If you are not aware and you’ve been hiding under a stone, Brexit is meant to happen this year on the 29th March 2019. Currently our Government and the European Union haven’t agreed on a deal yet….
So what does that mean to you and your hen or stag do travelling to the EU?
That’s a very good question the only thing you need to check is your British Passport, according to this article on the Telegraph’s website, providing you have at least 6 months validity on your passport on the day of travel you have nothing to worry about.
Bear in mind that if you have a passport which is valid for more than 10 years, those extra days do not count – there is also a statement on the home office website about this, and a passport checker which tells you if your passport will be OK to travel to the European union after Brexit.
Please do not hesitate to contact us should you have any questions regarding this.