INSPIRATION • September 2021
Green lists and amber lists tell you where’s safe. Bucket lists tell you where’s next. Currently, we fly to 43 destinations deemed safe for travel, but which will make your list? Here, we give you the brief lowdown on which ones they are and why they deserve some love…
Swap the British weather for Antigua and Barbuda’s beaches
A paradise for divers and aqua-fanatics – snorkel alongside two of the world’s rarest sea creatures: hawksbill and leatherback turtles.
For year-round sunshine, mystical crystal caves and footprint-free beaches.
A haven for adventure-seekers and culture-cravers alike.
Find the light in Gibraltar
Live the simple life in Norway
Turks and Caicos
Voted the Caribbean’s ultimate diving destination.
For quaint coastal hamlets, and a taste of local raki (strong alcohol aperitif made with grapes and plums).
For exploring the labyrinthine streets of Algiers’ ancient Casbah – the capital’s celebrated Unesco World Heritage Site.
Kick back in Canada
Copenhagen is one of Europe’s cycle-friendly capitals
Where fairy-tale castles and remote fishing towns are just a bike ride away.
Travel permitted for double-vaccinated passengers from Wales only
For its skyline of gothic-style spires and ancient mediaeval streetscapes.
A fusion of wild natural beauty and culinary excellence.
Feel the love in Paris
Budapest is best known for its flamboyant architecture, myriad markets and array of hot springs.
From the snow-dusted peaks of the Himalayas to the sun-splashed beaches of the tropical south.
From the north’s icy Alps and glacial lakes to the south’s fiery craters.
India’s architecture is second to none
The island of rhythm and sway – delve into the cultural capital of the Caribbean.
Beirut abounds with hipster cafés, trendy underground clubs and blissful beaches.
Brimming with dramatic volcanic peaks and more than 160km of stunning coastline.
Is photogenic Barcelona on your list?
Embrace the green and the good in Switzerland
Kyiv’s eclectic cityscape is a must for architecture lovers.
United Arab Emirates
Home to the tallest building in the world, the Burj Khalifa.
If you want to find out more about flying to green and amber list destinations with British Airways, check out travel requirements on our map here