Switzerland will waive its quarantine requirement for fully vaccinated Brits this week and reopen its borders.
Visitors from the UK will be able to enter Switzerland without having to quarantine so long as they can provide proof of having been fully vaccinated against Covid-19.
They will also be able to enter on evidence of having recently recovered from Covid-19 too.
It mirrors the rules for US visitors and other "important source markets for the Swiss tourism industry".
The country will also impose no restrictions on travellers from the EU/Schengen area. The rules will be eased on Saturday (26 June).
"The Swiss government has announced a major step towards a full return of international travel after the global pandemic," said Switzerland Tourism on Wednesday (23 June), the country’s national tourism board in the UK.
"Proven safety concepts are in place to facilitate an enjoyable yet safe holiday experience."
Welcoming the concession from government, Switzerland Tourism said the move would allow people to plan their summer and autumn trips, with desire to travel "increasing at a steady pace".
The tourism authority said the step was "very much welcome", with the UK currently the country’s second most important source market.
More than 4,000 tourism businesses in Switzerland have now earned the country’s Clean & Safe stamp, verifying their adherence to a range of comprehensive Covid safety standards.