Whether you're travelling by air, sea, road or rail, services to EU countries are expected to continue as normal, however you may need different documents to travel.
If you're planning to drive in the EU after Brexit, you may need to apply for and carry an International Driving Permit.
You may need to apply for a Green Card to prove you have third party insurance if you're driving in the EU, EEA countries (Iceland, Lichtenstein, Norway), and Andorra, Serbia or Switzerland.
Passengers on cross-border rail services between Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland will continue to be protected by the EU regulation on rail passengers’ rights, which will be brought into UK law.
If you're travelling to an EU country after EU exit and planning on taking your pet, there may be changes that affect you.
You should contact your vet at least four months before travelling to get the necessary paperwork.
Bus and coach
After the UK leaves the EU, bus and coach drivers from the UK may need extra documents to drive in the EU and EEA.
If you're travelling in Europe as haulier after EU exit, there may be changes to the rules on licences, permits and qualifications which apply to you.