Ryanair will suspend all domestic flights within Italy from tomorrow. International flights will follow on Friday, with all departures suspended until April 8th at the earliest.
The Foreign & Commonwealth Office has begun to advise against “all but essential” travel to a number of regions in northern Italy. The move comes in response to various control and isolation measures imposed by the Italian authorities over the weekend.
Over the past week, the low-cost carrier said it had seen significant drop in bookings over the late March/early April period, in response to the spread of the virus.
The Foreign & Commonwealth Office has begun to urge against all but essential travel to a number of towns in northern Italy. The communities have been isolated by the Italian authorities due to an ongoing outbreak of coronavirus.
The First Roma Aqua, the third Pavilions hotel in Rome, will open in June. The property will be the first hotel to represent the rebranding of the group, initiated early this year.
Reopening as Capri Palace, Jumeirah in April, the beautiful property enjoys an idyllic location in bustling Anacapri, one of the most exclusive and unspoiled parts of the island.
Tucked beside the Slovenian border on the coast of the Adriatic sea is the north eastern Italian city of Trieste, home to the restored 20th century palazzo that is DoubleTree by Hilton Trieste.
Luigi Brugnaro, mayor of Venice, has said flooding in the city will leave a “permanent mark”. With severe flooding in leaving much of the Italian tourism capital under water, the mayor said the disaster was a direct result of climate change.
The Reuben brothers have acquired an historic property in the centre of Rome and entered into contractual arrangements with Corinthia Hotels to develop, lease and operate it. The property is the former seat of the Central Bank of Italy on Parliament Square.
The opening follows a two-year, full-scale renovation, restoring the grandeur of the former Grand Hotel Britannia, which opened in 1895 – the same year as the inaugural Venice Biennale.
Hotel Indigo Milan - Corso Monforte takes inspiration from the surrounding neighbourhood, mixing elements from 1950s Italian vintage fashion with contemporary cues intrinsically weaved into one seamless interior design theme of fashion through the ages.