After many months living with COVID-19, we emerge from the lockdown ready for a holiday. But where can you go that’s safe but still offers a relaxing and enjoyable break?
While nothing compares to being on the grounds of a vineyard, virtual tastings are a close second. Being able to connect with the owner of a winery, ask questions and get live answers, and learn about what goes into making each bottle so special creates a truly enjoyable experience.
Australians may have seen Auslan (or Sign Language) Interpreters on many forms of media during the coronavirus crisis, now they will see this unique language at some of Australia’s most famous tourist sites.
Our minds have already gone on vacation, but our bodies are still stuck at home. The only thing we can do to motivate ourselves right now is to pick a travel destination that we’d like to visit once COVID-19 is all over. An incentive trip would be like a gift from heaven for office workers who continue to juggle massive amounts of work every day. Busan is the perfect incentive vacation destination to cheer up workers who have become weary from COVID-19.
With the Seychelles preparing to reopen its borders to international travellers, Breaking Travel News here speaks to Vincent Didon, business development director with the Seychelles Ports Authority, about what role the cruise sector is expected to play
Traveling for an office trip can be a lot of fun. You get to experience the luxurious corporate life, relax and look after the productive areas as well. But, one thing that can ruin the overall experience is a workplace injury on your office trip. Injuries are always misfortune and frustrating. And when they occur on an office trip, everything from work to enjoyment is disturbed.
Japan is full of exciting attractions that can be visited year-round, as well as seasonal events that can only be experienced during certain months of the year. Therefore, deciding what is the best time to visit Japan can sometimes be a difficult task and is rather subjective, depending on what exactly the visitor hopes to get out of their trip.
The number of search queries to the UK rocketed after Russian PM announced borders are reopening. Experts of travel search company Aviasales noted a significant rise in requests for flights from Russia to the UK within a minute after federal authorities declared the country is to reopen international routes starting from August 1st 2020.
If you’re looking to explore America on a budget, then traveling using public transport is a great option. Not only is it way better for the environment, but it can save you hundreds of dollars, compared to flying or using expensive taxi services. In this article, we’ll take a look at the different public transport options around America, and how well they would suit you for your vacation. Sound interesting? Then keep on reading!
The outbreak of the COVID pandemic was sudden and it took the world by surprise. The travel and tourism industry, in particular, has taken a massive hit as months of lockdown were imposed to curb the infection. The airlines across the globe canceled all major flights while travelers scrambled to cancel bookings and get refunds. This was a testing time for travel enthusiasts and the domain as a whole.
Short-term rentals are a popular form of accommodation for travelers, as they have the opportunity to stay somewhere wonderful for a short amount of time, without having to worry about the expense of a hotel. However, it’s not always that easy to find the perfect rental, especially in a competitive market. In this article, we’ll talk about some tips to help you find an apartment when you’re traveling the world.
Kasper Moos, head of short routes and passenger for DFDS, tells Breaking Travel News how the ferry sector is coping post-Covid-19 and why the pandemic could spark a boom in no-fly holidays