You may be craving a change of scenery after months of staying at home.
Whether this involves train or air travel abroad or simply a drive to another part of the country, you'll still need to protect yourself from coronavirus.
Experts say you should continue to wash your hands regularly, stay a safe distance from others and wear a face mask indoors.
But when going to a new city or country, public health expert Professor Sian Griffiths shares these extra words of advice:
Quote of the day
Instead of worrying about what you cannot control, shift your energy to what you can create.
Roy T. Bennett, author