In a press release this morning, the Council of Europe updated the "list of countries, special administrative regions and other entities and territorial authorities for which travel restrictions should be lifted", and the USA are finally on the list.
Great news for travellers of Romania and Poland! The Government of Cyprus just announced that, starting from June 17, travellers from these two countries can visit the Mediterranean destination without test or quarantine!
Good news for anyone looking to travel to an absolute paradise on earth. Starting next month, the Government of Mauritius will start allowing tourists in the country although with some very strict rules, that it plans to loosen up next Autumn!AS AU EU US
In a move to reactivate the economy, Colombia's Health Minister announced that, starting from June 8, visitors will not need to present a negative PCR test at the border in order to enter the country.EU
For those that have been vaccinated against Covid or the less-lucky that had it, but fortunately recovered, a question now arises: Where can I travel without being subject to test or quarantine? There are already some great options in Europe:AS AU EU US
Spain will allow British travellers to enter the country without a negative PCR test from May 24.AS AU EU US
In a press release today, the European Union announced its most recent recommendation on restrictions regarding non-essential travel from third countries.EU
Great news! According to several sources, travel without the need to present a negative Covid-19 test will benefit more European citizens than expected this Summer! Austria is implementing the measure starting from today!AS AU EU US
Maldives Ministry of Tourism announced that starting from tomorrow, April 20th, all visitors that got the final dose of the Covd-19 vaccine two weeks prior to their arrival to the Archipelago don't need to present a negative PCR test anymore.AS AU EU US
The exotic island of Seychelles will be reopening its borders for tourists from all over the world, with few COVID-19 measures in place, from March 25.