Passenger travel to the EU after Brexit
This is the statement from the UK Home Office, for passengers travelling to and within Europe after the 31st October 2019.
Driving: If there’s a deal, you can continue to drive in the EU, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway and Switzerland in the same way as before. Bring your UK driving licence, and your V5C (log book) if you’re taking your vehicle from the UK. If there is a no deal, you will need some extra documents.
If you’re taking your vehicle, you’ll need:
- a free ‘green card’ – allow 1 month to get this from your vehicle insurance company
- a GB sticker
- an International Driving Permit (IDP) for some countries
Flights to the EU from UK: From 31st October, if there is a no EU Exit deal, flights should continue as today. Both the UK and EU want flights to continue without any disruption.
Travelling by Eurostar: Your right as a rail passenger using either domestic or cross-border rail services will remain unchanged. Passengers on cross-border rail services will continue to be protected by the EU regulation on rail passengers’ rights, which will be brought into UK law.
Travel by Eurotunnel: Your rights as a passenger using Eurotunnel’s cross border shuttle services will remain unchanged.
Travel by bus or coach from UK to EU: Passengers on cross-border bus and coach services will continue to be protected by the EU regulation on bus and coach passengers’ rights, which will be brought into UK law.
Travel by sea from UK to EU: Passengers on ferry services will continue to be protected by EU regulation on passengers’ rights, which will be brought into UK law.
For more information, please visit: https://www.gov.uk/guidance/passport-rules-for-travel-to-europe-after-brexit