday destination has scrapped their Covid rules for Brits.
The Netherlands was one of the last countries in Europe to have restrictions still in place.
Brits needed to be fully vaccinated to visit – this rule is no longer in place.
Its latest statement reads: "The Dutch government has decided to lift the EU entry ban for the Netherlands as of September 17, 2022.
"Given the current epidemiological situation in the Netherlands, the government feels that for entry to the Netherlands, the EU entry ban is no longer proportional."
The latest update is great news for UK tourists heading to destinations such as Amsterdam.
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However, you'll most likely have to fly if you want to visit the Netherlands, rather than get the train.
Eurostar has suspended weekend tickets from London St Pancras to Rotterdam until at least December.
Tourists will no longer need to fill in a health form to enter Spain, with the new rules in place from today.
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The Spanish Ministry of Health posted on Facebook: "It will no longer be necessary to complete the health check form to travel to Spain or present the QR code of SpTH (Spain Travel Health) at the airport on arrival."
However, holidaymakers have been warned that Covid rules will remain in place until at least November.
Brits also need to have at least three months left on their passport to enter countries in Europe.
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A second rule no longer allows passports to be more than 10 years old – previous rules allowed them to be up to 10 years and nine months.
New rules are in place for Brits, which have been enforced since Brexit.
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