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“Food and Plastic Waste Reduction Standards for Tourism Businesses” published by PATA

With its latest initiative titled “Food and Plastic Waste Reduction Standards for Tourism Businesses”, the Pacific Asia Travel Association aims to develop new industry standards and tools, as well as innovative trainings that enable Thai tourism stakeholders to build sustainability. following the Covid-19 pandemic. . PATA CEO Liz Ortiguera commented: …

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Ignacio Guerras: “Madrid, tourist destination”

Ignacio Guerras has been the head of the Madrid Golf Federation for almost 20 years, which these days celebrates its annual professional tournament, the Madrid PGAe Championship. A good opportunity for an interview that serves to take the pulse of the situation of golf in the Madrid federation, which provides, …

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Woman found under chairlift dies at theme park near Great Smoky Mountains, officials say | app

A woman has died at a theme park in a popular tourist destination in Tennessee, officials said. The woman was pronounced dead after being found under a chairlift at Anakeesta theme park in Gatlinburg, the city said in a news release. × This page requires JavaScript. Javascript is required for …

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Greece is not yet the ideal destination for digital nomads, according to a study

Photo © GTP Slow internet, poor connectivity and lagging social and economic conditions are pushing Greece off the wish lists of digital nomads, according to the Global Remote Work Index recently published by cybersecurity experts NorthLayer. Specifically, despite good scores for climate and cybersecurity, Greece is ranked 32n/a on a …

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Zagreb is the best value for money European tourist destination

Photo: Jose Alfonso Cussianovich ZAGREB, July 25 (Hina) — Zagreb was the European tourist destination with the best value for money in June, according to Mabrian, a Barcelona-based company analyzing tourist data that ranked 14 destinations. “Although it is among the last in terms of air connectivity, it shows a …

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You need at least P30M to obtain Spanish citizenship

In recent years, many Filipinos have rediscovered Spain not only as a vacation destination, but also as a place where they can relocate and start their lives over. Some Filipino parents are convinced that Spain’s coveted Golden Visa will provide their children with better job prospects and a more stable …

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Indian passport holders do not need prior visa to travel to 60 countries

Japan, Singapore and South Korea have the most powerful passports in the world, according to the latest ranking published by Henley Passport Index. A Japanese passport offers hassle-free entry to 193 countries and remains the most powerful for the fifth consecutive year. Singapore and South Korea, which according to the …

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ZeroAvia Secures Additional $30M in Funding from IAG, Barclays, NEOM and UNEA

ZeroAvia has three major airline groups as strategic investors in the form of IAG, United Airlines and Alaska Airlines. The new investment will advance ZeroAvia’s 2-5MW hydrogen-electric powertrain development program, which aims to equip 40-80-seat aircraft with zero-emission engines by 2026. Large aircraft will use liquid rather than gaseous hydrogen …

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Thousands of people in France and Spain evacuated as wildfires continue

O fires caused by extreme heat prompted authorities to evacuate thousands of people across Europe. France evacuated 16,000 people in the south-west region of Gironde – a popular tourist destination – with blazes taking hold in the Teste-de-Buch and Landiras areas. “Given the weather conditions and the significant risk of …

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“Just hell.” 5 countries affected by the heat wave in Europe – POLITICO

As Europe feels the heat, the politicians are sweating. In the UK, an emergency Cabinet meeting was called on Saturday to discuss Britain’s first-ever ‘Extreme Red’ heat warning. In France, a lawmaker described the sweltering weather as “hell”. In Portugal, the Prime Minister monitors dangerous forest fires. While temperatures in …

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The Hard Rock Hotel Marbella officially opens on July 14

WHY IT RATES: The all-inclusive, adults-only Hard Rock Hotel Marbella on the spectacular Costa del Sol (Spanish Sunshine Coast) will expand the success achieved in Ibiza and Tenerife through Hard Rock International’s partnership with Palladium Hotel Group, which will manage the newly renovated property. — Laurie Baratti, TravelPulse Associate Editor …

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10 facts about Spain you need to know before visiting

Naps and Paella are the most popular words with which visitors identify Spain. But there is much more to this country than travelers realize. While people mainly focus on finding the best accommodation, amazing food scene, transportation, and sightseeing when planning their trip to Spain, there are some facts you …

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11 pros and cons of retiring in the Canary Islands

The Canary Islands are an archipelago in the Atlantic Ocean west of the African continent. At their closest point, they float just 62 miles west of Morocco. The eight main islands are Tenerife, Fuerteventura, Gran Canaria, Lanzarote, La Palma, La Gomera, El Hierro and La Graciosa. There are also many …

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A major rule change at a popular vacation hotspot takes effect this WEEK – will your vacation plans be affected?

