Day: May 14, 2021


Greece has lifted domestic travel restrictions

  Greek Deputy Prime Minister Akis Skertsos declared that domestic travel restrictions in Greece has been lifted from Friday, May 14, but that rules will extend to travel to the islands. Since the country’s second lockdown to combat the spread of the coronavirus, non-essential intra-regional movement (travel between regions) has been prohibited in Greece (Covid-19). […]

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Spain welcomes UK tourists without negative test

  Spain plans to invite British tourists back without requiring a negative Covid evaluation starting on May 20, according to the country’s tourism minister, who encouraged foreign visitors to come and “enjoy a great holiday after the worst year of our lives.”   Mara Reyes Maroto, speaking at the start of a €8 million effort […]

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France: Car-free city centre in Paris by 2022

  Paris city hall has unveiled plans to implement a “no traffic zone” in the center of the city by 2022, in yet another effort to reduce traffic in the area. According to a proposal by socialist mayor Anne Hidalgo, car traffic in the center of Paris will be greatly cut next year. It’s the […]

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Italy has lowest marriage rate in Europe

  According to Eurostat, Italy had the lowest marriage rate in the European Union in 2019, with 3.1 marriages per 1,000 people, led by Portugal and Slovenia (both 3.2) and France, Spain, and Luxembourg (3.5). Italy’s average was 3.2 in 2018.   According to Eurostat, the number of marriages has been gradually decreasing whilst the […]

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Denmark starts reopening of travel activities

  Phase three of the gradual reopening of travel activities to and from Denmark will begin today, May 14, according to Danish authorities. On May 1, the second phase of Denmark’s reopening programme began, allowing completely vaccinated travelers and children under the age of 18 who are permanent residents in Denmark to fly to countries […]

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