Need some clarification about Brexit travel rules
1. European travel rules change
From January, UK nationals will only able to travel without a visa to Schengen area countries for up to 90 days in any 180-day period (this includes most EU nations and Iceland, Norway, Switzerland and Liechtenstein). In addition, you will need to:
- Have at least six months left on your passport, except for trips to Ireland.
- Travel insurance with health cover. Your current EHIC card will be valid until its expiry date, and it will be replaced by a new scheme in the future, but the government still advises you to get travel insurance with health cover.
- Make sure you've checked roaming charges with your mobile provider, as the guarantee of free roaming will end.
- Obtained an animal health certificate from your vet at least 10 days before you travel, if you are travelling with your pet, including from Great Britain to Northern Ireland. The current EU pet passport scheme will no longer apply.
- At border control, you will have to use separate lanes from EU, EEA and Swiss citizens.
So it says "you will NEED to"