A MAJOR rule change in a popular tourist destination takes effect this WEEK. Greek officials have agreed that tourists infected with Covid-19 while in the country will not be required to self-quarantine. 1 Greece changes its rules for tourists who contract Covid-19 while in the countryCredit: Alamy The country’s ministers …

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Aerolineas Argentinas resumed flights to Cuba

In the framework of the Cuba Única conference, held in this capital and in the city of Cordoba, Lombardo described the inaugural trip, made on Monday, as a success after six years of interruption of this route. It was an event, practically full both out and back. The work done …

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Carnival of Los Indianos in La Palma voted second best party in Spain

Clubrural this year celebrated the 3rd edition of Mi Fiesta es la Mejor (My party is the best) after a two-year break due to the pandemic. Among the various festivals in Spain initially proposed as candidates, ten were selected as finalists due to their originality and their cultural and …

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Tourists can’t pronounce ‘Edinburgh’ correctly as new survey has Capital alongside Phuket and Dubai

Language-learning platform Preply has used Google search data to reveal a list of the world’s most mispronounced holiday destinations – and the capital tops the list. Amy Pritchett, Learning Success Manager at Preply, said, “There’s nothing more embarrassing than arriving at a new vacation destination and mispronouncing its name in …

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Expedia, Vrbo and Hotels.com reveal top travel trends and destinations for summer 2022

Expedia, Hotels.com and Vrbo have revealed their 2022 summer travel trends that Britons can’t get enough of right now. Based on UK holidaymakers’ searches for flights, hotels and holiday homes, Expedia Group brands have compiled two main lists: one for the most popular destinations and one for hotspots. fastest growing. …

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WATCH OUT The pope is venerated by only half of the Christian world

VSChristianity, a major world religion, stems from the life, teachings and death of Jesus of Nazareth, the Christ or God’s Anointed in the 1st century common era. Constantine made Christianity the official religion of Rome. On February 27, 380, in Thessaloniki, the Eastern Roman Emperor Theodosius I (347 – 395) …

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Best all-inclusive hotels with water parks in the Canary Islands on TripAdvisor – from £43 pp per night

NOTHING beats a family vacation in the sunny Canary Islands, especially when you stay at a hotel with an on-site water park. We’ve found the best deals for the Canary Islands’ best all-inclusive hotels with water parks from £43 pps per night, as rated by TripAdvisor reviewers. 8 We’ve found …

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Popular holiday destinations are still under strict Covid restrictions for UK travelers

With summer upon us, many Britons are looking to get away to the sun for a short while, but some places are still enforcing strict Covid-19 restrictions Britons looking to get away this summer should be wary of travel restrictions ( Image: Getty Images/iStockphoto) Britons will look to swap the …

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An elite armed police squad patrols Magaluf as part of the crackdown on drunken tourists

An elite team of armed police will protect holidaymakers at some of Spain’s most popular resorts. The Spanish elite Guardia Civil GRS (reserve and security group) will be stationed in Mallorca for the summer as part of a wider crime repression plan and poor behavior powered by alcohol. Some of …

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Ten of the best European regions you’ve never heard of

Durbuy in the Belgian Walloon region. Photo: iStock TOKAJ, HUNGARY Photo: Janos Illesi/iStock Sweet wines from the Tokaj region (often spelled Tokay in English) are so beloved by Hungarians that they are even mentioned in the national anthem. On a continent filled with famous wine regions, this one is less …

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Spain heatwave: I traveled to Valencia during the heat dome and almost passed out – here’s what you need to know

BRITS in Spain are warned of a dangerous heat dome this week – and I was there in the middle of it. Valencia, Spain’s third largest city, was my destination of choice, expecting to enjoy some tapas in the center followed by a day at the beach. 4 I was …

