The government of the Balearic Islands will close all premises located on three streets in the two main nightlife areas of Mallorca in a bid to combat tourism excesses.
Hotel occupancy rates in Abu Dhabi have risen by three per cent year-on-year since July 1st and are expected to rise further with the launch of a number of initiatives within the emirate aimed at boosting the sector.
The website - which receives around 15 million visits a year - has been revamped as part of a wider tourism strategy which also encompasses a new tourism campaign entitled ‘back to Spain’.
Ryanair will cut the number of flights it offers between the UK and Ireland from next month in response to what it brands as “defective” quarantine measures on the Emerald Isle.
Croatia welcomed over 600,000 international visitors in the first ten days of July, around half the figure seen during the same period last year. In numbers likely to create a measure of confidence in the sector, 4.4 million overnight stays were registered from July 1st-10th.
The UK Travel Retail Forum, the Airport Operators Association, the International Air Transport Association and Airlines UK are working together to ensure all necessary steps are taken to prioritise the health, safety and comfort of passengers.
The Tobago Tourism Agency is preparing the island for increased activity and the eventual opening of its borders. Work centres on product development initiatives focused on collaboration, health and safety.
The Pointe at Palm Jumeirah is all set for six weeks of family fun, dining offers and musical entertainment. The showcase includes a stunning, three-night fireworks show – all in celebration of Dubai Summer Surprises 2020.
UK chancellor of the exchequer, Rishi Sunak, has announced temporary cuts in value added tax in an attempt to simulate the hospitality sector. The measures are part of a wider packaged designed to mitigate the impact of Covid-19 on the UK economy.
Following a reassessment of market conditions, the government of Saint Lucia will introduce several new and updated protocols for arrivals from July 9th.
The decision marks the start of phase four of the de-escalation process of the measures announced by the high-level commission for the prevention and control of coronavirus.
British travellers are being encouraged to return to Poland, as direct flights between the two relaunch. UK citizens are currently allowed to travel into, out of and throughout Poland without being asked to undergo a period of quarantine.