ForwardKeys has revealed that a series of announcements by governments of southern European countries has triggered an almost immediate jump in international flight bookings for Greece, Portugal and Spain in July and August.
The Balearic Islands are moving toward the ‘new normal’ of tourism as the coronavirus pandemic recedes. Following in the footsteps of Formentera, the islands of Ibiza, Mallorca and Menorca have reached ‘stage three’ of the Spanish reopening plan.
Known for its diverse ecosystems and landscape of mountains, pine forests and sandy beaches stretching over 60 kilometres, Gran Canaria is often referred to as a ‘miniature continent’.
The Spanish secretary of state for tourism has published 12 guides detailing new technical specifications required for the safe reopening of the tourism industry.
Officials in Spain have confirmed the country will drop a two-week quarantine requirement for arrivals from July 1st. The decision comes as the country seeks to reopen its tourism sector ahead of the summer season.
Spain’s prime minister, Pedro Sánchez, has announced the country will reopen to international tourists from July, pledging to guarantee the safety of visitors and the workforce.
The objective of the initiative is to consolidate tourists’ loyalty to the destination by reminding them of all that Spain has to offer and all that can be enjoyed once the Covid-19 crisis has passed.
With the first chinks of light being seen in the Spanish battle against the coronavirus pandemic, Sophie Perret, senior director with HVS, here examines how two key tourism destinations might begin to recover from its impact
Hyatt Hotels has welcomed the opening of the fully renovated 280-room Hyatt Regency Barcelona Tower. The property is being positioned as a gateway to the city’s new financial district.
After a seven-year redesign and the meticulous restoration of a collection of seven historic buildings, the new Four Seasons Hotel Madrid is confirming its first bookings. Arrivals will begin on May 15th.