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Citadines Amigo Iloilo: your home in the city of love

History By Edwin P. Sallan Red De Asis Pictures Often referred to as the City of Love or the City of Smiles, Iloilo is the capital of its densely populated eponymous province, a highly urbanized economy and, yes, a sought-after tourist destination. And for good reason. Those who have never …

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Holidays in Spain: the Irish government’s five “rules” to avoid a nightmarish trip

The Irish government has published five important rules to follow when it comes to traveling to Spain this summer to avoid having a holiday from hell. After two long years of Covid-19 restrictions and trip cancellations, many people are leaving the island to enjoy vacations abroad. Spain is a popular …

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Reactivated tourism boosts Panamanian economy

(MENAFN-Panama Newsroom) The reactivation of tourism in Panama provided a total economic impact for the country’s economy of $500,492,130 from January 2021 to April 2022, reports the Tourism Promotion Fund (Promtur). ‘The agreements with organizations such as Expedia, Hotelbeds, Copa Airlines, Air Europa, Edreams, Maxitravel, Dream and Travel, among others, …

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Overview: The Catalan capital regains its swagger | Photography

In 1951, General Franco’s regime in Spain, bankrupted by two wars, reached an agreement that allowed the US Navy’s Sixth Fleet and some Royal Navy ships to dock in Barcelona. The sailors found the Catalan capital, center of resistance to Francoism and fascism, on its knees. The city’s economy was …

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Latest travel restrictions in Spain, Greece and Italy after rules update ahead of holiday season

Spain, Greece and Italy are all popular tourist destinations that are expected to be busy this summer. The three European countries have announced major changes to their travel rules in recent weeks. From Covid jabs to mask rules, many major restrictions are being relaxed. For the most part, things look …

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The Country Club Plaza is 100 years old. Explore the history behind its most iconic buildings | KCUR 89.3

This story was first published in KCUR’s Creative Adventure newsletter. You can sign up to get stories like this delivered to your inbox every Tuesday. The Country Club Plaza celebrated its 100th anniversary last month, and this milestone marks 100 years of architecture, festivities, and even weird history. KCUR’s podcast, …

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Travel on budget: here are some affordable places you can visit this year

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Japan is the number one tourist destination in the world

While Japan has been closed to tourists for much of the past two years, the country has come out on top in recent years. Travel and Tourism Development Index by the World Economic Forum. The report covers a range of sustainability benchmarks and metrics from the travel and tourism industry …

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Spain relaxes entry rules for unvaccinated tourists

Spain relaxed entry rules for unvaccinated tourists from outside the EU on Saturday, boosting the major tourism sector ahead of the summer holidays. Presentation of the negative test Until now, travelers from outside the EU, including the UK, Spain’s main tourist destination, could only enter with proof of recovery from …

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Bring on the Red Sea >> Scuttlebutt Sailing News

by Craig Leweck, Scuttlebutt Sailing NewsA London PR firm has contacted Scuttlebutt’s global headquarters, wanting to spread news about how foiling and ocean racing boats and sailors are in Jeddah in May and June as part of the season’s celebrations. Jeddah organized by the National Events Center of Saudi Arabia. …

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All European countries you can travel to without a vaccine or COVID test

European travel is finally starting to look like something close to normal again. The number of countries that have removed all Covid-related entry restrictions is growing and many are also dropping national rules on masks and social distancing. Here are all the destinations that now offer hassle-free travel. The only …

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Holidays in Spain: Blue Flag Beaches and Best Coastal Areas in Spain | Beach vacation | Travel

Spain has obtained blue flag status for 621 beaches, 103 marinas and five tourist boats. Blue Flag beaches must meet a rigorous set of cleanliness, environmental, safety and accessibility criteria. Fernando Valdés, Secretary of State for Tourism, said: “We can say loud and clear that we have the best and …

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Ryanair clarifies face mask rules for Spain, Portugal, Italy and other major Irish tourist destinations

Ryanair has announced that face masks will still be mandatory on flights to 15 EU countries when the general face mask rule is dropped from next Monday. Many popular vacation spots will be affected as the countries that will still be affected are Spain, Portugal, Italy, Greece and Malta. Ireland’s …

