Brits have been warned to check their passports before travelling after 47 countries were removed from England's red list on Monday.
Travellers arriving from those destinations will no longer need to spend 11 nights in a quarantine hotel at a cost of £2,285 for solo travellers.
The number of countries on the UK Covid travel red list, which requires travellers to quarantine at their cost for 10 full days, now stands at just seven.
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They are Colombia, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Haiti, Panama, Peru and Venezuela.
The changes could see millions more Brits jet abroad on holiday and the government is warning people to ensure their passports will allow them to travel, BirminghamLive reports.
The government has warned: "Your passport must also be less than 10 years old on the day after you leave. If you renewed your current passport before the previous one expired, extra months may have been added to its expiry date.
"Any extra months on your passport over 10 years may not count towards the minimum period needed."
Although travel restrictions were eased, Brits have been warned they still may not be able all the locations.
Quarantine-free trips from the UK are possible to Mexico, the Seychelles and South Africa, while Cuba is relaxing its regulations from November 15.
But tough rules in Argentina, Chile, Indonesia and Thailand make holidays there unviable for most people.
Ministers say they want to enable people to “exercise personal responsibility” about where they travel, and are also keen to see the sector recover from the pandemic.
Transport Secretary Grant Shapps said: “With half-term and winter sun around the corner, we’re making it easier for families and loved ones to reunite by significantly cutting the number of destinations on the red list, thanks in part to the increased vaccination efforts around the globe.
“Restoring people’s confidence in travel is key to rebuilding our economy and levelling up this country. With less restrictions and more people travelling, we can all continue to move safely forward together along our pathway to recovery.”
Mr Shapps also announced that the Government would recognise vaccines for arrivals from a further 37 countries and territories including Brazil, Ghana, Hong Kong, India, Pakistan, South Africa and Turkey.
The decision means fully vaccinated people entering England from these locations will be exempt from quarantine, the pre-departure test and the day-eight post-arrival test.
The red list is updated every three weeks, so the next change is expected to be announced on around October 28.