Month: October 2021

London

LONDON TO AMSTERDAM BY TRAIN

LONDON TO AMSTERDAM BY TRAIN    CHEAPEST PRICE  BOOK HERE     The fastest trains from London to Amsterdam take around 3 hours and 41 minutes, covering a distance of approximately 357 kilometres. On weekdays, the first train leaving London is scheduled to depart at around 07:16. The last departure is usually at around 17:31. This […]

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Italy

Italy: Small town in Abruzzo offers homes for only 1 euro

The latest Italian municipality to sell off gorgeous properties for the low price of €1 is situated adjacent to popular ski areas, which is great news for enthusiastic skiers. The town of Pratola Peligna is the first in the Abruzzo region to join the €1 plan.   Pratola Peligna is located in the Apennine Mountains, […]

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Portugal

Portugal: Petrol, diesel prices continue to surge to new records

Two days after the government stated it will reduce its tax grab on the price of gasoline and diesel, both prices have risen for the 35th time this year, evaporating the government’s gesture. Both diesel and gasoline prices have increased by 1.5 cents as of Monday morning, making Portugal‘s fuel the 5th most expensive in […]

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Spain

Hundreds of migrants are trapped in southern Spain

It’s been a deadly weekend for irregular immigrants trying to reach Spanish coastlines, with authorities reporting that 540 people have attempted to enter the country illegally in the last few days alone.  Several youngsters and pregnant women were among them. The boats were able to reach the Balearic and Canary Islands, as well as the […]

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Czechia

Czechia restricts its COVID-19 rules for unvaccinated foreign travelers

Because Finland, Hungary, and Luxembourg have been placed in the red category, which comprises high-risk nations in terms of the COVID-19 situation, unvaccinated and unrecovered persons will no longer be able to enter the Czech Republic without following necessary quarantine requirements upon arrival. In addition, according to the Czech Ministry of Health, tourists from the […]

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Greece

Greece will get first pill to treat COVID-19

The Minister of Health, Thanos Plevris, indicated that the first anti-coronavirus medications will arrive in Greece in early 2022; nevertheless, for the next several months, the vaccine will be the only reliable defense.  The goal, according to the minister, who spoke with MEGATV this morning, is that no one gets sick and has to go […]

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France Spain

Spain, France among the world’s safest countries

Spain and France are among the safest EU nations to visit, according to the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC), which has been reporting low infection rates for several weeks.   According to ECDC’s most current weekly data, the bulk of the nations stated above have identified less than 50 Coronavirus infection cases […]

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France

France no longer allows Moderna COVID booster shots

France‘s High Authority for Health decided on Friday not to inject the innoculation developed by Moderna for the country’s booster vaccination campaign.    The French health regulator decided on 15th of October to no longer allow the Moderna vaccine to be injected as a booster dose against Covid-19. Only Pfizer-BioNTech’s vaccine is used for the […]

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Portugal

Portugal ranked the most desirable country for LGBTQ+ visitors

  According to a research conducted by the ParkSleepFLy platform, Lisbon and Porto are both among the top cities for LGBTQ+ travelers, scoring 100 percent on the anti-discrimination score.  Cologne, Germany, is ranked third, and it is also one of the most welcoming cities in Europe for LGBTQ+ visitors (with an anti-discrimination score of 79). […]

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Greece

Greece extends Covid-19 travel rules for international flights

  The Hellenic Civil Aviation Authority (HCAA) announced on Friday that all of Greece‘s Covid-19 travel requirements for international flights and passengers had been extended. The regulations, which have been extended until October 22, are part of the HCAA’s Covid-19 aviation directives (NOTAMs), which govern international flights and arrivals in Greece.  The cheapest nicest hotels […]

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Italy

Italy: Protests erupt as Green Pass comes into effect

  The Green Permithealth pass went into effect at all Italian companies on Friday, sparking significant protests and strikes.   Three of Italy‘s six major ports were disrupted.   The Green Passindicates that a person has been vaccinated against COVID-19, has recovered, or has tested negative in the past several days.The cheapest nicest hotels in […]

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Norway

Sinovac vaccine among those approved for entry into Norway

Norway has become the twelfth EU and Schengen Area country to recognize the Sinovacvaccine as genuine proof of immunity, which means that anyone who has received the vaccine will no longer be subject to entrance restrictions. According to a press release issued by the Norwegian Ministry of Health and Care Services on October 5, all […]

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