Tourism & Brexit

UPDATE – January 31, 2020
On the 31st January the UK formally left the EU, thus entering immediately into an 11 month transition period during which policies on trade, customs, travel and regulations will be decided on.


UPDATE – April 23, 2019
The EU and the UK have recently agreed an extension to 31 October 2019, so that the political process in the UK can continue, with the aim of ensuring an orderly withdrawal of the UK from the EU.


What is Brexit?
Brexit is an abbreviation for “British exit,” referring to the UK’s decision in a June 23, 2016 referendum to leave the European Union (EU).
(Note: The UK includes England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland. The Republic of Ireland will remain in the European Union. For more information on the difference between the United Kingdom vs. Ireland vs. Great Britain please read more here.)


How is my trip affected?
Tenon Tours is currently booking travel as normal to all of our destinations that could be affected by Brexit in the future. With the information we have at this time, our vacation packages have no indication they will be impacted in a negative manner. At Tenon Tours, our clients are our number one priority. We work closely with our vendors in each of our destinations and are prepared to deal with any situation that should arise concerning any of our vacation packages. For more information on Brexit and how it affects travel, please read this summary from CNN.



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