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5 July 2021

Two new cycling routes inaugurated in Brussels

Two new cycling routes were inaugurated in Brussels on Saturday July 3rd by Brussels Mobility, in collaboration with Brussels Environment, Walloon Brabant Tourism, Toerisme Vlaams-Brabant, Toerisme […]
5 July 2021

60,000 Visit Wallonia Passes each worth 80€ are now available

The Walloon government wants to support the tourism sector with a big boost and as of today, Monday July 5th, every household may be able to […]
5 July 2021

5 million British tourists could face EU travel issues due to unapproved Covid-19 vaccine

As many European countries announce extra measures for British travellers due to the spread of the Delta variant, another revelation threatens British residents’ ability to travel. Due […]
5 July 2021

State Department says U.S. passports will offer third gender option

On June 30th, the last day of Pride month, the US State Department announced it plans to make travel easier for transgender and non-binary people by enabling […]
5 July 2021

Global economy could lose over $4 trillion due to Covid-19 impact on tourism

The effects of the coronavirus pandemic could cause a loss of more than $4 trillion to the global GDP for the years 2020 and 2021, according […]
2 July 2021

EU to lift travel restrictions for 10 new third countries

Following a review under the recommendation on the gradual lifting of the temporary restrictions on non-essential travel into the EU, the Council of the European Union […]
1 July 2021

Ireland: Only those vaccinated against or recovered from Covid to be allowed into pubs

On Tuesday June 29th, Ireland’s Prime Minister Micheál Martin announced that indoor activities, including dining and bar service, will not return as planned on July 5th. […]
1 July 2021
Brussels Airport

Brussels Airport launches new “Welcome Back” tool to avoid queuing and reduce check-in times

Brussels Airport has developed the ‘Welcome Back’ tool to help passengers plan their trip so they can start their vacation with more ease. Based on flight […]
1 July 2021

Why Venice and Budapest will be added to UNESCO’s endangered heritage list

Some things in life are worth preserving. In our personal lives, it’s up to us to decide what we wish to keep and what we want […]
1 July 2021

Uffizi Difussi: Italy’s new strategy to stop over tourism before travel restarts

Eike Schmidt, director of Italy’s most important museum, is working on an ambitious project called Uffizi Difussi, which would entail a “delocalization” that will lead the […]
30 June 2021

Top 10 world’s coolest streets in 2021

What is it that makes a street lively, appealing? The arrangement of shops, the color of the buildings, the street art, the atmosphere of bars and […]
30 June 2021

Iceland has lifted all Covid-19 restrictions

After fifteen months of measures, Iceland has lifted all restrictions against Covid-19, thanks to the progress of vaccination in the country. The safety distance, the use […]
30 June 2021

Italian teenager shows on TikTok what it’s like to live in a medieval castle

Living in a castle, it’s something we’ve all dreamed about when we were kids. Books, Disney movies, series… They all let us believe that it should […]
30 June 2021

Aviation industry complains that fragmented EU Digital Covid Certificate verification will undermine smooth summer travel

Ahead of the 1st July deadline for Member States to implement the EU Digital COVID Certificate (DCC) system – the crucial enabler for the restoration of […]
30 June 2021

How has the pandemic impacted travelers’ views on sustainability?

A recent survey conducted by Booking.com reveals that the pandemic is influencing consumers’ views on sustainability and how they will travel in the future. The online […]
29 June 2021

Giant Buddhist statue in Japan gets a mask to pray for the end of the pandemic

A group of workers have put a mask on the 57-meter tall figure of the Buddhist goddess Kannon to help end the Covid-19 pandemic. A year […]
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