For years, Hawai‘i has been packaged as a picturesque paradise. A place where mainland travelers could forget the worries of home. The problem? Hawai‘i’s land, history, and people are often ignored or trampled. Chris Colin reports on the locals who … Read more
The prolonged US travel ban on the EU and lack of reciprocity have pushed the European Commission Vice President, Margaritis Schinas, to cancel his trip to the US.
Schinas revealed the reason behind his trip’s cancellation during a conference of
Airport closures. National lockdowns. Travel restrictions. As COVID-19 spread worldwide, countries quickly began to restrict their borders.
- “Trip stacking” is where travelers book multiple trips for the same vacation in case one is canceled because of COVID-19.
- Most people postpone their second trip rather than cancel it, utilizing flexible booking options.
- Trip stacking can make more money
Taranto, Italy (CNN) — The Puglia region envelops the “heel” of the boot-shaped Italian peninsula. Laden with olive groves, surrounded by clear, sparkling water and speckled with charming, historic towns and villages, its rustic appeal has made it an increasingly
The European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC) has published the new weekly maps of the current Coronavirus situation in the EU countries, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway and Switzerland, based on which the Member States are urged to impose/remove entry
Norway is one of the European countries that has kept some of the strictest restrictions in place in order to prevent the further spread of the COVID-19 within its territory.
The country still continues to do so and advises against
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Tourists from countries with higher vaccination rates were “driving the travel recovery”, Airbnb said on Thursday as it reported strong revenue
FOR A LUCKY few, the mid-20th century was a golden age of air travel: there was plenty of room and the cabin crew were attentive. Back then foreign trips were glamorous and mass tourism was unknown.