The Maldives, Paris or Venice come to mind when planning for a honeymoon. But it turns out that the most popular destination for newlyweds is none of the above!
With 11 million people, Wuhan is a city that will go down in history for the worst reasons - it was here, in a local market, that the first outbreak of COVID-19 occurred and ended up spreading across the world. Now it makes news again, but for very different reasons.
A shocking incident occurred with a Ryanair passenger that was flying Ryanair from London to Valencia. Instead of the Spanish city, the airline mistakenly brought her to...Kyiv.AS AU EU US
Nothing stops hardcore travellers. The persistence of this Japanese tourist knows no bounds. He was waiting for more than six months to get to contemplate one of the New Seven Wonders of the World!AS AU EU US
A great example of how creativity can help turn things around. A café in central Prague Prague decided to create a coronavirus dessert in order to try to counter the huge decline in sales. And it became...well...viral.AS AU EU US
On the occasion of World Teacher’s Day, Qatar Airways will give away 21,000 complimentary tickets to teachers to thank them for their vital work in educating young people worldwide during the challenges brought by the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.AS AU EU US
More great news! Maldives is lifting all restrictions for visitors next month. No quarantine will be necessary!EU
Good news! Ryanair passengers booking flights for July or August will have possibility to change their reservations free of charge.
More good news, this time from Spain! One of the hardest hit countries by the Covid-19 pandemic, the Mediterranean nation is planning to reopen its borders for visitors starting on July 1 without the need of a 14-day quarantine period!AS AU EU US
On June 15 Greece will open the tourist season with flights to Athen's Eleftherios Venizelos Airport, and on July 1 international flights to other destinations in the country will start. According with Greek Health Minister Haris Theoharis, foreign tourists will be able to enter Greece without having to do coronavirus tests and a mandatory 14-day quarantine said