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That was my understanding when we left for 120 days Europe trip last October. We therefore planned to spend some weeks in a non-Schengen country (Croatia) but leave enough of our 90 Schengen days to get back through Europe to UK. Luckily didn't matter as all put back to 2021. Admiral insurance renewal was due end Nov so some of the 90 days insurance limit was used before then and then a renewed 90 day limit applied after. I had to call then to extend a fortnight into March but no charge for that. They emailed green card end Nov btw which I had printed at Prague print shop. Hope that info helps.So I’ve been planning a long slow European journey, Amarillo-style, once Covid19 restrictions have been lifted. France, Germany, Spain, Italy, Portugal etc.
But having read the EU rules on foreigners including UK citizens in Europe, it looks like we will be restricted to a 90 day tour and then no more travel in the schengen zone for the following 3 months. Have I read this wrong?
Ps we self isolated 14 days when we got home March despite thinking we were ok. As an aside we expected questions at UK 'border control' re where we had been etc but none were asked surprisingly.
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