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Mallorca must give the Brits a warm welcome this year

Manuel Butler, head of the Spanish tourist office in London, said the number of tourists from the UK is expected to return to pre-Brexit levels this summer. He said: “This first post-Brexit summer, we should welcome British tourists with open arms.” Although Brexit rules came into effect last summer, many …

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COVID-19 vaccine requirements: Canadian travel information

As travel opens up, you should double-check that you will be able to visit. Canada lifted its non-essential travel advisory in March and the coronavirus testing requirement before entry in April – but vaccine requirements remain in place. Travelers must receive a full course (two doses) of a vaccine approved …

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UK holidaymakers warned as snakes wake up for summer

British holidaymakers considering a trip to Spain have been urged to be on red alert as the country’s snakes swarm for the season. Mallorca, one of the most popular destinations with Brits, will see snakes become more common between May and July as snakes search for the perfect nesting spot. …

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Ahipara’s Renovated Korora Park Is Expected To Attract People From All Over

Ahipara’s upgraded Korora Park now features a new made-in-France whale playground and the second of its kind in the world. Photo / Myjanne Jensen Residents of Ahipara were excited to finally test out their new community facility this weekend, with the upgraded Korora Park officially opening on Saturday. The new …

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Astronomers travel to La Palma in Spain

SINGAPORE, April 29, 2022: Did you know that the Canary Island of La Palma is one of the best places on the planet for stargazing? The island known as “Bonito Island” (Pretty Island) is the first Starlight reserve in the world, and thanks to this, it is protected in order …

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In Africa, Morocco ranks 2nd most visited country

Published on: Wednesday April 27, 2022 In Morocco each year, the average number of visitors of 12 million makes the country the second most visited country on the African continent. This North African country is the second after Egypt. According to a report by the African exhibitor, Egypt welcomes an …

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The 5 most affordable summer destinations in Europe for 2022

Share the article Last update 1 hour ago The British Post has published its annual report Global Vacation Cost Barometerwhich lists popular destinations offering the best value for money in 2022. By calculating the daily costs of eight items that tourists are most likely to buy, they identified the Top …

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Dominican Republic approves codeshare between Iberia and Qatar Airways

On Thursday morning (21), the President of the Civil Aviation Council of the Dominican Republic announced that the body had approved code-sharing operations between Iberia and Qatar Airways, which will allow Qatar to operate the flights of correspondence from Doha to Santo Domingo via Madrid (Iberia) between March and October …

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The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has updated its list of travel advisories; the majority of Europe is now considered a “high” risk area

On Monday, the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention presented a new approach to assessing travel risk. CDC head office Many European countries, as well as other high-profile places around the world, are now considered to be at “high” risk for Covid-19.The new methodology classifies travel locations into the …

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The great tourist windfall

The Balearic Islands are entitled to 230 million euros of European Next Generation funds for the “revival of tourism”. Twenty percent of that funding has so far been disbursed, with 30 million having landed in Mallorca. This will help propel the island, as the President of the Council of Mallorca, …

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25 California Wineries Every Wine-lover Should Know

Realm Cellars may be one of the youngest wineries on the list, but its age certainly has no impact on the quality of its wines. Owner Scott Becker saw the brand through bankruptcy, an early iteration as a virtual winery, and now an established spot in Napa’s prestigious Stags Leap …

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Chemicals in sunscreens damaging Mediterranean Sea ecosystems

Posidonia Oceanica, or Mediterranean Seagrass, from Naxos, Greece. Credit: Mark Burgess/Wikimedia Commons/CC BY SA 3.0 A recent study found that chemicals in sunscreens can damage vital seagrass ecosystems in the Mediterranean Sea. The Mediterranean seagrass Posidonia oceania has been particularly affected by chemicals, according to the study published in the …

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Major rule change in DAYS for Irish tourists to Spain

THOUSANDS of Irish holidaymakers will be flying to Spain – as the Easter holidays mark the start of the exodus to the summer hotspot. But although Covid-19 restrictions are all but a thing of the past here, travel rules and requirements are still in place elsewhere. 3 Many were left …

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Summer 2022: Iberojet increases its flights to Mexico and the Caribbean

Ávoris Corporación Empresarial has announced new developments in the destination network of Iberojet, the commercial brand of the group’s airline. According to the company, there will be up to thirty weekly flights from Spain and Portugal to destinations in Mexico, Central America, the Caribbean, the Indian Ocean and the Pacific. …

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Craic, hygge, sobremesa: What is the equivalent in English to explain why you like a destination?

