Skip to main content


All arrivals - fully vaccinated and unvaccinated
  • All passengers arriving in Guernsey from 4 October are required to take a lateral flow test (LFT) on arrival and then every other day during their stay, with no isolation requirements click here
  • Everyone travelling to Guernsey is required to complete a travel tracker prior to arrival in Guernsey

NB. From 20 October Lateral Flow Tests will no longer be a requirement



Fully vaccinated?
  • Free PCR test on arrival - no isolation
Not fully vaccinated?
  • Free PCR test on arrival - isolate until negative test result
  • Age 11 to 17 - Free PCR test on arrival - isolate until negative test result
  • Age 10 or under - No testing or isolation requirements
All arrivals

Everyone travelling to Jersey, aged 11 or over, is required to complete an online registration form within 48 hours before departure.


Discover the most complete medieval city in England as you explore this walled city, with its phenomenal medieval street plan. A place of soaring spires, of rebels and rebellions, of sanctuary and faith, you’ll find a city rich in heritage.


Norwich Cathedral

Visit one of the finest complete Romanesque cathedrals in Europe. Set in 44 acres of lovingly-preserved grounds Norwich Cathedral has the second tallest spire and largest monastic cloisters in England. Spend your day exploring this awe-inspiring site that boasts magnificent architecture, historic artwork, stunning stained-glass windows, and even some medieval graffiti!

Elm Hill

Explore craft shops, antiques and galleries, visit tea shops, coffee houses and delis in the most famous street in Norwich. Elm Hill is the most complete medieval street in the city with beautiful cobbled streets lined with merchant’s houses and tudor buildings. A must-see is The Britons Arms, the only survivor of the 1507 fire – a trip to Elm Hill is not complete without a stop here!

Plantation Garden Preservation Trust

Get a glimpse into a bygone age at one of Norwich’s best kept treasures, a 100-year-old 3 acre Grade II English Heritage registered garden. Explore the enormous gothic fountain, lawns, Italianate terrace, ‘Medieval’ wall, woodland walkways, Victorian greenhouse and rustic bridge at this haven of peace and tranquillity.

Maids Head Hotel

Why not stay at the award-winning Maids Head Hotel, known to be the oldest hotel in the UK with a history dating back over 800 years. Perfectly located in the heart of Norwich, in the Cathedral Quarter, the AA 4 Star Silver Hotel boasts charm and character throughout, along with a 2 AA Rosettes Restaurant, the WinePress, which offers the perfect dining experience.

Strangers’ Hall

Amble through a maze of passages to find a series of inter-linked rooms with period settings. Discover the Tudor Great Hall, the fine Georgian dining room and the magnificent stone-vaulted under croft. Admire Lady Paine’s 17th century bedroom and the panelled Walnut room and enjoy delightful collections of historic toys. In fine weather, stroll through the lavender filled knot garden.

Norfolk Broads

Norwich is the gateway to the iconic Norfolk Broads, so why not venture to the wild side of Norwich. With seven rivers, over sixty unique Broads and areas of open-water, thirteen ancient monuments, and more than a quarter of Britain’s rarest wildlife — there’s a lot to explore in the Norfolk Broads National Park.

The National Centre for Writing

Based at the historic Dragon Hall, workshops and mentoring are regularly available for writers at all levels. Projects range from major international partnerships to vibrant festivals such as the Norwich Crime Writing Festival and the City of Literature stand at the Norfolk & Norwich Festival. Dragon Hall is easily accessible from the city centre and only a 10-minute walk from the train station.

Norwich Cathedral

Norwich Cathedral


Sign up today to receive the very latest Blue Islands news and offers

Cookie Notice

We use cookies to improve your Blue Islands experience. By using our site, you are agreeing to our use of cookies. For more details, click here
Back to top