Poster Laughing Spam Filter posted a link to this article in another thread, but I think it deserves more prominence. England has laid out a series of "not-before" dates for loosening of pandemic-related restrictions. At the end of the article the underlying assumptions are given. The other components of the UK may end up with different paths forward.
The reference to "international travel" is open to interpretation. I assume it refers to outbound travel by residents of England.
These are some reopening dates of possible interest to potential visitors:
- Outdoor dining not before April 12.
Indoor dining (apparently, because not specifically mentioned) not before June 12.
All shops not before April 12.
Self-contained accommodations open for UK resident “staycations” (no mixing of households) not before April 12.
Hotels, B&B, etc. (no mixing of households) not before May 17.
All lodgings without restriction not before June 21 [date corrected].
Museums not before May 17.
Theatres not before May 17, at half capacity. (Full capacity not before June 21 [date corrected].)
International travel not before May 17. (There's no indication this applies to incoming foreign visitors.)