While Cambridgeshire has been experiencing sky-high temperatures as of late, a lot of people are still jetting off abroad to soak up the sun elsewhere.
But with the coronavirus situation constantly changing and new measures being imposed left, right and centre, it always pays to be informed.
So for those of you that are considering an overseas trip, we decided to compile the latest Foreign and Commonwealth Office advice for a number of popular tourism hotspots.
See below for the latest travel advice from the government.
Germany is exempt from the FCO advice against against non-essential travel.
Travellers returning to the UK from Germany will not have to self-isolate for 14 days upon arrival.
The same goes for travellers from elsewhere in the EU, Iceland, Liechtenstein or Norway, all of whom will face no COVID-19 related restrictions upon their entry to Germany.
However, while UK travellers are now free to travel to Germany without a reason, you may have to undergo COVID-19 testing if you’ve stayed in a designated risk area abroad in the 14 days prior to your entry.
The Netherlands is exempt from the FCO advice against non-essential travel.
Travellers returning to the UK from the Netherlands will not have to self-isolate for 14 days upon arrival.
As of July 10, travellers arriving in the Netherlands will also no longer be asked to self-isolate for 14 days upon their arrival.
If you’re travelling to or from the Netherlands you must complete a health screening form and have it ready to show on request during your journey.
Due to the ongoing COVID-19 outbreak, the USA is not exempt from the FCO advice against non-essential travel.
You also won’t be able to enter the USA if you’ve been in the UK, Ireland, Schengen zone, Iran, Brazil or China within the previous 14 days.
New Green Cards are not currently being issued until at least December 31 2020.
New and renewed H1-B, H2-B, J and L visas are also not currently being issued until at least 31 December 2020 (there may be some exceptions to certain J visa categories), but existing visas in these categories remain valid.
Those allowed to enter the USA must be prepared to self-isolate for 14 days upon arrival.
Travellers returning from the USA will be required to provide their journey and contact details and self-isolate for 14 days.
Turkey is exempt from the FCO advice against non-essential travel.
Travellers returning to the UK from Turkey will not have to self-isolate for 14 days upon arrival.
All arrivals into Turkey will be subject to a medical evaluation for symptoms of coronavirus, including temperature checks.
Any passengers showing symptoms including high fever, coughing or respiratory difficulties will be will be required to undergo a swab test.
Malta is exempt from the FCO advice against non-essential travel.
Travellers returning to the UK from Malta will not have to self-isolate for 14 days upon arrival.
As of July 15, the list of passengers from certain countries who are exempt from self-isolation upon their arrival in Malta has been expanded to include the UK.
However, arrivals from the UK will be subject to temperature checks, with passengers exhibiting a high temperature required to undergo a swab test.
The FCO is currently advising against all but essential travel to Belgium due to the ongoing COVID-19 outbreak.
The FCO is not advising travellers already in Belgium to leave at this time.
Holidaymakers are asked to follow the advice of local authorities and to contact their arline or tour operator with questions about the return journey.
You also may need to self-isolate upon your return to the UK, depending on the latest government advice.