A recent survey conducted by leading travel platform Trivago shows that 40% of Britons will do anything for a vacation.
Bulgaria officials say they have no intention of canceling ski holidays in the country.
Hoteliers in North African countries are beginning to see the light at the end of the pandemic tunnel. Flights and investments on the rise.
Tunisia’s tourism sector has collapsed, with losses exceeding 60 percent. The reports indicate many hotels at risk of closing permanently.
The United States has dropped a leel 4 “do not travel” advisory for Egypt to a level 3 “reconsider travel” alert.
Israel will go into a new national lockdown for three weeks starting Friday, September 18th, and ending October 11th.
Egypt’s tourism businesses and cultural venues are to operate at up to 50% of their total capacity starting in September.
According to a new Travel + Leisure (T+L) magazine rating, Greece dominates the list of Top 20 Islands in Europe.
Google data shows Greece is now the third most popular destination for Americans in 2021.
Egypt is desperate to reboot the country’s COVID-19 decimated tourism industry. But, will the end result be sustainable?
The International Air Transport Association (IATA) has called on the Government of Tunisia to provide financial relief.
One of the world’s most underrated touristic destinations, Tunisia’s travel industry has been decimated by the coronavirus pandemic.