My husband, my two kids and I will be going on a 3-4 month holiday next year (roughly June-September 2020) during our parental leave.
As EU citizens we don't expect any problems traveling around most of Europe (Netherlands, Portugal, etc.) but our main destinations are England, Wales and Scotland.
Now with news of a Brexit/no deal Brexit/other options we are unsure whether any of the possible outcomes would mean we would have to rearrange our travel plans.
So in the worst case scenario for us (probably the no deal Brexit), my questions are:
- How long will we be allowed to stay in the UK for a holiday (not working during our stay, mostly sightseeing and visiting some friends)?
- Will we need a passport or will our Germany IDs be enough?
- Will we need to apply for a visa beforehand?
I tried to google the question but all of the links either describe what the situation is like now or how you can apply for "settled status" in the future (which we don't need to, since it's only a (admittedly quite long) holiday.
Is it even possible to say or are the consequences of a no deal Brexit too uncertain to answer these?