Day: August 19, 2021

Évora Portugal

Portugal: Évora International Film Festival to kick off in September

In September, the Évora International Short Film Festival (FIKE) will host a total of 43 films from 20 nations in competition, following the postponement of the 2020 event due to covid-19.   The Évora International Short Film Festival (FIKE) announced in a statement to Lusa News Agency on August 11 that the 17th edition of […]

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Poland: Covid-19 travel rules and restrictions

  Poland is one of the European countries that has retained some of the most rigorous restrictions in place to prevent the Coronavirus disease from spreading further.   The country has maintained its limitations and warns against any needless overseas travel.   While a result, travel to Poland is currently restricted as the government attempts […]

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Spain: Covid travel rules and entry requirements

  Spain is a popular tourist destination for many types of travelers, with everything from sandy beaches to busy cities and delectable tapas.    If you’re planning on visiting Spain, be sure you’re familiar with all of the entrance criteria.     Spain’s Prime Minister, Pedro Sanchez, stated in May that the country would be […]

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Greece: Covid-19 testing required for unvaccinated visitors

  Unvaccinated passengers entering Greece from 13 countries will be forced to undergo a Covid-19 test upon arrival at the airport beginning at 6 a.m. on Friday, according to the Hellenic Civil Aviation Authority (HCAA).   The new aviation rule (NOTAM) requires unvaccinated travelers from Egypt, Albania, Argentina, Brazil, Georgia, Cuba, the United Arab Emirates, […]

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Portugal: 70 pc of population fully vaccinated against Covid-19

  Marta Temido, Portugal‘s Health Minister, revealed today that 70 percent of the country’s population has been completely vaccinated against Covid-19.   The country may proceed into “phase two” of its effort to return to pre-pandemic life “soon than planned” after reaching the milestone yesterday (August 18). Marta Temido informed Portuguese television channel SIC today […]

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France Île-de-France

Paris is the most expensive city for university students

    The most costly areas to study in France are still Paris and nine other university towns in the central Ile de France region, where the cost of living increased by 2.5 percent for students this year.     On the 18th of August, the Unef student union released its annual study on university […]

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