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Travelling with MRT in the coming months

last updated on 25/01/22


All our tours and events within the UK have resumed, and as restrictions on international travel ease, our overseas programme is following suit.

Entering the UK

The UK government’s guidance on entering the UK is available in full here. From 11th February 2022, the only requirement for those who are fully vaccinated is to complete a Passenger Locator Form. There are no testing requirements.

Forthcoming tours and festivals

Participants booked on our tours and festivals are contacted ten weeks before departure. At this point we provide more detail about the travel guidance or any entry requirements for your particular destination, and request a balance payment.

We follow the guidance for travellers from the UK, Australia, New Zealand, USA and Canada. We encourage those of you travelling from elsewhere to contact us.

Our programme for 2022

You can see our programme of tours, festivals, chamber music breaks and symposia here. We will continue to add to the list in the coming weeks and you can book immediately.

Please note that the ‘spaces remaining’ indication on our tour pages cannot be relied upon at the moment as clients currently booked may not travel. For up-to-date information on availability please contact us

When we cancel a tour

Although this is happening less and less, if we cancel a tour you are entitled to a cash refund, as long as you are still booked on it at the time of cancellation. However, we are asking clients to consider transferring to a future event instead. This will help to secure Martin Randall Travel’s future more than any other intervention.

If you wish to cancel a booking on a tour that is due to run later this year, we ask you to contact us to discuss your concerns. We would welcome the opportunity to talk through the options and explain our position on cancellation charges.

Thank you.