Josh Martin is a Kiwi journalist based in London. OPINION: Traveling in the age of Covid-19 included many never-before-seen experiences – lunch ordered via QR codes, fellow travelers dressed as if they were decommissioning Chernobyl, PVC screens still everywhere and famous tourist sites completely deserted. What was missing was also …

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The Minister of Tourism calls for the coast of the Costa del Sol to be declared a disaster area

The Minister of Tourism calls for the coast of the Costa del Sol to be declared a disaster area. picture: ayto de mijas Francisco Salado calls on government to declare Costa del Sol coastline a disaster area after recent storms Francisco Salado, president of Costa del Sol Tourism and Planning, …

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The economical way to go on vacation this summer

So while prices have risen in lira, a cup of coffee in the popular south coast destination of Marmaris now costs just 59 pence on average, according to the Post Office’s Holiday Cost Barometer, which compares prices of everyday local items. A three course dinner for two costs on average …

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Costa del Sol: Spain fears a summer without Russians and asks the British to “come back” | Travel News | Travel

Marbella Town Hall’s general director of tourism, Laura de Arce, explained that although “it’s a bit too early to know how all this is going to affect the tourism industry”, the lack of Russian tourism “has has been felt” in Marbella and the Costa del Sol region of southern Spain …

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Risking the dangers of war, some Ukrainian refugees return home – POLITICO

PRZEMYSL, Poland – This Polish town on the Ukrainian border has witnessed a startling phenomenon – thousands of Ukrainian refugees are returning to their homeland, even as Russia continues to wage war there. According to the latest figures from the Polish border police, around 13,000 people returned on Tuesday and …

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Increase in the number of Britons choosing Portugal as their preferred travel destination

Portugal could welcome a large number of British travelers after being considered one of the favorite destinations for British travelers, according to new data provided by the technology platform Vacaay. According to the survey conducted by Vacaay, after Greece and France, Portugal is the third most popular holiday destination for …

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How to Explore Seville on a Budget

In Spain, all good things – from coffee to beer – are often affordable, at least by the standards of other major Western European cities. The same is true for Seville; the colorful and sunny city that was a stronghold of Islamic rule in Spain for over 500 years, before …

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Hotel prices in Spain are skyrocketing – but two popular holiday destinations are getting cheaper

HOTEL prices in Spain have risen ahead of the Easter holiday as Britons book trips to the popular destination – but two hotspots are getting cheaper Hotel prices have risen in response to increased demand for holidays in Spain as Britons avoid traveling to Eastern Europe over Easter due to …

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JOURNEYS WITH CLARK” Barcelona Nou Stadium – Being close to greatness | Lifestyles

Most visitors to Barcelona, ​​Spain are charmed by its distinctive Art Nouveau architecture, Sagrada Familia cathedral, Catalan cuisine, and access to the Mediterranean. But for football fans, there’s only one destination – the Barcelona football stadium known as Camp Nou or New Stadium, a 65-year-old venue that hosts 100,000 fans. …

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Cyprus, Turkey and Thailand: The best vacation spots are feeling the fallout from the war between Ukraine and Russia

Russians aren’t the greatest vacation planners, says Mikhail Ilyin, a priest and tour operator in Pattaya, Thailand. While most Europeans book their holidays a year or two in advance, Russian tourists tend to be more spontaneous. This is of course a generalization, but trends like these fuel domestic and international …

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Holidays in Turkey: Latest test and vaccine rules for Britons in full | Travel News | Travel

Before the coronavirus hit, Turkey attracted an average of 2.29 million British tourists in 2019 alone. Now that many of its Covid entry rules have been scrapped, it looks like holiday-hungry Brits are eager to come back. According to travel fund provider FairFX, spot sales of Turkish liras doubled between …

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Tripadvisor Reveals the Best International Destinations for Spring – See the Top 10

