FAQs & Travel Advice

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For information about driving regulations, low emission zones and access regulations across Europe, click HERE


If you are touring in Italy, you need to be aware of the restrictions that exist entering towns and cities. These can vary considerably across the country.

ZTLs (Zona Traffico Limitato) are zones which restrict entry and circulation at certain times and affect all vehicles including local ones. In order to avoid unexpected fines, you need to get a permit ahead of crossing a ZTL. Signage for these zones is not always clear, so we recommend you find out ahead of travel, where they are and if you are likely to cross them.

Click HERE for information for individual Italian zones


For the latest travel information to Europe, please check the individual countries.

See below links to the Gov.uk website for individual countries for the latest travel advice:



If a ferry/sea crossing forms part of your tour(s), please note that individual operators’ terms & conditions apply. These may vary and apply to all coach passengers. For the most up-to-date information, please see the links below:

P&O Ferries
Irish Ferries
NorthLink Ferries
Isle of Man Steam Packet
Wight Link
Condor Ferries
Stena Line
Brittany Ferries
Eurotunnel – Le Shuttle

The following frequently asked questions may also be of assistance:

Will we be charged if we cancel our tour outside of normal cancellation terms?
If you are forced to cancel a tour with us, outside of the normal cancellation terms, then of course you will not be charged.

Will we be charged if we cancel our tour within cancellation terms?
If you are forced to cancel your tour with us due to coronavirus, and the tour is within cancellation terms and/or non-refundable deposits have been paid on your behalf in advance of travel, we will work with you and our suppliers to limit your liability as much as possible. For full cancellation details please see here

Will we be charged if we are forced to cancel a tour due to a Foreign Office travel advice within cancellation terms?
If Foreign Office travel advice is such that as the legal tour operator you are forced to cancel a tour, and it is within cancellation charges, again we will work with you and our suppliers to limit your liability.

Is Albatross Travel cancelling any tours?
Albatross Travel will only cancel a tour at your request. Unless you have been contacted otherwise, your tour remains contracted to travel.

What are we doing at Albatross Travel to ensure your tours can travel as contracted?
We are in continual contact with all of our hotels to review arrival and check-in procedures, porterage, ongoing sanitation, bedroom cleaning, socially-distanced dining and the availability and use of hotel facilities. If there are restrictions that are likely to substantially impact the tour and your guest’s experience, we will update you in line with departure dates.

For attractions, we will endeavour to ensure they are all following guidelines and putting customer safety first. As a result, some visits or excursions may have new or different procedures for looking after groups.

What if the hotel or attraction that we have contracted is not open or accommodating groups?
If the hotel, visit or attraction is not open for group business, we will advise you as soon as we are aware, and work with you to find a suitable alternative and help you make any changes as a consequence.


Other Useful Information:
It is natural that your guests will want assurances that you are following all the current rules and regulations for travel in the wake of the pandemic, therefore we have included some useful links below, with information regarding operating coaches and tours. These do get updated regularly, so we recommend that you bookmark them and check them ahead of any departures, to ensure you have up-to-date information at your fingertips.

UK Government

FCO pages for individual country advice – Click FCO HERE

Coronavirus information – Click Coronavirus HERE

Health & Safety Executive

Information on managing risks and risk assessment – Click HSE HERE

Confederation of Passenger Transport

CPT details rules and regulations on coach operations – Click CPT HERE

Visit Britain

‘We’re Good to Go’ campaign, supporting business recover – click Visit Britain HERE

International Road-Users

Guideline for the safe return of passenger transport – click Guidelines HERE


Information, networking site for information about travel throughout Europe – click ETOA HERE


Disneyland® Paris Vaccine Pass

In line with French authorities’ latest requirements, as of 24 January 2022, a Vaccine Pass is required for all guests aged 16 and above in order to visit Disney® parks, Disney® Hotels and Disney Village®. For guests aged between 12 and 15, the Health Pass is still required. Children under age 12 are not affected by either of these measures.

CLICK HERE for more information.