Portugal will no longer ask fully vaccinated UK citizens to take a Covid-19 test on arrival in the country.
Instead, Brits can enter the country if they can show digital or paper proof of double vaccination (i.e. 14 days before travelling) via the NHS Covid Pass or EU Digital Covid vaccine certificate.
They can also enter the country if they possess a certificate proving that they have recovered from Covid-19 no less than 11 days and no more than 180 days of when they are due to travel.
These documents, along with an online passenger locator card form, will be required when you check-in for your flight.
Those who do not have these certificates must take a Covid-19 pre-departure test – PCR within 72 hours of departure or antigen within 48 hours of departure – and complete the same passenger locator form.
On arrival in Portugal, travellers will be subject to a health screening and may be required to take a Covid-19 test if their temperatures is 38 degrees and above, or if they show signs of illness. They will then have to remain at the airport until the results come through.
UK citizens formerly needed to take a test upon arrival in Portugal regardless of vaccination status or taking a pre-departure test.