Wales is set to enter alert level two which means that way more fun things are on the cards, with safety measures involved, of course.

Currently we have the freedom to travel and take a staycation, non-essential shops are open for business once more and hairdressers and beauty salons have been welcoming back clients, and we've been able to enjoy a pint or a meal outdoors at the local.

But First Minister Mark Drakeford said on Friday ahead of announcing tomorrow's (Monday, May 17) restriction easing measures: "Thanks to everyone’s hard work and ongoing efforts, we can take another step towards relaxing the coronavirus restrictions and move to alert level 2 on Monday."

Here's what you can do from May 17.

Eat indoors at a restaurant, pub or cafe

And have a pint or a coffee, too.

Six people from up to six households (not including children under 11) can book to enjoy not cooking for themselves and worrying about getting rained on.

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There's nothing quite like a trip to the cinema

Cinema screens will reopen and you can see movies the way they were intended to be seen - on a big screen.

With blockbusters like James Bond, Black Widow, the new Top Gun and more, there will be something you'll want to book for.

Visit a museum or castle

While outdoor areas at many Cadw sites started to re-open to visitors from the end of March, as of Monday, May 17 the heritage service will re-open indoor areas of historic sites that have already welcomed the return of visitors.

The same applies for National Trust properties as s taff and volunteers will welcome the return of visitors to indoor areas at some of its properties over the coming weeks, including Penrhyn Castle, Powis Castle and Garden and Newton House at Dinefwr.

Not forgetting the indoors of St Fagans National Museum of History, National Museum Cardiff and National Waterfront Museum Swansea which will all reopen on Wednesday, May 19.

Then opening on May 20 are Big Pit National Coal Museum, indoors of National Slate Museum, Llanberis and The National Wool Museum and National Roman Legion Museum in Caerleon.

Go bowling or play bingo

The ten-pin bowling centre at Johnstown, Carmarthen, funds charitable projects

Rock and roll! Strike while the pins are hot and wear weird shoes as bowling alleys across Wales are open again for games.

And this is important for the dobbers who love a bit of housie, bingo halls can reopen, too.

Visit any sort of holiday accommodation you fancy

So far it's only been self-contained cottages, apartments etc, but now B&Bs can welcome you again as can hostels.

Take the kids to a play centre

Think slides, rope walkways, fireman’s poles, tumble towers, up and over pads, bish-bash bag and so on, the parents' rainy-day saviour, a play centre, is back open once more.

Places like The Playzone in Swansea have adults-only nights as well as day time kids' sessions. The Play Yard in Treorchy has a Ninja Academy and groups for littler kids, too. Contact your local venue to find out more.

And for more places to visit read our indoor attractions guide.

Have more people at an indoor wedding

It's now changed to 30 people indoors and this applies to wakes, too.

It's not strictly weddings and funerals, though, the rule is 'Up to 30 people can take part in organised indoor activities and up to 50 people in organised outdoor activities'.

Go abroad

International travel will resume from Monday with a traffic light system, aligned with England and Scotland introduced.

Countries will be classified as green, amber and red. This means people living in Wales will be able to travel to a small number of foreign destinations without the need to quarantine on their return. Mandatory quarantine for countries not on the green list remains in place.

The countries which are on the UK Government's green list are Portugal (including the Azores and Madeira), Israel and Jerusalem, Gibraltar, Iceland, Singapore, Australia, Brunei Darussalam, Falkland Islands, Faroe Islands, New Zealand, Saint Helena, Ascension and Tristan da Cunha and South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands.

You can read more in-depth on this development, here.

Earlier changes to coronavirus restrictions mean you can also:

Go to the gym

You can get back in and swing those kettle bells and stare in the mirror while you do it. Leisure centres are back open too so get in that pool – or take yourself to one of the outdoor sites that's already open like Ponty Lido. The indoor services will be able to resume individual or one-to-one training but not for exercise classes at this stage. See more here.

Swimming lessons are back too.

Support your nearest community centre

In many places these are the hub of the local community and irreplaceable during crisis like local flooding or during the pandemic.

Please check with your local centres for opening times and bear in mind you'll have to book onto a class of some kind as they are opening in order to facilitate the fact that it's now possible for up to 15 adults to meet indoors for organised activities.

Support groups and such can now meet again in person.

Visit one other household indoors (as long as it's exclusive)

Great news! You can join up with one other household indoors which might be a relief if it's raining.

This extended household pairing is extra to a single-person household bubble.

Find out what's happening near you:

Go to the pub

One of the things most of us have missed during the past few months is going to our local to meet friends for a drink or a bite to eat. Pubs and restaurants in Wales have already been given the green light to serve customers outdoors and people can meet up in line with 'rule of six' restrictions. A decision when to re-open pubs indoors will be confirmed in the coming weeks but May 17 is the suggested date as it stands.

It means many pubs and restaurants have been adapting by installing new garden areas and introducing new technology so customers can order via an app. Read more on this here.

And you can read here the rules you will have to follow when the pubs and restaurants re-open.

Travel to Scotland

While people in Wales have been able to travel across the border to England (and vice versa) since April 12 Scotland only re-opened to visitors from April 26.

Hotels and other accommodation facilities are now able to welcome back visitors – though two households cannot stay in the same accommodation in Scotland until May 17.

Go to an outdoor wedding reception

One of the worst-hit industries during the pandemic has been the wedding sector. Wedding receptions with up to 30 guests can now take place outdoors.

Meet up with six people from different households outdoors

You can finally mix with a wider selection of relatives or friends, although it's advised that you do this responsibly and always maintain social distancing.

And the other things we can continue to do

Non-essential shopping, visits to hairdressers and beauty salons, and learning to drive are all things we can already do here in Wales following an easing of restrictions earlier in April.