Our Brexit Promise
Our Brexit Promise – Your Holiday is in Safe Hands
We’d like to reassure that when you choose to travel with Leger, you know you’re in safe hands. All of our holidays are fully bonded by ABTA, so you can rest easy knowing that your money is completely protected. It’s understandable that you may have questions when it comes to booking your next holiday to Europe, which is why we’ve collated some useful information.
The discussion around the UK’s post-Brexit relationship with the European Union is still ongoing. As these negotiations develop, the UK enters a period of transition until the 31st December 2020. During this time, all travel plans will remain unaffected. After this transition period and from 1st January 2021, there may be steps to take for travel to the EU.
We don’t expect any of our holidays to be affected. As terms are agreed, we will update you with any changes.
Money Back Guarantee
All of our holidays are fully bonded by ABTA, so you can rest assured that in the unlikely event that travel to and from the European Union is disrupted and we are unable to operate your holiday, you will be entitled to a FULL refund.
Brexit Frequently Asked Questions
We understand that Brexit is a complicated issue and you may have questions regarding travel to Europe, so we’ve compiled a list of frequently asked questions with useful information regarding your holiday plans.
It is actually a great time to book your holiday to Europe. With plenty of availability and low deposit offers available from just £50pp, you really can secure a great deal by booking now.
UK holidaymakers will not need a visa to travel to the EU post-Brexit. You will be able to visit for up to 90 days within a 180-day period.
During the transition period, you will not need a new passport – your current passport can still be used as long as it is in date and valid for your whole trip. If you are travelling from 1st January 2021, you may need to renew your passport earlier, ensuring you have at least 6 months left on it and it is less than 10 years old.
During the transition period, European Health Insurance Cards (EHIC) will still be valid throughout 2020. From 1st January 2021, your EHIC may no longer be valid.
It is always recommended you travel with valid and appropriate travel insurance to cover your medical requirements, whether you have an EHIC or not.