Travel


8 September 2021

Did you know it’s now possible to camp in a church?

This year many people in the UK have found an unusual way to spend their holidays locally: camping in a church. Given that local destinations have […]
8 September 2021

Curaçao is welcoming international tourists again

Following the opening to tourism of countries such as Iceland, Belize or Seychelles, Curaçao has announced that it will allow the entry of international travelers, regardless […]
8 September 2021

Berlin tourist industry closes the summer with pent-up demand

Since the reopening of the German capital last June, the Berlin tourism industry is showing positive signs of recovery. In the first semester of 2021, the […]
8 September 2021

Israel to reopen for small groups of vaccinated travellers

Last Sunday, Israel’s government communicated the intention to reopen its borders for small tour groups of vaccinated travellers. Starting from September 19, the country will welcome […]
7 September 2021

US travel rebound means $800 million for domestic cleaners

Pandemic has generated many changes in travel need and habits. Many American consumers are concerned about rising prices, but some higher costs are resulting in more […]
7 September 2021

Hotel investors remain undaunted by the pandemic

Over a third of real estate investors intend to buy more hotels across Europe, according to the latest research from real estate advisory firm Cushman & Wakefield. Despite […]
31 August 2021

EU scraps US from Covid-19 “safe list” amid Delta fears

Restrictions like testing, quarantining, and barring non-essential travel will be reimposed to United States (US) unvaccinated travelers coming to the European Union (EU), the European Council […]
30 August 2021

World’s Northernmost Island discovered by accident

What a great moment for science and discovery! Just like Christopher Columbus thought he had discovered a new way to reach India, last July six scientists […]
30 August 2021

Soon, there will be a price to pay to visit Venice

Last month, Italy banned large cruise ships from entering the waters around Venice. Now the Italian city is taking additional measures to combat overtourism. Starting from […]
30 August 2021

Tourism Australia’s new campaign has nothing to do with travel

Tourism Australia’s latest campaign is not promoting travel to the Great Barrier Reef or the Great Ocean Road but something altogether different. “It’s Our Best Shot […]
27 August 2021

From Granada to Athens by bike: Europe is developing a giant cycling network

When thinking of a cycling culture, the Netherlands most probably jump to mind. With its mainly flat landscape and endless roads, it’s no wonder its inhabitants […]
25 August 2021

Spanish village tells tourists to stop complaining about rural noises

The host/guest relationship in tourism can often pose difficulties, creating conflicts as holidaymakers cause problems for locals and vice versa. Ribadesella, a village of 5,700 people […]
24 August 2021

Portugal to start lifting restrictions

Portugal is anticipating the lifting of some restrictions, the government announced on Friday, August 20th. This was confirmed by Jean-Pierre Pinheiro, director of the Portuguese Tourist […]
18 August 2021

Burj al Babas. The ghost Disney-like castle village in Turkey

Burj Al Babas was born as a dream place full of castles and a perfect refuge for an elite. Today it is a ghost town. In […]
13 August 2021

Brussels in Bloom: A unique flower tour starting on August 15th

Flower lovers can once again indulge themselves in the European capital. The City of Brussels, the non-profit organisation Tapis de Fleurs de Bruxelles and Floraliën are […]
12 August 2021

Iceberg Queen. A 77-grandma almost got lost in the sea

Posing for photos is usually funny and pleasant, but a 77-years old grandmother from Texas can assure you it can be also very thorny. Judith Streng […]
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