The Balearic Islands, Malta, the Portuguese archipelago of Madeira and Barbados are among the places added to the green list for travellers from the UK.
As of Saturday, guests from the UK will be allowed to enter Switzerland without having to quarantine if they can show proof of being fully vaccinated.
Investments continue to pour into the Dubai real estate sector, according to updates from the Dubai Land Department. It comes as the development enters its third decade.
El Seif Group will be responsible for delivering facilities management services to 18 residential buildings, 200 villas and townhouses, and the management office at the Coastal Village.
Travel agents, pilots, tour operators, aviation workers and cabin crew are among the thousands of people who will ‘speak up for travel’ today, as part of a day of action.
Israel has welcomed the first British group of tourists since the Covid-19 outbreak as part of its process of gradually reopening borders to vaccinated international visitors.
Businesses that have borne the brunt of Covid-19 restrictions helped the economic recovery to accelerate in the UK during May, according to the latest Lloyds Bank UK Recovery Tracker.
The Isle of Man is set to re-open its borders on June 28th, welcoming visitors from the UK, Ireland and Channel Islands who have been fully vaccinated against Covid-19.
The campaign reinforces the feeling of belonging and shows the diversity that exists in this region, which offers experiences, landscapes, culture, gastronomy and memories for an unparalleled trip.
Dubai Summer Surprises, the annual celebration of red-hot retail offers, exciting events and fun for the whole family, is set to return for its 24th edition.
In a handover ceremony at the ministry of tourism offices, Yoel Razvozov said he intends to work vigorously to bring the tourism industry back to full operations.
The World Travel & Tourism Council and the United Nations Environment Programme have launched a new report addressing the complex issue of single-use plastic products within tourism.