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2 August 2020

A Spanish must-live experience: Las Fallas
📍Valencia, Spain

Have you ever seen a whole town wearing make-up and incredible costumes? Once in your lifetime you have to experienceThe Fallas, in Valencia! The Fallas is Europe’s 2nd most popular event,only […]
31 July 2020

Why should angling be an integral part of the EU’s tourism strategy?

While the European Union is working on a strategy for the recovery of the EU tourism sector, the European Parliament Forum on Recreational Fisheries and Aquatic Environment held a Webinar to […]
31 July 2020

Star Alliance allows you to plan with confidence during Covid-19

At the end of June, Star Alliance – the world’s largest global airline alliance – has launched its Travel Information Hub, where passengers can find news […]
31 July 2020

Airlines less hopeful of rapid recovery

According to the forecast the International Air Transport Association (IATA), the recovery in air traffic has been slower than what was expected. The forecast reveals that […]
31 July 2020

Georgia welcomes visitors
who wish to work remotely

Georgia announced that it plans to welcome long-term visitors interested in working remotely from anywhere in the country. The initiative is part of the country’s reopening […]
31 July 2020

Covid-19 contagion cases
skyrocket in Brazil

On July 29th, Brazil’s Health Ministry confirmed 69,074 new cases and 1,595 deaths, both new single-day records. The country has been severely hit by the pandemic […]
30 July 2020

Separated by Covid-19:
#LoveIsNotTourism campaign

Bi-national couples separated because of Covid-19 travel restrictions are campaigning to have family reunifications considered as essential travel. A campaign with #LoveIsNotTourism has been launched on […]
30 July 2020

TAP Air Portugal resumes 65 routes in August
and 76 in September

In September, the Portuguese carrier replenishes about 40 percent of its normal pre-Covid operation. About 500 round-trip flights per week in August. In September, TAP will […]
30 July 2020

Indonesia, Dubai and Rwanda:
Recipients of Safe Travels stamp

Popular holiday hot-spots Indonesia, Dubai and Rwanda are among the latest destinations begin using to the world’s first ever global safety and hygiene stamp, which was […]
30 July 2020

Germany advises against travel
to Barcelona and Costa Brava

Following a spike in Covid-19 cases, the German authorities have released a new travel advice for some of Spain’s most popular tourist destinations. Authorities fear that […]
29 July 2020

United Kingdom on the brink to impose quarantine on travelers from Belgium

The UK government is seriously considering to apply quarantine restrictions on arrivals from Belgium, as well as those from Luxembourg, starting as early as Thursday July […]
29 July 2020

Who would you bring to this magical place?
📍Bom Jesus, Braga, Portugal

Bom Jesus is a unique architectural gem in Braga nestled in the beauty of Northern Portugal. Dating from the XIII century, the sanctuary was built in […]
29 July 2020

Covid-19 fatigue: Secret raves organized in Berlin despite risks

When the Covid-19 emergency started five months ago, Berlin’s clubs were among the first places to shut down. But parties have never stopped in the German […]
29 July 2020

Revamped insurance guidelines to help recovery of tourism sector

Insurance is a vital part of tourism. It provided peace of mind and risk mitigation to consumers, suppliers, and organisations across the travel and tourism sector. […]
28 July 2020

Ryanair reports worst quarter in 35-years history

Europe’s largest low-cost airline had the most difficult quarter in its 35-year history due to the Covid-19 crisis. Ryanair reported a loss of 185 million euros […]
28 July 2020

US$320 billion: Latest data of Covid-19 impact on tourism

The toll of Covid-19 on international tourism is becoming more and more clear. Data from the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) shows that, up to May, the […]
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