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Old May 5th 2021, 1:54 pm
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Does anyone have any definitive information on entry to Portugal.. We are thinking of flying into Porto from Stansted on 2nd june to view some property and returning on 4th June .Is this feasible and if yes then what do we have to do to make it happen. The various Govt web sites are are not clear at all.
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Old May 5th 2021, 2:03 pm
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Not allowed yet, who knows what will happen by then?
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Thanks for that Jan.
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If it allowed and if Portugal is in the Green list of countries, then you would expect to need a covid PCR test to board the plane at Stansted for each person.
On return you would need another PCR test to board plane from Portugal, unless you are in and out same day when I guess you could use your UK test (within 3 days of flying). I see from your dates that that would not be possible so you would all need a PCR test done in Portugal almost the day you arrive. (cost about €100 each)
And you would have to have a receipt for day2 and day 8 self testing kits that you must have bought online before arrival in UK. (cost £100 each person minimum)
Maybe quarantine or not at ether end unknown at the moment.
If in Amber list then add 10 quarantine as well as day 2 and 8 testing when back in UK

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Looking on Safe Communities, no-one, as yet, is allowed into the country unless they are either a resident or citizen. Irrespective of one, two vaccines and negative tests.
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Originally Posted by wellinever View Post
If it allowed and if Portugal is in the Green list of countries, then you would expect to need a covid PCR test to board the plane at Stansted for each person.
On return you would need another PCR test to board plane from Portugal, unless you are in and out same day when I guess you could use your UK test (within 3 days of flying). I see from your dates that that would not be possible so you would all need a PCR test done in Portugal almost the day you arrive. (cost about €100 each)
And you would have to have a receipt for day2 and day 8 self testing kits that you must have bought online before arrival in UK. (cost £100 each person minimum)
Maybe quarantine or not at ether end unknown at the moment.
If in Amber list then add 10 quarantine as well as day 2 and 8 testing when back in UK
A pedant writes.
Costs are a bit more. Here's a link with price list of 2+8 day kit suppliers.
https://www.gov.uk/guidance/provider...ional-arrivals
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Originally Posted by wellinever View Post
If it allowed and if Portugal is in the Green list of countries, then you would expect to need a covid PCR test to board the plane at Stansted for each person.
The following is yesterdays news, so who knows what will happen where

Originally Posted by Fredbargate View Post
Gibraltar has announced it will not require UK tourists to be tested for coronavirus when foreign holidays resume.

https://uk.news.yahoo.com/gibraltar-...092007387.html
I am expecting to fly to Gib soon and will not need a test to board the plane.
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