Madeira Islands will remain on the FCO UK travel corridor, effective from 12th September. Since the start of the pandemic, the archipelago has been considered one of the safest destinations in Europe. With Madeira Islands on the travel corridor, British tourists can continue to enjoy the destination that has just been recognised as one of … Continue reading The Madeira Islands remain one of the safest destinations in Europe. They are on the UK travel corridor
There's no shortage of things to do in Europe: From riding an Alpine train in Switzerland and driving along Ireland's Wild Atlantic Way to shop for vintage treasure in Berlin, there are so many experiences to soak up. In fact, one lifetime feels like it’s hardly enough. As we stay closer to home for the … Continue reading 35 experiences in Europe, from which each traveler can choose
Travel company Tui has canceled all holidays to a party resort on a Greek island because of customers failing to follow coronavirus safety measures. Acording with bbc.com, Tui said it would no longer be offering trips to the resort of Laganas, on Zakynthos, from Thursday.It comes after six clusters of cases were linked to flights … Continue reading Tui halts trips to Zante resort of Laganas after virus clusters
Ryanair SALE 2020! Cheap flights for €5 one-way! Ryanair launched SALE, seats only from 4 EUR one-way. You can book cheap deals across all Europe. Fly with Ryanair and save money. Do not wait long, tickets are limited! Fotografie de Kristina Paukshtite pe Pexels.com Ryanair is Europe’s favorite airline, operating more than 1,600 daily flights from … Continue reading Ryanair SALE: flights from €5 one-way!
According with travelmagazine.net, Geneva Tourism has launched and initiative whereby travelers may receive money to visit the city. Visitors receive a Geneva Gift Card of 100CHF (approximately $USD 111) to spend at a range of hotels, restaurants, cafes, bars, and some additional activities such as the Local Flavours Chocolate Tour. Included in the offer one … Continue reading Geneva offers money to tourists for visiting the city
Uber announced its partnership with Thames Clippers in early July, which will see river boats emblazoned with Uber branding and passengers able to buy tickets directly through the Uber app.The payment will be processed using Uber account details and passengers will then be able to use QR technology to board. The service is still operated … Continue reading Londoners will be able to zip along the Thames in an Uber Boat by Thames Clippers
Soon passengers boarding the Eurostar won't need to present their passports as the cross-Channel rail operator prepares to introduce facial recognition technology. The scheme is similar to facial recognition technology in place at major airports including London's Heathrow and Shanghai's Hongqiao. Fotografie de Paul IJsendoorn pe Pexels.com Set to launch in March 2021, the Eurostar … Continue reading Eurostar launches face scanners. Goodbye passports!
The European Commission on Friday called on Schengen member states and Schengen-associated states to extend the temporary restriction on non-essential travel to the EU by another 30 days until 15 June, according to a Commission statement.The Commission points out that the situation caused by the coronavirus pandemic remains fragile, both in Europe and worldwide, even … Continue reading The European Commission calls for the borders to remain closed for travel until the summer