Since Brexit, there have been a few extra rules that British tourists need to follow to holiday in the EU.
Currently Britons are allowed to stay in the EU for 90 out of every 180 days without applying for a visa.
However, from 2024, Britons will need to pay to holiday in the EU as the bloc is introducing a new border scheme.
The ETIAS scheme is expected to be introduced at the start of 2024 and as non-EU citizens, Britons will need to register.
Express.co.uk has rounded up everything British citizens need to know about the ETIAS scheme.
What is ETIAS?
The ETIAS or European Travel Information and Authorisation System is a new entry scheme for non-EU travellers holidaying in the bloc.
The scheme is expected to be launched in 2024 and Britons will need to apply to enter the EU for any trip under 90 days.
It has been designed to screen travellers arriving from outside the EU and bolster the bloc’s defences against terrorism.
How much will ETIAS cost?
ETIAS is expected to cost seven euros (£6) per person for each three year permit. People under the age of 18 or over the age of 70 are exempt from the payment.
The ETIAS scheme is not in operation yet and Britons will only be able to apply through the official website.
Websites urging Britons to apply for an ETIAS are likely to be scams and Britons do not need one to travel to the EU in 2023.