Tripadvisor has unveiled its most popular international destinations for spring. More than a third of Britons (38%) are planning a trip abroad according to the travel guidance site and many say they are looking for “rest and relaxation” from their next holiday. Whether you’re planning to hit the sights in …

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Castellón airport will be connected by Ryanair to Brussels South Charleroi from March 27

The connection with Belgium will have two weekly flights on Thursday and Sunday Castellón airport will be linked to Brussels South Charleroi from 27 March with a new line operated by Ryanair, which will have two weekly frequencies, Thursday and Sunday. This route was not announced by Michael O’Leary during …

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Three farms find ways to party

When we think of agricultural diversification here in Canada, we usually imagine new crops or livestock, maybe value-added, or maybe entry-level agritourism. How often, though, would you think of aiming for the high end of a luxury market? Below, meet three farms that have successfully diversified their revenue streams by …

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Southern Europe grapples with changing tourism

CORFU, Greece — It took just one electricity bill to crush Dimitris Diavatis’s hopes that his Greek resort could return to pre-pandemic health this year, even with bookings pouring in. The amount was more than double what he had paid this time last year when the hotel wasn’t even open. …

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Sky News reporter shot and injured in ambush near Ukrainian capital

British journalist Stuart Ramsay was shot and wounded in a violent ambush near Kiev. Sky News’ chief correspondent was shot in the lower back as gunfire rained down on a car carrying his crew to the Ukrainian capital on Monday (February 28th). Cameraman Richie Mockler, meanwhile, also received two bullets …

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66 countries you can travel to without being vaccinated

As the Omicron wave dissipates, many countries around the world are easing their Covid travel restrictions in order to welcome tourists back. Some still have strict rules for tourism, especially for those who are not currently fully vaccinated. Spain, for example, prohibits the entry of most unvaccinated travelers for tourist …

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The Absolute Best Oysters in the United States

Hog Island Oyster is one of the most famous names in the shellfish game. This is likely due in part to the fact that this Californian institution has its own oyster nursery and farm. According to the oyster bar, Hog Island Oyster operates a 160-acre farm in Tomales Bay, a …

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Paella, la playa and other delights in Valencia, Spain : Travel Weekly

Do people travel to specific destinations in search of a good meal? After all, golfers are known for putting Scotland on their to-do list, skiers flock to the Alps, and wine lovers can endlessly debate the virtues of French versus Italian wines. Can lunch inspire the same level of wanderlust? …

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Cartagena, Colombia 2020

Cartagena or Cartagena de Indias, as it is also called, is the capital of the department of Bolívar, in the South American country of Colombia. With a population of approximately 1,079,000, it is the second largest city in the region and the fifth in the country. The whole of Cartagena …

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Minho River transforms from border to destination with free boat tours

Minho River transforms from border to destination with free boat tours There are two Eurocities located on its banks and the links are on the way to strengthening The Minho River serves as a border separating the north of Portugal from the region of Galicia (Spain). Today the crossing is …

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News in brief for the Costa de Almeria region

NEW USE: The water deposits of Macael will be transformed into a museum Photo credit: Mairie de Macael New role MACAEL continues to introduce projects to turn the city into an inland tourist destination, the latest of which is to convert a series of old water fields into a museum …

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High demand for Mallorca this Easter holiday

While the Balearic government has been preoccupied with the circularity and sustainability of tourism and the legal means of enforcement, tourists themselves have done their best to support the islands. leading industry by doing what mainly interests tourists – booking a vacation. Findings from travel data analysts, search engines and …

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How much does a Covid test cost worldwide? | Coronavirus

In Australia, a federal system set up at the end of January allows retirees and concession card holders to have free access to up to 10 rapid antigenic tests over three months through their pharmacist. But the program got off to a rocky start, with supply issues hampering attempts to …

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Spain urged to celebrate British mid-term boycott after moans of ‘tourist intrusion’ | United Kingdom | News

A holidaymaker shows inside an isolation accommodation in Spain Regulations in the wildly popular vacation destination require travelers over the age of 12 to provide proof of vaccination against COVID-19. This has led many Britons to cancel trips to the Iberian Peninsula and the islands and will cause huge losses …

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