Visa-free countries: Where can you travel in 2018 without a visa?
Some of the best places to travel in 2018 that have been recommended by experts include countries such as Russia and South Korea for the World Cup and Winter Olympics, respectively.
For anyone looking for a holiday that is easy to travel to, a number of countries have changed their visa requirements for British travellers, meaning the costly addition may no longer be needed.
But where can Britons travel in 2018 without a visa?
Express.co.uk also found the safest countries in Europe for a holiday this year.
Visa-free countries: Beijing allows Britons six days visa-free
According to South China Morning Post, travellers from countries within the EU, including the UK, can now travel to the country without a visa for six days.
Other countries included are the US, Canada, Australia and New Zealand.
This means anyone travelling through the country can stay whilst in transition to another country.
Until June 30, British travellers will be able to enter the country for up to 15 days without needing a visa.
They will still need to provide entry and exit days to be allowed to travel, however.
Visa-free countries: Vietnam is extending it’s visa-free travel until June 30
British travellers can visit the country for up to 30 days before needing a visa, with the day they arrive counting as the first day regardless of the time.
Anyone wanting to see the country should make the most of it as this expires by December 31
If travelling with a standard tourist passport (and not a diplomatic one), British travellers can stay in Belarus for up to five days without a visa.
As long as tourists enter the country by Minsk International Airport and have travel insurance and at least €25 euros per day in their account, they will be eligible for the free travel.
Visa-free countries: Belarus is allowing five days to travel without a visa
Visa-free countries: Qatar announced last year that no visa was needed up to 30 days
An announcement last August stated that citizens from 80 countries, including the UK, could enter the country visa-free.
British travellers can stay in the Qatar for 30 days before needing a visa.
Surprisingly, 53 per cent of Britons would support visa-free travel for EU citizens post-Brexit in 2019.
Whilst it is currently free to travel between the UK and the EU, some suggest it could soon cost £10 to enter.