No. Your current passport will be valid as long as it is less than 10 years old and has six months left before it runs out. However, you’ll no longer be able to use EU fast-track passport control and when you arrive in an EU country be prepared to show your return ticket.
No. It is very important that you buy travel insurance with healthcare cover before you go on holiday; especially if you have a pre-existing medical condition.
If you’re a tourist, you’ll be able to travel to most EU countries without a visa. You’ll be able to stay for up to 90 days in any rolling 180-day period.
The guarantee of free roaming throughout the EU ends after Brexit. The main providers have said they don’t plan to reintroduce roaming charges, however you should check with your own mobile provider.
New information was recently released regarding Pet passports. You will need to have your pet microchipped and vaccinated against rabies and visit your vet no more than 10 days before travel to the EU to get an animal health certificate to prove this information.
You’ll need to take your driving licence. If you’re taking your own vehicle, you also need a ‘green card’ from your insurance company, a GB sticker and your log book (V5C).