Officials plan to admit travellers from countries with “a good epidemiological situation,” as well as those who have had two doses of an EU-approved vaccine.
Package holidays to European destinations are being cut by up to a third as tour operators bid to lure cash-strapped customers. Family favourites Cyprus, Spain and Turkey have experienced the biggest cuts, whilst the fall of the euro against sterling has led to budgets in resort now stretching further.
London has come out top in study into European hotel occupancy rates. The quarterly report by Deloitte proved grim reading, with revPAR rates across Europe down 19.2% over the past quarter to €58, with Glasgow and Edinburgh the only two cities to show positive occupancy growth.
With the peak summer travel period now underway new research from First Rate Exchange Services has revealed some interesting variations in the UK’s international travel trends.