Month: July 2021

Spain

The cheapest nicest hotels in Spain for August 2021

      Check out some of the cheap Malaga holiday deals you can book now for August including some all-inclusive options too! *Seven nights:  €633 at the 2* Ibis Malaga Centro Ciudad. Book here.   *Seven nights:  €663 at the 3* Hotel Malaga Nostrum. Book here. *Seven nights:  €660 at the 3* Hotel Zenit […]

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Malta

The cheapest nicest hotels in Malta for August 2021

  Check out some of the cheap Valletta holiday deals you can book now for August including some all-inclusive options too! *Seven nights:  €567 at the Jean de Valette Boutique Living. Book here. *Seven nights:  €637 at the 2* Grand Harbour Hotel. Book here. *Seven nights:  €683 at the 3*Osborne Hotel. Book here. *Seven nights:  […]

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Portugal

The cheapest nicest hotels in Portugal for August 2021

  *Book in advance, up to 19% off Pestana Hotel Group, Portugal. Book here.      * Reserve con anticipación, hasta un 19% de descuento Pestana Hotel Group, Portugal. Book here.   * Stays with meal included from €75 night Pestana Hotels, Portugal. Book here.   * Estancias con comida incluida desde 75 € noche […]

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Italy

The cheapest nicest hotels in Italy for August 2021

  Check out :    Venice starting from €123 per person/night Gruppo UNA Hotels. Book here.       Venice romantic dinner + breakfast + room from €69 per person/night Gruppo UNA. Book here.   Kids Free 100% for up to 14 years old Gruppo UNA hotels, Italy. Book here.       Check out some of […]

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France

The cheapest nicest hotels in France for August 2021

  Check out some of the cheap French Riviera holiday deals you can book now for August including some all-inclusive options too! *Seven nights:  €814 at the 3* easyHotel Nice Palais des Congres Vieux Nice. Book here. *Seven nights:  €732 at the 3* Zenitude Hotel Le Cannet. Book here. *Seven nights:  €688 at the 3* […]

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France

France: Demonstrations against new COVID-19 rules

On Bastille Day, an estimated 20,000 people gathered in towns throughout the nation to protest a new law that would mandate healthcare professionals to be vaccinated – or risk losing their jobs – and make Covid-19 “health permits” a necessity in many public locations.   Only individuals who have been vaccinated or have had a […]

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Turkey

Turkey: Arab visitors attracted by cheap lira

Arab tourists drawn by quarantine-free travel and a low lira are helping Turkey‘s tourism industry revive, even as the nation battles to fill the vacuum left by Britons who are still barred from visiting.   The tourist sector in Turkey accounts for up to 12% of the GDP and is a major source of foreign […]

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Greece

Greece: Coast Guard officers check ferries travelers documents

As of Thursday, July 15, officers of the Hellenic Coast Guard will be in charge of checking travelers documents at ports before they board boats to the Greek islands.   According to the Greek Shipping Ministry, coast guard officials will oversee the boarding procedure to ensure that tourists’ proper documentation are properly verified and that […]

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Cyprus

EasyJet Holidays adds more capacity in Cyprus

  Following the relaxation of travel restrictions, EasyJet Holidays has increased capacity in Spain, Greece, and Cyprus. From July 19, fully vaccinated and under-18s will no longer be required to self-isolate when returning to England or Scotland from amber list countries, and FCDO guidance for all three countries has altered, leading the operator to ramp […]

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Malta

Malta: New requirements to enter the country

Malta‘s new travel limits went into effect on Wednesday, as health officials battle an escalating number of COVID-19 cases every day.   The most significant change is the necessity of a vaccination certificate for admission onto the island without quarantine from nations on the’red list,’ as well as the introduction of obligatory quarantine for unvaccinated […]

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Portugal

Portugal will reach pre-pandemic travel level in 2023

Luís Araújo, head of Portugal’s tourist board, said at a presentation of the “Reactivate tourism. Build the Future” initiative in Ponta Delgada that tourism in Portugal could approach 2019 levels by 2023.   According to Luís Araújo, this objective is completely achievable, albeit it is highly dependent on the connection and transportation circumstances of the […]

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Italy

Italy will ban large cruise ships from Venice lagoon

  Italy has proclaimed Venice‘s canals a “national monument,” prohibiting huge cruise ships from entering the lagoon city, which faces being designated as an endangered World Heritage Site by the UN later this month.   The restriction was agreed hastily during a Cabinet meeting on July 13 and will take effect on August 1st, according […]

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